KS2 Maths (Yr5) - Add and subtract whole numbers with more than 4 digits

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- Q332,645 + 11,220 = [ ? ] Show your working on paper.Users enter free textType an Answer120s
- Q453,170 + 38,213 = [ ? ] Show your working on paper.Users enter free textType an Answer120s
- Q523,546 + [ ? ] = 76,827 Show your working on paper.Users enter free textType an Answer120s
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- Q858,291 - 39,127 = [ ? ] Show your working on paper.Users enter free textType an Answer120s
- Q9[ ? ] - 42,913 = 42,434 Show your working on paper.Users enter free textType an Answer120s
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