At the request of Kai (!), he would like some percentage questions to answer at home. So, let’s see who can solve these!
1. 4% of 300 =
2. 5% of 400 =
3. 8% of 900 =
4. 12% of 500 =
5. 11% of 300 =
6. 7% of 500 =
7. 4% of 1200 =
8. 9% of 1300 =
9. 11% of 1400 =
10. 8% of 6600 =
Don’t forget, if someone posts the answer before you, you still need to work it out to check they are correct.
We have been doing lots of exciting maths at school and I have seen you excited and enjoying the learning that you have been doing.
What else would you like to do? If you can give me some ‘exciting’ lessons then we might do them!
Remember my challenge: can you come and tell me when you use maths in real life situations?
There will be stickers for those how can give me reasons why we learn maths at school. Get your thinking hats on!
On Thursday, in Class 7, we were calculating percentages of amounts. We started talking about percentages in real life situations and discussed VAT.
What do you know about it?
What maths have you been doing in the holidays?
I’ve been shopping and had to work out what I spent.
Also. I’ve been baking so had to carefully weigh out the ingredients and time it accurately in the oven.
What have you done?