# 12.05.20 – Year 4R home learning Maths.

Good morning Year 4, for today’s learning we are going to compare and order money. Follow the link and look for Lesson 4 – ordering money. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

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## 38 thoughts on “12.05.20 – Year 4R home learning Maths.”

1. Bayleigh M.

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A.£21.12 > £5.52
B.£5.70 734p
B. £37.40>£37.04
C. £3.744,003p
E. 4,037p= £40.37
F. 7,404p<£73.40
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A. 270p, 720p, 2,007p 2,700p, 7,020.
B. £46.50, £46.05, £45.60, £6.45, £4.65
C. 1,289p, 8,291p, 9,128p, £21.89, £82.19
D. 1,289p, £21.89, £82.19, 8,291p , 9,128p

2. Laura M.

I gave up. Dad will send it because part of my work is missing due to errors on blog page.

3. Saffiyah K.

BRONZE:
a) £21.12 > £5.52
b) £5.70 734p
b) £37.40 > £37.04
c) £3.74 4,003p
e) 4,037p = £40.37
f) 7,304 < £73.40

a) 270p, 720p, 2,007p, 2700p, 7020p
b) £46.50, £46.05, £45.60, £6.45, 4.65
c) 1,289p, £21.89, £82.19, 8,291p, 9128p
d) £55.05, 5,500p, £50.50, 550p, £5.05

• Rhema E.

1)£21.12>£5.52
2)£5.70p£37.04
4) I counted the money to see which is greater than the other
Silver
A) 7.43p>7.34p
B)£37.40p>£37.04
C)£374>7.34p
D)£40.07p
E)4,037p=£40.37p
a) 270p,720p,2,007p,2700p,7020p
b)£46.50,£46.05,£45.60,£6.45,£4.65
C)£12.89p,£21.89p,£82.19p,£82.91p,£91.28P
Gold
Huan has 10p,20p and a 50p coin.
The amount I can make is:
30p
60p
80p
Dexter has £6.57p he has 2p more than Teddy and 18p less than Annie.

4. Laura M.

My comments were cut in some places in every post. I try again:
Bronze:
a) £21.12>£5.52
b) £5.70734p
b) £37.40>£37.04
c) £3.744,003p
e) 4,037p=£40.37
f) 7,304p<£73.40
a) 270p,720p,2,007p,2,700p,7,020p
b) £46.50,£46.05,£45.60,£6.45,£4.65
c) 1,289p,8,291p,9,128p,£21.89,£82.19

5. Laura M.

My comments were cut in some places in every post.
I try again:
Bronze:
a)£21.12>£5.52
b)£5.70734p
b)£37.40>£37.04
c)£3.744,003p
e)4,037p=£40.37
f)7,304p<£73.40
a)270p,720p,2,007p,2,700p,7,020p
b)£46.50,£46.05,£45.60,£6.45,£4.65
c)1,289p,8,291p,9,128p,£21.89,£82.19

6. Laura M.

My comments were cut in some places in every post. I try again:
Bronze:
£21.12>£5.52
£5.70734p
£37.40>£37.04
£3.744,003p
4,037p=£40.37
7,304p<£73.40
a)270p,720p,2,007p,2,700p,7,020p
b)£46.50,£46.05,£45.60,£6.45,£4.65
c)1,289p,8,291p,9,128p,£21.89,£82.19

7. Laura M.

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a)>
b)
b)>
c)
e)=
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A)270p,720p,2.007p,2.700p,7.020p
B)£46.50,£46.05,£45.60,£6.45,£4.65
C)1.289p,8.291p,9.128p,£21.89,£82.19

• Laura M.

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• Laura M.

missing silver
b)>
c)
b)<
c) I counted each amount of money

• Laura M.

I had some problems with typing.
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b).
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c).
e)=.
f)<.
a)270p,720p,2,007p,2,700p,7,020p
b)£46.50,£46.05,£45.60,£6.45,£4.65
c)1,289p,8,291p,9,128p,£21.89,£82.19

8. Muhammed A.

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a)>
b)734p
b)£37.40>£37.04
c)£3.74<734p
d)£40.70<4.003
e)4.037p=£40.37
f)7.304p<£73.40

a)
270p
720p
2,007p
2,700p
7,020p
b)
£46,50
£46.05
£45,60
£6.45
£4.65
c)
£12.89p
£21.89p
£82.19p
£82.91p
£91.28p

gold

I think Huan has 10p,20p and a 50p coin.
The amount we can make are
30p
60p
80p

I think Dexter has £6.57p he has 2p more than Teddy and 18p less than Annie.

9. Saanvi S.

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1. £21.12 > £5.52
£20+£1+10+2=£21.12
£2+£2+£1+50+2=£5.52
2. £5.70 £5.70
£10+£5+£5+50+50+5+5+1=£21.11
£5+50+20=£5.70
£5.70 £5.70
£10+£5+£5+50+50+5+5+1=£21.11
£5+50+20=£5.70
I compared the amounts by adding the numbers and see which one is the biggest
Silver
743p>734p
£37.40 >37.04
£3.74>743p
40.07> 4,003
4,037=40,37
7,304< £73,40
1. 270p, 720p, 2,007, 2.700 7,020.
2. £46.50, 46,05, 45,50, 6.45, 4.65
3. 1289, 9.128, 21.89, 82.19

10. Esha A.

Bronze:
1. £21.12p > £5.52p
2. 5.70p < £21.11p
3. I compared by counting the money and seeing the one with more

11. Abdullah A.

bronze:
A.) £21.11>£5.52
B.) £5.70734p A.) 7020p,2700p,2007p,720p,270p
B.)£37.40>£37.04 B.) £4.65,£6.45,£45.60,£46.05,£46.50
C.)£3.744003p
E.)4037p=£40.37
F.)7304<£73.40

Gold:
1.) 50p,20p,10p
2.)Dexter could have £6.65,£.6.69 or he could have £6.72

• Abdullah A.

I did bronze,silver and gold but silver did not get uploaded.The comment was cut off.

12. Steven N.

I done it in my book

13. Miss Nahar

Great work Ravi!
Silver- (C)
734 p =£7.34
So, 734 p > £3.74
Please remember to convert pennies into pounds.

14. Arina A.

bronze:
1. £21.12 > £5.52
£20+£1+10+2=£21.12
£2+£2+£1+50+2=£5.52
2. £5.70 £5.70
£10+£5+£5+50+50+5+5+1=£21.11
£5+50+20=£5.70
Silver:
743p>734p
£37.40 >37.04
£3.74>743p
40.07> 4,003
4,037=40,37
7,304< £73,40
1. 270p, 720p, 2,007, 2.700 7,020.
2. £46.50, 46,05, 45,50, 6.45, 4.65
3. 1289, 9.128, 21.89, 82.19

15. Sabah S.

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£6 12p>£5 52p
£5 70p734p
£37 40p>£37 4p
£3 74p4,003p
4,037p=£40 37p
7,304p<£73 40p

• Sabah S.

Silver
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743p>734p
£37 40p>£37 4p
£3 74p4,003p
4,037p=£40 37p
7,304p<£73 40p

• Miss Nahar

Good try! Please remember to put a decimal before you write pennies eg, £37.40 > £37.04

16. Lisa C.

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• Miss Nahar

Lisa look at the amounts again,
a) £21.12 > £5.52
b) £5.70< £21.11

17. Saira S.

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• Miss Nahar

Saira please also write the amounts you are comparing.
eg. £3.47> £2.54
Please also have a go to attempt silver and gold challenges.

18. Raees A.

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1. £21.12p > £5.52p
2. 5.70p < £21.11p
3. I compared the amounts by counting the amount of money in each side and then choosing which one is bigger.

• Miss Nahar

Well done!

19. Aayan M.

Bronze
1. £21.12 > £5.52
£20+£1+10+2=£21.12
£2+£2+£1+50+2=£5.52
2. £5.70 £5.70
£10+£5+£5+50+50+5+5+1=£21.11
£5+50+20=£5.70
£5.70 £5.70
£10+£5+£5+50+50+5+5+1=£21.11
£5+50+20=£5.70
I compared the amounts by adding the numbers and see which one is the biggest
Silver
743p>734p
£37.40 >37.04
£3.74>743p
40.07> 4,003
4,037=40,37
7,304< £73,40
1. 270p, 720p, 2,007, 2.700 7,020.
2. £46.50, 46,05, 45,50, 6.45, 4.65
3. 1289, 9.128, 21.89, 82.19

• Miss Nahar

Good effort! How do you compare the amounts?
Silver c) 734 p =£7.34
So, 734 p > £3.74
Please remember to convert pennies into pounds.

20. Aayan S.

£20.12p.> £5.52
£5.70 734
£37.40 > £37.04
£3.74 4,003
4,037=£40.37
7,304= £73.40

270p 720p 2,007 2,700 7,020
£4.65 £6.45 £45.60 £46.05 £46.50
1,289 8,291 9,128 £21.89 £82.12

Gold
10p, 20p , 50p
He could have £6.61p

• Miss Nahar

Your some silver challenge answers are a bit hard to understand. You have mixed the amounts.
Sliver b) It is not arranged in descending order
c) Ascending order- numbers are arranged from smallest to largest.

21. Harroop S.

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£20.12>£5.52
£5.70734p
b)£37.40>£37.04
c)£37.4>734
d)£40.07>4,003p
e)£40.7>4,037p
f)£73.40>7,304p
Silver part 2
a) 270p
720p
2,007p
7,020p
2,700p

b)
£46.50
£46.05
£45.60
£6.45
£4.65
c)
1,289p
8,291p
9,128p
£21.89
£82.19
Gold
I think 10p 20p 50p
I add them up the amount is 80p
Gold part 2
£6.57
The amounts are £6.57
£6.56

• Miss Nahar

Great effort Harroop
Silver- (C)
734 p =£7.34
So, 734 p > £3.74
Please remember to convert pennies into pounds.

22. Ridwan U.

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• Miss Nahar

Ridwan you are much more capable than this. This is not a Year 4 standard work.
Please redo this work.

23. Ravi J.

Bronze:
Write or= to compare each number.
1. £21.12 > £5.52
£20+£1+10+2=£21.12
£2+£2+£1+50+2=£5.52
2. £5.70 £5.70
£10+£5+£5+50+50+5+5+1=£21.11
£5+50+20=£5.70
3. I compare the amounts by adding the number and then see which one is bigger.
Silver:
743>734
£37.40> £37.04
£3.74> 734p
40.07> 4,003
4,037=40,37
7,304< £73,40
1. 270p, 720p, 2,007, 2.700 7,020.
2. £46.50, 46,05, 45,50, 6.45, 4.65
3. 1289, 9.128, 21.89, 82.19
Gold:
5p 10p 20p 50p

• Miss Nahar

Great work Ravi!
Silver- (C)
734 p =£7.34
So, 734 p > £3.74
Please remember to convert pennies into pounds.