**Question Three.** Which coins give you a total of 82p?

**a)** 5p, 1p, 1p, 1p

**b)** 50p, 20p, 10p, 2p

**c)** 20p, 20p, 20p, 1p

**d)** 50p, 20p, 1p, 1p

Let’s have a break and check your **answers** so far. Scroll past the image of the beach (maybe imagine you’re there!) to see the first few answers.

**Answers** so far:

Q1: **d**. Did you get this one? Great! No? You need to practise **Place Value**. I recommend this page. You can check your answers here.

Q2: **b**. How about that one? Yes? Fantastic! No? Don’t worry – you just need to work on your **Powers and Square Roots**. Try this page.

Q3: **b**. How did you do on that one? All good? Wonderful! Not so great? Go and practise your **Money Problems**. I recommend this video.

Ready to move on? **Let’s go**!

It must be time for another **break**. Scroll past the image of the stars (maybe look out of a real window for a few minutes too) to see the answers for questions 4 to 10.

Let’s see how **you** did.

Q4: **c**. If you didn’t get this one, you need to work on your **Addition and Subtraction**. I recommend this page. You can check your answers here. If you did get the right answer – great!

Q5: **d**. Didn’t get that one? No worries – try watching this video to improve your knowledge of **Tally and Other Charts**. You did get it right? Fantastic!

Q6: **c**. Did you get that one? Brilliant! No? You need to work on your **Metric and Imperial Measures**. Try this page.

Q7: **d**. How did you do on that one? If you need to practise **Averages and Range**, try this video.

Q8: **c**. Well done if you got this right. If you didn’t, you just need to work on your **Powers, Roots and BIDMAS** a bit more. Here’s another video.

Q9: **d**. Did you get that one? Great! Not this time? Just practise **Exchange Rates** for a bit. Try this page.

Q10: **b**. How about that one? If you need to work on your **Algebraic Substitution**, take a look at this video.

Once you’ve checked your answers and gone through any necessary revision, move on to the **final five questions** below.

**Question Eleven.** What is 15% of 2km?

**a)** 30m

**b)** 150m

**c)** 300m

**d)** 1500

**Question Thirteen.** Round 13.374 to 1 dp

**a)** 13.0

**b) **13.3

**c) **13.4

**d)** 14.0

Right, you’re **all done!** Let’s check the answers to the last five questions. Wander through the daisies to reach them…

Here are the **final answers**!

Q11: **c**. If you got that one, great! If not, you need to work on your **Percentages**. Try this page.

Q12: **a**. How did that one go? If you need to practise **Using Place Value**, try this video.

Q13: **c**. If you need to work on your **Estimation**, try this page. If you got it right – brilliant!

Q14: **c**. Well done if you got this one. If you didn’t – don’t worry! Take a look at this video to learn more about **Compound Measures**.

Q15: **d**. How about this last one? Did you get it right? If you need to practise **Probability**, try this video.

That’s it! All done! **Well done** if you managed to try all the questions. Hopefully you now have an idea of the **areas you need to work on**, along with some **resources** to get you started. If you got all the questions right (well done!), I suggest you try practising the questions from the **second half** of some practice papers.

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