This week we are learning maths skills which will help us to improve our scores in our daily quiz.
You will know you have been successful when you can:
# Identify and define a prime number.
# Identify the place value of hundreds of millions through to units/ones.
# Identify and write the roman numbers from 81-100.
# Revise, draw and define types of lines.
# Learn the 7 times table.
Prime Numbers Task – Studyladder
Intro into Place Value – Khan Academy
Place Value – Khan Academy
Types of Lines
This week we are going to learn the definition for and how to use the following mathematics terms:
Palindromic Numbers, Ratio, Tessellations, Prime Numbers, Compass Points and Classifying Angles
Success Criteria – you will know you have been successful when:
#You can identify a ratio in three different formats. # You can identify the rules for tessellations
# You can locate the prime numbers on a number chart
# You can identify all of the compass points on a compass
# You can identify and classify angles. #You identify and create your own palindromic numbers
Numbers that read the same backwards and forwards.
The number “17371” is a Palindromic Number.
“5” is also a Palindromic Number.
But “1234” is NOT, because backwards it is “4321” (not the same)
Ratios are a comparison of two items with the same unit.
Ratios can be written three different ways.
Prime Numbers Task 1
Prime Numbers Task 2
Compass Points Activity
Classifying triangles by angles