Going Down and Up in 10's and 100's | Year 3 Maths Resources

## KS2 SATs Flash Cards

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## What you need to know

Things to remember:

• Numbers can be split into smaller ones to make them more manageable.
• When adding or subtracting by 10, the 10s go up or down by 1.
• When adding 10 to a number in the 90s, the 100s go up by 1 and the tens become 0.
• When adding or subtracting 100, the 100s go up or down by 1.
• When adding 100 to a number in the 900s, we get a 1000 and the hundreds become 0.

We can split up a number into units, 10s, and 100s.

$$237= 200 + 30 + 7$$

$$682=600+80+2$$

Let’s try using this in a question.

$$325+100=300+20+5+100=300+100+20+5=400+20+5=425$$

$$187-10=100+80+7-10=100+80-10+7=100+70+7=177$$

# Example Questions

Question 1: Add the following numbers

$$678-100$$

Remember, we can split it up.

$$133+10=100+30+3+10=100+30+10+3=100+40+3=143$$

## KS2 SATs Flash Cards

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