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Numbers search is a fantastic way to make mental maths fun. Just like a regular wordsearch puzzle but with numbers instead of letters.

As an added twist, some of the numbers you need to look for must first be determined by solving a basic equation. There are different sizes of grids and equations for different ability levels.

- Grid A - 8x8 numbers

Search for the numbers as depicted. The first two are already highlighted to help show how it works. - Grid B - 8x8 numbers

Search for the numbers as depicted. No hints this time. - Grid C - 8x8 grid

Solve the ADDITION equations to determine which numbers to find and then find them in the grid. One solution has been highlighted to help show how it works. - Grid D - 8x8 grid

Solve the SUBTRACTION equations to determine which numbers to find and then find them in the grid. No hints this time. - Grid E - 8x8 grid

Solve the MULTIPLICATION equations to determine which numbers to find and then find them in the grid. One solution has been highlighted to help show how it works. - Grid F - 8x8

Solve the DIVISION equations to determine which numbers to find and then find them in the grid. One solution has been highlighted to help show how it works. - Grid G - 10x10 grid (larger grids are harder to solve)

Solve the ADDITION equations to determine which numbers to find and then find them in the grid. This time, there are three numbers to sum instead of two on the easier grid. One solution has been highlighted to help show how it works. - Grid H - 10x10 grid

Solve the SUBTRACTION equations to determine which numbers to find and then find them in the grid. No hints this time. - Grid I - 10x10 grid

Solve the MULTIPLICATION equations to determine which numbers to find and then find them in the grid. No hints this time. - Grid J - 15-15 grid

This time, instead of solving specific equations, have fun exploring the features on your scientific calculator by finding various mathematical constants and other fun functions, like Pi, Log, Root, Factorial, Sin, Cos, Tan, etc. Figure out which numbers each function represents and then find it in the grid - especially fun for those keen with numbers.

Suitable for printing in both color and B/W.

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12 pages

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