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| so when you want to find the closest number to something you find the difference between the number and the other number that you are given you could times divide add etc but you have to use the method in the right way so your trying to find 500 (More) |

| Today in maths we learnt that the inverse of addition is subtraction. Inverse means opposite.
So if 19 + 7 = 26 the inverse could be 26 - 19 = 7 (More) |

| [caption id="attachment_955" align="alignleft" width="300"] Mrs Rigby's default[/caption]
In this test Mrs Rigby made a silly mistake in a question, so now we are going to tell you how to solve it correctly.
The first step is to read the questi (More) |

| A=5 B=3 C=1
say you had 3a+b=18
first you times 3 x 5= 15
and you know b=3 so you have to add 15+3=18
x=9 what is y
x+y=13
what is y? 4
so x=9 so u subtract 9 from 13
13-9=4 (More) |

| In maths➕➖✖️➗ in year 6,we have had a paper🗒 to mark that has been done wrong by Mrs Rigby(who is our teacher👩🏫).We have had a chance to mark her work and this is one of the questions that she has done extremely (More) |

| On question 2 it says:"Circle the number closest to 500"
The numbers are 525 491 511 408 550. Miss Rigby wrote 511 but the closest one is 491, 511 is 11 off but 491 is only 9 off so 491 is the least away from 500.
On question 3 the question say (More) |

| Say your question was:
Liam hires a bike. He has to return it by 3 pm. The time is 2:25 pm How many minutes has he got left?
Explanation on how to do it
See how many minutes to the nearest 10. Then see how long it is till 3. (More) |

| Here is a super hard question answered!
Question
Can you find a 6-digit number that is the same number rounded to the nearest 100,000 and 10,000?
Answer
This answer is so annoying :( !
It is obvious!
Are you ready?
It is......... (More) |

| Here is a super hard question answered!
Question
Can you find a 6-digit number that is the same number rounded to the nearest 100,000 and 10,000?
Answer
This answer is so annoying :( !
It is obvious!
Are you ready?
It is......... (More) |

| This is a guide on how to do a multiple step question from the SATs (Standard Assessment Tests.)
Question 1
Plain Candles 35p each
Star Candles 60p each
Stripe Candles 85p each
Sapna buys 4 Star Candles and 2 Stripe Candles.
How ma (More) |