# Year 3 Maths Challenge – Summer 1

Rotten Romans Maths Challenge!

Bronze:

1. The Roman army had 30 legions. If 7 legions sailed across the ocean to conquer Britain, how many legions were left to guard Rome?

2. What is X + C =

3. What is L + L + V =

4. What is D – C =

Silver:

5. In the Roman army, ‘centuries’ consisted of 80 men. How many men were there in 15 centuries?

6. Research how many miles Coventry is from Rome.

Gold:

8. Design a Roman mosaic tile using a repeated pattern of right angled triangles and squares. Show your teacher!

## 63 thoughts on “Year 3 Maths Challenge – Summer 1”

1. Zubeyr H.

I did my answers on a piece of paper.

2. Scarlett D.

Bronze
1. There were twenty-three legions left.
2. X+c=110
3. L+L+v=105
4. D-c=400

3. Umar-Faruq Akinwale

Bronze:
1.30-7=23
2.x+c=110
3.l+l+v=105
4.D-C=400

Silver:
1.80×15=1010
2.coventry is 1,277.1miles from Rome

Gold:
1.1822 years ago was when haidrians wall was built.

4. Hamza Mohammed

Gold:

Bronze

1.23 legions would be left to guard Rome.
2.X+C=XC
3.L+L+V=CV
4.D-C=400

Silver

1.1010
2.1,277.1
3.1,200 years ago.

5. Hamza Mohammed

Bronze:
1. The Roman army had 30 legions. If 7 legions sailed across the ocean to conquer Britain, how many legions were left to guard Rome? 30-7=23
2. What is X + C =110
100+10=110
3. What is L + L + V =105
50+50+5=105
4. What is D – C =400
500-100=400
Silver:
5. In the Roman army, ‘centuries’ consisted of 80 men. How many men were there in 15 centuries?
80×15=1200
6. Research how many miles Coventry is from Rome.
20 h 17 min (1,276 miles)

6. Leeda Daud

Bronze:
1.The Roman army had 30 legions.If 7 legions sailed across the ocean to conquer Britain,how many legions were left to guard Rome?23 guards were left to guard Rome.
2.What is x+c=110
3.What is L+L+V=105
4.What is D-C=40

7. Xamsa Haji

x+c=110
L+l+v=105
400