**New Topic:**Basic Skills: Whole Numbers & Decimals

Filed under: 1st Year | Tagged: arithmetic, decimals, whole numbers | 2 Comments »

Posted on Wednesday 18 August, 2010 by Mr H

**New Topic:**Basic Skills: Whole Numbers & Decimals

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Filed under: 1st Year | Tagged: arithmetic, decimals, whole numbers | 2 Comments »

Posted on Tuesday 15 September, 2009 by Mr H

**Task 1: **

Shaded Percentage Quiz

Start at Level A and show your teacher your score at the end of the level

**Task 2a:**

Match Decimals to Percentages

Click Start then choose “Decimals and percentages”

**Task 2b:**

Decimals & Percentages Quiz

Start at Level A and show your teacher your score at the end of the level

**Task 3a:**

Match Fractions to Percentages

**Task 3b:**

Fractions & Percentages Quiz

Start at Level A and show your teacher your score at the end of the level

Filed under: 2nd Year | Tagged: decimals, fractions, percentages | 2 Comments »

Posted on Monday 7 September, 2009 by Mr H

**New Topic:** Decimals, TJ Level F Ch13

During this topic you will further develop your ability to work with decimal numbers to be able to:

- recall number facts quickly and use them accurately in calculations (inc times tables to at least 12×12 and common squares and cubes)
- apply the four operations to whole number calculations using a variety of mental and written methods
- round any number to a given number of decimal places
- round any number to a given number of significant figures
- use rounding skills to estimate and check calculations
- use order of operations (BODMAS) in calculations
- solve problems in familiar and unfamiliar contexts

Filed under: 1st Year | Tagged: arithmetic, decimals, rounding, significant figures | 23 Comments »

Posted on Wednesday 29 October, 2008 by Mr H

During this topic you will further develop your ability to work with decimal numbers.

This will include:

Adding and subtracting decimals

• mentally for 2 digit numbers with 1 decimal place

• without a calculator for 4 digits up to 2 decimal places

• with a calculator for any pair of numbers but at most 3 decimal places in the answer

Multiplying and dividing decimals

• without a calculator for 4 digits up to 2 decimal places

• with a calculator for any pair of numbers but at most 3 decimal places in the answer

• any decimal number by 10, 100 & 1000

Rounding to at least one decimal place

Using decimals in applications of number, measurement and money

Explore the contexts in which problems involving decimal fractions occur and solve related problems using a variety of methods

Filed under: 1st Year | Tagged: decimals | 5 Comments »