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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 3 Week 2 Day 2 Objective: Use written column addition to add amounts of money.
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 3 Week 2 Day 2 Step 1: Write the numbers in columns, one above the other. £10s £1s. 10p 1p Step 2: Add the 1p column. Write the extra 10p in the 10ps column. £10s £1s. 10p 1p Hints: Leave a space before drawing the lines. Write the decimal point in the answer so you don’t forget it later.
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 3 Week 2 Day 2 Step 3: Add the 10ps, including the extra 10p. Write the extra pound in the £1s column. £10s £1s. 10p 1p Step 4: Add the £1s, writing the extra ten pounds in the £10 column. £10s £1s. 10p 1p
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 3 Week 2 Day 2 Step 5: Add the £10s, remembering to add any extra £10s carried across. £10s £1s. 10p 1p Hint: Check that your answer looks reasonable! = £72.34
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 3 Week 2 Day 2 Find the total price of the most expensive MP3 player and headphones, and the cheapest pair of items. MP3 player 1£31.95Headphones A£12.49 MP3 player 2£46.27Headphones B£21.67 MP3 player 3£110.45Headphones C£32.75 MP3 player 4£78.79Headphones D£45.29
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 3 Week 2 Day 2 Which pairs of items could you buy with a budget of: £50 £70 £100? MP3 player 1£31.95Headphones A£12.49 MP3 player 2£46.27Headphones B£21.67 MP3 player 3£110.45Headphones C£32.75 MP3 player 4£78.79Headphones D£45.29
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