Consolidating the relationship between multiplication and division. Knowing one fact means that you actually know four!
Move each digit one place to the right to divide by 10, two places to divide by 100; including the units moving across the decimal point into the tenths.
More doubling and halving of decimal fractions and multiplying a decimal fraction by a single digit.
Square roots and cube roots. Only a very few numbers have a cube root which is an exact whole number. One way to find the cube root of a number is by trial and improvement.
Revision of the main concepts involved with the mental division of numbers. A reminder that a fraction is like a division sum.
Quick question sheets to check how well division facts are known and concepts are understood.
Complete these division sums by writing the remainder as a fraction.
Long division with money. All the answers to these questions have a zero in the pounds column.
More short division practice. When dividing money don’t forget to work to two decimal places.
Write the fractions as decimals. Where necessary go to two decimal places.
When rounding to the nearest tenth you need to look at the hundredth digit. Also, word problems which need sensible decisions whether you should round answers up or down to the nearest whole one, or round to two decimal places.
We are now moving towards efficient, or standard written methods of division.
Using efficient written methods to divide a 3-digit number by a 2-digit number.
Fraction word problems. Watch out for the division sums. Don't forget fractions are really division sums in disguise!
Finding fractions of numbers. Some of these only require one step to reach the answer. Others require two steps.
Tips and hints on how to use a calculator to ensure correct answers.