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Develop and use written methods to record, support and explain multiplication and
division of two-

What numbers did you multiply to find this part of your answer?

Which parts of your answer will change if I change this digit?

Roughly, what do you expect the answer to be for this calculation?

What tips would you give to someone to help them to multiply one two-

I can solve multiplication calculations using written methods and can explain each step. (L4)

Find a number between 350 and 360 that gives a remainder of 5 when divided by 8.

Work out 261 ÷ 3.

Explain each step.

These division calculations have errors.

What are the errors?

Explain how to put them right.

25 × 18 is more than 24 × 18.

How much more?

A 1

B 18

C 24

D 25

I can use a written method to divide a three-

Year 2006

PAPER A Q4-L3, Q9-L4, Q22-L5 PAPER B Q8-L4

Year 2007

PAPER A Q20-L5 PAPER B Q19-L5, Q24-L5

PAPER A Q4-

Year 2007

PAPER A Q20-

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» Use efficient written methods of addition and subtraction and of short multiplication and division (L4)

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» Use efficient written methods of addition and subtraction and of short multiplication and division (L4)

» Multiply a simple decimal by a single digit (L4)