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How about trying the Nematrian maths quiz for children?

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Are you about 10 to 12 years old? Or do you have a child of this age about to sit a school maths exams. Then how about trying to answer the following questions without using a calculator.

 

If you fill in your answers in the boxes next to each question then you can check them by pressing the button market Press Button to Check Answers You Have Entered. You can create new (randomly chosen) specimen questions (as often as you like) by pressing the button marked Press Button to Create New Questions.

 

N.B. Some of the questions assume that you are British in that they refer to pounds and pence. If there is sufficient interest from outside the UK then we will rewrite these questions to refer to, say dollars and cents or euros and cents depending on the country in which you are based.

 


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(1) Work out 796 x 49





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(2) Work out 968 - 865





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(3) Work out 816 + 877





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(4) Work out 7176 ¸ 78





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(5) State two multiples of 1184 (not itself or zero)





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(6) Work out 49.75 + 10.48





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(7) Work out 647.4 - 40.69





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(8) Work out 22.4 x 7.7





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(9) Find the cost of 93 litres of petrol at 98p per litre





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(10) In a 'third off' a bike is sold for £1958. How much would it have sold for before the sale?





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(11) Find the sum of £243 and £492.





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(12) Find the difference between £987 and £444.





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(13) Write £54 to the nearest £5.





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(14) Write 5063mm in metres.





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(15) Calculate how many seconds there are in 9 hours





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(16) Find the mean (average) of 88, 35, 64, 49.





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(17) How much is three-sevenths of 161?





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(18) Find 7% of £1200.





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(19) Find the greatest number of 61p stamps that can be bought for £7.





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