# 7 October 2013: 11+ ARITHMETIC

Here’s anĀ ELEVEN PLUS question that may be trickier than you think.

Write out the following in figures and add them up:

Two hundred and four thousand and nine; seventy thousand, nine hundred and eight; four hundred and fifty thousand and seventy; one hundred and seven thousand, three hundred and ninety-five.

Let us know what answer you have by leaving a comment below.

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### 13 Responses to 7 October 2013: 11+ ARITHMETIC

1. matteo says:

I think that the answer for today is 133 082

• 7puzzle says:

I’m afraid not, have another go Matteo!

2. LJ says:

832382?

• 7puzzle says:

Brilliant LJ

3. geetanjali says:

832,382 ?

• 7puzzle says:

Great work Geetanjali, it is 832,382.

4. Ananth says:

204,009
70908
450,070
107,395
—————
832,382

• 7puzzle says:

Excellent work again Ananth!

5. Mrs Cameron says:

My class worked out the answer to be 832 382

• 7puzzle says:

Mrs Cameron, your class are spot on, tell them Well Done!!

6. Abbie smith says:

it was so much harder than i thought it would be the adding up was easy ( i done it in a column sum) but writing down the numbers was hard ( though i was at the back of the class and the writing on the white board telling you what to do was very small so i could not read it very well) i think the answer is 832 382

• 7puzzle says:

Great, it is 832,382. I’ll keep your decimal & pyramid suggestion in mind, look out for one on Monday (28th).

7. Abbie smith says:

hi just a suggestion but you could do a puzzle were you have to add up decimals (i like that sort of thing and im good at it im in the top maths group) or you could do a puzzle pyramid ( if you no what they are ) ( i like them to)