Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 2

Question: A number of hockey players are standing in a circle. They are evenly spaced and the fourth player is directly opposite the ninth player. How many hockey players are there all together?

Prediction: I predict I will have to use ”Draw a diagram”.

Clarification: What rugby is opposite fourth if they are standing in a circle evenly spaced.

Solution

  1. Draw a circle, and fill the numbers in evenly spaced and put 11 players.
  2. Put a circle around four, and look at the opposite of it and it should be nine.
  3.  If its not that you haven’t drew the numbers evenly.
  4. So in the end your answer should be 11.

Spelling Term 2 Week 2

1. Please copy your list words three times into your homework book.

2. Start preparing your speech for classmasters, if you’re not sure of your topic
check with your teacher.

3. Start looking for ideas for your debate topics, the earlier you begin this
process the easier it will be when it is your turn to debate.

4. Choose four list words. Write each word in a sentence to indicate you have a good understanding of the word.

I Feel PRIDE in myself when I win something.

Today I had a great PERFORMANCE in my match against the tigers.

”Can I have a Coffee?” you will have to go speak to the DIRECTOR about that.

I am the CAPTAIN of my team.

COMPREHENSION is the grammar and spelling in your writing.

5. By now you should have your book for Literature Circles. Carefully look at the responsibilities your role entails. What do you have to have completed before you meet again as a group? Remember to record all of your answers in your reading reflection book.

6. Prefixes : Write the definition of a prefix.
Complete the table below with as many prefixes as possible.

A prefixes is a little group of words that go at the beginning of the word to make it a different meaning.

PRE:

premature, prebill, prebilled, prebilling, preblls, preschool, preschools, preplay, pregame, pregames, pre

HYPER:

hyperbole

TRANS:

transport, transplay, transply, transexport,

100 WC Term 3 Week #40

…but ‘I’m afraid it’s the last one’, he said what if he finds out I took the last cookie when it was meant to be his he will be furious. ”Just don’t let him find out” whispered Ben. John went back to his room and started playing with Ben but five minutes later in stormed and angry Paul looking for his cookie. He screamed ”I KNOW YOU ATE MY LAST COOKIE SO DONT YOU DARE LIE TO ME”!!!!!!!! I didn’t, I didn’t I swear. Well then Paul saw some cookie crumbs on johns chin. So what with the cookie crumbs on your chin. I WAS HUNGRY OK!!!!!!!!!!

Maths Mate Term 3 Week 1

Question: Rugby players numbered 1 to 12 are standing in a circle in numerical order. They are evenly spaced. What number does the player opposite number 3 wear?

Prediction: I think I will have to use draw a diagram in this sum.

Clarification: You have to find the opposite player to number three while the ruby team is in a circle.

Solution

  1. Draw the numbers 1 to 12 in a circle evenly spaced.
  2. Put a mark on number three so you know where it is in the circle.
  3. If you look at three and across from three should be a nine, just like a clock.