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Using Brackets When Working Out the Value of Complex Fractions

In this worksheet, students use brackets when working out the value of more complicated fractions.

'Using Brackets When Working Out the Value of Complex Fractions' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:  Number

Curriculum subtopic:  Use Four Operations for All Numbers

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Sometimes you must use brackets when working out the value of complicated fractions. 

 

This means    48 ÷ (6 x 2) = 48 ÷ 12 = 4

 

You must put brackets round the denominator when using a calculator. Otherwise you will get the wrong answer.

Find the value:

40
2 × 4
  = _____________

Find the value:

45
2 + 3
  = _____________

Find the value:

80
4 × 2
  = _____________

Find the value:

90
6 + 4
  = _____________

Find the value:

50
6 + 4
  = _____________

Find the value:

99
7 + 4
  = _____________

 

Find the value:

98
4 + 3
  = _____________

Find the value:

64
2 + 2
  = _____________

Find the value:

60
10 + 2
  = _____________

Find the value:

51
8 + 9
  = _____________
  • Question 1

Find the value:

40
2 × 4
  = _____________
CORRECT ANSWER
5
  • Question 2

Find the value:

45
2 + 3
  = _____________
CORRECT ANSWER
9
  • Question 3

Find the value:

80
4 × 2
  = _____________
CORRECT ANSWER
10
  • Question 4

Find the value:

90
6 + 4
  = _____________
CORRECT ANSWER
9
  • Question 5

Find the value:

50
6 + 4
  = _____________
CORRECT ANSWER
5
  • Question 6

Find the value:

99
7 + 4
  = _____________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
9
  • Question 7

Find the value:

98
4 + 3
  = _____________
CORRECT ANSWER
14
  • Question 8

Find the value:

64
2 + 2
  = _____________
CORRECT ANSWER
16
  • Question 9

Find the value:

60
10 + 2
  = _____________
CORRECT ANSWER
5
  • Question 10

Find the value:

51
8 + 9
  = _____________
CORRECT ANSWER
3
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