Maths Mate: Term 3: Sheet 3

Predict: I predict this is going to be about how many players there are in the team.

Read: A number of cricketers are standing in a circle. They are evenaly spaced and the second cricketer is directly opposite the sixth player. How many cricketers are there altogether.

Clarify: none

The Big Question: How many cricket players are there.

Mathematicians Toolbox: Problem Solving.

Solve: I drew a clock face and put 2 direct opposite 6 and figured it out and it was 8.

Summary: This the exat same from the last one but a different answer.

Maths Mate: Term 3: Sheet 2

Predict: I predict this is going to be about how many hockey players there are in the team.

Read: A team of hockey players are standing in a circle. They are evenaly spaced and the forth player is directly oposite the ninth player. How many hockey players are there.

Clarify: none.

The Big Question: How many players are there.

Mathematicians Toolbox: Problem Solving.

Solve: first I drew a clock face and figered it out.

Summary: This was like the last and it was solved in a simular way.

Maths Mate: Term 3: Sheet 1: Q22

Predict: I predict this is going to be about finding out who’s oposite 3.

Read: 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.

Clarify: none

The Big Question: Who’s oposite 3.

Mathematicians Toolbox: Problem Solving

Solve: first drew a clock face and put three down on the left hand side and put 1 and 12 directly next to each over, then I realised it must a clock face when you draw a circle so 9 is opisite 3.

Summary: this was about useing diagrams to this out.