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Mr Bromley's Maths Group

Using nets of shapes to create rain forest villages

We have been using Numicon to help understand algebra.

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Solving volume problems and finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes

Solving volume problems and finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes 1
Solving volume problems and finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes 2
Solving volume problems and finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes 3
Solving volume problems and finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes 4
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Solving volume problems and finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes 9
Solving volume problems and finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes 10

Perfect Presentation

Perfect Presentation 1 Isobel Malumphy
Perfect Presentation 2 Niamh Layton
Picture 1 Parallel lines of equal length
Picture 2 An acute angle (approximately 35 degrees)
Picture 3 2 lines that bisect and are perpendicular

Zeus' challenges

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12 - Square Numbers FINAL.WAV

Missing Number Maths Challenge

10.10.14

 

......... is 2600 less than 4200

 

5.43 increased by .......... is 5.5

 

6.7 is .......... more than 2.1

 

........ plus 3.1 is 9.5