Year 5 Autumn 2 Maths Challenge

Please complete these on paper as many will need diagrams to complete your work.

Bronze:

How do you know?

Draw a diagram to show this.

Silver

What is a prime number? Create a checklist to help someone work out if their number is prime.

Gold

Use the same method to show all the factors for 24 and then 36.

Platinum

How did you solve it? Define a prime number and a square number.

List all the square numbers up to 100.

37 responses to “Year 5 Autumn 2 Maths Challenge”

bronze
10 times 800=8000
8000-800=8000=7200meters
silver
The missing prime numbera are 17 and 19
gold
factors of 12 is
12346
factors for 24 is
1246812
factors for 36 is
1234691218

2. Abul-Qasim H.

Bronze
10 x 800 = 8000
8000 – 800 = 7200 meters
Silver
The missing prime numbers are 17 and 29.

3. Abdullah K.

Bronze:
Alex ran 7200.I know this because 800 x 1000 = 8000 – 800= 7200
Silver:
2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,
Gold:
The factors for 12 is
1,2,3,4,6,
The factors for 24 is
1,2,4,6,8,12,
The factors for 36 is
1,2,3,4,6,9,12,18,

Abdullah