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  • 1. MATHS PROBLEMS
  • 2. Type name and send: Y6 Level 5: Mixed problems April 2010 Next page
  • 3. Next Page Here is a circle with its centre at the point (1, 1) The point (1, 7) is on the circumference of the circle.
    • Is point (7,1):
    • Inside the circle
    • On the circle
    • Outside the circle
    inside the circle on the circle outside the circle (3, 7) Yes (7, 1) (1, –7) (–2, –2)
  • 4. Next Page Here is a circle with its centre at the point (1, 1) The point (1, 7) is on the circumference of the circle.
    • Is point (1,-7):
    • Inside the circle
    • On the circle
    • Outside the circle
    inside the circle on the circle outside the circle (3, 7) Yes (7, 1) Yes (1, –7) (–2, –2)
  • 5. Next Page Here is a circle with its centre at the point (1, 1) The point (1, 7) is on the circumference of the circle.
    • Is point (-2,-2):
    • Inside the circle
    • On the circle
    • Outside the circle
    inside the circle on the circle outside the circle (3, 7) Yes (7, 1) Yes (1, –7) Yes (–2, –2)
  • 6. Next Page What is the value of t in this equation? 33 – 8 t = 15
  • 7. Next Page Here is a sequence of patterns made from octagons and squares . The sequence continues. How many squares will there be in the pattern that has 40 octagons ?
  • 8. Next Page Answer Key Here is a sequence of patterns made from octagons and squares . q represents the number of squares. n represents the number of octagons. What is the rule connecting q and n ?
  • 9. Next Page Answer Key Here is a sequence of patterns made from octagons and squares . q represents the number of squares. n represents the number of octagons. What is the rule connecting q and n ?
    • (a) Award TWO marks for the correct answer of 121 Up to 2m
    • If the answer is incorrect, award ONE mark for evidence of an appropriate method, eg
    • 40 × 3 + 1
      • Calculation need not be completed for the award of the mark.
    • (b) q = 3n + 1 1m
      • Accept equivalent expressions, eg
      • q = n × 3 + 1
      • q = n + n + n + 1
      • q = 1 + n3
      • Accept the answer in words, eg ‘q is 3 times n then add 1’.
  • 10. Next Page Here is a kite. Write the coordinates of point D . First coordinate =
  • 11. Next Page Here is a kite. Write the coordinates of point D . Second coordinate =
  • 12. Next Page PQ is a straight line. What does X = ?
  • 13. Next Page What area would you like to have more practice on now? (First choice)
  • 14. Next Page What area would you like to have more practice on now? (Second choice)
  • 15. LO: To revise work on mixed problems I understand this idea fully. I have some understanding but I need more practice. I don’t understand this idea at all and need to work again on this unit of work. A B C End of slide show