11.05.20 – 4B Maths home learning

Morning 4 Blue, this week we are moving on to learning about money. Now money and decimals are very closely linked so you will need to use your knowledge from the last few weeks and apply it to this weeks learning.

BRONZE: How many ways can you make the following amounts of money?

1. 55p
2. 37p
3. 108p
4. 502p
5. 99p
6. 88p

SILVER: Answer the following questions. 7a and 7b, 8a and 8b.

GOLD:

Greater Depth

46 thoughts on “11.05.20 – 4B Maths home learning”

1. Yalda N.

Bronze
55
50+5= 55,
20+20+10+5, 2+2+1+2+2+1+20+20+5= 55, Are some ways to make 55.

37
20+10+2+2+1+1+1=37.
10+10+5+5++5+1+1+1=37.
Are some ways to make 37

£1.08
£1+8= £1.08
£1+2+2+2+2= £1.08
Are some ways to make £1.08

£5.02
£5+2=£5.02
£2+£2+£1+1+1=£5.02
Are some ways to make £5.02

99
50+20+20+5+2+2=99
5+5+5+5+20+50+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1=99
Are some ways to make 99

88
50+20+10+5+2+1=88
5+5+20+20+10+20+2+2+2+2=88
Are some ways to make 88

55p. 50p + 5p
37p. 10p +5p+ 20+ 2p
108p 1pound + 5p + 3p
502p 1pound+2pound+ 2pound +2p
99p. 50p+20p+20p+5p+2p+2p
88p. 20p x4 +5p +2p+1p
1. £1.85p
2. £1.72p
3. £1.61P
4. £1.80P

3. Merab R.

Bronze
1)55p. 50+5=55p. 30+25=55. 20+20+10+5=55
37p. 30+7=37p 20+17=37p. 37+0=37p
108p. 100+8=108. 107+1=108. 99+9=108
502p. 500+2=502. 501+1=502. 499+3=502
99p. 90+9=99. 89+10=99. 87+12=99
88p. 80+8=88. 72+16=88. 79+9=88

Silver
7a)
A)£1.85p
B)£1.72p

7b)
A)£1.61p
B)£1.80p

8a)£2.30p
8b)£1.40p

Gold
4a)No one can get it because they do not have the total of £3.75.Laura has £3.65 and Liam has £2.75p which means they don’t have the total amount they need to get the football.

6a)The combination Awais can make to get £2.20p is:
£2+5p+5p+10p

Greater depth
She can make a total which ends in 2-sometimes
She can make an odd amount-sometimes
She can make an amount greater tan £6.00-sometimes
She can make a total which is a multiple of 5p-always.

4. Harris B.

Bronze
55p=50p+5p
55p=10p+10p+10p+10p+10p+5p
37p=10p+10p+10p+5p+2p
37p=20p+10p+5p+1p+1p
108p=50p+50p+5p+3p
108p=£1+8p
502p=£2+2£+1£+2p
99p=50p+20p+20p+5p+2p+2p+1p
88p=50p+20p+10p+2p+2p+2p+2p
silver
7.a.£1+50p+20p+10p+5p=£1+80p+5p=£1+85p=100p+85p=185p
=1.85£
B=1£+50p+20p+2p=£1+70p+2p=£1+72p=172p=1.72£
7.b.
A=£1+50p+10p+1p=£1+61p=161p=1.61£
B=1£+50p+10p+20p=1£+80p=180p=1.80£
8.a.1£+50p+20px4=1£+50p+80p=1£+130p=230p=2.30£

• Miss Roberts

Well done Harris. Remember the pound sign goes before the numbers, for example; £1.40

5. Eesa F.

55p- 50p+5p+55p 40p+10+5p=55p 20p+20p+10p+5p=55p
37p- 10+10+10+2p+2p+2p+1p=37P 20p+10p+5p+2p=37p
£1.08p- 50p+50p+ 2p+2p+2p+2p=£1.08p 20p+20p+10p+50p+2p+2p+2p+2p = £1.08p
£5.02p- £2 + £2 + £1 + 2p = £5.02p
£1 + £1 + £1 + £1 + £1 + 1p + 1p = £5.02p
99p- 50p + 20p +10p + 10p + 5p + 2p + 2p = 99p
20p + 20p + 20p + 20p + 10p + 2p + 2p+ 2p+ 2p+1p=99p
88p 20p + 20p + 20p + 20p + 2p + 2p + 2p +2p =88p
50p + 20p + 10p + 5p + 2p + 1p = 88p

6. Kia J.

55p. 50p + 5p
37p. 10p +5p+ 20+ 2p
108p 1pound + 5p + 3p
502p 1pound+2pound+ 2pound +2p
99p. 50p+20p+20p+5p+2p+2p
88p. 20p x4 +5p +2p+1p

1. £1.85p
2. £1.72p
3. £1.61P
4. £1.80P

• Miss Roberts

Well done Kia

7. Aleena M.

BRONZE
55p-50 p+5p
37p-30p+7p
108p-100p+8p
502p-500p+2p
99p-90+9p
88p-80p+8p

SILVER
7a- jar 1 £1.85
Jar 2 £1.72
7b- jar 1 £1.61
Jar 2 £1.80
8a. £2.30
8b. £1.40

GOLD
Liam can afford the football because £1+£1+50p+50p+50p+20p+5p=£3.75.

• Mr Carter

For bronze you needed to make the amounts out of UK coins.

8. Asilah K.

Bronze
55p
10 + 10 + 10 + 10 +10 + 5 = 55p
37 + 29 = 55p
55 + 0 = 55
37
20 + 10 + 7 = 37
10+ 10+ 10+ 7=37
30+ 7 = 37
108
£1 + 8 = 108
98 + 10 = 108
50 + 50 + 8 = 108

30 + 7 = 37

5+5+5+5+5+5+7=37
108
£1 + 8 = 108
98 + 10 = 108

• Mr Carter

Good try, but remember this is all about money and you can only use the coins we have in real life.

9. Esra S.

55p=
25+30=55p
10+10+10+10+10+5=55p
37p=
20+10+5+2=37p
10+20+2+2+1+2=37p
108p=
100+5+2+1=108p
50+50+5+1+2=108p
502p=
500+2=502p
200+200+50+50+2=502p
99p=
50+20+20+5+2+2=99p
£1-1=99p

• Mr Carter

A good start Esra, but still lots to do. You should be completing all challenges in this blog please.

10. Rida W.

Silver:
7a) A £1 + 50p + 20p + 10p + 5p = £1.85
B £1 + 50p + 20p + 2p = £1.72

7b) A £1 + 50p + 10p + 1p = £1.61
B £1 + 50p + 20p + 10p = £1.80

8a. £1 + 50p + 20p + 20p + 20p + 20p = £2.30
8b. 50p + 20p + 20p + 20p + 10p + 10p + 10p = £1.40

• Mr Carter

Good understanding Rida, but you also need to give each total in pence too. For example, £1.85=185p

11. Musab H.

silver
£1.85
£1.72
£1.61
£1.80

Gold
Liam can afford it because he has enough money and laura cant

• Mr Carter

Well done for getting on the blog, but you are not doing all of each challenge. For this challenge you also need to give each total in pence too. For example, £1.85=185p

Bronze
5p+50p=55p
10p+5p+20p+20p=55p
20p+20p+10p+5=55p

2p+10p+10p+10p+5p=37p
20p+10p+5p+2p=37p
10p+10p+10p+5p+2p=37p

£1+2+2+2+2=108
£1+5+2+1=108
£1+1+2+5=108

£5+2=502
£5+1+1=502
£4+50+50+2=502

50+20+20+5+2+2=99
20+50+20+5+2+1+1=99
50+10+10+2+1+2+2+2

20+20+20+20+5+2+1=88
50+20+10+5+2+1=88
10+10+10+50+2+1+5=88
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Silver
7a 1.85
1.72
7b 1.61
1.80
8a 2.30
8b 1.40

Gold:
4a Liam =2.75 X
Luara = 3.45
None of them can afford because their money is lower than 3.75 X

6a £1+£1+10p+10p = £2.20

GD- I tried on Greater depth
1-Sometimes X
2-Sometimes
3-Always X
4- always

• Mr Carter

Well done Rayyan, you Bronze answers have used the coins. Not everyone has done this but there are some misconceptions here. Firstly, you have not included the unit of measure for a few.
With your Silver challenges, what is the unit of measure? 185p = 1.85 what?
Also, your calculating for Liam’s coins is not quite right, please think again.

13. Raihaan N.

Bronze
55p =50p+5p=27p+28p=13p+42p
37p =20p+17=35p+2p=21p+16p
108p =58p+50p=100p+8p
502p =250p+252p=372+130p
99p =98p+1p=90p+8p
88p =76p+12p=80p+8p
Silver
7.A a) There is 195p in the jar.1.95
b)There is 182p in the jar.1.82
7.B a) There is 161p in the jar.1.61
b) There is 180p in the jar.1.80
8.A. There is £2.30
8.B. There is £1.40
Gold
Liam can buy a football because he has £2+£1.50+20p+5p=£3.75 Liam has 3.75 so he can buy a football that costs that exact amount.But Laura has £3+40p+25p=3.65 Laura has 3.65 meaning she has 10p less then Liam meaning she can’t buy a football.
Awais could have a 20p a £1 and 2 50p coins.He could also have a 2 £1 and 2 10p coins.

• Mr Carter

You have a few misconceptions here Raihaan. Next time, please make sure you read all the teaching slides, because they would have explained and made it clear how you needed to answer.
For example, where you have said, “13p+42p”, there is no 13p coin or 42p coin. Remember this is all about money and you can only use the coins we have in real life.

Also, when you have converted 185p into decimals, you have put 1.85. What is the unit of measure?

14. Rasan M.

Bronze:
1. 55p
5×11=55p
50p+5p=55p
30p+25p=55p
35p+20p=55p
2. 37p
20p+17p=37p
27p+10p=37p
67p+30p=37p
69p+32p=37p
3. 108p
50p+58p=108p
38p+70p=108p
78p+30p=108p
60p+48p=108p
4. 502p
302p+200p=502p
152p+350p=502p
400p+102=502p
132p+370p=502p
5. 99p
90p+9p=99p
49p+50p=99p
37p+62p=99p
6. 88p
80p+8p=88p
40p+48p=88p
58p+40p=88p
38p+50p=88p
Silver:
7a. A:185p–0.185p
B:182p–0.182p
7b. A:161p–0.161p
B:180p–0.180p

• Mr Carter

You have a few misconceptions here Rasan. Next time, please make sure you read all the teaching slides, because they would have explained and made it clear how you needed to answer.
For example, where you have said, “30p+25p=55p”, there is no 30p coin or 25p coin. Remember this is all about money and you can only use the coins we have in real life.
You have also said, “185p–0.185p” when showing the decimal. To show the decimal, you would need to convert the pence into pounds. e.g. 185p = £1.85. Please can you have a go at correcting your mistakes.

• Rasan M.

1)55p
20p+10p+20p+5p=55p
20p+10p+5p+20p=55p
2) 37p
20p+10p+5p+2p=37p
10p+10p+10p+5p+2p=37p
3)£1.08
50p+50p+5p+1p+1p+1p=£1.08
20p+20p+20p+20p+20p+5p+1p+1p+1p=£1.08
4) £5.02
50p+50p+50p+50p+50p+50p+50p+50p+50p+50p+2p=£5.02
5) 99p
50p+20p+20p+5p+2p+2p=99p
6)88p
20p+20p+20p+20p+5p+1p+1p+1p=88p
Silver:
7a) A)185p=£1.85
B)182p=£1.82
7b) A)161p=£1.61
B)180p=£1.80

15. Sheima B.

BRONZE: How many ways can you make the following amounts of money?

55p 50+5 49+6 48+7 47+8 46+9 45+10
37p 30+7 29+8 28+9 27+10 26+11 25+12
108p 100+8 99+9 98+10 97+11 96+12 95+13
502p 498+4 500+2 499+3 497+5 496+6
99p 90+9 89+10 88+11 87+12 86+13
88p 80+8 79+9 78+10 77+11 76+12
silver
7a. 1 pound 85p 1 pound 72p
7b. 1 pound 65p 1 pound 80p
8a. you have £2.30
8b. you have £1.40

• Miss Roberts

Shemia you are more than capable of gold. Please try and push yourself

16. Ellie T.

55p
Sliver 1 pound 88p
1 pound 72p
1 pound 61 p
1 pound 80 p

• Mr Carter

Well done Ellie.
With your silver answers, you needed to give them in pence and decimal form… e.g. 188p and £1.88. See if you can add these for the other 3.

17. Shabaz A.

Bronze
1. 50p+5p=55p 50+1+1+1+1+1=55 50+2+2+1 50+2+1+1+1=55 are some ways
2. 20+10+5+2=37 10+10+10+2+2+1+2=37 are some ways
3. £1+5p+2p+1p=108p is a way
4. £5+2p=502p £5+1p+1p=502p are ways
5. 50p+50p-1p=99p is a way
6. 50p+20p+10p+5p+2p+1p=88
Silver
7a. A. There is £1.85 B. There is £1.71
7b. A. There is £1.71 B. There is £1.80.
8a. You have £2.30
8b. You have £1.40
Gold
Liam could afford the football because 2 pounds, three fifty pence, twenty pence and a five pence coin which makes £3.75 and Laura made £3.65 which was just ten less than Liam.

• Miss Roberts

Have a look at answer 7ab. And 7ba again. It’s important to always check your answers Shabaz.

• Shabaz A.

7a. £1.85
7b. £1.72

• Shabaz A.

7ba. £1.61

• Miss Roberts

18. Siddra K.

Bronze
55p.1 p+1p+1p+1p+1p+50p=55p
37p. 1p + 20p +16p =37p
108p.50p + 50p + 4p + 4p =108p
502p.250p + 250p + 2p = 502p
99p. 81p + 18p = 99p
88p.70p + 18p = 88p

• Mr Carter

Some good answers Siddra but you were asked to show the amount in lots of different ways. Please make sure you complete challenge how they are requested.

Bronze
35+20=55
50+5=55
45+10=55
55+0=55
40+15=55
30+7=37
20+17=37
25+12=37
35+2=37
10+27=37
£1+8=108
90+18=108
70+38=108
80+28=108
95+13=108
90+9=99
80+19=99
85+14=99
70+29=99
95+4=99
80+8=88
85+3=88
60+28=88
70+18=88
75+13=88
Silver
A. There is £1.85
B. There is £1.72
A. There is £1.61
B. There is £1.80

• Miss Roberts

Can you finish all the questions in silver and gold Danyaal. You are capable of much much more!

Gold
Liam can afford a football and Laura can’t and Liam has £3.75. But Laura has £3.65 so she is 10p short.
The coins Awais could have are two 1 pound coins and 2 ten coins. Then it will equal £2.20 in 4 coins.

20. Yalda N.

Bronze
1+54+55. 5+50=55. 40+15=55. 20+35=55. Are some ways to make 55.
30+7=37. 20+17=37.15+22=37.10+25=37. Are some ways to make 37.
£1+8p=108. £1+2+2+2+2=108. £1+3+3+2=108.Are some ways to make
108.
£5+2=502. £5+1+1=502. £1+£1+£3+2=502. Are some ways.
90+9=99. 50+49=99. 88+11=99. Are some ways.
80+8=88. 40+48=88. 10+40+38=88. Are some ways.

• Mr Carter

You have very few correct answers here Yalda because you haven’t used coin values. For example, where you have said, “40+15=55”, there is no 40p coin or 15p coin. Remember this is all about money and you can only use the coins we have in real life.

Also, please ensure you include your unit of measure (p or £) in each calculation.
e.g. 50p + 1p +2p +2p = 55p

21. 1. 10+10+10+10+10+5= 55p
10+10+10+10+10+2+2+1=55p
50 + 5 =55p
20 + 20 + 10 + 5 = 55p
2. 10 + 10 + 10 + 5 + 2 = 37p
20 + 10 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 1 = 37p
20 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 1 + 1 = 37p
3. 50 + 50 + 5 + 2 + 1 = £1.08p
20 + 20 + 50 + 10 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = £1.08 p
4. £2 + £2 + £1 + 2p = £5.02p
£1 + £1 + £1 + £1 + £1 + 1p + 1p = £5.02p
5. 50 + 20 +10 + 10 + 5 + 2 + 2 = 99p
20 + 20 + 20 + 20 + 10 + 2 + 2+ 2+ 2+1=99p
6.20 + 20 + 20 + 20 + 2 + 2 + 2 +2 =88p
50 + 20 + 10 + 5 + 2 + 1 = 88p

Silver
7a. £1.85 7b. £1.72
8a. £1.61 8b. £1.80

Gold
Liam has £3.75 because £1 + £1 + 50p + 50p + 50p + 20p + 5p = £3.75
Laura has £3.65 because £1 + £1 +£1 + 20p + 20p + 5p + 5p + 5p + 5p + 5p = £3.65. So Liam has enough money to buy the football.

Awais has these coins ; £1 + £1 + 10p + 10p = £2.20

• Miss Roberts

Well done Noah, remember to answer all of the task. As you’ve missed some questions from silver.

22. Timothy C.

Bronze
1.50p+5p=55p 50+1+1+1+1+1=55 50+2+2+1 50+2+1+1+1=55 are some ways
2.20+10+5+2=37 10+10+10+2+2+1+2=37 are some ways
3.£1+5p+2p+1p=108p is a way
4.£5+2p=502p £5+1p+1p=502p are ways
5.50p+50p-1p=99p is a way
6.

• Timothy C.

6.50p+20p+10p+5p+2p+1p=88
Silver
7a. A. There is £1.85 B. There is £1.71
7b. A. There is £1.71 B. There is £1.80.
8a. You have £2.30
8b. You have £1.40
Gold
Laura could’ve of afford the football if she had a 50p instead of two 20p

• Mr Carter

Timothy, please complete all gold challenges as these are the ones that will stretch you.