# Year 4 Maths Challenge

This is your final Summer 2 challenge in year 4.
Use the skills you have gained this year to complete the puzzles below.

BRONZE

SILVER

GOLD

PLATINUM

## 8 thoughts on “Year 4 Maths Challenge”

1. Dylan Chand

Platinum
100:+6×7-6×3-8
Smallest:+9×5/3+7-8
Biggest:6×9/2×5-5

Platinum
100:+6×7-6×3-8
Smallest:+9×5\3×7-8
Biggest:+6×9/2×5-5

I made a mistake in the route to 100
Route to 100:6×7-6×3-8=100

4. Osmaan Sharifi

PLATINUM
Routes to get to 100 ; 6×7 -6 x3 -8 / 7x9dividedby3x5-5
Highest possible route ; 9×7 -6 x7 =399
Lowest possible route ; 9×5 dividedby3 x7 -8 =97
GOLD
Highest possible calculation ; 19+15+17+18=69
Lowest possible calculation ; 17+2+5+6=30
Highest calculation with five numbers ; 14+17+19+5+18=73
BRONZE
4+4+4
2+5+5
9+1+2

• Osmaan Sharifi

Ineed to. Carry on
7+1+4
6+5+1
1+8+3
5+3+4
3+6+3
2+8+2
All three numbers that equal twelve
1+1+5+5
4+2+2+4
5+2+2+3
5+2+4+1
3+3+3+3
5+3+1+3
2+2+5+3
4+3+3+1
All four numbers that equal 12
2+2+4+3+1
1+8+1+1+1
1+3+3+2+3
6+1+2+1+2
2+5+2+2+1

• Osmaan Sharifi

Biggest route is 391 I forgot to minus the 8

Plantium
Route to get to 100:6×7=42-6=36×7-8=100
Biggest route:6×9÷2×5-5
Smallest route: 9×5÷3×7-8

6. Gautam Shrivastava

Bronze

3 cards with the total of 12

1. 1+9+2=12
2. 6+3+3=12
3. 3+5+4=12
4. 6+5+1=12
5. 8+3+1=12
6. 5+5+2=12
7. 7+4+1=12
8. 2+2+8=12
9. 1+6+5=12
10.4+4=4=12

4 cards with the total of 12

1. 3+3+3+3=12
2. 2+4+2+4 =12
3. 9+1+1+1=12
4. 4+4+3+1=12
5. 8+2+1+1=12

5 cards with the total of 12

1. 1+1+1+1+8=12
2. 3+3+2+2+2=12
3. 3+1+4+2+2=12
4. 5+2+3+1+1=12
5. 3+3+3+1+2=12

Sliver
There are 24 stickers in there book of the twins: 3×2+12+4=22 stickers in the book.

Gold
The highest possible score is 20+18+17+13= 68.
The lowest possible score is 17+2+5+6= 30.

The highest possible number with five numbers is 3+17+18+9+20=67

Platinum

Route to get 100: 9×7 ÷ 3×5-5=100

The highest number route is: 6×9÷2×5-5=130.
The lowest number route is: 9×5÷3×7-8=97.