Which amount of money would you pick ? or
Put a ring around the amount you would pick in each box.
£5,101
Mick has four number cards.
Example
539l
Write down four different numbers he could make. ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________
What are the largest and smallest numbers he could make ?
Largest _______________ Smallest _______________
Thousands N1.20
£5,099
£6074
£6704
£1001
£ 999
£6,423
£6,324
£3 ,894 £3,489
£3,498 £3,984
£8,009 £8,010 £2,900 £3,111 £3,090
What are the largest and smallest numbers Sue can make ?
Largest _______________ Smallest _______________
360 6003 36 3060 ______________________________________________________________
5429 5294 5942 5492 ______________________________________________________________
8091 1009 1990 998 ______________________________________________________________
1101 1100 1010 1001 ______________________________________________________________
780 7080 7008 7088 ______________________________________________________________
This has no
hundreds.
This has one
hundred.
I can move them
around to make
different numbers.
I'm Sue. These are
my number cards.
Calculator not needed
N1/L1.1
I'd pick £5,101 as it
has more hundreds.
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[2] Fill in the table like the example.
[3] A frozen chicken is taken
out of a freezer where the
temperature is
-
18 °C.
It defrosts to the room
temperature of 15°C.
How many degrees does the
temperature of the chicken rise ?
____________________________________
____________________________________
What is the
temperature change ?
Is i t U P o r D O W N ?
How many degrees ?
-
1°C
-
5°C
-
3°C 8°C
-
2°C 10°C
-
C
-
6°C
C
-
7°C
-
3°C
-
12°C
-
9°C
-
1°C
10 °C
-
5°C
-
12 °C
-
4°C
-
11°C 6 ° C
-
4°C
-
20°C
Starting
Temperature
Final
Temperature
Temperature Change
Calculator not needed
N1/L2.5
Temperature Changes N2·20
One day in January Darius walks to his office.
When he goes inside the temperature
goes up from
-
2°C to 17°C.
So the temperature goes up by 2 + 17 = 19°C
[1] When he leaves the office the temperature inside is 15°C.
Outside the temperature is now
-
3°C.
How many degrees does the temperature drop ? _______________________________________
I count up in two steps to
find the temperature change.
Outside
temperature
-
2°C
Inside
temperature
17°C
Up 17°C
more
Up
2°C
to 0°C
0°C
-
2°C
17°C
Down 4°C
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N1/E1.4
Sum is _________ Sum is _________ Sum is _________
Sum is _________ Sum is _________ Sum is _________
4 plus 4 is __________
2 + 3 = _________ 1 plus 8 is __________
5 + 2 = _________ 5 plus 3 is __________
3 + 6 = _________ 7 plus 2 is __________
7 + 3 = _________ 4 plus 5 is __________
6 + 2 = _________ 5 plus 4 is __________
3 + 5 = _________ 6 plus 4 is __________
Work out
Find the sum of the numbers.
4
5
2
6
3
4
8
2
3
3
9
l
2
6
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Make It Easier ! Ar1.4
[1]
67 + 10 = ________ or 67 + 9 = ________ ?
[2] 54 + 9 = _________________________
38 + 9 = ___________________ 9 + 27 = ___________________ 76 + 9 = __________________
65 + 9 = ___________________ 42 + 9 = ___________________ 9 + 13 = __________________
is easier ?
[3] The easy way to add 8 is _____________________________________________
49 + 8 = ___________________ 67 + 8 = ___________________ 88 + 8 = __________________
74 + 8 = ___________________ 8 + 53 = ___________________ 8 + 35 = __________________
N1/E2.3
[4] Find easy ways to do these additions. Write down your ideas like the example.
52 + 29 = ______________________________ 78 + 18 = ____________________________
65 + 19 = ______________________________ 45 + 29 = ____________________________
23 + 49 = ______________________________ 66 + 17 = ____________________________
46 + 7 = ______________________________ 57 + 38 = ____________________________
37 + 39 = ______________________________ 29 + 67 = ____________________________
16 + 48 = ______________________________ 19 + 18 = ____________________________
Work these out
like the example.
The easy way to add 9 is
The easy way to add 29 is
82 - l = 8l
Take 1
64 - l = 63
Take 1
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How many sausages
in two packs ?
x =
Joe walked twice as far.
How far did Joe walk ?
x =
How many litres of
paint in five tins ?
x =
Lisa put three plants in each pot.
How many plants did she use ?
x =
What is the total number
of bulbs in three boxes ?
x =
Multiplication Puzzles Ar2.7
N1/E2.7&5
I walked 6 miles.
Type in the multiplications you do to answer these questions.
How much would
four eggs cost ?
x =
How many pencils
in seven boxes ?
x =
How many paving stones ?
x =
How many people could
travel in two coaches ?
x =
How many chairs are there altogether ?
x =
Our cafe has ten tables.
Each table has four chairs.
Easter eggs
only
£3 each
MAXIMUM
46 passengers
in one coach
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Example [3] Complete these scales like the example.
[2] Fill in the spaces in these boxes.
One whole
Two halves
Four quarters [1] is the same as
Find ½ of 48
Split each half into
two quarters.
Halves and Quarters FB14
1
½ ½
¼ ¼ ¼ ¼
4
1
2
48
1
½
¼
1
½
¼
1
½
¼
1
¾
½
¼
0
1
¾
½
¼
0
1
¾
½
¼
0
1
¾
½
¼
0
1
½
¼
1
½
¼
1
½
¼
1
½
¼
You can split 48
into quarters
like this ...
What number
goes here ?
I worked out ½
then ¼ then ¾
Do not use a calculator
N2/L1.2
60 32 100
88
18
13
24 24
l2 l2 l2 l2
20
l5
l0
5
0
400
28
64
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[2] Fill in the spaces in this table.
To make a number 1000 times bigger
multiply it by 10 THREE times.
So 5·3 x 1000 = 5300
[1]
When a number is multiplied by
1000,
each digit moves
_______
columns to the
_______________
Multiplying by 1000 DA21
[4] Which answers are correct ? or
15 x 1000 = 715 0·006 x 1000 = 6
1000 x 32·04 = 32,000·04 1000 x 0·95 = 950
[3] Work out the missing numbers.
0·7 x 1000 = 9·81 x 1000 =
1000 x 0·035 = 1000 x 82·4 =
0·04 x 1000 = 0·036 x 1000 =
1000 x = 51 x 1000 = 800
Th H T U Tth
5 3
5 3
5 3 0
5 3 0 0
100 times bigger
1000 times bigger
10 times bigger
I use 5 x 1000 = 5000
as a quick check.
The
5 units become 5 thousands.
x 10
Starting number 0·32 0·09 1·8
10 times bigger
100 times bigger
1000 times bigger
x 10
x 10
x 10
x 10
x 10
N2/L1.6
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Discount
Student Price
[3] Write down the discount then
work out the student price.
Discount
Student Price
Discount
Student Price
Ten Per Cent PB11
[1] What is the easiest way to work out 10 % of a number ?
Do not use a calculator
Example
£48·00 ÷ 10 = £4·80
[2] Write down 10 % of each amount.
£3 £ 71 56kg __
£ 8·00 24·5 litres £ 6·70
£ 91·30 18·2 km 4·9 m
Why does
it work ?
How much would a student pay
for these things ?
N2/L1.9&10
[4] What is the shop price of the mouse ?
How much did he
pay for the mouse ?
What is
10% of £48 ?
Finding 10% is the same as finding /
l0% DISCOUNT for STUDENTS
£
4
0
£
6
8
·
9
0
£122·50
£?
The 10% discount
saved me
£ 1·45
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[2] What fractions of these shapes are shaded and not shaded ?
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
A B C
E
F
G
D
C and G can be
written two
different ways.
[3] Shade in the right number of parts in these shapes.
[4] Draw a shape.
[5] If of a shape is shaded
5
6
4
7
5
16
3
4
3
10
7
8
1
2
3
4
2
3
Three quarters
of people don't
like fractions.
Calculator not needed
Fractions F1
This strip is split into 5 equal parts.
The shaded part is three fifths.
[1] What fraction is not shaded ?
1
5
3
5
Written as a fraction this is
Each part is one fifth or
Three parts out of
4
6
2
6
N2/E3.1
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Scaling Recipes R5
[1] This recipe shows what you need to make 4 pizza bases.
Do not use a calculator
[2]
How can you work out how much of each ingredient he needs ?
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
Complete the recipe.
N1/L1.7
[3] Work out what she needs.
Makes 4
600 g flour
3 teaspoons of salt
24 g yeast
420 ml water
50 ml cooking oil
PIZZA BASES
I need to make 6 pizza bases.
I need to make
enough for
5 people.
For 2 pizza bases you need :
___________ flour
___________
teaspoons of salt
___________ yeast
___________ water
___________ cooking oil
For 8 pizza bases you need :
___________ flour
___________
teaspoons of salt
___________ yeast
___________ water
___________ cooking oil
For 6 pizza bases you need :
___________ flour
___________
teaspoons of salt
___________ yeast
___________ water
___________ cooking oil
VEGETABLE PASTA SAUCE
Serves 2
100g diced onion
½ red pepper
120g courgettes
50g mushrooms
1 tin chopped tomatoes
___________ diced onion
___________ red pepper
___________ courgettes
___________ mushrooms
___________
chopped tomatoes
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the
amounts
DOUBLE
the
amounts
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[1] Which animal is heaviest ?
___________________
Which animal is lightest ? ___________________
The dog is __________ kg heavier than the rabbit.
[2] What is the total weight
of the two suitcases ?
_________________
How much heavier is
Bill's suitcase than Mary's ?
_________________
Mary's case is packed with clothes.
When it was empty it weighed 2 kilograms.
How much do Mary's clothes weigh ?
_________________
[3] How many kilograms do three bags
of cement weigh altogether ?
__________________
[4] Half a sack of potatoes weighs ________________________
Kilograms are used to measure
how much things weigh.
Short ways to write kilograms are or
Weight MsB11
Do not use a calculator
MSS1/E2.6
Cat
4 kg
This bag of sugar weighs
one kilogram.
kg kilos
Dog
25 kg
Rabbit
6 kg
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This sheet could be done without a calculator.
MSS1/L1.7
13 cm or
________ mm
7.5 cm or
________ mm
78 mm or
________ cm
62 mm or
________ cm
________ cm or 104 mm
15.8 cm
or
________ mm
I.Digalot
LANDSCAPE
GARDENER
Merry
Christmas
To change the dimensions of this envelope into centimetres, divide by 10.
l l 0 mm = l l 0 ÷ l0 = l l cm and
2 l8 mm = 2 l8 ÷ l0 = 2 l ·8cm
110 mm
218 mm
[5] 80 mm = __________ cm 108 mm = __________ cm
150 mm = __________ cm 7 mm = __________ cm
64 mm = __________ cm 15 mm = __________ cm
Change these
distances to
centimetres.
[4] Are these measurements sensible ? Answer or .
A pencil is 150 mm long. _____________ A sheet of paper is 1 mm thick. _____________
A pound coin is 2.2 cm across. _____________ A baby is 120 cm long. _____________
[2] 4 cm = _________ mm 4.3 cm = _________ mm
7 cm = _________ mm 3.9 cm = _________ mm
10 cm = _________ mm 0.5 cm = _________ mm
56 cm = _________ mm cm = _________ mm
[3] Fill in the missing numbers : One metre is ___________ cm or _____________ mm
[1] One centimetre is made up of ________ millimetres so half a centimetre is ________ mm.
Centimetres and Millimetres M3
To change
centimetres to millimetres
multiply by
10
[6] Fill in the missing measurements below.
yes
no
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Measuring Rectangle Areas A7
Rectangle Length Width Area Calculation
Desk top 5 ft 3 ft 5 x 3 = l5 ft²
You will need a calculator
MSS1/L1.9&5
If you measure the dimensions in feet then you can
work out the area of the rectangle in square feet.
UNITS for Small Areas UNITS for Large Areas
Square millimetres Square metres
Square centimetres Square feet
Square inches Square yards
Measure some rectangles and calculate their areas.
Try to use each of the units once.
Write your results in the table below like the example.
Decide which unit
is most sensible for
each rectangle.
To work out the area of a rectangle
you need to know its dimensions.
The dimensions are the length and width.
Rectangle Area = Length x Width
Length
Width
Use this rule to
work out the areas.
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Mark the centre of this circle with a dot.
Join the words to the shape.
Colour in the two circles that are the same size.
Tick the pictures of circles.
This round shape is called a circle.
Circles SB6
MSS2/E1.1
Draw around these
circles carefully.
Biggest circle
Smallest circle
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Triangles 2D·9
[1] Draw the lines of symmetry
on this equilateral triangle.
[2] The order of rotational symmetry
of an equilateral triangle is
___________
[3] Work out the size of each angle.
[7] Calculate the missing angles in these isosceles triangles.
These are isosceles triangles.
They have 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles.
[4] Mark the equal sides and equal angles on the other two triangles.
[5] Each isosceles triangle has one line of symmetry.
Draw the line of symmetry on each triangle.
[6] Does an isosceles triangle have rotational symmetry ? _________
This is an equilateral triangle.
It has 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles.
The angles of any triangle
180°
The curves
show the angles
are the same.
40°
64°
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[3]
Volume _____________________
[1]
Cuboid volume __________ cm³
Calculator not needed
MSS1/L1.10
[5]
Volume
___________________________
[4]
Prism volume __________cm³
[2]
Volume
___________________
Volume 3D·7
It is called a cubic centimetre or cm³.
The amount of space taken up by a 3D shape is called its volume.
Volume can be measured by counting the number of cubic centimetres that fit inside a shape.
Work out the volumes of these shapes.
1 cm
1 cm
1 cm
The length of each edge of
this cube is one centimetre.
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Time Basics Review TB10
[1] The time on this watch is _______________________________________
Three hours later it will be _______________________________________
[2] What day is it today ? ________________________
Write down today's date. ________________________
[3] What is the seventh month of the year ? ________________________
Write these times using words and numbers.
MSS1/E2.3&4
[7]
Javed was born at
His date of birth is __________________________
My son Javed was born
at quarter to eight
on January the third this year.
[5]
____________________________________ In a quarter of an hour it will be
__________________________________________
[6]
____________________________________ One hour later the time is
__________________________________________
[4]
____________________________________ Half an hour ago it was
__________________________________________
:
Write the time
in numbers.
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How long did Hassan spend working on his college project on Monday ?
2 hr 25 min + 40 min + 1 hr 10 min = 3 hr 75 min = 4 hr 15 min
Hours and Minutes T14
[1] How long did Hassan work on Tuesday ?
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
[2] Work out the total time he spent on his project during these two days.
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
[5] Her shift lasts 7½ hours. How much longer till the shift ends ?
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
[6] How long did Peter take to complete the
TRIATHLON
?
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
[3] How long does the train take to get from
Edinburgh to Manchester ?
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
3 hr 42 mins 1 hr 31 mins
minutes to minutes.
Change to 1 hour 15 min
Morning 1 hour 50 minutes
Afternoon
2 hours 25 minutes
Evening
55 minutes
[4] Is there enough time to watch all these programs in 3 hours ?
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Drama 50 mins
Comedy 30 mins
Film 1¾ hours
I've worked for
four hours and
twenty minutes.
TRIATHLON TIMES
Swim 1.3 miles 39 min
Cycle 56 miles 2 hr 58 min
Run 13 mile 2 hr 34 min
Do not use a calculator
MSS1/L1.3
Edinburgh Oxenholme Manchester
Morning Afternoon Evening
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Pounds and Pence MB 15
£1.93 is ______________ pence
£6.57 is
______________ pence
£4.20 is
______________ pence
£3.02 is _____________ pence
£8.99 is
_____________ pence
£12.46 is
_____________ pence
This paint costs
Seven pounds and 49 pence.
N2/E3.3
Fill in the spaces.
is
_____________ pounds and _____________ pence
is
_____________ pounds and _____________ pence
is
_____________ pound and _____________ pence
is
_____________ pounds and _____________ pence
is
_____________ pounds and _____________ pence
£3.84
£9.50
£1.25
£4.02
£15.99
This mug costs three pounds and 85 pence.
The mug costs £3.85 which is 385 pence.
£3 is 300 pence
£7.49
£3.85
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Subtracting Money Mon6
Do not use a calculator
She spent 85 p on her bus fare.
Show how you work out the answers to these problems.
Write both amounts
in POUNDS.
Line up the decimal
points then subtract.
MSS1/L1.1
[7]
His 'take home' pay is _________________
1 4 . 2 7
-
0 . 8 5
[2]
He paid _______________
[3]
Price increase is _____________
[4]
Price difference is ____________
[5]
He needs ______________ more.
[6]
She spent _______________ altogether.
She has ______________ left.
How much did I have left ?
I got £5 off the price.
£ 32.99
I want this game.
I've got
£ 15.36
I went out with £80.
I spent
79 p and £ 36.40
[8]
The price reduction is _________ _______
I earn £ 385.67
a week then
£69.24 is taken
off for tax
and stuff.
MEGABUCKS
£ 41.95
SUPASAVE
£ 42.48
Was £ 109.49
NOW £94.99
£ 29.99
Hotel Room prices
Apr £ 84.32
May £ 87.50
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Internet Access G&C14
This question is asked in a survey every two
years. The bar chart shows the percentage
[1] Each small division on the vertical axis
represents __________ % of households.
In 2002, 44 % of households had internet access.
[2] In 2004, ______________ of households had internet access.
In 2006, ______________ of households had internet access.
[3] What percentage of households did not have internet access in 2008 ? ________________
[4] Estimate the percentage of households with internet access in 2009. ________________
the internet at home ?
[5] By ________________ over half of all households had
internet access and this had increased to nearly three quarters in __________________
The smallest increase in internet access was between _________________ and ________________
HD1/L1.1
[6] Use your own words to describe what the bar chart shows about the percentage
of households with internet access.
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
[7] What might the chart look for 2012 ? Draw the bar for 2012 on the chart.
Households with Internet Access
Percentage
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012
CHECK
THIS
YEAR
Write the missing years
in these sentences.
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The manufacturers of
CHOCO
bars want the bars to weigh around 70g .
It is impossible to make every bar weigh exactly 70g. They regularly
take samples of 10 bars to see how well their machines are working.
The table shows the weights of samples from machines A and B.
[1] Work out the range for each machine.
Machine A _____________________
Machine B _____________________
[2] What is the modal weight of bars ?
Machine A ___________
Machine B ___________
[3] Calculate the mean weight of each sample.
Machine A _______________________________
Machine B _______________________________
[4] Find the median weight of the bars from each machine.
Machine A
________________________________________________________________________________
Machine B ________________________________________________________________________________
The median for machine A is ________ and the median for machine B is ________
Using Averages DH9
An average is a number that represents a set of data.
The three types of average are mean, mode and median.
The mean shares
the values out
equally.
Write about half a page commenting on all four pairs of answers
The mode is the
number that occurs
most often.
The median
is a value in
the middle.
Weight of bars in grams
Machine A Machine B
70.2 70.0
70.1 69.6
70.4 70.0
69.8 70.0
70.0 69.9
70.1 70.1
70.3 70.5
70.1 70.1
69.9 70.2
70.1 69.9
Which uses too much
chocolate ?
Which machine is
more reliable ?
You may need a calculator.
HD1/L2.3
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[3] Explain why Kay is wrong.
____________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
[2] The spinner is spun 400 times.
How many times would you expect it to stop at 2 ? _____________
[1] This spinner is equally likely
to stop at any number.
Draw arrows to mark the probability of these events on the scale.
The spinner stops at 3.
The spinner stops at a white sector.
The spinner stops at 1 or 6.
The spinner stops at a number less than 10.
The spinner stops at an even number.
The spinner stops at 9.
The spinner stops at a grey sector.
The spinner stops at a number more than 2.
The spinner doesn't stop at 5.
Spinners Prb8
Do not use a calculator
HD2/L1.1&2
The probability of
this spinner stopping
at
2 is ¼
all point at
different fractions.
G
H
C
A
B
E
F
D
This time the spinner
has stopped at
5
I
1
8
2
8
3
8
4
8
5
8
6
8
7
8
8
8
0
8
IMPOSSIBLE CERTAIN
EVEN CHANCE
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Algebra : Brackets Alg1.14
The formula for working out the
perimeter of a rectangle is
P = 2 ( W + L ) This means 2 x ( W + L )
[1] Substitute these values into the formula.
If W = 7 and L = 9 then P = __________________________________________________
If W = 12 and L = 16 then P = __________________________________________________
If W = 3.5 and L = 4.7 then P = __________________________________________________
If W = 52 and L = 80 then P = __________________________________________________
Calculator not needed
[2] Find values for W and L that make P = 30 W = _________ L = _________
[3] Work out the value of these expressions when n = 9.
5 ( n
-
2 ) = ____________________________________________________
8 ( n + 3 ) = ____________________________________________________
4 ( 10
-
n ) = __________________________________________________________________________________
3 ( 2n + 1 ) = __________________________________________________________________________________
N1/L2.4
These expressions mean the same thing.
[4] Use brackets to write these algebraic expressions.
multiply the
3
Do the bits
in brackets
first.
Then multiply by 2
y
then
6
4.
Add 2 to m then multiply
10
This is the BEST
WAY to write it -
multiplying number at
the front with no
multiplication sign.
IMPORTANT
5 x ( 9
-
2 ) = 5 x 7 =
L
W
2 x ( 7
+
9 ) = 2 x l6 =
( y + 4 ) x 3
3 x ( y + 4 )
3( y + 4 )
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[2] Use the formulas to calculate
the values of
v and s when
u = 12 , a =
-
3 , t = 6 ______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
u =
-
5 , a =
-
4 , t = 2 ______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
[3] Use this formula to work out the value of d
when a , b and c have the values shown.
When a =
-
1 , b = 2 and c = 5 _____________________________________________________
When a = 2 , b = 5 and c =
-
3 __________________________________________________________
When a = 3 , b =
-
6 and c = 2 __________________________________________________________
When a =
-
4 , b =
-
1 and c =
-
5 __________________________________________________________
When a =
-
7 , b =
-
4 and c =
-
1 __________________________________________________________
Substitution into Formulas Alg2.9
[1] Substitute each value of into the
formula to calculate the value of y.
If =
-
5 and y = 4 + 3 then _________________________________________________________
If =
-
9 and y = 3
-
2 then _________________________________________________________
If =
-
3 and y = 6
-
4 then _________________________________________________________
If =
-
1 and y = 1 + 8 then _________________________________________________________
If =
-
4 and y = 10
-
² then _________________________________________________________
GCSE
d = b²
-
4ac
s = ut + ½at²
These formulas
are used to
calculate speeds
and distances.
Work out the
calculations in the
brackets first.
Finish the
calculations.
y = 4 + ( 3 x -5 ) = 4 + - l5 =
y = 3
-
( 2 x
-
9 ) = 3
-
-
l8 =
v = u + at
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Henshaw Harriers are buying a new football kit.
The players can pick any mixture of these colours.
Example
Colour in these kits to show all the possible kits the team could choose.
You will not need all the pictures.
Check
carefully that you haven't done the same design twice.
How many different designs are there ? _____________
Which design do you like best ? Put a tick by your favourite.
Choosing a New Ki t FC 13
Shirt red or blue
Shorts red, blue or white
Socks red or blue
I'd like a red shirt,
white shorts and
red socks.