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KS2 Handling data. Tables are simple way of storing information that we have gathered in a neat way. However, there are often different ways for us to present data so that it is easier to understand or find patterns. Two famous diagrams that are used for this purpose are Carroll diagrams and Venn diagrams. KS2 Handling data.
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Fractions of Amounts KS2. If you are finding the fraction of a given number, the important rule to remember is that you must divide by the denominator, and multiply by the numerator. If the numerator is one then all you need to do is the division. Fractions of Amounts KS2. Fractions of quantities KS2.
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Equivalent fractions KS2. Fractions represent a portion of the whole. Different fractions represent an equal amount of the whole are called equivalent fractions. To find different equivalent fractions, we can multiply or divide both the numerator and denominator of the fractions. Equivalent fractions KS2.
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Using Units of Measurement. Use the correct unit of measurement when estimating the length, mass or capacity of something. Equipment for measuring. For measuring length, use a ruler of some sort. For larger lengths, there are ‘rolling rulers’. For measuring mass, use weighting scales of different sizes. Measurement KS2.
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Measurement Word Problems KS2. Whenever you have to tackle a question which has different types of units in it, it is important to make sure that you first convert all the values that are involved so that they have the same units before doing the sum. Measurement word problems ks2.
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Multiplying by 10 100 and 1000. Dividing by 10 100 and 1000. 1. Once you get the hang of it, multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. All it involves is moving every digit either to the right or the left. It’s important that you remember how place value works though. Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.
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Converting measures KS2. For length, we can use millimetres (mm), centimetres (cm), metres (m) or kilometres (km). For mass (how much something weighs), use the units of grams (g), kilograms (kg) and tonnes (t). For capacity (how much liquid is held), millilitres (ml), centilitres (cl) or litres (l). Converting measures KS2.
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3D shapes names. ‘3D’ shapes are solid shapes with width, height and depth. Each surface of a ‘3D’ shape is called a face and the line between two faces is called an edge. The ‘corner’ where edges meet is called a vertex, or vertices in plural. The faces of ‘3D’ shapes can be flat or curved. 3d shapes names. 3D shapes.
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