Writing Cheques

A Maths Starter of The Day

cheque

23 May 2019

Benjamin Smith

179.00

 

cheque

23 May 2019

Logan Johnson

1183.00

 

cheque

23 May 2019

Zachary Williams

12151.00

 

cheque

23 May 2019

Jose Jones

9159082.00

 

To complete these cheques, the amount needs to be written in words. Can you write the four amounts shown on the cheques in words then add the four amounts together.

E.g. £153.00 = One hundred and fifty three pounds only.


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£179.00 = One hundred and seventy nine pounds only

£1183.00 = One thousand, one hundred and eighty three pounds only

£12151.00 = Twelve thousand, one hundred and fifty one pounds only

£9159082.00 = Nine million, one hundred and fifty nine thousand and eighty two pounds only

Total = £9172595

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