## NUMBER # Place Value

## Decimal Place Value

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet a covering the basics of Place value with decimals.  This worksheet uses the idea of Place Value Counters in order to aid understanding.

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# Types of Number

## Powers and Roots

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet covering Squares, Cubes, Square Roots, Cube Roots and calculating with Powers and Roots.

# Laws of Indices

## Positive Indices

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet with lots of practise opportunities covering the multiplication, division and power-on-power laws.

# Prime Factor Decomposition

## Product of Primes

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet covering Product of Prime Factors, including using Prime Factor Tiles.

## HCF & LCM from Venn

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet that builds upon Product of Prime Factors to find the HCF and LCM from a Venn Diagram.

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# Rounding

## Rounding to 10, 100, 1000

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet covering Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000.

This uses a number line approach and is idea for lower attainers.

# Bounds

## Upper and Lower Bounds

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet covering calculating Upper and Lower Bounds for values rounded to a given degree of accuracy, including decimal places and significant figures.

This also includes error intervals.

## Calculating with Bounds

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet that builds upon Upper and Lower Bounds, including linking to Geometry.

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# Estimating

## Estimating

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet that builds upon Rounding to Estimating values to calculations.

This includes powers, roots and geometrical examples.

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# Decimals

## Multiplying Decimals

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet covering Multiplying Decimals through understanding related calculations.

## Dividing Decimals

I Do, We Do, You Do Example Sheet covering Dividing Decimals through the use of simplifying fractions.  This also builds upon related calculations.

# Surds

## Introduction to Surds

Worksheet covering the an introduction to Surds through the relationship of square numbers and square roots.

The worksheet begins to highlight some of the key rules regarding surds.