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22 + 27

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345 + 2100

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744 − 344

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14 × 7

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91 ÷ 7

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105000 ÷ 700

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7 + 7 × 5 − 4

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(7 + 7) × 5 − 4

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Find the value of 63

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3.2 + 7.1

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40.1 − 2.59

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3.2 × 4.6

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25% of 104

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\( \frac18\) of 2000

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\( \frac{1}{100}\) of 7181

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Find the missing number
192 ÷ 6 = ☐ ÷ 3

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Find the missing number
8828 = ☐ − 8865

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Find the missing number
☐% of 50 is 40

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Use the fact that
409 × 68 = 27812
to work out
40.9 × 6.8

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Use the fact that
1595 ÷ 55 = 29
to work out
159.5 ÷ 5.5

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Two numbers have a difference of 2.73. The smaller number is 1.96. What is the bigger number?

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In the number 0.946 which digit represents tenths?

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What is the difference between the 17th and the 18th square numbers?

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Round the number 94.8027 correct to one decimal place.

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Level 1 - Inspired by the number and operations curriculum statements for Year 5

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