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An interactive maths quiz designed for use with Qwizdom Interactive Voting Systems

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    • Simple Ratios
      8E5
    • Chas and Dave share 20 sweets in a 2:3 ratio.
      How many parts are there to the ratio?
    • Chas and Dave share 20 sweets in a 2:3 ratio.
      There are 5 parts.
      How many sweets is 1 part worth?
    • Chas and Dave share 20 sweets in a 2:3 ratio.
      There are 5 parts.
      1 part is worth 4 sweets.
      How much does Chas get?
    • Chas and Dave share 20 sweets in a 2:3 ratio.
      There are 5 parts.
      1 part is worth 4 sweets
      Chas gets 2 x 4 = 8 sweets
      How many does Dave get?
    • Punt and Dennis share £50 in a 7:3 ratio.
      How many parts are there to the ratio?
    • Punt and Dennis share £50 in a 7:3 ratio.
      There are 10 parts.
      How much is each part worth?
    • Punt and Dennis share £50 in a 7:3 ratio.
      There are 10 parts.
      Each part is worth £5.
      How much does Punt get?
    • Punt and Dennis share £50 in a 7:3 ratio.
      There are 10 parts.
      Each part is worth £5.
      Punt gets 7 x £5 = £35
      How much does Dennis get?
    • French and Saunders share 30 sweets in a 5:1 ratio
      How many parts are there?
    • French and Saunders share 30 sweets in a 5:1 ratio
      There are 6 parts
      How many sweets is each part worth?
    • French and Saunders share 30 sweets in a 5:1 ratio
      There are 6 parts.
      Each part is worth 5 sweets.
      How many sweets does French get?
    • French and Saunders share 30 sweets in a 5:1 ratio
      There are 6 parts.
      Each part is worth 5 sweets.
      French gets 5 x 5 sweets= 25 sweets
      How many sweets does Saunders get?
    • Laurel and Hardy share 16 bars of soap in a 3:5 ratio
      How many parts are there?
    • Laurel and Hardy share 16 bars of soap in a 3:5 ratio
      There are 8 parts.
      How many bars of soap is each part worth?
    • Laurel and Hardy share 16 bars of soap in a 3:5 ratio
      There are 8 parts.
      Each part is worth 2 bars of soap.
      How many bars does Laurel get?
    • Laurel and Hardy share 16 bars of soap in a 3:5 ratio
      There are 8 parts.
      Each part is worth 2 bars of soap.
      Laurel gets 3 x 2 = 6 bars of soap.
      How many bars does Hardy get?
    • Baddiel and Skinner share 36 homework questions in 5:4 ratio
      How many parts are there?
    • Baddiel and Skinner share 36 homework questions in 5:4 ratio
      There are 9 parts.
      How many questions is each part worth?
    • Baddiel and Skinner share 36 homework questions in 5:4 ratio
      There are 9 parts.
      Each part is worth 4 questions.
      How many questions does Baddiel do?
    • Baddiel and Skinner share 36 homework questions in 5:4 ratio
      There are 9 parts.
      Each part is worth 4 questions.
      Baddiel does 5 x 4 = 20 questions.
      How many questions does Skinner do?