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# Year 5 Mental Maths Facts Quiz Fiendish Level - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Year 5 Mental Maths Facts Quiz Fiendish Level. How many seconds in an hour?. 3600 seconds. How many weeks in 11 years?. 572 weeks. How many days are there in the first 6 months of the year (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?. 181 days. What is 13:13 in 12 hour (analogue) time?. 1.13pm.

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Fiendish Level

• 3600 seconds

• 572 weeks

How many days are there in the first 6 months of the year (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 181 days

What is 13:13 in 12 hour (analogue) time? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 1.13pm

What is 5 past midnight in 24 hour (digital ) time? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 00:05

How many acute angles are there is this triangle? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 3

Name this triangle (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• scalene

What is the size of the missing angle? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 78

?

46

37

19

What is the size of the missing angle? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 124

35

?

21

What is the size of the missing angle? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 156

41

?

73

What is a (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?4 as a decimal? 5

• 0.8

What is (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?1 as a percentage? 10

• 10%

What is 0.03 as a fraction? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 3

100

What is 101% as a decimal? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 1.01

What is 7% as a fraction? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 7

100

List the first 10 prime numbers? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23,29

What is 9 ? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

2

• 81

What is the square root of 144? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 12

What is the perimeter of this rectangle? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 42.6 cm

2.3cm

19cm

What is the area of this rectangle? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 43.7 cm

2.3cm

19cm

2

What is the volume of this cuboid? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 2640 cm

12cm

11cm

20cm

3

Convert 4.05 kilograms to grams. (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 4050g

Convert 430 millimetres to metres. (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 0.43 m

What’s 10 ¾ litres in millilitres? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 10750 ml

What’s 0.02 of a kilometre in metres? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 20m

? + 0.15 = 1 (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 0.85

How many faces does a pentagonal prism have? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 8

What is this shape called? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• Octahedron

What is this shape called? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• Septagon/heptagon

How many vertices does a pentagonal based pyramid have? (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?

• 6

What number does this Roman Numeral represent (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?CX?

• 110

What number does this Roman Numeral represent (assuming it is not a Leap Year)?MDLV?

• 1555