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Addition and Subtraction: Standard Algorithm (Difficult)

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Addition - numbers to 100 (page 1 of 4)

Write numbers in the spaces to correctly complete the calculations below. Look out for any re-grouping that might be required.

9 0

+ 7 3

1 6 3

7 4

+ 5 8

1 3 2

9 7

+ 3 6

1 3 3

1 8

+ 7 8

9 6

6 8

+ 9 3

1 6 1

6 8

+ 1 6

8 4

6 2

+ 4 9

1 1 1

3 4

+ 3 8

7 2

2 8

+ 3 5

6 3

4 7

+ 2 6

7 3

8 3

+ 1 9

1 0 2

8 7

+ 6 6

1 5 3

5 7

+ 7 3

1 3 0

2 4

+ 3 9

6 3

8 7

+ 2 8

1 1 5

5 4

+ 7 7

1 3 1

1 9

+ 7 5

9 4

1 7

+ 5 7

7 4

4 2

+ 8 5

1 2 7

7 5

+ 5 9

1 3 4

6 5

+ 1 5

8 0

2 8

+ 5 5

8 3

9 9

+ 4 3

1 4 2

4 9

+ 8 9

1 3 8

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Addition - numbers to 1000 (page 2 of 4)

Write numbers in the spaces to correctly complete the calculations below. Look out for any re-grouping that might be required.

4 9 0

+ 4 7 3

9 6 3

2 7 4

+ 5 3 7

8 1 1

4 9 0

+ 3 4 1

8 3 1

1 8 1

+ 7 8 8

9 6 9

2 6 8

+ 6 9 3

9 6 1

6 8 4

+ 1 9 6

8 8 0

1 6 0

+ 5 5 0

7 1 0

3 1 2

+ 3 3 8

6 5 0

2 7 8

+ 1 0 5

3 8 3

2 4 7

+ 5 2 6

7 7 3

1 8 3

+ 3 1 9

5 0 2

1 8 7

+ 6 4 0

8 2 7

5 5 7

+ 4 7 3

9 6 0

2 7 4

+ 3 6 7

6 4 1

2 8 7

+ 3 2 8

6 1 5

5 0 1

+ 3 0 0

8 0 1

6 0 9

+ 3 7 5

9 8 4

1 7 3

+ 3 5 7

5 3 0

5 4 2

+ 3 8 5

9 2 7

7 4 5

+ 1 9 2

9 3 7

4 4 4

+ 1 9 4

6 3 8

2 8 2

+ 5 5 1

8 3 3

3 9 4

+ 2 3 3

6 2 7

5 4 9

+ 2 8 9

8 3 8

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Subtraction - numbers to 100 (page 3 of 4)

Write numbers in the spaces to correctly complete the calculations below. Look out for any re-grouping that might be required.

9 2

- 4 4

4 8

5 4

- 2 6

2 8

7 9

- 3 4

3 5

6 5

- 2 8

3 7

8 5

- 6 6

1 9

6 2

- 2 8

3 4

3 6

- 1 7

1 9

8 2

- 4 6

3 6

8 2

- 2 4

5 8

6 0

- 3 6

2 4

5 0

- 3 1

1 9

9 0

- 3 5

5 5

7 4

- 4 5

2 9

7 6

- 3 6

4 0

8 6

- 2 9

5 7

7 5

- 2 6

4 9

9 5

- 1 6

7 9

8 5

- 4 7

3 8

7 1

- 1 2

5 9

7 4

- 3 8

3 6

4 4

- 2 9

1 5

8 0

- 5 3

2 7

9 0

- 5 1

3 9

8 1

- 2 7

5 4

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Subtraction - numbers to 1000 (page 4 of 4)

Write numbers in the spaces to correctly complete the calculations below. Look out for any re-grouping that might be required.

9 0 8

- 4 4 0

4 6 8

5 0 4

- 4 5 2

5 2

7 2 9

- 3 9 4

3 3 5

4 6 5

- 2 2 8

2 3 7

3 0 5

- 2 6 4

4 1

6 2 2

- 2 2 8

3 9 4

9 3 6

- 2 6 4

6 7 2

6 5 2

- 4 6 2

1 9 0

9 8 2

- 2 8 4

6 9 8

6 0 6

- 5 1 6

9 0

4 5 1

- 3 1 3

1 3 8

4 0 0

- 3 4 5

5 5

7 8 4

- 5 4 5

2 3 9

7 0 6

- 3 6 6

3 4 0

6 8 6

- 5 2 9

1 5 7

7 3 5

- 1 6 6

5 6 9

5 4 5

- 1 3 1

4 1 4

8 5 0

- 4 7 0

3 8 0

3 5 1

- 1 2 3

2 2 8

7 6 4

- 1 6 2

6 0 2

7 4 0

- 5 8 0

1 6 0

8 0 6

- 5 3 3

2 7 3

7 3 0

- 1 8 1

5 4 9

3 1 3

- 1 7 4

1 3 9

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Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.

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