MEP Book 3a
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Write the numbers below in the correct boxes.
Write your answer with commas between the numbers like this:

Even Numbers

Odd Numbers

2
Work out the rule and fill in the missing numbers.

     
     
3
In the diagram below, each shape represents a different number from 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 70.
Each number in the middle is the sum of the four numbers around it. Fill in the missing numbers:
4
Fill in the numbers missing from the snakes below.
Write the rule in the snake's head. e.g. if 9 was added on
between each number you would write +9 in the snake's head.
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