Maths Mate Term 2- Week 8

Predict: I predict it is going to be about Problem Solving and addition.

Read: Ian started with the same number of marbles as his brother Francis. After winning 4 marbles from Francis. Ian realises  he now has twice as many marbles as his brother.How many marbles does Ian have now?

Clarify: None

Big Question: How many marbles does Ian have now?

Mathematicians Toolbox: Make a number sentence.

Solve:

 

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Maths Mate Term 3 – Sheet 8

Predict: I predict it is going to be about addition. I may need to find a pattern

Read: Complete the addition table.

Clarify: None

Big Question: None

Mathematicians Toolbox: Find a pattern

Solve:First of all I solved out the easiest numbers and then went on to the hardest ones. Then I figured out that there was no pattern it was just random. I did see some similar numbers.

Summary: It was an easy task to complete. I found that if there is no pattern there is basically no order.

Math Mate Term 4 – Sheet 7

Predict: I predict it is going to be about addition and multiplication.

Read: The digit sum for 95 is 9+5 or 14. How many two-digit numbers have a digit sum of 9?

Big Question:How many two-digit numbers have a digit sum of 9?

Mathematicians Toolbox: Draw a diagram

Solve: I started at at one and figured what would I add with one to get 9. It was 8. And I kept doing that but with a new number until I got the answer of 9. Her is a list of them:  

  1. 18
  2. 27
  3. 36
  4. 45
  5. 54
  6. 63
  7. 72
  8. 81
  9. 90

Summary: It was super easy.

Math Mate Term 4 – Sheet 6

Predict: I predict it is going to be about addition and multiplication.

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

Clarify: Consecutive: Numbers like 1,2,3 in there order.

Big Question: Find the two consecutive numbers that have digit sums of 27 and 1 .

Mathematicians Toolbox: Draw a diagram

Solve: First I didn’t know what consecutive was so I got the definition (Clarify). Secondly I thought of what numbers could go into 27 evenly which are 9 and 3. Thirdly I thought what numbers could add up to 1 which are 1 and 0. After that I figured that three nines are 27 so If I go 999. The consecutive number relating to this question for 1 is  1000 so the answer is: 999 and 1000 because they are numbers right next to each other.

Summary: I definitely needed help because if I didn’t know what consecutive meant than I couldn’t of gotten the answer.

Math Mate Term 4 – Sheet 5

Predict: I predict it is going to be about addition and multiplication.

Read:The digit sum for 126 is 1+2+6, or 9. The digit sum for 300 is 3+0+0, or 3. Find the two consecutive numbers that have digit sums of 36 and 1

Clarify: Consecutive: Numbers like 1,2,3 in there order.

Big Question: Find the two consecutive numbers that have digit sums of 36 and 1 .

Mathematicians Toolbox: Draw a diagram

Solve: First I didn’t know what consecutive was so I got the definition (Clarify). Secondly I thought of what numbers could go into 36 evenly which are 9 and 4. Thirdly I thought what numbers could add up to 1 which are 1 and 0. After that I figured that four nines are 36 so If I go 9999. The consecutive number relating to this question for 1 is  10 000 so the answer is: 9999 and 10 000 because they are numbers right next to each other.

Summary: I definitely needed help because if I didn’t know what consecutive meant than I couldn’t of gotten the answer.

Math Mate Term 4 – Sheet 4

Predict: I predict it is going to be about addition and multiplication.

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

Clarify: None

Big Question: What was the original number?

Mathematicians Toolbox: Have I seen a similar problem?

Solve: First I thought what number could be doubled to get 32 I figured it was 16.

Summary: It was really quite easy knowing addition and multiplication.

16

Math’s Mate Term 4 – Sheet 3

Predict: I predict it is going to be about addition and multiplication.

Read: I think of a number, double it and then add 4. If the result is 20,what was the original number?

Clarify: None

Big Question: What was the original number?

Mathematicians Toolbox: Have I seen a similar problem?

Solve: First I thought what number could be doubled then add 4 to get 20 it was pretty obvious that the original number is 8.

Summary: It was really quite easy knowing addition and multiplication.

8

Maths Mate Term 4- Sheet 2

Predict: I predict it is going to be about a subtraction, addition and multiplication

Read: I think of a number, add 9 and then multiply by 3. If the result is 30, what was the original number?

Clarify: None

Big Question: What was the original number?

Mathematicians Toolbox: Have I seen a similar problem?

Solve: First I first I thought of a number that has to be multiplied by 3 to get 30. It was ten, and 9 + 1 = 10 so the original number was 1.

Summary: It was really quite easy and knowing my 3 time tables helped.

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Maths Mate Term 4- Sheet 1

Predict: I predict it is going to be about a subtraction, addition and subtraction.

Read: I think of a number, subtract 5 and then divide by 3. If the result is 6, what was the original number

Clarify: None

Big Question: What was the original number?

Mathematicians Toolbox: Have I seen a similar problem?

Solve: First I went through my 6 times tables and worked out that a number divided by 3 to equal 6 was 18. And then I added on 5 to get my answer 23.

Summary: It was really quite easy and knowing my six times tables really helped.

23

Maths Mate Term 3 – Sheet 8

Predict: I predict it is going to be about addition.I may need to find a pattern.

Read: Complete the addition table.

Clarify: None

Big Question: None

Mathematicians Toolbox: Find a pattern

Solve:First of all I solved out the easiest numbers and then went on to the hardest ones. Then I figured out that there was no pattern it was just random. I did see some similar numbers.

Summary: It was an easy task to complete. I found that if there is no pattern there is basically no order.

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