MATHS MATE TERM 4 SHEET 8

QUESTION 22: Move one match to make this statement correct.
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PREDICT: I predict that I will have to use a clock with Roman numerals>
 
SOLUTION: 
1. First you have to figure out the numbers of the sum. The sum is 5+1=5.
2. Now you have to move 1 match. The way I did it was
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SUMMARY: The strategy I used was using a clock with Roman numerals.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 7

QUESTION 24: Fill the big square so that each row and each column contain the numbers 1,2,3 and 4. The digits within the thicker outlined area, when combined using the given operation, must equal the given number.

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PREDICT: I predict that I will have to use my problem solving skills and use numbers.

SOLUTION:

1. First in the 8x thicker outline you put 3 numbers that are times together to make 8. The top left corner is 1, next to 1 is 4 and 2 under the 1.

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2. Then do the thicker outline fo 7+. The numbers is 3 at the top and 4 underneath,

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3. Now do the 6x thicker outlined part the 2 at the top and 3 underneath.

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4. Now do the 2x part the 1 goes on top and the 2 goes underneath.

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5. Now do the 12x part the 3 goes on top and the 4 goes underneath.

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6. Then in the 24x part you put the 4 first then underneath you put 1 then next to one you put 2 the you put 3.

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SUMMARY: The strategy I used was to problem solve and use numbers.

MATHS MATE TERM 4 SHEET 6

QUESTION 23: The digit sum for 195 is 1+9+5, or 15. The digit sum for 200 is 2+0+0, or 2. find the 2 consecutive numbers that have digit sums of 27 and 1.

PREDICT: I predict I will have to use multiplication and consecutive numbers.

SOLUTION:

1. Think of what is 27 divided by 3. the answer is 9.

2. so you would write 9+9+9.

3. Now for number 1 it is easy 999 is before 1000 and we need consecutive numbers. so it would be 1+0+0+0

SUMMARY: The strategy I used was Multiplication.

 

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 5

QUESTION 22: Move 2 matches to leave 4 squares. PREDICT: I predict that I will have to SOLUTION: 1. First you have to find a place where you can move 2 matches. I chose the one under the 3rd square. mmmmm 2. Now you have to move 2 of the matches. mm5   3. This is the matches I moved to make 4 squares. SUMMARY: The strategy I used was to do a before and after pic and figured out which way to go.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 5

QUESTION 22: Move 2 matches to leave 4 squares.

PREDICT: I predict that I will have to

SOLUTION:

1. First you have to find a place where you can move 2 matches. I chose the one under the 3rd square.

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2. Now you have to move 2 of the matches.

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3. This is the matches I moved to make 4 squares.

SUMMARY: The strategy I used was to do a before and after pic and figured out which way to go.

MATHS MATE SHEET 4 TERM 4

QUESTION 22:  The Murphys have three children, aged 5,8,11. How  much does this family save if they pay as a family and one extra child, rather than individuals.

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PREDICT: I predict that I will have to use The 4 operations.

1. First calculate what it is individually. $26.00 x 2=$52.00.

$15.40 x 3= $46.20. Add $52.00+$46.20= $98.20

2. Add what the Family of 4 and an extra child. $ 79.00 + $15.40= $94.40

3. 55

the answer is $3.80

SUMMARY: The strategy I used was the 4 operations.

 

 

MATHS MATE SHEET 3 TERM 4

QUESTION 23: I think of a number, double it and then add 4. If the results were 20, What was the original number.

 

PREDICT: I predict that I will have to use Addition or Multiplication.

 

SOLUTION:

1. First think what you can double and then add 4 but can still equal 20. The answer is 8.

2. double 8 the answer is 16.

3. 16+4=20. So the original number is 8.

 

SUMMARY: The strategy I used was Addition and Multiplication.