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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.
|Y1||7||20||5||triangle or rectangle||one quarter|
|Y10||any!||37 was not in the original sequence and 18 was missing (11,18,25,32,39,46)||4 minutes||3/5||143 (Base 5)|
|Y11||123457||84||144 triangles||40/11||9 children|
|Post 16:||15,21, n(n+1)/2||At 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|
Yesterday’s puzzle was set by Anne-Marie Imafidon, MBE. Here is her solution:
Early Years Story Time!
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