## Expanding numbers - whole numbers to powers of 10

200000
34030 100.91 902317.03 |
10000
789000 56910 280000.002 |
87000
200010 819.8 4000080.1 |

## Rounding numbers - whole and decimal

Round to nearest whole number
23.46 87.2 41.62 100.914 63.26 44.71 12.0103 9.8231 32.4095 |
Round to nearest 10th
53.46 17.29 31.226 10.51 163.168 94.61 2.1288 13.0103 9.8231 |
Round to nearest 100th
26.463 82.205 49.621 10.919 63.261 414.716 31.226 10.51 163.168 |
Round to nearest 1000th
135.7764 0.0155 2.1288 13.0103 9.8231 32.4095 17.29082 31.2268 10.5155 |

## Algorithms inc. adding/subtracting decimal numbers

Go HERE for a recap

232 × 74 =
849 × 9135 = 1967 × 34 = 812 × 83 = 1943 × 598 = 207 × 306 = 4332 × 365 = 332 × 35 = |
789 + 122 =
8432 + 239 = 2712 + 7892 = 742 + 591 = 123.32 + 90.25 = 123.72 + 100.26 = 1.02 + 23.28 = 99.74 + 12.27 = |
305 − 27 =
1943 − 698 = 812 − 83 = 82 − 67 = 16.6 − 12.1 = 196.7 − 3.4 = 91.35 − 84.9 = 23.2 − 7.4 = |
780 ÷ 12 =
512 ÷ 16 = 304 ÷ 8 = 268 ÷ 4 = 1806 ÷ 21 = |

## Adding and Subtracting Fractions with uncommon denominators

Games to practice HERE

## Equivalent Fractions

## Word Problems - whole number and fractions

**Recap HERE**

Word Problems using whole numbers

Word Problems using whole numbers

1) Ellen had 12,080 pieces of Lego, but she lost 417 pieces. How much Lego does she have now?

2) In the summertime, you can earn $4 a day by cutting the grass. It takes you 5 hours to mow the grass. How many days will it take you to earn $184?

3) Perth Zoo is lucky enough to have a new baby turtle. The mother turtle at the zoo weighs 145 kg. It is five times heavier than the baby turtle. How much does the baby turtle weigh?

4) Suppose you want to buy three loaves of bread that cost $1.50 each and a jar of peanut butter that costs $4. A jar of jam is $2.75, but you don’t need any jam. You have $10. How much money will you have left over?

5) The average temperature in Landsdale in July is 20 degrees. Last Wednesday, it was 31 degrees. Today it was 7 degrees cooler than last Wednesday. What was the temperature today?

6) Mrs. Hilt collected 1,003 twenty cent pieces in a jar. She went to the bank to cash them in. How much money did the bank give Mrs. Hilt?

**Fraction Word Problems**

1) You give 1/3 of a pan of brownies to Susan and 1/6 of the pan of brownies to Patrick. How much of the pan of brownies did you give away?

2) You go out for a long walk. You walk 3/4 km and then sit down to take a rest. Then you walk 3/8 of a km. How far did you walk altogether?

3) Landsdale Primary school wants to make a new playground by cleaning up an abandoned field that is shaped like a rectangle. They give the job of planning the playground to a group of students. The students decide to use 1/4 of the playground for a basketball court and 3/8 of the playground for a soccer field. How much is left for the swings and play equipment?

4) Marty made two types of cookies. He used 2/3 cup of sugar for one recipe and 1/4 cup of sugar for the other. How much sugar did he use in all?