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Mathematics 2017

Percentages of and off.

Set this work out neatly into your maths books. Make 4 columns and head each one according to the headins on the examples.

Add a working out column as well.

Show all working out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time Challenge

Find out about the history of ‘Greenwich’ time. Make some notes to help you understand what happens and when it began and why?

 

 

Money Measurement Activity

 

 

The prize can be any one of these:

  • 1 metre of $2 coins (lying flat)
  • one square metre of five-cent pieces (filled in, lying flat)
  • one litre milk carton full of 20-cent pieces; or
  • 1 kg of $1 coins.

Which prize would you choose?

You may use the Problem Solving Strategy Board  to help you work out and find a solution to the problem.

 

On your iPads  spend 10 minutes brainstorming everything you know about measuring length.

With a partner find out what the prefixes centi-, milli, deci- mean?

Can you find at least 5 words beginning with these prefixes and write their meanings.

How do these words apply to measuring and converting length?

Read and complete the activities below in your maths grid book.

REMEMBER: 5 star quality work.

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SNMY_Tables and Chairs

Click on the link below for the SNMY Adventure Camp activity.

As you completed the first SNMY task, Tables and Chairs, you developed your mathematical skills and strived to answer the questions by…

  • showing all workings
  • explaining the mathematics you used
  • expressed it in an equation (where possible)
  • tried another strategy

This week we have another task,

Butterfly House

SNMYAdventure_Camp

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SNMY – OPTION 2

  1. Click on the link below for the SNMY Butterfly House 2 activity.

Butterfly House 2 (Option 2)

2.  Click on the link below for the SNMY Tables and Chairs 2 activity.

SNMY Tables – Chairs 2  (Option 2)

3.  Click on the link below for the SNMY Packing Pots activity.

SNMY Packing Pots (Option 2)

4. Click on the link below for the SNMY Speedy Snail activity.

SNMY  Speedy Snail (Option 2)

5.    Click on the link below for the SNMY Adventure Camp 2 activity.

SNMY Adventure Camp (Option 2)

6.   Click on the link below for the SNMY Canteen Capers activity.

SNMY Canteen Capers (Option 2)

 

Chance and Data

The Meaning Of Chance

Chance Words

AFL Ladder

Chance and Data Game

 

NOW…….

 

Consider the placement of these chance words on the continuum. Discuss their positions. Do you agree, or would you change their order?

 

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Tuesday 3rd May

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Monday 2nd May

Area Qs LATS

Order of Operations- Wk 1 Term 2

 Week 9, 2015

Measurement and Volume

 

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You have been asked to work out which of these spas would most appropriately fit onto your uncle’s back patio/veranda. The weight of the spa and the water is important as it is being placed into the decking area and will need to be suspended above the ground. The spa that weighs the least is going to be the best option. Work out the weight of the water needed to fill each spa and rate them in order from lowest to highest.

Complete the ‘Pool Sheet’ first to help with your working.

Then look at the four choices you have narrowed it down to.These are on the second sheet-‘Oasis Swim Spas’.

Pool Sheet

 

Oasis Swim Spas

 

 

Click on the link below for the SNMY Packing Pots activity.

SNMY Packing Pots

 

Maths Task Week 10, 2015

Housing Estate

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SNMY_Tables and Chairs

Click on the link below for the SNMY Adventure Camp activity.

As you completed the first SNMY task, Tables and Chairs, you developed your mathematical skills and strived to answer the questions by…

  • showing all workings
  • explaining the mathematics you used
  • expressed it in an equation (where possible)
  • tried another strategy

This week we have another task,

Butterfly House

SNMYAdventure_Camp

SNMY_Stained_Glass

 

Design and finance your very own…

Your task is to create a budget and plan for a class end of year party.

You have four parts of the party that you need to take into consideration

  1. Decorations
  2. Entertainment
  3. Food
  4. Drinks

You have a budget of $1000. Try to spend as close to that $1000 as possible, however you cannot spend more than this amount.

You will need to ensure there is enough food and drink for the total number of students in your class, and your classroom teacher.

You will be using the app ‘Numbers’ to create a spreadsheet to help you organise your money.

You can research decorations, entertainment, food and drink on the internet. You cannot use ‘eBay’ to search for items. Here are a list of recommended websites but feel free to find your own.

Decorations:

www.lombard.com.au

www.thepartypeople.com.au

www.cheaperpartysupplies.com.au

www.justpartysupplies.com.au

Entertainment:

www.xtremepartyhire.com.au/

www.abcjumpingcastles.com.au/

www.epicdjs.com.au/

www.actionevents.com/

www.smartamusements.com.au/

Food & Drinks

http://www2.woolworthsonline.com.au/

https://shop.coles.com.au/

http://catalogues.iga.com.au/home.html

https://www.aldi.com.au/en/groceries/

When costing out your items, you must get three different quotes from three different stores and then choose the cheapest.

For example:

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In decorations, you can see that the balloons all have different quantities. In these situations you will have to think about which deal is more value for money. If you were to buy two packets of 50 balloons from Lombards it would be $19.92 but Party Products are selling 100 for $15.42, therefore it is cheaper.

Download the template for your Numbers spreadsheet off your grade server and have fun :)

 

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