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Week 1: Maths rounding homework

Copy the table in to your book and use your rounding skills from this week.
Miss Ahmed’s class (Bronze, Silver and Gold)
Miss Cochrane/Miss Redhead (Attempt all 4 challenges)

Bronze: Round to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000

Number to round Round to the nearest 10 Round to the nearest 100 Round to the nearest 1000
853
672
1099
5382

Silver: Round to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000

Number to round Round to the nearest 10 Round to the nearest 100 Round to the nearest 1000
2803
2672
5099
5382

Gold: True or false, if false what is the correct answer (sentence)

1. The product of 11 and 24 rounded of to the nearest 100 is 300
2. The sum of 1000, 250, 69 and 20 rounded off to the nearest 100 is 500.
3. Any number between 1.53 and 2.49 rounded to the nearest whole number is 3
4.  The sum of 7.2, 5.03 and 3. 7 rounded to the nearest ten is 20.
5. The product of 12.2 and 5 rounded to the nearest ten is 70
6. The difference between 9.04 and 3.02 rounded to the nearest whole number is 13

 

Platinum: Complete the mastery problem below.

Miss Wong, the teacher, has four cards. On each card is a number:
59 996        59 943          60 026         62 312
She gives one card to each pupil. The pupils look at their card and say a clue.
Anna says, ‘My number is 60 000 to the nearest 10 thousand.’
Bashir says, ‘My number has exactly 600 hundreds in it.’
Charis says, ‘My number is 59900 to the nearest hundred.’
David says, ‘My number is 60 000 to the nearest 10.’
Can you work out which card each pupil had? Explain your choices.

32 thoughts on “Week 1: Maths rounding homework

  1. bronze challenge
    853
    10-850
    100-900

    672
    10-670
    100-700

    1099
    10-1100
    100-1100
    1000-1000

    5382
    10-5380
    100-5400
    1000-5000

    2303
    10-2300
    100-2300
    1000-2000

    2672
    10-2670
    100-2700
    1000-3000

    5099
    10-5100
    100-5100
    1000-5000

    5382
    10-5380
    100-5400
    1000-5000

  2. Bronze

    853
    10=850
    100=900

    672
    10=670
    100=700

    1099
    10=1100
    100=1100
    1000=1000
    100=1100

    5382
    10=5380
    100=5400
    1000=5000
    Silver

    2803
    10=2800
    100=2800
    1000=3000

    2672
    10=2670
    100=2700
    1000=3000

    5099
    10=5100
    100=5100
    1000=5000

    5382
    10=5380
    100=5400
    1000=5000
    Gold

  3. Aryan, Miss Ahmed wrote platinum on the blog, if she did not she would of written for Miss RedHead and Miss Cochrane’s maths group to attempt completing all 3 challenges instead of 4.

    • Gold requires you to read the sentence, work out the rounding to see whether the statement is true or false, if it is false write down the correct answer.

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