10. Write these decimals in order of size, starting with the smallest:
5.22 5.02 5.202 5.2
(c) Fill in the ingredients required to make 27 oatcakes.
——–— grams oatmeal ——–— grams porridge oats
——–— twists of black pepper ——–— millilitres olive oil
Point R can be plotted on the grid so that when P, Q and R are joined, they form an isosceles triangle.
(b) Using only whole numbers, write down 3 possible coordinates of point R.
32. The symbols ©,♣,♥,☼and ∂ each stand for one of the numbers 1, 4, 5, 9 and 16 Given that the following statements are true, work out the value of each symbol.
∂ x ♥ = ∂
© x © = ♣
∂ + © = ☼
♣ = %BLANK%
Their names are Dolly ,Holly, Lolly, Molly and Polly.
The bar chart bellow shows their results.
Use the information below to work out which child is represented by each letter. •Dolly came top in the Maths exam.
•In the English exam, it was Molly who scored the highest.
•Polly got the lowest total score.
•Holly scored 30 more marks in English than she did in Maths.
Answer: A represents ——–—