27 thoughts on “3W. Maths Home Learning. 21.05.20

  1. 12 pm – 3 pm > 3 pm – 5 pm
    07:00 am = 07:00 pm -09:00
    09:00 am
    12 pm – 1:00 pm < 12 am – 1:00
    1:00 am – 2:00 am Manchester.
    I would choose 02:15 to win the race because it is the quickest time.
    I would choose 02:30 because it is longer .
    They left at different times but both journeys were the same amount.
    Ramesh ran the slowest because he took 1 hour and 20 minutes and the others ran for 50 minutes..

  2. 12pm-3pm>3pm-5pm
    The duration from Birmingham is 1 hour 30 minutes
    The duration from London is 1 hour 30 minutes
    The duration from Manchester is 1 hour 50 minutes

    • Good girl for having a go Safa. Just check c again please and look carefully at the p.m and a.m. Also have a go at the rest of the bronze question.

    • Hi Afreen, good girl for having a go. Please watch the learning video and have another go at bronze. If you need support, comment on here and I will help you.

  3. Bronze
    a)12 pm—3 pm >3pm—5pm
    b)07:00am—09:00am =07:00pm—09:00pm
    a) the duration of the train to Birmingham is 1 hours 30 minutes.
    b) the train journey to London is less than the journey to Manchester.
    c) the train journey to Manchester is more than the journey to Birmingham.
    d) London < Manchester
    a) I would choose 02:15 because it is the quickest one.
    b) I choose 02:30 because it is longest one and if you sprint longer you will have more opportunities to win.
    2. They took the same 35 minutes from home to school but they started and arrived time are different.
    Jim took 50 minutes
    Anna took 50 minutes
    Ramesh took 80 minutes
    So Ramesh is the slowest one.

    • BRONZE
      A the dutelites of the train to build rest an hour or a minites
      B the train journey to London is nike then the jouney to muchire.
      C the train journey to muchire i’s a then the journey is briends
      D London _ machine

      • Hi Haaris. Your work today is to compare durations of time using < (less than) = (equal) > (greater than). First thing you need to do is find out the duration of both times, then compare them. Maybe it will help if you have another look at yesterdays lesson. If you still struggle just leave a comment and we will help you.

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