Missing Numbers
The below QuickQuestion Interface © generates random questions where you must identify the missing number.
Choose which operation you would like to appear in the questions, or choose Random for a mixture of different questions.
Under Type, choose which part of the sum you want to be missing and hence you have to work out. Again, choosing Random will give a mixture of the different types.
Choose the minimum and maximum values (set minimum to a negative number to include negative number questions).
Do you want the bigger number to come first (ensuring positive answers for subtractions) and should divisions give whole number answers.
Finally, if you want all the addition questions to be related to a final answer, type in the number bond (if 10, all questions generated will add to 10) and if you want all multiplcation and division questiosn to be related to a specific timestable, then input that.
You might need these symbols if you choose to have the sign being the thing to work out: +×÷.
There is a 10QQI version of this activity which generates 10 random questions at a time.
Choose which operation you would like to appear in the questions, or choose Random for a mixture of different questions.
Under Type, choose which part of the sum you want to be missing and hence you have to work out. Again, choosing Random will give a mixture of the different types.
Choose the minimum and maximum values (set minimum to a negative number to include negative number questions).
Do you want the bigger number to come first (ensuring positive answers for subtractions) and should divisions give whole number answers.
Finally, if you want all the addition questions to be related to a final answer, type in the number bond (if 10, all questions generated will add to 10) and if you want all multiplcation and division questiosn to be related to a specific timestable, then input that.
You might need these symbols if you choose to have the sign being the thing to work out: +×÷.
There is a 10QQI version of this activity which generates 10 random questions at a time.
Ideas for Teachers
Great as a quick interactive starter to any Maths lesson, use this activity to check your students abilities in working with decimals. All four operations, a selection of decimal places, include whole number parts or not. Whatever you are wanting to check, you can do it with this. Want to challenge those more able students? Set it to mixed!
For Decimal Division, you may want to start with dividing decimals by whole numbers. To do this, select "One Whole Number" and deselect "Ensure Bigger Number Comes First".
Great as a quick interactive starter to any Maths lesson, use this activity to check your students abilities in working with decimals. All four operations, a selection of decimal places, include whole number parts or not. Whatever you are wanting to check, you can do it with this. Want to challenge those more able students? Set it to mixed!
For Decimal Division, you may want to start with dividing decimals by whole numbers. To do this, select "One Whole Number" and deselect "Ensure Bigger Number Comes First".
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