# No Partner

Find pairs of numbers that add up to:

### 45

You can click on the pairs to hide them. When you have clicked on all the pairs the three numbers with no partner will remain.

38, 30, 42, 13, 31, 7, 20, 10, 35, 32, 3, 39, 18, 44, 1, 14, 19, 33, 15, 12, 25,

Most of the numbers in the list above can be added to another number in the list to give a sum of 45 but three numbers do not have a partner. Can you find those three numbers and type them into the boxes below in order of size (smallest first)?

Find pairs of numbers that add up to:

### 51

If you make a mistake you can click on a hidden number to make it reappear. If you reload this page all of the numbers will change

31, 41, 24, 50, 48, 3, 22, 35, 27, 38, 36, 14, 1, 29, 13, 32, 20, 16, 10, 19, 9,

Most of the numbers in the list above can be added to another number in the list to give a sum of 51 but three numbers do not have a partner. Can you find those three numbers and type them into the boxes below in order of size (smallest first)?

Find pairs of numbers that add up to:

### 64

Are there any quick ways of spotting the pairs? Could you start by just looking at the units digit of each of the numbers?

57, 24, 50, 5, 14, 7, 9, 53, 47, 10, 52, 45, 54, 15, 19, 17, 8, 40, 12, 56, 49,

Most of the numbers in the list above can be added to another number in the list to give a sum of 64 but three numbers do not have a partner. Can you find those three numbers and type them into the boxes below in order of size (smallest first)?

Find pairs of numbers that add up to:

### 75

63, 40, 7, 65, 71, 25, 6, 70, 50, 12, 34, 10, 52, 16, 68, 3, 72, 23, 35, 4, 59,

Most of the numbers in the list above can be added to another number in the list to give a sum of 75 but three numbers do not have a partner. Can you find those three numbers and type them into the boxes below in order of size (smallest first)?

## Instructions

Try your best to answer the questions above. Type your answers into the boxes provided leaving no spaces. As you work through the exercise regularly click the "check" button. If you have any wrong answers, do your best to do corrections but if there is anything you don't understand, please ask your teacher for help.

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