THIS UNIT COVERS:

A. Understand place value (E3) 1
B. Understand place value (E3) 2
C. Understand place value (E3) 3
D. Rounding numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 (E3) 1
E. Rounding numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 (E3) 2
F. Changing pence into pounds (E3)
G. Rounding Numbers – How Far?
H. Understand place value (to seven digits)
I. Recognise negative and positive numbers (L1)

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Ordering decimals

In this unit we will put decimal amounts in order of size and compare decimal amounts to percentages and fractions

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Simple multiplication and division

These slides will give you some help to multiply and divide by 0, 1, 2, 5 & 10.

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Introduction to fractions

Get started understanding fractions here. These slides will help you to read and write and compare fractions. Through this unit we will look at how you can compare the relative size of different fractions as well as learning some of the terms used when talking about them.

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Multiply decimals and whole numbers

These slides will help you to multiply whole numbers with decimals without a calculator, by following a few simple steps

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Approximations and rounding

This module shows you how do rounding to a whole number or to one or two decimal places, followed an exercises to work through.

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Interest

Interest is a topic that often confuses people. In this video we look at how to work out both simple and compound forms of interest.

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Probability

This is a short video to explain the basic concepts of probabilities and using a probability scale to compare the odds of different events.

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Equivalent fractions

This module shows you how to work out equivalent fractions followed by a number of exercises to practice. Equivalent fractions are two fractions that are equal to the same amount.

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Estimate through rounding

This module shows you how to work out equivalent fractions followed by a number of exercises to practice.

Rounding can be used as a quick way of getting a rough idea or estimate of a number. It may be a little less or a little more.

There may be times when you need to provide a number that does not need to be exact. Rounding makes it easier and faster, and its near enough is still useful.

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Fractions

What is a fraction? When an object is divided into a number of equal parts, each part is called a fraction. Let’s take a look…

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