How To Do KS2 Maths SATs
Type Questions
(Paper A – Calculator Not
Allowed)
Division 1: Finding a
Missing Number Using
Divi...
In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number
in a sum by using division.
In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number
in a sum by using division.
For example: write the missing numb...
In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number
in a sum by using division.
For example: write the missing numb...
In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number
in a sum by using division.
For example: write the missing numb...
In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number
in a sum by using division.
For example: write the missing numb...
In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number
in a sum by using division.
For example: write the missing numb...
In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number
in a sum by using division.
For example: write the missing numb...
In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number
in a sum by using division.
For example: write the missing numb...
A similar example is: write in the missing number.

4x

= 200

(2007 Paper A)

Again, to find the answer, you need to divi...
A similar example is: write in the missing number.

4x

= 240

Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on...
A similar example is: write in the missing number.

4x

= 240

Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on...
A similar example is: write in the missing number.

4x

= 240

Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on...
A similar example is: write in the missing number.

4x

= 240

Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on...
A similar example is: write in the missing number.

4x

= 240

Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on...
A similar example is: write in the missing number.

4x

= 240

Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on...
A similar example is: write in the missing number.

4x

= 240

Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on...
A similar example is: write in the missing number.

4x

= 240

Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6x

= 42...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in
these equations. Click to see if you are correct:

a)

6 x 70 =...
That’s it for now......
For more help with your maths, try
my book:
mastering multiplication tables
on amazon.com

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How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Paper A Division Questions (Part 1)

  1. 1. How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Type Questions (Paper A – Calculator Not Allowed) Division 1: Finding a Missing Number Using Division For more maths help & free games related to this, visit: www.makemymathsbetter.com
  2. 2. In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number in a sum by using division.
  3. 3. In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number in a sum by using division. For example: write the missing number to make this calculation correct. 12 x = 1452
  4. 4. In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number in a sum by using division. For example: write the missing number to make this calculation correct. 12 x = 1452 To find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation
  5. 5. In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number in a sum by using division. For example: write the missing number to make this calculation correct. 12 x = 1452 To find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (1452)
  6. 6. In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number in a sum by using division. For example: write the missing number to make this calculation correct. 12 x = 1452 To find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (1452) by the number on the left hand side
  7. 7. In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number in a sum by using division. For example: write the missing number to make this calculation correct. 12 x = 1452 To find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (1452) by the number on the left hand side (12).
  8. 8. In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number in a sum by using division. For example: write the missing number to make this calculation correct. 12 x = 1452 To find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (1452) by the number on the left hand side (12). 1452 divided by 12 = 121
  9. 9. In a SAT paper you might be asked to find a missing number in a sum by using division. For example: write the missing number to make this calculation correct. 12 x = 1452 To find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (1452) by the number on the left hand side (12). 1452 divided by 12 = 121 Therefore: 12 x 121 = 1452
  10. 10. A similar example is: write in the missing number. 4x = 200 (2007 Paper A) Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (200) by the number on the left hand side (4). 200 divided by 4 = 50 Therefore: 4x 50 = 200
  11. 11. A similar example is: write in the missing number. 4x = 240 Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (200) by the number on the left hand side (4). 200 divided by 4 = 50 Therefore: 4x 50 = 200
  12. 12. A similar example is: write in the missing number. 4x = 240 Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (200) by the number on the left hand side (4). 200 divided by 4 = 50 Therefore: 4x 50 = 200
  13. 13. A similar example is: write in the missing number. 4x = 240 Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (240) by the number on the left hand side (4). 200 divided by 4 = 50 Therefore: 4x 50 = 200
  14. 14. A similar example is: write in the missing number. 4x = 240 Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (240) by the number on the left hand side (4). 200 divided by 4 = 50 Therefore: 4x 50 = 200
  15. 15. A similar example is: write in the missing number. 4x = 240 Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (240) by the number on the left hand side (4). 200 divided by 4 = 50 Therefore: 4x 50 = 200
  16. 16. A similar example is: write in the missing number. 4x = 240 Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (240) by the number on the left hand side (4). 240 divided by 4 = 50 Therefore: 4x 50 = 200
  17. 17. A similar example is: write in the missing number. 4x = 240 Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (240) by the number on the left hand side (4). 240 divided by 4 = 60 Therefore: 4x 50 = 200
  18. 18. A similar example is: write in the missing number. 4x = 240 Again, to find the answer, you need to divide the number on the right hand side of the equation (240) by the number on the left hand side (4). 240 divided by 4 = 60 Therefore: 4x 60 = 240
  19. 19. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct:
  20. 20. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6x = 420
  21. 21. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70
  22. 22. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) x 7 = 630
  23. 23. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) 90 x 7 = 630 70
  24. 24. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) 90 x 7 = 630 70 c) 9x = 720
  25. 25. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) 90 x 7 = 630 70 c) 9 x 80 = 720 70
  26. 26. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) 90 x 7 = 630 70 c) 9 x 80 = 720 70 d) x 12 = 1452
  27. 27. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) 90 x 7 = 630 70 c) 9 x 80 = 720 70 d) 1217 x 12 = 1452 0
  28. 28. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) 90 x 7 = 630 70 c) 9 x 80 = 720 70 d) 1217 x 12 = 1452 0 e) x 17 = 7752
  29. 29. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) 90 x 7 = 630 70 c) 9 x 80 = 720 70 d) 1217 x 12 = 1452 0 e) 4567 x 17 = 7752 0
  30. 30. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) 90 x 7 = 630 70 c) 9 x 80 = 720 70 d) 1217 x 12 = 1452 0 e) 4567 x 17 = 7752 0 f) 26 x = 19578
  31. 31. Now try some by yourself. Calculate the missing numbers in these equations. Click to see if you are correct: a) 6 x 70 = 420 70 b) 90 x 7 = 630 70 c) 9 x 80 = 720 70 d) 1217 x 12 = 1452 0 e) 4567 x 17 = 7752 0 f) 26 x 7537 = 19578 0
  32. 32. That’s it for now...... For more help with your maths, try my book: mastering multiplication tables on amazon.com 5

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