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**2003 Year 4 Maths SATs Mental Maths Answer Sheet (filename "year-4-optional-2003-mathematics-mental-maths-answer-sheet.pdf") includes:**

Q1.
‘Now we are ready to start the test.
For this group of questions, you will have 5 seconds to work out each answer and write
it down.’
1
What is half of fourteen?
2
What is eleven subtract six?
3
Multiply eight by four.
4
What number is two less than nine hundred and one?
5
How many minutes are there in a quarter of an hour?
6
What is one-fifth of twenty-five?
7
What is the total of one hundred and twenty and seventy?
8
What is four thousand seven hundred and seventy-three rounded to the
nearest hundred?
9
Divide forty-two by six.
10
What is sixty-five multiplied by one hundred?
‘Now turn over your sheet.’
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‘For the next group of questions, you will have 10 seconds to work out each answer and
write it down.’
11
Add together three, seven and five.
12
Tom bought one stamp for twenty pence.
How much change should he get from one pound?
13
Look at your answer sheet.
What fraction of the pack of apples is shaded?
14
How many vertices has a cuboid?
15
What number must I add to thirty-six to make one hundred?
16
One orange costs nineteen pence. How much will three oranges cost?
17
How many less than forty-one is seventeen?
18
Look at the prices of flowers on your answer sheet.
Jade bought two bunches of daffodils and one bunch of tulips.
How much did she spend?
19
A regular hexagon has sides six centimetres long.
What is the perimeter of the hexagon?
20
How many millilitres are there in three-quarters of a litre?
‘Now put down your pen or pencil. The test is finished.’
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