Explore the fascinating world of probability and dice as we delve into different scenarios, calculating the probability of getting specific outcomes. From prime numbers to sums and expectations, discover the mathematical intricacies behind the roll of the dice.

# Category: Numbers

## Year 6 SATs Maths Past Papers KS2 NEW

The Statutory Assessment Tests (SATs) at Key Stage 2 are external assessments that measure Year 6 students’ learning that takes place in the classrooms. The students do 6 tests in 4 days – see 2022 SATs timetable for the exact dates. Children can download Year 6 SATs maths past papers. Simply click on the links […]

## How Can I Work Out Ratio, Fraction and Pecentage

The ratio shows how parts of a whole quantity are shared. In this worksheet, we’ll look at the ratio of two numbers and how to convert the parts of a ratio to fraction, percentage and decimal. This work is ideal for Years 6, 7 or 8 students. The steps are laid out in the example […]

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## Convert Improper Fraction to Mixed Number

In this practice worksheet, we take a look at 10 common mixed numbers and 10 common improper fractions and how to convert them from one form to another. You can download these notes as a worksheet to do in class or at home. If you know the difference between an improper fraction and a mixed […]

## Adding and subtracting fractions worksheets

Adding fractions with the same denominators is a Number concept that teachers introduce to students earlier in primary schools. In some countries, ‘same’ denominators are referred to as ‘related’ denominators. ‘Same denominators or related denominators mean the same. In this post, you will find out how to add fractions with the same denominators using practice […]

## Turn decimal into fraction and percentage

Turning decimals into fractions and percentages or vice versa requires recalling the common decimal numbers and the place value of numbers. Here is how to turn a fraction to its decimal or percentage equivalent: remember the 10 common decimal numbers and their fractions and percentages equivalents, and apply the rule of multiplying top and bottom […]