Sunday, 11 November 2012

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1) If the rule is;   ‘× 3, subtract 3’ complete this pattern:  5,(12, 33, 96, 285)


2) 8 ( 4 × 2 ) – 4 ( 2 + 9 ) = (20)

3) What is the highest common factor of 24 & 32? (4x6, 6x8) 


4) Write this number in digits: 
Two million, six hundred and forty (2,000,640)
 five thousand two hundred and eighty three (5,283)


5) Dillon has a bowl of 38 cherries. He divides them up between himself and 4 friends.  The rule is: divide the number of cherries by the number of people and any left over cherries get added to his amount.  How many cherries does Dillon 
get? (10)

6) What is the abbreviation for …
a) millilitres (ml)
b) litres (l)
c) kilolitres (kl)

7) 7200ml   = (7.21 l)

8) 7165 litres – 4.5kl =(2.665 kl)


9) Would you use millilitres, litres or kilolitres to measure the volume of water in a small lake? (kilolitres)


10)  Gail needs to squeeze 1kg of oranges to get 300ml of orange juice.  If she wants 2.7 litres of orange juice, how many kg of oranges will she need to squeeze? (9)


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