6R Friday Maths 15/5

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Today we are giving you some fun maths challenges! Challenges 1-6 are for everyone and Challenges 7 – 10 are for those who want to stretch their brains! Have a go (with your family!)

Stretch your brains!

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  1. 1) ⭐️= 10
    💙=17
    🔺=0
    2)10p×6=60
    5×3=15
    15+60=75
    75-59=16
    16÷2=8 Therefore 1 pencil is 8p
    3) Amir made 538 and Donna made 853. 853-538=315
    4) The perimeter of the large rectangle is 64cm

  2. Challenge 1
    Star ⭐️ = 10
    Heart 💙 = 17
    Triangle 🔺= 0

    Challenge 2
    10×6=60
    5×3=15
    60+15=75
    75-59=16
    16➗2=8
    So each pencil costs 8 p

    Challenge 3
    853-538=315

    Challenge 4
    64cm

  3. Challenge 1.
    Star=20
    Heart=17
    Triangle=0
    Challenge2.
    1 pencil=8p
    Challenge 3.
    The two numbers are 853 and 538
    Challenge 4.
    The perimeter is 64 cm
    Challenge 5.
    The big rectangle is now 240cm long

  4. Challenge 1
    Star=10
    Heart=17
    Triangle=0
    Challenge 2
    1 pencil costs 8p
    Challenge 3
    The two numbers are 853 and 538
    Challenge 4
    The perimeter is 64cm
    Challenge 5
    It is 240cm
    Challenge 6
    22.5cm is the total height of the new tower.

  5. Challenge 1:
    Star=10
    Heart=17
    Triangle=0
    Challenge 2:
    1 pencil costs 8p
    Challenge 3:
    The two numbers are 853 and 538
    Challenge 4:
    The perimeter is 64cm
    Challenge 5:
    The big rectangle is now 240cm long.
    Challenge 6:
    22.55cm.

  6. Challenge-1
    1. ✡️+✡️=20
    10+10=20
    2. 💟-✡️=7
    17-10=7
    3. 💟-💟=🔼
    17-17=0
    Challenge-2
    The two peck cost 16 because when we add six 10p and three 5p so the total number is 75p. 10p+10p+10p+10p+10p+10p+5p+5p+5p=75p.75p-59p=16p.
    Challenge-3
    They make 358 and 385 cards.
    Challenge-4
    Perimeter of the large rectangle is 32.
    Challenge-5
    224cm
    Challenge-6
    17.9cm

  7. Challenge 1:
    Star + Star= 20 Star= 10.
    Heart – Star=7. Heart =17
    Heart – Heart =Triangle. Triangle=0.
    Challenge 2:
    A pencil costs 8p.
    Challenge 3:
    853 and 538.
    Challenge 4:
    The rectangle is 56cm.
    Challenge 5:
    The length of the blocks is 480cm.
    Challenge 6:
    22.5cm.

  8. Challenge 1:
    1)star+ star = 10 because star is 10 another star is 10 which makes = 20
    2) Heart -Star = 7 heart is take away 9 star is 2 which makes=7
    3) heart-heart=0 heart is 9 take away another heart is 9 = 0
    Challenge 2:
    A pencil cost 10p .

  9. Challenge 1:
    Star=10
    Heart=17
    Triangle=0
    Challenge 2:
    10p + 10p + 10p + 10p + 10p + 10p =60p
    5p + 5p + 5p =15p
    all = 75p
    he buys apple = 59p
    75p – 59p =16p
    6 divided by 2 = 8p or half of 16p = 8p
    each pencil cost = 8p

    Challenge 3
    Perimeter=64cm

  10. Challenge 1.
    *Star+Star=20= ( 10+10=20)
    *Heart-Star=7= ( 9-2=7)
    *Heart-Heart=? ( 4-5=1) Answer. =1

    Challenge 2.
    If Tom has six of 10p and three 5p. Buying an apple and 2 pencils. The apple is 59 but we need to workout what the 2 pencil are worth. answer is Pencil=8p

    Challenge 3.
    Well to my understanding. Amir’s and Donna’s numbers must be.
    ^ 385
    ^ 358

  11. Challenge 1.
    *Star+Star=20= ( 10+10=20)
    *Heart-Star=7= ( 9-2=7)
    *Heart-Heart=? ( 4-5=1) Answer. =1
    —————-‐———‐—–‐—————-‐—-‐————–
    Challenge 2.
    If Tom has six of 10p and three 5p. Buying an apple and 2 pencils. The apple is 59 but we need to workout what the 2 pencil are worth. My answer is Pencil=8p
    ———————————————————————
    Challenge 3.
    Well to my understanding. Amir’s and Donna’s numbers must be.

    ^ 385
    ^ 358
    ———————————————————————
    Challenge 4.
    Well if you calculate the 4cm then you would get the answer of 64cm.
    So therefore. The perimeter of this big rectangle is 64cm.
    ———————————————————————
    Challenge 5.
    If its times x the width y then obviously it would be 240cm long where we times it.
    ——————————————–‐————————
    Challenge 6.
    Well if we half all the others tower we will get the correct answer. So the answer to this is that the last tallest tower is.
    24.0cm
    I’m so sorry teachers if this is wrong. I had a try.

  12. Challenge 1:
    Star=10
    Heart=17
    Triangle=0
    Challenge 2:
    Six 10p is equal to sixty pence.Three 5 pence is equal to 15 pence.Add them together is equal to 75 pence.75 subtract 59 is equal to 16.If there are two pencils then one of them has to equal 8 pence.
    Challenge 3:
    The numbers that they made were 853 and 385.
    Challenge 4:
    The perimeter of the large rectangle is 44cm.
    Challenge 5:
    4.8m
    Challenge 6:
    22.55cm

    • Well done Umar, remember to show all your working out. Try to complete challenges 7-10, I know you are more than capable of trying to solve these!

  13. Challenge 1
    * + *= 20
    10+10=20
    ♥ – *= 17
    17-10=17
    ♥ – ♥= ^
    17-17=0

    Challenge 2
    A pencil costs 8 pence

    Challenge 3
    385 and 358

    Challenge 4
    I think if you put the rectangles lengthway you would get 256 centimeters.

    • Challenge 6
      Hexagonal Prism and Cube =15.6 cm
      If you take the hexagon prism of the cube you stay with 10 cm ( for the cube).
      Cube and Cylinder =18.3 cm
      If you take the cylinder of the cube you have 8.3 cm left.
      Cylinder =8.3 cm
      Cube =10 cm
      Hexagonal Prism = 5.6cm
      My theory is if you add the hexagonal prism (5.6 cm) and the cylinder (8.3 cm) you will get 13.9 cm. That is the exact same measurement just like on the third picture on the hexagonal prism and the cylinder. As a result of that, you will know that the cube is 10 cm. So, if you add 10 cm to 13.9 cm you will get 23.9 cm and that will be the answer of the three shapes put together on top of eah other.

      Challnege 7
      The fraction shaded is 5/8.

      Challenge 8
      Liso needs 14 more to shade in.

      Challenge 9
      In the book there are 510 pages.

      Challenge 10
      Perimeter= 54 units.

  14. Challenge 1:
    1.)Star+Star=20
    [10+10=20]
    2.)Heart-Star=7
    [17-10=7]
    3.)Heart-Heart=Triangle
    [17-17=0]
    Challenge 2:
    1 pencil costs 8p.
    Challenge 3:
    The numbers that Amir and Donna:
    -385
    -358

  15. bronze:
    star + star =20
    [10+10]
    heart -star =
    [10 – 7 = 3]
    heart – heart = triangle
    7 – 7 = 0
    challenge 2:
    10p + 10p + 10p + 10p + 10p + 10p =60p
    5p + 5p + 5p =15p
    all = 75p
    he buys apple = 59p
    75p – 59p =16p
    6 divided by 2 = 8p or half of 16p = 8p
    each pencil cost = 8p

  16. Challenge 1)
    1)Star + Star = 20.
    1) 10 + 10 = 20.
    2) Heart -Star = 7
    2)9 – 2 = 7
    3)Heart -Heart= Triangle
    3)8 – 8 = 4

    Challenge 2)
    1) One pencil costs 8p . I did 60 + 15 = 75p then I did 75 – 59 = 16p then I halved 16p which equals 8p.

    Challenge 3)
    Amir and Donna could’cave made these numbers :
    ▪️385
    ▪️358

    Challenge 4)
    The perimeter of the large rectangle is 12cm . I did 4 x 3 = 12 because there were three large rectangles.

  17. Bronze:
    1. ✡️+✡️=20
    (10+10)
    2. 💟-✡️=7
    (10-7)
    3.💟-💟=🔺
    (4-2=2)

    Challenge 2:
    1. A pencil costs 10p.

    Challenge 3:
    1. Amir and Donna could’ve made numbers like:
    .385
    .358

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