KS3. Number. B. Part Numbers (Fractions, Decimals & Percentages)

Now that we are getting stronger at mathematics, and are able to quickly complete arithmetic calculations with numbers, we start to go a little deeper, and work more closely with numbers that are not whole numbers, i.e. numbers like 1.5 or 2.389 or 2/7.

We will also spend plenty of time looking at three forms in which these non-whole numbers can be written, i.e. as fractions, as “decimals“, and as percentages.

This will be the largest “number” topic that we look at this year, and we have broken it down into the following twelve sections:

1.) Rounding Numbers;

2.) Inequalities;

3.) Ordering Decimals;

4.) Adding & Subtracting Decimals;

5.) Multiplying & Dividing Decimals;

6.) Adding & Subtracting Fractions;

7.) Multiplying & Dividing Fractions;

8.) Problems solving and Mixed Questions with Fractions;

Now’s probably a good time to test yourself on the above topics before continuing!

9.) Writing Fractions as “Decimals”;

10.) Equivalent Fractions, Decimals & Percentages;

11.) Fractions, Decimals & Percentages of Quantities;

12.) Percentage Increase & Decrease.

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