In this worksheet, you have to select alternative ways of carrying out the given calculations because the '5' key is broken on your calculator.

**Example**

Work out 567 + 45

**Answer**

We could, for example, work out 467 + 100 + 44 + 1

In this worksheet, students must pretend that the '5' key on their calculator is broken and select alternative ways to carry out the given calculations.

**Key stage:** KS 2

**Curriculum topic:** Number: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division

**Curriculum subtopic:** Solve Multi-Step Add/Subtract Problems

**Difficulty level:**

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