1.
How To Do KS2 Maths SATs
Type Questions
(Paper B – Calculator Allowed)
Money: Solving Problems
that combine pence and
fractions of a £
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2.
In a KS2 Maths SAT Paper B you might be asked to find the answer to
a word problem that mixes pence with a fraction of a £
It is important that you either turn all of the values into £s or all of the
values into pence before trying to find out the answer with a calculator.
3.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
4.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
5.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
6.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
7.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
8.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
9.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
10.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
11.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
12.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
a)
How many table tennis balls can you buy for exactly £3?
To find out the answer, you must firstly change the £3 into 300p
You then divide the amount you have to spend (300p) by the cost of
the table tennis ball (60p)
300 ÷ 60 = 5
You can buy exactly 5 table tennis balls
13.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
14.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
15.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
16.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
17.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
18.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
19.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
20.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
21.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
22.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
23.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
24.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
25.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
26.
For example: These are some prices in a sport shop.
Table Tennis Ball
Tennis Ball
Golf Ball
60p
95p
£1.75
b)
Amy buys a golf ball and 3 tennis balls.
How much does she pay altogether?
To find out the answer, firstly change the £1.75 into 175p
Then multiply the cost of one tennis ball (95p) by 3
95 x 3 = 285
Now, add the cost of the golf ball (175p) to the cost of the 3 tennis
balls (285p)
175 + 285 = 460p
The final cost is 460p or £4.60
27.
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