Video: KS1-M16 • Paper 2 • Question 8

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Video Transcript

Match each coin to the correct box. One has been done for you.

In this box, we’re looking for coins which are less than 20 pence and the second box is for coins which are more than 20 pence or coins which are greater than 20 pence. We can see that the five pence coin has already been done. Five pence is less than 20 pence.

How about one pound? We know that one pound is equal to 100 pence. 100 pence is more than 20 pence. So we need to draw a line to the box that says more than. What about two pence? Well, two pence is less than 20 pence. 10 pence is also less than 20 pence. Our final coin is a 50 pence coin. And we know that 50 is more than 20.

So we’ve matched each coin to the correct box. Five pence was already done for us. It’s less than 20 pence. One pound is more than 20 pence and so is 50 pence. Two pence and 10 pence are both less than 20 pence.

The coins which are less than 20 pence are the five pence, two pence, and 10 pence. And the coins which are worth more than 20 pence are the pound coin which is worth a 100 pence and the 50 pence coin.

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