Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 8 Problem 22

PREDICT:

I predict that this problem is going to be about multiplication.

Which deal costs less per millilitre?

A) 75 c for 500 ml

B) \$2 for 2 L

CLARIFY:

There was nothing that I needed to clarify in this question.

MY TOOL:

The tool that I used for this specific worded problem was, ‘Write a Sum or Number Sentence’.

THE BIG QUESTION:

Which deal is better value for money?

SUMMARY:

This problem was easy for me because all that I needed to do was complete a simple number sentence to complete the problem.

My answer was B.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 7 Problem 22

PREDICT:

I predict that this problem is going to be about multiplication.

Which deal costs less per litre?

A) \$32 for 4L

B) \$8.50 for 1L

CLARIFY:

There was nothing that I needed to clarify in this question.

MY TOOL:

In this problem I used ‘Have I Seen A Similar Problem?’

THE BIG QUESTION:

Which deal costs less by the litre?

SUMMARY:

This problem was very easy for me because I was able to learn a compatible and versatile strategic solution that I can use for these types of worded problems.

My answer was A.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 6 Problem 22

PREDICT:

I predict that this problem is going to be about comparing numbers.

Which deal costs less per metre?

A) \$1.50 for 15m

B) \$5 for 45m

CLARIFY:

There was nothing that I needed to clarify in this problem.

MY TOOL:

The tool that I used in this problem was ‘Have I Seen A Similar Problem?’

THE BIG QUESTION:

Which deal is better value for money?

SUMMARY:

This problem was quite easy for me because I have already developed a successful strategy that I use for these types of questions and used the same one for this problem.

My answer was A.

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Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 6 Problem 22

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 5 Problem 22

PREDICT:

I predict that this problem is going to be about comparing numbers.

Which deal costs less per gram?

A) \$5 for 500 g

B) \$3 for 250 g

CLARIFY:

There was nothing that I needed to clarify in this question.

MY TOOL:

I do not think that I used a specific tool in this problem.

THE BIG QUESTION:

Which option costs less per gram?

SUMMARY:

I found this problem very easy because if it was \$3 for 250 g then 500 g would have to be \$6 but instead it has been lowered down to \$5.

My answer was \$5 for 500 g (A).

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Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 5 Problem 22

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 4 Problem 22

PREDICT:

I predict that this problem is going to be about the four operations.

Fill in the missing number.

36/_=4

CLARIFY:

There was nothing that I needed to clarify in this question.

MY TOOL:

The tool that I used in this problem was ‘Have I Seen a Similar Problem?’

THE BIG QUESTION:

What is the correct numeral that completes the number sentence?

SUMMARY:

I found this problem very easy because I know my operations very well and used the tool, ‘Have I Seen a Similar Problem?’ because I have a strategy that I use for every problem similar to this one.

My answer was 9.

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Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 4 Problem 22

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 3 Problem 22

PREDICT:

I predict that this problem is going to be about the four operations.

Fill in the missing number.

8 x _ = 56

CLARIFY:

I had nothing to clarify in this question.

MY TOOL:

The tool I used for this problem was ‘Have I seen a similar problem?’

THE BIG QUESTION:

What is the correct numeral that corrects the incomplete number sentence?

SUMMARY:

I found this question very easy because I am very confident with my numbers and operations.

My answer was 7.

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Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 3 Problem 22

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 2 Problem 22

PREDICT:

I predict that this problem is going to be about the four operations (and BIDMAS).

Fill in the missing number.

__ /5 = 9

CLARIFY:

There was nothing that I needed to clarify in this question.

MY TOOL:

During the working outs of this problem I did not really use a tool.

THE BIG QUESTION:

What is the correct number to fill the gap in the number sentence?

SUMMARY:

This problem was pretty easy for me because I know my four operations and used them in this problem.

My answer for this problem was 45.

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Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 2 Problem 22

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 1 Problem 22

PREDICT:

I predict that this problem is going to be about problem solving.

Fill in the missing number.

12 x _ = 36

CLARIFY:

There was nothing that I needed to clarify in this problem.

MY TOOL:

In this problem I didn’t really need to use a tool.

THE BIG QUESTION:

What is the correct number that fills the missing spot?

SUMMARY:

This problem was very simple because all I had to do was multiply 12 by something to get my answer.

My answer for this question was 3.

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 8 Problem 23

PREDICT:

I predict that this problem will be about working backwards.

I think of a number, multiply it by 4 and then divide by 3. If the result is 12, what was the original number?

CLARIFY:

I had nothing to clarify in this question.

MY TOOL:

The tool I used to work this problem out was ‘Work Backwards’.

THE BIG QUESTION:

SUMMARY:

In this question, all I did was work backwards. I did this by using the inverse operations to work out the answer. So this was my equation: 12×3/4= Answer.

My answer was 9

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Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 8 Problem 23

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 7 Problem 23

PREDICT:

I predict that this question is going to be about the four operations.

I think of a number, multiply it by 3 and then divide by 2. If the result is 18, what was the original number?

CLARIFY:

I had nothing to clarify in this problem.

MY TOOL:

The tool I used to work out this problem was ‘Work Backwards’.

THE BIG QUESTION:

18 X 2 /3= Answer

SUMMARY:

First I multiplied 18 by 2 and then divided that number by 3. This gave me 12. I then checked my answer by completing the following sum. 12 X 3/2=18.