Year 5 Maths worksheets
Add the adjacent numbers together and write their sum in the circle above them.
Each pair of adjacent numbers needs to be added to make the one on top.
Setting out your calculation correctly is really important in long division. Remember to write all the numbers in the right place or you’ll get confused! Can you solve these problems using long division?
Long division is used to divide a large number by a two- (or more) digit number. It is set out in a similar way to short division. We've started off some calculations. Can you can continue each one on your own?
Can you use the short multiplication method to solve these problems?
One of the quickest ways to divide numbers is to use the short division method. Can you use this method to solve these problems?
In long multiplication we multiply the top number by the bottom number (units first and then tens and then hundreds and so on). Can you use this method to solve these problems?
Look at each of the measurements in the left-hand column. For each one, write its decimal representation.
One of the quickest ways to multiply two two-digit numbers is to use the long multiplication method. Can you use this method to solve these problems?
Work out these problems using the short division method.
Can you work out which numbers should go in the gaps by using the short multiplication method?
Can you solve these word problems using the short division method?
Sometimes when we divide we are left with a remainder. Can you use the short division method for these calculations? Remember, you will get a remainder for each one.
Look through this step-by-step reminder of how to use the short division method and then see if you can answer these questions.
Each of the following number lines go up in hundredths (so each division = 1/100 or 0.01). Look at the following number lines. Write the decimal numbers that the arrows are pointing to in the boxes.
Each of the following number lines go up in hundredths (so each division = 1/100 or 0.01). Write these decimals in the correct places on this number line.
Work out the answers to these problems by using the long multiplication method. Remember to set out your working neatly and line the digits up carefully so that you don’t get muddled.
Can you use the long multiplication method to solve these problems?
Each row of this table tells you how many units, tenths and hundredths a number is made up of. Look at each row and work out how to represent each number as a decimal in the blank box provided. The units, tenths and hundredths will not always be given in order.