Video: KS1-M18 • Paper 2 • Question 13

Amy made 25 using different shapes for tens and ones. Amy made a new number. What is Amy’s new number?

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Amy made 25 using different shapes for tens and ones. Amy made a new number. What is Amy’s new number?

Amy made 25 to begin with. She made her 25 from two triangles and five squares. This means that each triangle is worth 10. Two tens are 20. And five ones or five squares makes five. Two tens and five ones makes 25. So let’s work out what Amy’s new number is.

Three tens and four ones. Our three tens or three triangles makes 30 plus our four ones makes 34. Three tens and four ones is 34. Amy’s new number is number 34.

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