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How To Do KS2 Maths SATs A Subtraction Questions (Part 2)

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A guide to doing KS2 Maths SATs Paper A questions that involve subtracting two whole numbers. Followed by some examples for you to try by yuorself

A guide to doing KS2 Maths SATs Paper A questions that involve subtracting two whole numbers. Followed by some examples for you to try by yuorself

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  • 1. How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Type Questions (Paper A – Calculator Not Allowed) Subtraction 2: Subtracting Whole Numbers For more maths help & free games related to this, visit: www.makemymathsbetter.com
  • 2. In a SATs paper you might be asked to subtract two whole numbers. For example: Calculate 462 - 338
  • 3. In a SATs paper you might be asked to subtract two whole numbers. For example: Calculate 462 - 338 Firstly, set the sum out with one number above the other:
  • 4. In a SATs paper you might be asked to subtract two whole numbers. For example: Calculate 462 - 338 Firstly, set the sum out with one number above the other: H 4 - 3 T 6 3 U 2 8
  • 5. In a SATs paper you might be asked to subtract two whole numbers. For example: Calculate 462 - 338 Then subtract the numbers using a standard method: H 4 - 3 T 6 3 U 2 8
  • 6. In a SATs paper you might be asked to subtract two whole numbers. For example: Calculate 462 - 338 Then subtract the numbers using a standard method: H T 4 5 6 - 3 3 U 2 8
  • 7. In a SATs paper you might be asked to subtract two whole numbers. For example: Calculate 462 - 338 Then subtract the numbers using a standard method: H U T 4 5 6 12 - 3 3 8
  • 8. In a SATs paper you might be asked to subtract two whole numbers. For example: Calculate 462 - 338 Then subtract the numbers using a standard method: H U T 4 5 6 12 - 3 3 8 4
  • 9. In a SATs paper you might be asked to subtract two whole numbers. For example: Calculate 462 - 338 Then subtract the numbers using a standard method: H U T 4 5 6 12 - 3 3 8 2 4
  • 10. In a SATs paper you might be asked to subtract two whole numbers. For example: Calculate 462 - 338 Then subtract the numbers using a standard method: H U T 4 5 6 12 - 3 3 8 1 2 4
  • 11. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 12. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 13. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 14. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 15. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 16. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 17. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 18. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 19. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 20. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 21. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 22. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 23. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 24. Now try some by yourself. Click to see if you are correct: a) 348 - 295 = 53 b) 388 - 94 = 294 c) 556 - 268 = 288 d) 302 - 171 = 131 e) 444 - 153 = 291 f) 825 - 167 = 658 g) 645 - 119 = 526 h) 563 - 69 = 494 i) 421 - 296 = 125 j) 959 - 673 = 286 k) 566 - 274 = 292 l) 898 - 639 = 259
  • 25. That’s it for now...... For more help with your maths, try my book: mastering multiplication tables on amazon.com

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