**Maths' Problems**

Number Sentences

Make 1-step and 2-step number sentences in which the operator is missing.

Stage 2: Include brackets

**Stage 1**:__1.__4__ 9 = 13__2.__15_ 3 = 12__3.__5__ 8 = 40__4.__63__ 9 = 7Stage 2: Include brackets

__1.__(4__ 3)__ 1 = 11__2.__(14__ 2)__ 3 = 21 Figure out these puzzles :

1. 3BM(SHTR) 2.7C of the R 3. 7W of the W 4. 10MM in a CM

5. 366D in a LY 6. SW and the 7D 7. 1,000G in a KG 8. 4S on a S

9. 26L in the A 10. 100Y in a C 11. 12 in a D 12. 6F on a D

1. 3BM(SHTR) 2.7C of the R 3. 7W of the W 4. 10MM in a CM

5. 366D in a LY 6. SW and the 7D 7. 1,000G in a KG 8. 4S on a S

9. 26L in the A 10. 100Y in a C 11. 12 in a D 12. 6F on a D

**A**Noelle has been given instructions to follow her

compass. She starts off facing North.

- She turns to the East. Now she turns and faces North

opposite direction.

Make an acute angle to Noelle's's left. Now make two

right angles to her left.

1. What angle does Noelle make to follow the first

instruction?

2. What angle does she make to follow the second

instruction?

3. After she turns around, what direction is Noelle

facing?

4. What direction is Noelle facing at the end?

B 1. April has 30 days. If 25th of April is a Friday, what day is 1st May?

2 What time comes 8 minutes before 10 to 9?

## Week 12

A On Tuesday , 2000 books arrived for our library.. On Wednesday, 240 more than Tuesday arrived, and on Thursday there were 217 more than the other two days put together. Draw an abacus and show the number of books that arrived in total

B Alexander the Great was a very powerful king in ancient Greece. He founded many cities. All the cities had to pay tribute to him. From each of the 6 cities in Asia, Alexander got 372kg of gold and 143kg of silver. From each of the 5 cities in Egypt, he got 187kg of gold and 202 bags of ivory. From each of the 7 cities in India, Alexander got 317 bags of ivory and 42 tigers. Help Alexander to count his treasure!

1. How many kg of gold did Alexander get from Asia?

2. How many bags of ivory did Alexander get from Egypt?

3. How many tigers did he receive?

4. Work out the total amount of tribute and fill it in on the chart.

ASIA

EGYPT

INDIA

B Alexander the Great was a very powerful king in ancient Greece. He founded many cities. All the cities had to pay tribute to him. From each of the 6 cities in Asia, Alexander got 372kg of gold and 143kg of silver. From each of the 5 cities in Egypt, he got 187kg of gold and 202 bags of ivory. From each of the 7 cities in India, Alexander got 317 bags of ivory and 42 tigers. Help Alexander to count his treasure!

1. How many kg of gold did Alexander get from Asia?

2. How many bags of ivory did Alexander get from Egypt?

3. How many tigers did he receive?

4. Work out the total amount of tribute and fill it in on the chart.

*GOLD SILVER IVORY TIGERS*ASIA

EGYPT

INDIA

__TOTAL__## Week 1 1

A. Anna was playing darts with her brother Mark. They both started out at 301 and the first person to zero would be the winner. Anna went first and she got treble 20, double 19 and 5. Mark did slightly better with treble 20, double 18 and 17. With her 2nd go, Anna got 5 less than the first time and Louis got 6 more.

1. After her 1st go, what score did Anna have?

2. After his 1st go, what score did Mark have?

3. How much less did Anna get that Mark?

4. What score did Laura get on her 2nd go?

5. How much does Mark need to get on his next go to win?

B. Eleanor thought of a number. She added 40 to the number and then divided by 4. She doubled her answer and then took away ten. She is left with 14. What number did she think of to start with?

*REMEMBER: in darts, the score that you get when you throw is taken away from the total to show what you have left. The lowest score wins.*1. After her 1st go, what score did Anna have?

2. After his 1st go, what score did Mark have?

3. How much less did Anna get that Mark?

4. What score did Laura get on her 2nd go?

5. How much does Mark need to get on his next go to win?

B. Eleanor thought of a number. She added 40 to the number and then divided by 4. She doubled her answer and then took away ten. She is left with 14. What number did she think of to start with?

## Week 10

A. Last Monday, the circus came to town. The 16 trucks and 22 vans drove to the local park, where the circus people soon started unloading the equipment. There were 4 elephants, 2 lions, 12 horses and 6 giraffes. There were 18 men and 22 women working on the tent itself. The shows were both sold out with 436 people at the matinee and 442 at the evening show. The acrobats were the stars of the show with their high flying tricks and stunts.

1. How many vehicles did the circus people have?

2. How many animals were there in total in the circus?

3. How many people were working on putting up the tent?

4. How many people went to see the show in total?

5. Between the audience and the circus workers, how many were at the evening performance?

1. How many vehicles did the circus people have?

2. How many animals were there in total in the circus?

3. How many people were working on putting up the tent?

4. How many people went to see the show in total?

5. Between the audience and the circus workers, how many were at the evening performance?

## Week 9

- Hadassah gets paid €12.50 per hour and usually works for seven hours a day. She wants to save up to buy a new CD player for her room. If she spends €100 a week on rent, €100 on groceries and €75 on clothes and entertainment, how much will she have saved by the end of the week if she works for five days a week?
**I****n 2006, Italy won the FIFA World Cup in Germany by beating France in the final.****It was only the second time that France had been in the final. Eight years earlier France won the World Cup, beating Brazil in the final in Paris. During the competition, 64 games were played over 4 weeks, with 32 teams taking part. The last time that Italy won was in 1982. They were beaten on penalties by Brazil in the 1994 final. In that year's tournament Ireland beat Italy 1 - 0.**

2. When was France in the final for the first time?

3. How many days did the World Cup last?

4. How long had it been since Italy last won the World Cup?

5. How long ago did Ireland beat Italy?