11.05.20 – 4W Maths Home Learning

Morning 4 White, 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

39 thoughts on “11.05.20 – 4W Maths Home Learning

  1. 1. 50 + 5 =55. 45 +10 = 40 + 15 .
    2.30 + 7 =37 40 – 3 = 37 45 – 8 = 37 .
    3.100 + 8 = 108 77 + 35 =108 99 + 9 = 108 .
    4. 500 + 2 =502 507 – 5 = 502 510 – 8 502 .
    5. 90 + 9 = 99 88 + 11 = 99 108 – 9 = 99.
    6. 80 + 8 = 88 99 – 11 = 88 45 + 43 = 88

  2. Bronze
    1)55p
    50+5=55p,10×5+5=55p,20+20+10+5=55p
    2)37p
    10×3+5+2=37p,20+10+5+2=37p,1×37=37p
    3)108p
    £1+5+3=108p,50+50+5+2+1=108p,108×1,54×2=108
    4)502p
    £1+1+1+1+1+2p=502p, £2+£2+£1+1p+1p=502
    5)99p
    100p-1p=99p,50+50+20+20+5+2+2=99
    6)88p
    50+20+10+5+3=88,10×8+5+2+1=88
    Silver
    7a
    Jar A 1.85
    Jar B1.72
    8a
    50+20+20+20+20=2.30p
    7b
    Jar A =1.61
    Jar b= 1.80
    8b
    50+20×3+3×10
    50+60+30=1.40
    Gold
    6a
    £1+£1+10p+10p

  3. 1 5p+50p,55p+0p,45p+10p,15p+40p
    30p+7p,5+32,38-1
    100+8,3+105,10+98
    502p+0p,1p+501p,510p-8p
    99p-0p,88+11,
    80p+8p,90p-2p,60p+38p
    Silver
    1 1.85
    2 1.72
    3 2.30
    4 1.40
    Gold
    Liam because he has more then her and he has more the the money 💴 you need to buy the football ⚽️
    He has 2 1 pound coins and 2 10p coins

    • Thank you for your email Adeena- good work!
      Just check Laura’s total on gold- how much does she have? How many more pence does she need to buy the football for £3.75?

  4. 1. 50 + 5 =55. 45 +10 = 40 + 15 .
    2.30 + 7 =37 40 – 3 = 37 45 – 8 = 37 .
    3.100 + 8 = 108 77 + 35 =108 99 + 9 = 108 .
    4. 500 + 2 =502 507 – 5 = 502 510 – 8 502 .
    5. 90 + 9 = 99 88 + 11 = 99 108 – 9 = 99.
    6. 80 + 8 = 88 99 – 11 = 88 45 + 43 = 88

  5. Bronze
    1.50p + 5p = 55p
    2.27p + 10p = 37p
    3.88p + 20p = 108p
    4.£5 + 2p = 502p
    5.37p + 62p = 99p
    6.44p + 44p = 88p
    Silver
    1)A. There is 185p in this jar. As a decimal,this is £1.85.
    B. There is 172p in this jar. As a decimal ,this is £1.72.
    2)A. There is 161p in this jar. As a decimal,this is £1.61.
    B. There is 180p in this jar. As a decimal,this is £1.80.
    3)1. As a decimal,you have £2.30.
    2. As a decimal,you have £1.40.
    Gold
    1) I know that Liam has enough money than Laura because if you add 2 one pound coins,three 50 pence coins,a 20 pence coins and a 5 pence coin,you will get £3.75p which is the price of the ball.
    2) Awais can have two £1 coins and two 10p coins in his wallet. Altogether,he will have £2.20.
    GD
    1) The first statement is Never.
    The second statement is Always.
    The third statement is Never.
    The last statement is Always.
    My own always,sometimes and never question:
    There are 2 £1’s,4 20p’s and 3 5p’s.
    John picks 4 coins each time.
    Complete these statements with always,sometimes and never:
    *There can be a total which ends in 3
    *You can make 90p
    *You can make a total which is a multiple of 2
    Please put your answers below.

    • Great Hamaad! Here are my answers to your GD statements. Can you mark them, am I right? Explain why/why not.
      *There can be a total which ends in 3
      My answer: never. The total will only ever end in a 5 or a zero.
      *You can make 90p.
      My answer: Never. the closest you can get is 85p.
      *You can make a total which is a multiple of 2.
      My answer: Sometimes. If the number ends in 5, it will not be a multiple of two.

  6. Bronze
    1. 55p
    2. 37p
    3. 1.08p
    4. 5.02p
    5. .99p
    6. .88p
    Silver
    7a.
    A. 1.85p
    B. 1.72p
    7b.
    A. 1.61p
    B. 1.80p
    Gold
    Liam is aloud to buy the football because he has £3.75.
    Laura is not aloud to buy the football because she has £3.65.

  7. GOLD

    1] Liam has £3.75
    2] Laura has £3.65
    3] Liam can buy the football because Liam has the exact amount of money. Whilst Laura is 10p short.
    4] I think he has one £1 coin, two 50 pences and one 20 pence.

    GD

    1] She can make a total which ends in 2 – never
    2] She can make an odd or even numbers – sometimes
    3] She can make an amount greater than £6 – always
    4] She can make a total which is a multiple of 5 – true

  8. 1. 50 + 5 =55. 45 +10 = 40 + 15 .
    2.30 + 7 =37 40 – 3 = 37 45 – 8 = 37 .
    3.100 + 8 = 108 77 + 35 =108 99 + 9 = 108 .
    4. 500 + 2 =502 507 – 5 = 502 510 – 8 502 .
    5. 90 + 9 = 99 88 + 11 = 99 108 – 9 = 99.
    6. 80 + 8 = 88 99 – 11 = 88 45 + 43 = 88

    • Sammi remember you are working with the amount of money/coins,
      Example-55p- 20p+20p+10p+5p, how many coins can you use to add up to the amount in the bronze challenge. Have a go again please Sammi and make sure you read the questions properly.

  9. ************
    silver
    ***********
    7a.
    A £1.85
    B £1.72

    7b.
    A £1.61
    B £1.8

    8a £2.30
    8b £1.40

    ************
    GOLD
    ***********
    4a.
    Liam has £3.75
    Laura has £3.65
    so Liam can afford to buy football

    6a.
    Awais has
    £1 + 50p + 50p + 20p
    or £1 + £1 + 10p + 10p
    or £2 + 10p + 5p +5p

    *******************
    Greater Depth
    *******************
    – She can make a total which ends in 2 – Never
    – she can make an odd amount – sometimes
    – she can make an amount greater than £6 – never

    she can make a total which is a multiple of 5p. – Always

    she can make more than 20p -always
    she can make more than £10 – never
    she can make a multiple of 3p – sometimes

    • Sorry that was a mistake
      Bronze
      £1.85p=1.85
      £1.72p=1.72
      £1.61p=1.61
      £1.80p=1.80
      Gold
      Liam can buy a football because he has enough money .However Laura can’t because she said that she has £3.45p not £3.75p.she needs 30p more to buy the football.
      Awais has 4 coins and they are £1,£1,10p and 10p.

    • Safya, I’m sure you can do more then this. Please make sure you put as much effort in as you do at school and apply this to the blogs. Please complete all the challenges too.

    • Bolu, I think you have got a little confused, the bronze challenge was asking you to find as many ways to find the amount of the money below-
      55- 7 ways, 50p+5p, 20p+20p+10p+5p, there could be more, can you work them out and write them back on here please.
      37p
      108p
      502p
      99p
      The silver challenge is correct but make sure you complete all of the silver challenge.
      88p

  10. Silver
    7a.
    A =185pence
    Decimal = 1.85
    B= 172pence
    Decimal= 1.72
    7b.
    A= 161 pence
    Decimal = 1.61
    B= 180 pence
    Decimal = 1.80
    8a.
    Decimal= 2.30 is how much money you have.
    8b.
    Decimal= 1.40 is how much money you have.
    Gold
    Liam has : 3.75
    Laura has: 3.65
    Liam can by the football because Liam has the exact amount of money. Whilst Laura is 10p short.
    6a.
    I think he has one £1 coin, two 50 pences and one 20 pence.
    Greater depth
    🌞She can make a total which ends in 2. NEVER
    🌞She can make an odd or even numbers. SOMETIMES
    🌞She can make an amount greater than £6. ALWAYS
    🌞She can make a total which is a multiple of 5. TRUE
    🤔SHE CAN MAKE A TOTAL LESS THE £4. ( sometimes)
    🤔 SHE CAN COUNT HER TOTAL IN 5s. ( Always)
    🤔SHE CAN ROUND IT TO £7. (Never)
    🤔SHE HAS A TOTAL OF £6.25 ( True)
    🤔

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