(a) Calculate the ingredients needed to make this sorbet for 15 people.
29. Mum, Dad and Granny have three cakes:
Chocolate, strawberry and coffee.
Mum likes chocolate or coffee.
Dad likes chocolate, and Granny likes all three.
How can it be arranged, so that they each get a cake that they like?
Answer: Mum, Dad, Granny
40. Myrtle wants to buy an lce-cream.
The options are:
container cone 20p (C) tub 15p (T)
flavour mint 60p (M) vanilla 50p (V)
topping flake 25p (F) sprinkles 20p (S)
(a) Complete a table to show all the different combinations that Myrtle could choose.
A start has been made for you.
You may not need all of the lines in the table.
(b) Myrtle has exactly 95p and wishes to spend all her money.
Which two combinations of container, flavour and topping could she choose?
Answer: container = _____, Flavour = _____, Topping = _____
(a) Draw pattern 4 on the grid above.
(b) Complete the table below.
42. Three hedgehogs, Rana, Sarah and Tina, are collecting leaves.
Rana collects twice as many as Sarah.
Sarah collects one and a half times as many as Tina.
Between them they collect 198 leaves.
How many leaves did each hedgehog collect?
Answer: Rana=____, Sara=____, Tina=____
(b) List all the starting numbers between 10 and 30 inclusive which give the single digit result 4 in a single step.
For multiples of 11 such as 22 and 55, the result will be zero.
For other starting numbers the numbers in the steps are all square numbers.
(c) List, in order, the possible single digit results.