Year 4

Problem solving: Choosing operations

Year 4

Problem solving: Choosing operations

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will explore a multi-step problem and decide which of the following operations will solve each step; addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.

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4 Questions

Q1.
Key-rings are delivered to the Niagara Falls souvenir stand in packs of 4. The stand orders 407 boxes. How many key-rings have they ordered?
1624
Correct answer: 1628
1824
680
Q2.
The Maid of the Mist boat carries six passengers in one trip. The boat does 713 trips in a day. How many passengers does it carry in one day?
3276
4276
Correct answer: 4278
4378
Q3.
An ice hockey player is paid £315. If they win,they are paid seven times as much. How much is the player paid when they win?
2005
Correct answer: 2205
2587
6205
Q4.
Ben sharpened 390 pencils . He needed to share the pencils between 3 classes. How many pencils did each class get?
Correct answer: 130
39
60
90