Dividing a number by ten moves it once place to the right. Divide by 100 moves it two places to the right.
Some interesting concepts introduced here, including dividing by zero, dividing by one and whether 12 divided by 4 the same as 4 divided by 12? (if it was multiply instead of divide it would be true.)
All sorts of division questions to be answered as accurately and quickly as possible. Success will show a good understanding of division.
Answer these as quickly as possible. You will need to use lots of different strategies.
How to write a remainder as a fraction, which will give a more complete answer (if you’re sharing out bars of chocolate).
A look at interpreting calculator displays when working with money. Also how division can create some interesting decimals and a brief look at rounding answers.
Explanations of different written methods of how to multiply larger numbers, leading towards a more standard written method.
Understanding equivalent fractions is the key to working successfully with fractions. Don’t forget fractions can also be seen as a way of writing a division calculation.
More on equivalent fractions, with examples showing that 4 fifths is equivalent to 8 tenths etc.
Most primary school calculators cannot show fractions in the way they are usually written, but it is easy to change a fraction into a decimal fraction, as shown on these pages.
This set of worksheets is all about converting decimal fractions into fractions. Easy, if you understand tenths and hundredths.
Making fractions add up to one whole one, including some tricky ones where the bottom numbers of the fractions are different!
Converting fractions to decimals, including dividing by ten with remainders written as fractions and then as a decimal.