Posted by Peter on 7th April 2008

# Booster maths worksheet 11

Those lovely people who write the SATs really like little mathematical puzzles. One such puzzle is to fill in missing numbers in a square or block. There will always be a logical way to find the answers, usually by completing what is possible will lead to the creation of the next possible step until the whole square can be completed.

They also like questions with multiple steps and many possible answers: question 2 is one such. The approach here is to add the two given numbers (300 + 600 = 900) and then subtract the 900 from the total of 1200. The two numbers have to add up to 300 and could be any combination. Taken step by step this is not difficult but as I have stated before, many children find it very difficult indeed to work through to an answer if it requires more than one step.

Booster maths worksheet 11

## 7 Responses

1. Jasmine says:

Hello! I did the worksheet and it was really hard at first but when you look at the problems a couple of times though, they become easier…

2. Chloe says:

Hello! This looks really fun and exciting! I have SATS tomorrow 😐 uh oh
Chloe x

3. jame says:

this is really cool and people think it really sad

4. naznnen says:

this is areally goodwebsite and it helps me alo

5. hannah says:

hiya this is easyyyyyy peasyyyyyyyy mangooo tweesyyyy
some people says it is hard but its not

6. dean says:

i’m in year 6 they are so easy
by the way i’m asian

here is a real maths problem

2 ( y-1) / 13×9 + (21x ( 36/12)) = 90

what is y

7. Sakl says:

is to hard