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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 1 Week 10 Day 3 Objective: Divide by 2, 4, 5 and 10 and give the answer as a decimal.

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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 1 Week 10 Day 3 £61 £15.25 Half again £15.25 Half of £61.00 £30.50 We often need to give answers as decimals when using money…

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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 1 Week 10 Day 3 £61 So x 5 = £61 £12 x 5 = £60 start with what you know £1 what is left? 20p x 5 = £1 don’t forget we’re using money £61 ÷ 5 = £12.20 £61 ÷ 5 = ? Remember that division is multiplication with holes…

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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 1 Week 10 Day 3 £34 ÷ 5 Start by dividing £30 by 5 (£6 each). Then divide the remaining £4 into 5. £4 is 400 pence so that is 80 pence each. OR divide by 10 to get £3.40 and double to get £6.80.

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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 1 Week 10 Day 3 £41 ÷ 4 £44 ÷ 4 £44 ÷ 5 £41 ÷ 5

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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 1 Week 10 Day 3 54 ÷ 4 remainder 2, with a divisor of 4 54 ÷ 4 = 13 r2 = 13.5 2/4 is a half, or 0.5

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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 1 Week 10 Day 3 56 ÷ 5 remainder 1, with a divisor of 5 56 ÷ 5 = 11 r1 = 11.2 1/5 is equivalent to 2/10, or 0.2

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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 1 Week 10 Day 3 Solve the problems on one of these two boards. Give your answers as decimals. 25 ÷ 4 £31 ÷ 2 49 ÷ 5 35 ÷ 10 £29 ÷ 4 £75 ÷ 4 91 ÷ 2 £89 ÷ 5 106 ÷ 10 92 ÷ 5

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