42 thoughts on “Year 6 Maths Challenge

  1. Gold Challenge:Q2

    First we start with what we know, we know that 7+4u=70-3u. We have to work out what the value of u is. First we use the method of changing the letters with the number, this turns out as 4u+3u=70-7.This means that 7u=63. Now we have to divde 63 by 7 because we need to find u, 63/7= 9. This means that u = 9.

    Zakariya Hasan

  2. Silver Challenge:

    Top Rows:
    1st Row:27
    2nd Row:25
    3rd Row:20
    4th Row:28

    Bottom Columns:

    1st Column:26
    2nd Column:25
    3rd Column:22
    4th Column:27

    by Anis :)

  3. Silver Challenge:

    Top Rows:
    1st Row:27
    2nd Row:25
    3rd Row:20
    4th Row:28

    Bottom Columns

    1st Column:26
    2nd Column:25
    3rd Column:22
    4th Column:27

    By Devontay

  4. Q2

    7+ 4u = 70- 3u

    The numbers which are similar need to be put together to work out the answer.4u and 3u are similar so you need to put them together. Then put 70 and 7 together.
    Now:

    4u+3u=70-7
    7u=63
    u=9

  5. Silver Challenge:
    Top Rows:
    1st Row:27
    2nd Row:25
    3rd Row:20
    4th Row:28
    Bottom Columns:
    1st Column:26
    2nd Column:25
    3rd Column:22
    4th Column:27

    Hope you enjoy! From Amaan Ahmed 6M. :)

  6. 7+4u=70-3u

    first we must get all the digits which look the same in one column and make them the opposite so – turns to +:

    4u+3u=70-7

    then find the answer to the number sentence:

    4u+3u=7u 70-7=63

    So u=63/7=9.

  7. I forgot my piece of paper to bring to school
    Silver Challenge

    right row:
    1-27
    2-25
    3-20
    4-30
    lower column
    1-26
    2-30
    3-22
    4-27

    By Hammad Gul
    Plus sorry for then late giving in.
    I forgot my Piece Of Paper.

  8. Q2.

    7 + 4u = 70 – 3u

    First move the numbers with letters on one side and the other numbers on the other side. Remember:do the opposite operation when you move the numbers.

    4u + 3u = 70 – 7

    7u = 63

    u = 9

    • Top Row:
      The first Row= 27
      The second Row= 25
      The third Row= 20
      The forth Row= 22
      Bottom Row:
      1. 26
      2.25
      3.22
      4. 27
      I HOPE YOU ENJOY :)

  9. Silver Challenge:

    Top Rows:
    1st Row:27
    2nd Row:25
    3rd Row:20
    4th Row:28

    Bottom Columns:
    1st Column:26
    2nd Column:25
    3rd Column:22
    4th Column:27

  10. Silver Challenge:
    1st row:27
    2nd row:25
    3rd row:20
    4th row:28

    Bottom rows:
    1st row:26
    2nd row:25
    3rd row:22
    4th row:27

    By Sarah Kauser 6M :) ;) :)

  11. The top coloum’s:
    The first column-24
    The second column-25
    The third column-20
    The last column-16

    The bottom row’s
    The first row-24
    The second-20
    The third-26
    The last row- 16

    This is Abena’s work hope the Teachers liked it

  12. Silver Challenge:
    Top Rows:
    1st Row:27
    2nd Row:25
    3rd Row:20
    4th Row:28

    Bottom Columns:
    1st Column:24
    2nd Column:25
    3rd Column:22
    4th Column:27

    Hope its right

  13. Silver Challenge:

    Top Rows:
    1st Row:27
    2nd Row:25
    3rd Row:20
    4th Row:28

    Bottom Columns:
    1st Column:26
    2nd Column:25
    3rd Column:22
    4th Column:27

  14. Silver:
    Row 1) 16+6+5=27
    Row 4) 16+12=28
    Column 1) 16+6+5=27
    Column 2) 12+10=22
    Column 3) 12+8+5=25

    I have done the Gold challenge on a piece of paper which I will bring in because I can’t show my working out on the blog. :)

  15. Silver Challenge:
    Front Rows.
    1 st column:24
    2nd column:25
    3rd column:20
    4th column:16
    Bottom Rows
    1st row:24
    2nd row : 20
    3rd row:16
    4th row:26
    BY FLORIDA MALAJ 6S

  16. Silver Challenge:

    Top Rows:
    1st Row:27
    2nd Row:25
    3rd Row:20
    4th Row:28

    Bottom Columns:
    1st Column:26
    2nd Column:25
    3rd Column:22
    4th Column:27

    I worked really hard so I hope I did good!! :) :) :P

  17. Silver challenge:
    1st row : 24
    2nd row : 25
    3rd row : 20
    4th row : 16
    Bottom column:
    1st column: 24
    2nd colum : 20
    3rd colum : 16
    4th cloum : 26
    By Alyssa Adams 6m

  18. The 1 drum value is 5
    45 devided by 5 is 9
    so 1 pear value is 9

    there is 3 pears means 27
    so 42-27=15
    and 15 devided by 3 drums=5

    one ladybird value is 9

    21 devided by 3= 7
    7×5=35
    62-35=27
    so 27 devided by3=9

  19. Silver challenge :
    1st column-24
    2nd column-25
    3rd column-20
    4th column-16
    Bottom rows :
    1st row-24
    2nd row-20
    3rd row-26
    4th row-16
    By Ayub Khan

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