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 $$26.9 + 27.9 − 25.9$$ $$(-13) \times (-19)$$ $$60 \div (-8)$$ For every nine and a half tins of red paint, fourteen tins of white paint are required. How many tins of white paint are required for 95 tins of red paint? The answer to a calculation was rounded to 8.34 correct to three significant figures. What is the smallest value the exact answer could have been? The digits 1, 4, 3 and 2, are arranged in random order to make a four-digit number. In how many different ways can this be done? Write the number five hundred thousand, nine hundred and twenty eight in digits. Write the number3.3 × 106as an ordinary number(not in standard form). Write the number9.4 × 10-6as an ordinary number(not in standard form). $$80000 - 17$$ $$7 \times 8 \times 9 \times 10$$ $$65 - 203$$ $$67.6 + \square = 111.8$$ $$3640 − \square = 3591.1$$ $$88 ÷ \square = 16$$ Find $$x$$ if the point $$(x,6)$$ is the midpoint of$$(5, 4)$$ and $$(17, 8)$$ Find the gradient of the line joining the points$$(4, 4)$$ and $$(9, 13)$$ Find the gradient of the line joining the points$$(5, 5)$$ and $$(7, 3)$$ Evaluate $$0.3^0$$ What is $$\sqrt{169}$$? $$80\% \; \text{of} \; 340$$ $$1000-(7^2 + 9 \times 8)$$ $$713 \div 2 = \square \div 9$$ $$80 \div \frac12$$
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Level 1 - Inspired by the number and operations curriculum statements for Year 5

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