Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 8 #24

The Problem: Fill in the missing digits in the multiplication.

 

1   _   4

X             8

_________

_   9    _

 

How I solved it: First I did 8 times 4 and that equals 32 so put down the 2 and carried the 3 to the next column. Then I did 8 times 2 plus 3 and that equals 19 so I put down the 9 and carried the 1. 8 times 1 plus 1 equals 9 so put down the 9. The answer is 124 times 8 equals 992!

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 6 #24

Question: Fill in the missing digits in the multiplication.

2 _ 6
X 3
_______
_ 3 _

How I solved it: First I did six times three which was 18 so I put the eight down and carried the one to the next column. In the net column the sum was something times three plus one is three, So I went through my three times tables in till I got to four times three which is 12 and then I also had the one to add so it was 13 so I put the 3 down and carried the one to the last column. Which was two times three plus one which is 7. So the answer was 738.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 5 #24

Question: Fill in the missing digits, using the digits one to nine.
1 _ 9
X 6
______________
_ 5 _

How I solved it: First I said what nine times six is which is 54 so I put down the four and carried the five over to the next column which was something times six so I did a couple of guess and checks until I got to five times six which was 30 but I still had the five to add on so that added up to be 35 so I put down the five and carried the three over to the next column. In the next column the question was one times six plus the three I had carried over which added to be 9. So the answer was 954

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 8 #22

Question: Fill in the missing digits in the addition problem.

How I solved it: 17 and 36 were 2 of the numbers but I had to work out one more the answer to the sum was also given and it was 95 so first I worked out what 7 plus 6 was and it was 13 and if you add 2 to that you would get 15 and the answer to the sum ended in a 5 so I put the 2 down and carried the 1 to the last column. here it had to equil 9 so first I added the numbers that were given to me which was 3 and 1 which was 4 so I just counted on from 4 and I got 5. So that was my answer!

 

 

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 7 #22

Question: Fill in the missing digits in the subtraction.

How I solved it: First I said to myself what 9 takeaway something was 3 which was 6 so I put that down in the box. I then went onto the next column. Here I had to find out what something takeaway 5 equals 2 and I worked it out to be seven. That is how I solved it.