Year 6 Maths Challenge Autumn 2


  1. The route that starts from A and comes back to A is alphabetically:A,B,C,D,E,F,A
    The different routes are:
    ⚫The opposite route is A,F,E,D,C,B,A
    ⚫The next route could be A,B,F,C,D,E,A
    ⚫The next route could be A,F,E,D,C,B,A
    ⚫The next route could be A,F,D,E,B,C,A
    ⚫The next route could be A,F,C,B,D,E,A
    ⚫The next route could be A,F,B,E,D,C,A
    ⚫The next route could be A,B,F,E,D,C,A
    ⚫The next route could go A,F,E,D,C,B,A
    ⚫The next route could be A,F,D,E,B,C,A
    ⚫The cheapest route would be A,B,C,D,E,A

  2. Bronze:
    It could go 1,3,5,2,4,6.
    The smallest route would probably be 220. If there were 4 rows of igloos and 5 igloos in each row the answer would be 150.

  3. Bronze challenge the
    It will go on 1,3,5 2,4,6

    Silver challenge!
    Answer is 220m . You will see what 4 rows to 5 rows which would make it 420m
    Alesha Ahmed😍

  4. Bronze challenge
    It will go 1,3,5,2,4,6.

    silver challenge
    the answer is 220m. Then you have too see what 4 rows of 5 would be which is 420m.

    Gold challenge
    There are 4 different routes that are : a-b, c-d , e-f and back to A and so on.
    then I worked out that all of the bus ruts costs £22 in each row .

  5. One route goes all the way round so that means it goes alphabetically:a,b,c,d,e,f,a
    The next route goes the other way round:a,f,e,d,c,b,a
    The next route could go:a,f,e,d,c,b,a
    The next route could be:a,f,d,e,b,c,a
    The next route could be:a,f,c,b,d,e,a
    The next route could be:a,f,b,e,d,c,a
    The next route could be:a,b,f,e,d,c,a
    The next route could be :a,b,e,d,f,c,a
    The next route could be:a,b,e,f,c,d,a
    The cheapest route would be:a,b,c,d,e,f

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