P7S Maths Homework due 26/1/18

Complete the Chilli Challenge for Friday 1st February.

Do you go hot, very hot or extreme? Or, can you complete all of the questions?

Hot

Solve the following equations by finding the value of the letter. Show all steps of working:

 

(a)    h  +  4  =  8          (b)    8  +  g  =  2          (c)    6  +  d  =  6

 

(d)    6  +  f  =  20         (e)    3  x  p  =  9            (f)    k  x  10  =  50

 

(g)    27  ÷  j  =  3           (h)    16  ÷  y  =  8           (i)    m  ÷  6  =  2

 

(j)    When a box of chocolates is shared equally between Eve, Emma

and  Elizabeth they each get 5 chocolates.

 

Make up an equation (like the sums above) and solve it to find

out how many chocolates are in the box before sharing them.

 

 

Very Hot


Solve the following equations by finding the value of the letter. Show all steps of working:

 

(a)    h  +  10  =  21          (b)    8  +  g  =  20          (c)    12  –  d  =  6

 

(d)    26  +  f  =  40         (e)    3  x  p  =  27            (f)    k  x  10  =  70

 

(g)    33  ÷  j  =  3           (h)    48  ÷  y  =  8           (i)    m  ÷  6  =  5

 

(j)    When a box of chocolates is shared equally between Eve, Emma

and Elizabeth they each get 13 chocolates.

 

Make up an equation (like the sums above) and solve it to find

out how many chocolates are in the box before sharing them.

Extreme

Solve the following equations by finding the value of the letter. Show all steps of working:

 

(a)    h  +  1.5  =  21.5          (b)    8.6  +  g  =  20.8          (c)    12.8  –  d  =  6.4

 

(d)    26.5  +  f  =  40.5       (e)    3.3  x  p  =  9.9           (f)    k  x  100  =  50000

 

(g)    270  ÷  j  =  30           (h)    72  ÷  y  =  8                (i)    m  ÷  6  =  11

 

(j)    When a box of chocolates is shared equally between Eve, Emma

and  Elizabeth they each get 20 chocolates.

 

Make up an equation (like the sums above) and solve it to find

out how many chocolates are in the box before sharing them.