Maths mate sheet 6 term 4

Read: Fill in the missing digits in this multiplication.

mathssssss

 

Predict: I predict that this equation will involve multiplication.

Clarify: None

Strategies toolbox: Write a sum or number sentence.

Whats the big question? What goes in the boxes?

Answer:

mathsssssssss3

 

Solve: This problem didn’t take me that long to solve because i’ve done these problems before.

 

Maths Mate Term 2 Sheet 4 Question 22

Read: 

Five ballpoint pens cost as much as two fountain pens. How much are six fountain pens if one ballpoint pen costs $1.

Predict:

 I predict that this is going to be about using the four operations to find out the answer, and also using some of my prior knowledge.

Clarify: 

None.

What is the big question? 

The big question is “How much does six fountain pens cost”.

My Tool: 

Draw a diagram.

Answer:

 $15

Summary: 

My prediction was partly right but their was still some stuff I didn’t predict that happened.

Maths mate Term1 Sheet 7 Question23

 

Read: There are 92 beds in a 40 room motel. Each room has either 2 or 3 beds. How many rooms have 2 beds?

Predict: I predict that this is going to be about using the four operations to figure this problem out.

Clarify: I have nothing to clarify.

What’s the big question: How many rooms have 2 beds?

My tool: I used the strategy ‘Write a number sentence’.

Answer: 28

Solve: I solved it by using my strategy of ‘Writing a number sentence ‘to do this problem.

Summary: This problem was actually quiet hard because at the start I didn’t really understand it. But when I reread it was a lot easier.

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Maths mate term 1 sheet 6 question 24

Read: Enter numbers in the circles so that the sum of the numbers at each end.

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Predict: I predict that this is going to be about using addition.

Clarify: None

What’s the big question?  What goes in the circles?

My tool: Quess check and improve.

Answer:

 dgfbvrtbge

 

Solve: I just solved it by using my prior know ledge.

Summary:  I thought that this was the easiest problem I’ve ever done because it was really straight forward.

Maths mate term 1 sheet 5 question 22

Read:

fb

Predict: I predict that this is going to be about drawing the missing face.

Clarify: None.

What’s the big question? What goes in the missing square?

The Tool: Test all possibilities.

Answer:

 fbb

Solve: I solved it by looking at the diagram and seeing which one was missing.

 summary: When I got to this question I thought it would take me a long time, but when I read the question it took me no time to finish it.

Maths mate sheet 3 term 1 question 22

Read: If it takes 12 minutes to saw a pole into 3 pieces, how long does it take to saw a pole into 5 pieces.

Predict: I predict that this is going to be about dividing numbers then adding them.

Clarify: None!

What’s the big question? How many minutes does it take to saw through a pole into five pieces.

Mathematicians Toolbox: Draw a graph or diagram.

Answer: 20 minutes

Solve: I solved it by dividing 12 by 3, which I got 4. And 4 times 5 is 20.

Reflection: At the start when I saw all those words I thought it was hard, but after reading it easier then you could possibly imagine.

Maths Mate sheet 2 term 1 question 22

Read: For hurdle races, the hurdles are placed 10m apart. For example, a 60m race has 5 hurdles. How many hurdles are required for a 100m race?

Predict: I predict that this will be about calculating how many hurdles are in a 100m race.

Clarify: None.

What’s the big question: The big question is how many hurdles are there in a 100m race.

Mathematician’s toolbox strategy: The strategy I used was draw a picture.

Answer: 9

How I solved it: I solved it by drawing up a line of ten centimetres and starting from one I putting a line every centimetre. The final answer was 9.

Summary: At the start when I looked at the problems I thought it was but when I read it, it looked so easy. At the end it was really easy.

 

Maths mate term 4 sheet 8 question 24

Read: Move one match to make this statement correct. (V+I=V)

Predict: I predict that this is going to be about moving matches.

Clarify: None

Whats the big question? What match are you going to move?

Mathematitions toolbox: Quess check and improve.

Answer: V-I=IV

Solve: I knew my roman numerals so i just took away a match from the addition sigh and made it a subtraction sigh. I then put the match next to the V at the end to make IV. Now i’v got V-I=IV.

Maths Mate term 4 sheet 5 question 23

Read: Move one match to make this statement correct. (Vi+ii=iii)

Predict: I predict that this is going to be about making the number sum correct.

Clarify: None

What is the big question: The big question is what stick are you going to move to make the statement right.

Mathematician’s toolbox: The strategy I used was Guess Check and Improve.

Answer: V+ii=Vii

Summary: At first I thought it was going to be hard because I didn’t know it was roman numerals. But when I found out it was roman numerals it made things ten times easier.

Maths mate sheet 4 question 23

Read: I think of a number, double it and then add 8. If the result is 40, what was the original number?

Predict: I predict that this is going to be about doubling and adding numbers.

Clarify: None

What is the big question: The big question is what the original number is.

Mathematicians’ toolbox:  The strategy I used was guess check and improve.

Solve: I solved it by taking 8 away from 40 then half it.

Answer: 16