# Multiply & divide by powers of 10 maze

Last updated: 15/11/2023
Contributor: Teachit Author
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Key stage
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Number: Calculation
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Worksheet
Student activity
A maze for students to find the path with the largest answer at the end. For use with early KS3 or foundation GCSE students to allow them to practice several problems multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 without it looking like a full worksheet.
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A really confusing resource. The children found it very hard to complete as with the exemplary one starting with 5 - the numbers just don't match up as you work your way through. E.g starting from 5 going down x100 is 500 but then if you come to it from the right where you have 0.5 you don't get 500 as the answer. I am nor sure I have understood this correctly.

Pip Rush

30/04/2020

Thank you for your message. Although most of our resources have answers where appropriate, some of our earlier ones do not and this is, unfortunately, one of those. As the students will be taking all sorts of different routes through the maze, it should be straightforward to check their answers.

Camilla Clarkson

26/04/2020

Can I have the solution for this maze please.

Lubna Parveen

21/04/2020

04/10/2019

A really confusing resource. The children found it very hard to complete as with the exemplary one starting with 5 - the numbers just don't match up as you work your way through. E.g starting from 5 going down x100 is 500 but then if you come to it from the right where you have 0.5 you don't get 500 as the answer. I am nor sure I have understood this correctly.

Pip Rush

30/04/2020

Thank you for your message. Although most of our resources have answers where appropriate, some of our earlier ones do not and this is, unfortunately, one of those. As the students will be taking all sorts of different routes through the maze, it should be straightforward to check their answers.

Camilla Clarkson

26/04/2020

Can I have the solution for this maze please.

Lubna Parveen

21/04/2020

04/10/2019

Thank you for your comment, Kirsty. The arrows point in both directions because students could go either way as they find paths through the maze to try to find the highest value. I hope this helps.

Camilla Clarkson

15/01/2019

I don't understand why the horizontal arrows point in both directions. It's unnecessarily confusing.

Kirsty Fish

13/01/2019