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- 1. How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Type Questions (Mental Maths Paper) Negative Numbers 1: Changes In Temperature For more maths help & free games related to this, visit: www.makemymathsbetter.com
- 2. In a SATs Mental Maths Paper you might be asked to find out a change in temperature that involves a negative number of degrees:
- 3. For example: The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by seven degrees. Write down the new temperature.
- 4. For example: The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by seven degrees. Write down the new temperature. To find out the answer, firstly count back 2 degrees to get to zero.
- 5. For example: The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by seven degrees. Write down the new temperature. To find out the answer, firstly count back 2 degrees to get to zero.
- 6. For example: The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by seven degrees. Write down the new temperature. To find out the answer, firstly count back 2 degrees to get to zero. Then count back another 5 degrees to get to - 5°C
- 7. For example: The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by seven degrees. Write down the new temperature. To find out the answer, firstly count back 2 degrees to get to zero. Then count back another 5 degrees to get to - 5°C
- 8. Example 2: What temperature is 10 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius?
- 9. Example 2: What temperature is 10 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? To find out the answer, firstly count back 4 degrees to get to zero.
- 10. Example 2: What temperature is 10 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? To find out the answer, firstly count back 4 degrees to get to zero.
- 11. Example 2: What temperature is 10 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? To find out the answer, firstly count back 4 degrees to get to zero. Then count back another 6 degrees to get to - 6°C
- 12. Example 2: What temperature is 10 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? To find out the answer, firstly count back 4 degrees to get to zero. Then count back another 6 degrees to get to - 6°C
- 13. Example 3: What temperature is 10 degrees warmer than - 2 degrees Celsius?
- 14. Example 3: What temperature is 10 degrees warmer than - 2 degrees Celsius? To find out the answer, firstly count up 2 degrees to get to zero.
- 15. Example 3: What temperature is 10 degrees warmer than - 2 degrees Celsius? To find out the answer, firstly count up 2 degrees to get to zero.
- 16. Example 3: What temperature is 10 degrees warmer than - 2 degrees Celsius? To find out the answer, firstly count up 2 degrees to get to zero. Then count up another 8 degrees to get to 8°C
- 17. Example 3: What temperature is 10 degrees warmer than - 2 degrees Celsius? To find out the answer, firstly count up 2 degrees to get to zero. Then count up another 8 degrees to get to 8°C
- 18. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers:
- 19. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature.
- 20. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 7°C
- 21. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 7°C b)The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by eleven degrees. Write down the new temperature.
- 22. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 7°C b)The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by eleven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 9°C
- 23. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 7°C b)The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by eleven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 9°C c)The temperature was five degrees Celsius. It goes down by fifteen degrees. Write down the new temperature.
- 24. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 7°C b)The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by eleven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 9°C c)The temperature was five degrees Celsius. It goes down by fifteen degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 10°C
- 25. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 7°C b)The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by eleven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 9°C c)The temperature was five degrees Celsius. It goes down by fifteen degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 10°C d)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by seven degrees. Write down the new temperature.
- 26. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 7°C b)The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by eleven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 9°C c)The temperature was five degrees Celsius. It goes down by fifteen degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 10°C d)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by seven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 4°C
- 27. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 7°C b)The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by eleven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 9°C c)The temperature was five degrees Celsius. It goes down by fifteen degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 10°C d)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by seven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 4°C d)The temperature was seven degrees Celsius. It goes down by twenty degrees. Write down the new temperature.
- 28. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by ten degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 7°C b)The temperature was two degrees Celsius. It goes down by eleven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 9°C c)The temperature was five degrees Celsius. It goes down by fifteen degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 10°C d)The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by seven degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 4°C d)The temperature was seven degrees Celsius. It goes down by twenty degrees. Write down the new temperature. - 13°C
- 29. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C - b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C c) What temperature is 5 degrees lower than - 3 degrees Celsius? - 8°C d)What temperature is nine degrees warmer than -6 degrees Celsius? 3°C e)What temperature is ten degrees warmer than -4 degrees Celsius? 6°C e)What temperature is six degrees warmer than -2 degrees Celsius? 4°C
- 30. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius?
- 31. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C -
- 32. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? -
- 33. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C -
- 34. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C c) What temperature is 5 degrees lower than - 3 degrees Celsius? -
- 35. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C c) What temperature is 5 degrees lower than - 3 degrees Celsius? - 8°C -
- 36. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C - b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C c) What temperature is 5 degrees lower than - 3 degrees Celsius? - 8°C d)What temperature is nine degrees warmer than -6 degrees Celsius?
- 37. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C - b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C c) What temperature is 5 degrees lower than - 3 degrees Celsius? - 8°C d)What temperature is nine degrees warmer than -6 degrees Celsius? 3°C
- 38. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C - b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C c) What temperature is 5 degrees lower than - 3 degrees Celsius? - 8°C d)What temperature is nine degrees warmer than -6 degrees Celsius? 3°C e)What temperature is ten degrees warmer than -4 degrees Celsius?
- 39. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C - b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C c) What temperature is 5 degrees lower than - 3 degrees Celsius? - 8°C d)What temperature is nine degrees warmer than -6 degrees Celsius? 3°C e)What temperature is ten degrees warmer than -4 degrees Celsius? 6°C
- 40. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C - b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C c) What temperature is 5 degrees lower than - 3 degrees Celsius? - 8°C d)What temperature is nine degrees warmer than -6 degrees Celsius? 3°C e)What temperature is ten degrees warmer than -4 degrees Celsius? 6°C f) What temperature is six degrees warmer than -2 degrees Celsius?
- 41. Now try some of your own. Click to get the answers: a)What temperature is 20 degrees lower than 4 degrees Celsius? 16°C - b)What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 1 degree Celsius? - 14°C c) What temperature is 5 degrees lower than - 3 degrees Celsius? - 8°C d)What temperature is nine degrees warmer than -6 degrees Celsius? 3°C e)What temperature is ten degrees warmer than -4 degrees Celsius? 6°C f) What temperature is six degrees warmer than -2 degrees Celsius? 4°C
- 42. That’s it for now...... for more help with your maths, try my book: mastering multiplication tables on amazon.com

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