This week in Maths, we have continued our Geometry unit by learning all about perimeter.

Have a go at the challenges below in your homework books. Try your best, and aim high!

**Bronze:**

**Silver: **

**Gold:**

**Greater Depth:**

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Bronze

1.12cm

2. 41.2cmcm

Silver

1.30cm

2.16cm

Gold

1. 124cm

2.160cm

1.30cm

2.60cm

silver:

1.30cm

2.12cm

Bronze

1.12cm

2.41.2cm

Silver

1.30cm

2.16cm

1. 16 cm

2. 1.6 m

Silver:

Did in my homework book.

Gold:

1. 24 / 4 = 6 |True|

2. 34 / 4 = 8.5 |False|

3. 44 / 4 = 11 |True|

4. 54 / 4 = 13.5 |False|

5. 64 / 4 = 16 |True|

6. 74 / 4 = 18.5 |False|

Greater depth:

Did in my homework book.

Bronze:

1. 60mm(6cm)+60mm(6cm)+2cm+2cm=16cm

2. 0.6m+0.6m+20cm+20cm=52cm

silver:

1. 30cm

2. 12cm

Bronze

The first rectangle’s perimeter is 16cm.

The second rectangle’s perimeter is 1.6m.

Silver

Will do later,need to ask question to LSA

Gold

24÷4=6 Yes

34÷4=8.5 No

44÷4=11 Yes

54÷4=13.5 No

64÷4=16 Yes

74÷4=18.5 No

10m+10m+6m+6m=32m

12m+12m+8m+8m=30m

11m+11m+7m+7m=36m

SILVER

1)it has 34cm

2)it has 16 cm

1.60+60 =120 2+2=4 60+60+2+2=420

Bronze

60+60=120

2+2=4

60+60+2+2=420