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Name: ________________________ Date: ______________ Year 5 – Term 1a – Assessment 1. Circle the correct answer. 5,679 is… An even number? Greater than 7,000? Between 3,000 and 8,000? True True True False False False 2. 11,040 is… An even number? Greater than 7,000? Between 3,000 and 8,000? True True True False False False 3. Place the following numbers in ascending order. 345 ____ 4. 279 ____ 763 ____ 706.07 ____ 760.7 ____ 67.7 ____ b) 1,234 ≤ ______ ≤ 1,238 c) 5 ≤ _____ ≤ 6 Multiply the following numbers by 10. a) c) d) e) 7. 78.17 ____ Write a number that fits in the spaces provided. a) 365 ≥ _____ ≥ 362 6. 397 ____ Place the following numbers in descending order. 706.7 ____ 5. 379 ____ 73 6.4 10 0.4 _____ _____ _____ _____ Multiply the following numbers by 100. a) 40 b) 32.1 c) 18.09 _____ _____ _____ 8. Divide the following numbers by 100. a) b) c) d) 9. 345 799 308 97.4 349.5 _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Round these numbers to the nearest 10. a) 45 b) 1,246 c) 3,762 11. _____ _____ _____ _____ Round these numbers to the nearest 100. a) b) c) d) e) 10. 3,200 6,700 650 300.9 _____ _____ _____ Use the grid method to work out the following answers. a) 347 x 9 Approx _______________ = __________ b) 67 x 75 Approx ______________ = ___________ 12. Use chunking division to complete the following answer. a) 585 ÷ 9 = ________ Approx ________________ ________________ ________________ 13. Use your preferred method to calculate the following problems. (Clearly show your workings in the spaces provided. Please use a ruler). a) CD’s cost £18 each. You win £756 to spend on CD’s. How many CD’s can you buy with your winnings? b) I have £12.00 to spend. Apples cost 37p each and I buy 8 of them. I spend £2.40 on 12 bananas. How much do bananas cost each? How much do I spend on apples? How much money do I have left? 14. What is… a) ¼ of 948 = ______________ ______________ b) ⅛ of 168 = ______________ ______________ ______________ c) 1/6 of 369 = ______________ ______________ 15. Match the fractions with their decimal friends. ¼ 4 /10 9 /100 1 /5 ½ 0.5 0.09 0.2 0.25 0.4 16. What is 17% of £100? ____________ 17. What is 25% of 80p? ____________ 18. What is 40% of 50? ____________ 19. What is 80% of 40? ____________