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Worksheet: Equal Sign

Q1:

How many blocks do you need to add so that the number of blocks on each side is equal?

Q2:

If the boxes have the same number of balls, we can write the equal sign between them. For example:

Which of the following could have an equal sign added between them?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q3:

Is this correct: 2 = 3 ?

  • A no
  • B yes

Q4:

Here are five expressions.

Select two expressions that are equal to the same number.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

Which two expressions are equal to the same number?

  • Ab and d
  • Ba and c
  • Ca and b

Use the equal sign to write an equation using these two expressions.

  • A 1 6 7 = 1 2 3
  • B 1 2 3 = 1 3 6
  • C 1 6 7 = 1 4 6

Q5:

Place + and = in the correct place: 9 2 7 .

  • A 9 = 2 + 7
  • B 9 + 2 = 7

Q6:

Am I using the equal sign correctly? Check if the two sums are equal.

  • A yes
  • B no

Q7:

1 6 4 is equal to 12.

Find the equation which uses the equals sign to say that.

  • A 1 2 = 4 1 6
  • B 1 6 = 1 2 4
  • C 1 6 4 = 1 2

Q8:

If we have a row of 13 green blocks and 6 orange blocks then we have the same number of blocks as 19 blue blocks.

We say that 13 + 6 is equal to 19. Use the equal sign to write an equation which expresses that.

  • A 6 = 1 3 + 1 9
  • B 1 3 = 1 9 + 6
  • C 1 3 + 6 = 1 9

Q9:

If the boxes have the same number of balls, we can write the equal sign between them. For example: