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- 1. How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Type Questions (Paper B – Calculator Allowed) Fractions 3: Finding the quantity of an amount For more maths help & free games related to this, visit: www.makemymathsbetter.com
- 2. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17.
- 3. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17.
- 4. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17.
- 5. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17.
- 6. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17. 323 ÷ 17 = 19
- 7. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17. So, 1/17 of 323 = 19
- 8. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17. So, 1/17 of 323 = 19 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 6) to find the final answer 6 x 19 = 114 So 6/17 of 323 = 114
- 9. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17. So, 1/17 of 323 = 19 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 6) to find the final answer 6 x 19 = 114 So 6/17 of 323 = 114
- 10. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17. So, 1/17 of 323 = 19 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 6) to find the final answer 6 x 19 = 114 So 6/17 of 323 = 114
- 11. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17. So, 1/17 of 323 = 19 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 6) to find the final answer 6 x 19 = 114 So 6/17 of 323 = 114
- 12. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. For example: calculate 6/17 of 323: First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17. So, 1/17 of 323 = 19 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 6) to find the final answer 6 x 19 = 114 So 6/17 of 323 = 114
- 13. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example 323) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17.
- 14. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17.
- 15. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 17.
- 16. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 4.
- 17. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 4. £25 ÷ 4 = £6.25
- 18. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 4. So, 1/4 of £25 = £6.25
- 19. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 4. So, 1/4 of £25 = £6.25 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 6) to find the final answer 6 x 19 = 114 So 6/17 of 323 = 114
- 20. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 4. So, 1/4 of £25 = £6.25 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 3) - (in this case 6) to find the final answer 6 x 19 = 114 So 6/17 of 323 = 114
- 21. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 4. So, 1/4 of £25 = £6.25 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 3) -to find the final answer (in this case 6) to find the final answer 6 x 19 = 114
- 22. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 4. So, 1/4 of £25 = £6.25 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 3) -to find the final answer (in this case 6) to find the final answer 3 x £6.25 = £18.756 x 19 = 114
- 23. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out the fraction of an amount. Another example: calculate 3/4 of £25 First, divide the amount (in this example £25) by the number on the bottom of the fraction (the denominator) – in this example 4. So, 1/4 of £25 = £6.25 Now, multiply this answer by the number on the top of the fraction – the numerator - (in this case 3) -to find the final answer (in this case 6) to find the final answer 3 x £6.25 = £18.756 ¾ of £25 = £18.75
- 24. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 25. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 26. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 27. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 28. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 29. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 30. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 31. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 32. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 33. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 34. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 35. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 36. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 37. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 38. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 39. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 40. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 41. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 42. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 43. Now try some of your own. Click to find out the correct answer a) 3/5 of £26 = £15.60 b) 13/24 of 312 = 169 c) 11/16 of 336 = 231 d) 7/10 of £56 = £39.20 e) 13/15 of 525 = 455 f) 13/28 of 532 = 247 g) 2/5 of £68 = £27.20 h) 5/19 of 1235 = 325 i) 15/25 of 1625 = 975 j) 4/5 of £82 = £65.60
- 44. That’s it for now...... for more help with your maths, try my book: mastering multiplication tables on amazon.com

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