Hello Year 5,

This half term’s Maths Challenge links to our Rivers topic.

Bronze

The River Nile is 4132 miles long – round to the nearest 1000, 100 or 10.

Where are the coldest waters in the world? Find the location of the coldest waters around the world and identify the average temperature. Put the waters in descending order. Remember to label and explain.

Silver

Calculate the temperature of the Pacific Ocean and calculate the temperature differences of this throughout the year e.g. the maximum and minimum temperatures.

Locate the 3 deepest oceans and calculate the combined depth of these in metres and km.

Then order these oceans by the depth and then by temperature too.

Gold

The Atlantic Ocean covers approximately 106,400,000 square kilometres which is 20% of the Earth’s surface. How many square kilometres is the Earth’s surface?

How many square kilometres is the surface of the earth covered by land? What percentage is this?

Can you order the oceans by square kilometres too?

Good luck Year 5 – Complete your work in your homework books and send it to this Sharepoint.

I have done it.

Well done Luxor-Look forward to reading it tomorrow. Please make sure you complete the reading challenge as well.

Lawy – This is to help you or anyone else that is stuck.

Bronze for the second part have a look at this website to research about the coldest rivers in the world and then sort in descending order. https://www.worldatlas.com/amp/articles/which-is-the-coldest-river-in-the-world.html

Silver challenge – research the temperature of the Pacific Ocean throughout the year then calculate the differences between some of the months. For e.g Jan – May

Complete this and see how you get on. Please let me know tomorrow if you struggle.

Okay Miss Khan

Okay Mrs Khan

Silver

1)509 600 000 Square km

Bronze

1)4130

2)4100

3)4000

Done it in my homework book

I did my work and uploaded it to the SharePoint.

I have done in my homework book

I have done this in my homework book.

I did it in my homework book.

I have done this in my homework book and I will bring it on Monday.I have also done the education city and I scored 100%.

I did bronze and silver and I have uploaded onto sharepoint.. I will also bring my homework book into school.

Bronze:

Round 4132 to the nearest 10,100 or 1000

10: 4130

100: 4100

1000: 4000

Silver:

The standard temperature of it is 87 degree’s

The minimune temperature of it is 32 degree’s

The maximum tempurature of it is 92 degree’s

Pacific 10,911 m deep

Indian 3,741 m deep

Southern Ocean 4,000 and 5,000 m deep

I uploaded it

I have done the Maths challenge in my homework book and will bring it into school.

I did the maths challenge and uploaded it. I also got 100% on my education city homework.

Bronze:

4132

nearest 10=4130

nearest 100=4130

nearest 1000=4000

Eastern Antarctic Plateau, Antarctica (-94°C)

Vostok Station Antarctica (-89.2°C)

Silver

The average temperature of the Pacific Ocean is 39F-86F

The minimum temperature of the Pacific Ocean is 32F

The maximum temperature of the Pacific Ocean is 90F

Pacific Ocean 10,911 Meters deep

Atlantic Ocean 8,376 Meters deep

Indian Ocean 7,258 Meters deep

Depth altogether =26545 Metres

i have done my maths challenge and will bring it in.

I have finished my math challenge I will bring it in on Monday

Bronze

The River Nile is 4132 miles long – round to the nearest 1000, 100 or 10.

10=4130

100=4100

1000=4000

Where are the coldest waters in the world?

The Arctic Ocean is the coldest ocean, with average temperatures of about 28°F,

Locate the 3 deepest oceans

Southern Ocean is anywhere from -2 to 10°C or 28 to 50°F.

Silver

Calculate the temperature of the Pacific Ocean

The average temperature of the Pacific Ocean is 39F-86

The minimum temperature of the Pacific Ocean is −1.4 °C (29.5 °F)

The maximum temperature of the Pacific Ocean is 90F.

Pacific= 11,022 m

Indian= 8,047 m

Southern= 7,236 m

Depth altogether =26546 Metres

Zainab, this homework should have been done in your homework book or sent to the share point. Have a look at Bronze challenge again please.

I am doing it in my book

bronze

nearest 10 is 4130

nearest 100 is 4100

nearest1000 is 4100

I did it in my book.

Bronze.

4132 Round to the nearest:

10-4130

100-4100

1000-4000

Silver.

Temperature of the Pacific Ocean.

Minimum temperature-2

Average temperature-38.3

Maximum temperature-79.5

Azaan, please have a look at the second part of bronze and look at silver challenge again. This should be completed in your homework book.

miss masters, i typed it on this thing called pain my sister gave some facts

Bronze –

The River Nile is 4132 miles long – round to the nearest 1000, 100 or 10.

10 – 4130

100 – 4100

1000 – 400

Artic ocean (28°F)

Vostok station Antarctica (-89.2°C)

I will also do education city or the other homework!

Bronze:

4132

nearest 10=4130

nearest 100=4130

nearest 1000=4000

Eastern Antarctic Plateau, Antarctica (-94°C)

Vostok Station Antarctica (-89.2°C)

Silver

The average temperature of the Pacific Ocean is 39F-86F

The minimum temperature of the Pacific Ocean is 32F

The maximum temperature of the Pacific Ocean is 90F

Pacific Ocean 10,911 Meters deep

Atlantic Ocean 8,376 Meters deep

Indian Ocean 7,258 Meters deep

Depth altogether =26545 Metres

Gold

The square km of the Earth ‘s land is 510.1 million km²[29.2]

Bronze.

4132 Round to the nearest:

10-4130

100-4100

1000-4000

Silver is to hard.

Bronze.

4132 Round to the nearest:

10-4130

100-4100

1000-4000

Silver.