FOREST SCHOOL-Paper 2 by smoothmaths | Jun 22, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your FOREST SCHOOL-Paper 2 1) Work out 78 + 916 ANSWER%BLANK% 7) What fraction is bigger: two thirds or three quarters? You must justify your answer clearlyANSWER %BLANK% 8) Write in digits the number two million, twenty thousand and twenty.ANSWER %BLANK% 11) Bill and Ben are packing Easter eggs in crates. They have a total of 103 Easter eggs to pack. After a while Bill has filled 5 crates and has 12 Easter eggs left over, and Ben has filled 3 crates and has 19 Easter eggs still to pack. How many Easter eggs fit in each crate?ANSWER %BLANK% 17) What is 6 + 0.3 ?ANSWER%BLANK% 21) Armand is buying grass seed for his garden. The lawn he wishes to make is this shape.ANSWER %BLANK%ANSWER %BLANK% 24) Ella noticed that the 5^{th }October 2015 could be written 5-10-15, with all numbers being a multiple of 5.When is the next date from today (23^{rd }January 2016) which when written in this form also has all the numbers being a multiple of 5? ANSWER %BLANK% 28) Krishani draws a rectangle with area 12 cm^{2 }and its sides are whole number lengths. Its perimeter is 14cm. How long is the longest side?ANSWER %BLANK% 29) Morosé's team have lost 3 times as many matches as they have won. They have not drawn any matches. They have played 24 matches. How many have they won?ANSWER %BLANK% 30) 4 oranges and 7 apples weigh 51 ounces 7 oranges and 4 apples weigh 48 ounces What do 1 orange and 1 apple weigh?ANSWER %BLANK% ounces 33) The triangle numbers are 1, 3, 6, 10, 15,. They are formed like this: 1 1+2 = 3 1+2+3 = 6 1+2+3+4 = 10 1 +2+3+4+5 15 a)What are the next two triangle numbers? ANSWER %BLANK% and %BLANK%b)The 200^{th }triangle number is 10100. What is the 201 ^{st }triangle number?ANSWER %BLANK% 34) Theo has a parallelogram and with one straight cut makes two pieces which he puts together to make a rectangle. Show a cut he could make to do this on the diagram. In the space below show how the two pieces can then fit together to make a rectangle. 35) It takes 4 builders 10 hours to build a wall. How many hours would it have taken 5 builders to build the same wall?ANSWER %BLANK% hours What \[\frac{1}{4}\] IS• — of 0.02?ANSWER %BLANK% Time is Up!