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Quick Maths Quiz 2:

 

1.    3 x _____ = 30

2.    Write down a multiple of 5 between 22 and 32

3.    Forty divided by ten

4.    628 = 600 + 8 + ____

5.    Write down two thousand nine hundred and fourteen

6.    What is the next number in this pattern?  17,  21,  25,  29,  33,  _____

7.    How many 3s make 21?

8.    Round 165 to the nearest 10

9.    How many money is 1 TWENTY PENCE plus 3 TEN PENCE plus 4 FIVE PENCE?

10.  The time is 3:40pm. What will the time be in half an hour?

11.   How many TEN PENCE coins make £1.40?

12.   A pencil costs 31p. How much do 3 pencils cost?

13.   One yard is 3 feet. How many feet in 7 yards?

 

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Quick Maths Quiz:

 

1. How many sides does a decagon have?

2. What is 730 divided by 10?

3. Write the fraction 'half' and then draw a picture showing a half.

4. How many inches are there is a foot?

5. What name is given to a triangle with no equal sides?

6. True or False: The mean of a number is the most common number in a selection.

7. What is 4 x 9?

8. What is 50% of 20?

9. What number must you add to 66 to get the answer 172?

10. How many zeros are there in the number 'one billion'?

Maths hypothesis:

 

If you add two even numbers together they will also give you an even answer.

Is this true - Always, Sometimes or Never?

 

All pyramids have a square base.

Is this true - Always, Sometimes or Never?

 

A rectangle is a square.

Is this true - Always, Sometimes or Never?

 

Doubling a number results in an even number.

Is this true - Always, Sometimes or Never?

 

Prove your answers with working out!!!!

Maths Challenge Part 2

 

Find as many ways as you can to represent the numbers:

 

10

32

55

 

Which number can you find the most ways to represent?

Think about the factors of the numbers e.g. the factors of the number 10 are 1, 2, 5 and 10 (because 1 x 10 = 10 and 2 x 5 = 10)

Which number can you find the most factors for?

 

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Maths Challenge!

Find as many ways as you can to represent the number '7' 

You could draw seven fingers being shown on two hands, 7 dots, a number story (e.g. I bought three apples and four oranges how many pieces of fruit did I buy?), you could put it in a place value grid (you will only need the ones column for the number seven though), you could draw seven counters on a ten's frame... However you want to do it!

 

Then I want you to represent 115. Think about how you could represent this without having to draw 115 dots or 115 fingers. Maybe a calculation? Maybe a place value grid? Maybe with counters which represent 5.

 

And your final number is 14.

 

Think about the different ways you can represent these numbers. I will be giving you more numbers to try and represent in as many different ways as you can next week!

 

Here is my example!

 

 

 

 

Decimals:

 

Lesson 2:

Write decimals

Video link https://vimeo.com/403297865

Decimals:

 

Lesson 1 
Make a whole       https://vimeo.com/403297779

 

Watch the video on the link and then answer these follow up questions

I challenge you to complete this brain teaser!

Maths challenges

Maths challenges

Maths challenge answers! Okay here it goes...

1.      60            600,000

2.      4 quarters or 1 whole one

3.      4 Easter Eggs

4.      0.9      1.3

5.      72

6.      11 fifths or 2 whole ones and 1 fifth

7.      27,736

8.  Challenge:     1 square, 1 circle, 1 triangle and 2 rectangles

 

How did you do?

For those mathematicians I have got an arithmetic challenge for you (I will upload the answers for you on Friday, so have a go and see how many you get right!)

1.      6 x 10 =                   easy, right? Now use that knowledge to answer...         600 x 1000 =                

2.      1 quarter + 3 quarters =

3.      Harry has 24 Easter Eggs, he shares them equally between his 6 friends. How many Easter Eggs did each of his friends have?

4.      Find the missing numbers in this pattern:        0.7,     0.8,      ?,      1,       1.1,     1.2,     ?,     1.4

5.      3 x 4 x 6 =

6.      3 fifths +  8 fifths =

7.      3467 x 8 =

8. Extra challenge:   Miss Healy draws some shapes... She draws three shapes with four sides, one shape with three corners, one square and 1 fifth of the shapes drawn are circles. Draw, or list, all the shapes Miss Healy drew. 

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