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1 Booster Pages KS Missing Digits NonCalculator Level /4 Number of practice sheets: MathSphere
2 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page Notes Techniques to be used in this work include working a sum backwards and using rules of multiplication to find missing numbers. Eg if a missing digit must be multiplied by and the answer ends in 1, the missing digit must be ( = 1). Children need to appreciate the need to bring many resources to this type of problem. Although this type of problem does not appear too often on test papers, these questions are certainly worth practising as they focus on many techniques that may be used elsewhere in number work. Some questions are written horizontally eg 4 6 = 51. In finding the missing digits children may prefer to rewrite the sum in vertical form. The first worksheet is printed large so that you may use it on an OHP or interactive whiteboard for demonstration purposes.
3 1. Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page 5 Use all the number cards in the calculation below to make a number MORE than Use all the number cards in the calculation below to make a number MORE than 100.
4 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page Use all the number cards in the calculation below to make a number LESS than 44.. Write the missing digits in the boxes Explain how you found the number in the bold box:
5 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page 5 1. Sam is adding up the number of comics he bought each day. What is the missing number? Check your answers!!! Sunday Monday 1 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday TOTAL 16. Write the missing numbers in the boxes in each calculation. a) b) c) d) 4 1 8
6 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page 6 1. Write the missing numbers in the boxes in each calculation. a) b) c) d) Explain why the missing digit must be
7 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page Why does Mickey Mouse have two Ms in his name? Because if he didn t he d be Ickey Ouse! Ha! Ha! Stop the jokes! 1. Write in the missing digits: a) b) c) d) e) f) 8
8 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page 8 Did you hear about the boy who bought a paper shop? It blew away. Ha! Ha! Okay, that s enough jokes! 1. Write in the missing digits: a) b) c) d) e) f)
9 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page 1. Write in the missing digit: 4 01 How did you calculate the missing digit?. Write in the missing digit: 6 1 Why must the missing digit be less than 5?. Write in the missing digits: 8 80 What happens to a number when you multiply by 10?
10 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page 10 MathSphere Pwww.mathsphere.co.uk 1. Write in the missing digits: Good luck, guys Answer the questions carefully. a) Explain how you worked out which number goes in the empty box. b) 6 18 Explain how you worked out which number goes in the empty box.
11 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page Write in the missing digits in these division questions. None of the sums has a remainder. a) b) c) 1 4 ) ) ) 6 0 d) e) f) 1 ) 1 ) 4 4 ) 6 g) h) i) ) 0 6 ) 4 ) 8 1. Complete these magic squares. In each square the rows, columns and diagonals add up to the same number Nothing like a bit of magic to finish a day s work, we always say! Two digits in this box. Only Maths Rats can do this!
12 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page 1 Answers Page OR 5 +. One of the numbers must begin with a, Eg NB =100 (not more than 100) Page 4 1. Any combination that works Eg Accept a negative answer Eg 1 6, but check child understands what he/she has done = 864 Page 5 1. Tuesday. a) = 655 b) = 805 c) = d) = 6 Page 6 1. a) 88 = 654 b) = 15 c) 41 = 54 d)  85 = = 15 Carry the 1 into the 10s column = = 1 Page 1. a) = 61 b) = 56 c) = 464 d) = 8 e) = 65 f) + 4 = 8 Page 8 1. a) 48 6 = 51 b) 1 46 = 4 c) = 6 d) 48 = 11 e) = 8 f) 40 1 = 18
13 Booster: KS: Missing Digits /4 NonCalculator Page 1 Answers (Contd) Page 1. 4 = 01 Either a) 01 = 4 Or b) is the only digit that gives a number ending in 1 when multiplied by ( = 1). 6 = 1 If it were 4 or more, the answer would be greater than could not be the answer = 80 The number moves one place to the left. Do not accept add a nought this does not work for decimals eg.6 10 =.60 Page = 60 4 =. a) 15 5 = 5 Either a) 5 5 = 15 Or b) 5 5 is the only combination possible in this sum where the answer ends in a 5. b) 6 = 18 Either 18 6 = carry = 1. Or 6 = 18 (ends in 8) and 6 = 1 plus 1 to Page a) 4 b) c) 5 d) 11 e) 84 f) 4 g) 10 h) 84 i) 0 (or no digit necessary)
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