Arithmetic worksheet 1, 2 and 3 work on mental division. Arithmetic worksheet 4,5,6 and 7 are short division exercises. Arithmetic worksheet 9 and 10 contain questions on long and short division. Arithmetic worksheet 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 work on multiplication. Arithmetic worksheet 18 and 19 contain questions on long multiplication. Arithmetic worksheet 20 works on mental addition. Arithmetic worksheet 21 contains questions on column addition. Arithmetic worksheet 22 involves money word problems. Arithmetic worksheet 23 involves mental subtraction.
What Are The Basic Rules of Arithmetic?
Arithmetic is worked out mentally or using written methods. Arithmetic involves four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Addition is used to find a total sum. Subtraction is applied to take away from a given amount. Multiplication is used to discover groups of muliple items. Division is applied to share a divisble total.
How Do Arithmagons Work?
Arithmagons are a fun way to practice arithmetic. The numbers in the circles are always multiplied together. Students get to practice time tables. In the example below 3 is multiplied with 2. We put the answer in the square. The next calculation is 2 multiplied by 4. The answer is 8. The final calculation would be 3 'times' 4. The answer is 12. The three final answers in the arithmagon are 6,12 and 8.