Day 6 – Here’s What’s On Today! (You can also check your daily email for this info and share with colleagues)

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Other activities:

Family Scavenger Hunt (10:00 am)

Thank-You From Maths Week England

And don’t forget all our other resources and competitions running this week.

Answers to the quiz. Well done if you got them all right!

Well done to everyone who took part this week – here are the solutions.

Y17205triangle or rectangleone quarter
Y2402 cm5185
Y31732cm116cm123 apples
Y438647pimpossible!2 days100cm
Y5£38.351.97m45144240 bottles
Y710960They’re square1/2
Y9The Monument801816858
Y10any!37 was not in the original sequence and 18 was missing (11,18,25,32,39,46)4 minutes3/5143 (Base 5)
Y1112345784144 triangles40/119 children
Post 16:15,21, n(n+1)/2At least one is even and at least exactly one has a factor of 3.a 4 foot by 4 foot package won’t be quite long enough, so you’ll need a third dimension and a package which is 4 ft x 4 ft x 2 ft.E.g. y = x2 – 5x + 9 There are an infinite number of curves that go through these points, with different coefficients of x2.Six: x=1,2,3,4,5,6… when (x2 – 7x + 6) = 0, when (x2 -7x+11) = 1 and when (x2 -7x+11) = -1 and (x2-7x+6) is even
We’ll be sending random prizes to some of you who posted some of our favourite solutions using our hashtags!

Video Solution.

Yesterday’s puzzle was set by Anne-Marie Imafidon, MBE. Here is her solution:

Early Years Story Time!

A short ‘Thank You’ Message from us to you.

See you next year – put the dates in your diary now: