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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Measures. Cut out each of the question slides and place them around the room, stick them on the walls if you wish. Print out and distribute the answer sheet, one per pupil, or team, and set them off to find the answers. The correct sequence is:

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Mathematical treasure hunt measures

Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Measures

Cut out each of the question slides and place them around the room, stick them on the walls if you wish.

Print out and distribute the answer sheet, one per pupil, or team, and set them off to find the answers.

The correct sequence is:

119, 200, 120, 20, 29, b, 5, 0.2, d, 2.6, 80, 1/3, c, 10, a, 135


Mathematical treasure hunt measures

Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

Answer Sheet

Answer Sheet

Name:

Name:


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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

200

119

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To the next clue

To the next clue

The perimeter of a regular pentagon is 60cm.

What is the length of one side in mm?

What is one fifth of a kilogram in grams?


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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

20

120

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To the next clue

In the Arctic it is

-21°C.

In London it is 8°C.

What is the temperature difference in Centigrade?

A cup holds 50ml.

How many cups can I pour from a liter bottle?


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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

29

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To the next clue

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b

It takes Mike’s dad 25 minutes to drive to work.

He works every day except Sunday.

How many hours does he spend each week traveling to and from work?

  • What is the time 35 minutes after ten to one?

  • 1:30

  • 1:25

  • 1:20


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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

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?

To the next clue

To the next clue

5

0.2

  • Which is the shortest length:

  • 270mm?

  • 0.5m?

  • 30cm?

  • ¼ m?

What decimal is the arrow pointing to?


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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

Previous Answer

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?

To the next clue

To the next clue

d

2.6

How many more ml of liquid does jug A contain?

What is the perimeter of this rectangle in meters?


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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

1/3

Previous Answer

Previous Answer

?

?

To the next clue

To the next clue

80

  • Jasmine travels to Scotland to see her aunt. Her train leaves at 8:15am and arrives at 2:50pm.

  • How long is her journey?

  • 5hrs 15mins

  • 5hrs 45mins

  • 6hrs 35mins

  • 6hrs 15mins

Maya and Mike each drink 500ml of water from a 1.5 litre bottle.

What fraction is left?


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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

10

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?

To the next clue

To the next clue

c

Approximately how many cm are there in 4 inches?

  • How many cm are there in a km?

  • 100,000

  • 10,000

  • 100,0000

  • 1000


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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Problems

135

Previous Answer

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To the next clue

To the next clue

a

If each weight is 30grams, what is the heaviest weight that the apple could be (in grams)?

What is the combined area of A, B and C (in m²)?


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