### target - Suffolk Maths

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16
50%
n2
+6
x4
280
8
64
70
280
10%
1
x
7
28
4
x9
36
n
6
x8
48
Puzzle a day
• If a lion has 4 legs, a cheetah has 6
legs and an antelope 8 legs, how many
legs has a buffalo?
• 6. two legs per vowel
• How many
oranges are
here?
• A shopkeeper
builds a similar
pile of oranges
but with one
extra layer. How
many oranges
would this have?
• What size of pile
could you build
with a box of 200
oranges?
Countdown
25
1
1
2
5
TARGET
Stop
6
1
9
290
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
2J
J÷B
A+D
BxG
Y÷E–D
C+D
W–R
IxB
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
T
E
E
N
A
G
E
R
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
700p
£5
20%
X23
-£2
1
3
1
23
21
7
1%
7p
X60
420p
+30p
450p
x2
£9
30%
270p
• What other times
• When you turn over
this egg timer, three
could you measure?
sand timers measure 3
minutes, 4 minutes
separate sand timers?
and 5 minutes. They
cannot be turned over
individually.
• How could you use the
timer to measure 6
minutes?
• You could measure 7
together 3 and 4
minutes - but does it
matter which you do
first?
The right hand star in
each set is the result
of the two other stars
multiplied together,
minus one.
Puzzle a day
• Can you fill in the missing number?
9
4
35
?
7
3
20
7
36
Countdown
10
8
6
4
7
TARGET
Stop
100
1
9
824
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
I–G+B
CxG
J–G
V÷B
Z÷B–A
C2
BxG
P-I
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
U
C
K
L
I
N
G
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
300
81
-30
270
-9
72
÷90
3
45
n2
9
5
x
8
+3
48
n2
81
5
x
6
40
5%
2
• How many
squares does
this chocolate
bar have? To
question, it may
help to measure
the photograph
with a ruler.
• The whole bar weighs
100 grams. What does
one square weigh? A
recipe uses 28 grams
of chocolate. How
many squares is this?
Puzzle a day
• Change one letter in each word to
form three new words with a common
theme.
• WALL CASTER TROY
• WALK, CANTER, TROT.
Countdown
75
2
3
2
7
TARGET
Stop
8
1
9
581
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
CxG–B
P÷B
U–P
D2
V–N
A+D
IxB
X÷F
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
S
H
E
P
H
E
R
D
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
£5.50
x2
x3
-£1
75%
24
11
33
3
x
8
1
x
2
9
4.50
32
10%
45p
24
+9p
54p
÷6
9p
• This tiling consists • What is the
of squares and
area of one of
parallelograms.
the
The large squares
parallelograms?
each have an area
of 1 square meter.
The angle between
the large squares
and small squares
is 45 degrees.
• What is the area
of one of the small
squares?
Puzzle a day
• Betty was making flowers for the
local carnival. 11 flowers had red in
both red and yellow in them.
• How many flowers did she make?
Red
R and Y
Yellow
6
5
2
Countdown
100
9
2
3
4
TARGET
Stop
1
1
9
372
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
BxD
R–M
P÷D
P–I
T–L–C
FxC
Y–J
J+M
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
H
E
D
G
E
R
O
W
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
• A normal set of • You can buy domino
sets going up to
dominoes has 28
"double twelve."
tiles and the
How many tiles
largest is
would these sets
"double six."
have?
This special
domino set has
more tiles and
the largest is
"double nine."
How many tiles
does it have?
11
1000
25%
1
2
-4
n
250
125
121
11
x8
88
-8
80
x4
320
5%
16
n
4
Puzzle a day
and the first said to the other “give me
two cows and I’ll have as many as you
have.” After this was done, the second
said “Now you give me two cows and I’ll
have double the number you have.”
• How many cows were there, and how many
did they have each?
Countdown
10
1
2
2
6
TARGET
Stop
100
1
9
818
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
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•
•
•
•
•
Z÷B
B÷B
CxE–A
T÷E
Z–Y
BxI
R÷B
• Z-L
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
M
A
N
D
A
R
I
N
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
• The horizontal bar
in the photograph
has holes spaced
10 cm apart for
the hoops to pass
through. One hoop
is 30 cm wide.
• How many hoops
would you need to
make a railing that
is 250 cm long?
• Can you find a rule
that gives the
length of railing
for any given
number of hoops?
26
+19
2
9
n2
7%
7
45
x8
56
10
+18
74
100
-4
70
7
50%
35
3
x
5
21
Puzzle a day
• Which number should replace the
question mark?
1
5
13
10
15
4
5
4
4
0
2
6
4
2
4
6
• 5. the centre numbers are the
result of the bottom two numbers
subtracted from the top number
Countdown
25
1
7
4
5
TARGET
Stop
2
1
9
195
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
• The seeds in this
be two numbers in the
yellow daisy make
Fibonacci sequence 1,
spiral patterns.
1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34
Some of the
• See what you can find
spirals go in a
clockwise direction
Fibonacci sequence.
and some go
anticlockwise.
• Count the number
of spirals going in
each direction.
Code Words
• T–A
Z–A
• B+A
• G – (B x C)
• J+C
• T–E
• FxC
• J–E
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
S
Y
C
A
M
O
R
E
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
£20
1%
x8
-10p
double
£3
20p
x9
£27
1.60
+£19
46
1.50
-£6
40
£3
75%
30
25%
£7.50
A puzzle a day
• which number should replace the
question mark?
1
6
1
?
7
2
6
3
2
3
5
4
• 4. The numbers in each block of 3
• Can you see any
• This beautiful
patchwork quilt
right angles
has quite a
here?
complex design.
• Try to see the
basic units from
which it is
constructed.
Countdown
50
9
6
4
4
TARGET
Stop
2
1
9
432
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
BxC
X÷B
T–S
Z÷B
CxC
CxE–A
BxC+A
T-E
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
F
L
A
M
I
N
G
O
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
34p
x100
+£18
-400p
25%
1200p
£34
10%
120p
52
half
60
48
x5
£3
12
x100
300
1
x
4
£75
• The picture shows
the ventilation
holes in a hair
dryer.
• There are 9 holes
in the first circle
and 12 holes in the
next circle. How
does the pattern
continue?
• Try to figure out
counting the holes
in the picture.
Puzzle a day
• What comes next in the following
sequence?
• 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, ?
• 100. This is the sequence of numbers
with no letter ‘t’ in their names.
Countdown
75
1
9
6
4
TARGET
Stop
2
1
9
468
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
BxC
X÷B
T–S
Z÷B
C2
CxE–B
BxC+A
T-E
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
F
L
A
M
I
N
G
O
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
• Each compartment in
this box contains six
jelly beans of the
same flavour. They
are arranged in two
layers of three beans.
There is a different
flavour in each
compartment.
• How many different
flavours are there in
the box? How many
beans are there
altogether?
• Jelly beans are sold in
"40 official flavours".
Suppose that the jelly
you to design a similar
box that could hold all
40 flavours. Is this
possible?
25
+17
+19
-1
1
3
20
42
61
60
20
x9
180
10%
18
4
9
8
x50
400
3%
12
puzzle a day
• Which 4 letter word links all of these?
• STEP, LOOSE, SORE, HOLD, LIGHTS
• Foot
Countdown
50
3
4
7
8
TARGET
Stop
1
1
9
766
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
• This pattern uses square • A snail crawls across
the tiles visiting the
tiles of three different
colours in order: red,
colours. They are
yellow, black, red,
arranged so that two
tiles of the same colour
yellow, black...
never touch along an
• Is it possible for the
edge. The pattern uses
snail to visit every
equal numbers of the
tile?
three colours.
• Design a different
pattern that also uses
equal numbers of square
tiles in three colours. The
same colour must never
touch along an edge.
Code Words
• DxE–A
• Y÷E–D
T–D
• D2
• X÷C
• C2
• FxC
• J–E
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
S
A
P
P
H
I
R
E
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
5
400
1
x
5
20%
+9
n
80
16
25
5
x70
350
10%
35
2
x
5
14
+29
43
+18
61
A puzzle a day
• How many triangles can you see?
• 35
Countdown
25
6
7
8
3
TARGET
Stop
5
1
9
344
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D+D
J+E
L+G
A+O
C2
BxJ
K–J
X÷B
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
H
O
S
P
I
T
A
L
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
48
37
-19
2
3
18
12
double
24
x2
48
x2
96
-18
78
+3
81
n
9
n
3
Maths Riddles
•
•
•
•
It is less than 50
It is greater than 90
It is a multiple of 8
24 is a factor
72
Countdown
25
10
2
3
7
TARGET
Stop
5
1
9
279
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
S–C
CxE
BxI
U–A
GxC
P÷B
Z–Y
X÷C+D
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
P
O
R
T
U
G
A
L
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
4400p
£55
-£27
28
25%
7
x9
63
-£19
44
10%
220p
1
x
2
-10p
1
x
440p
3
X6
210p
70
420p
Maths Riddles
•
•
•
•
It is an even number
It is less than 79
5,4 and 3are all factors
It is a multiple of 10
60
Countdown
25
8
3
4
2
TARGET
Stop
1
1
9
588
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DxD
F+M
CxE
X–H
Y–T
BxI
U–A
E2
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
P
R
O
P
E
R
T
Y
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
73
-16
+3
60%
÷9
4
57
n2
16
60
+19
35
36
x2
70
4
80%
56
-18
38
Maths Riddles
•
•
•
•
•
It is a square number
It is an odd number
It is less than 50
It is greater than 20
7 is a factor
49
Countdown
75
2
3
5
6
TARGET
Stop
7
1
9
168
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
X÷D
CxE
T–E
BxJ
Z÷M
V–U
CxF–F
Y÷E+G
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
F
O
O
T
B
A
L
L
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
600
8%
-19
+3
x2
48
29
32
64
64
n
8
x90
720
10%
72
+29
101
-100
1
Maths Riddles
•
•
•
•
•
It is a square number
It is an even number
It is less than 50
It is greater than 20
4 is a factor
36
Countdown
75
6
5
4
1
TARGET
Stop
1
1
9
817
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
O+A
CxD
V–U
X÷H
T÷D
F+G
N–M
CxH–D
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
P
L
A
C
E
M
A
T
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
• Which weighs more 50kg of rocks or 50kg of
feathers?
• How much earth is there in a hole 25m long, 6m
wide and 2m deep
• Farmer went into the field, and found 13
rabbits eating corn. He shot one-how many were
left in the field?
• A squash racquet and ball cost me £31.60. the
difference in price was £30 how much did the
ball cost?
Angle Acronyms
360
Deg in
a circle
• 180
DIAT
180 Deg in a triangle
360 DIAC
360
Deg in
180 Deg in a straight
line
• 180
DIASL
360 DIAQ
• 90 inDIARA
5 sides
a pentagon
5SIAP
90 Deg in a right
angle
• AAAE angles are
CAAE
Corresponding
Alternate
equal
angles
are equal
• ZAAAA
6 sides
in a hexagon
6SIAH angles
Z angles are alternate
Countdown
50
6
9
4
4
TARGET
Stop
2
1
9
432
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
Code Words
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
V–S
X÷C
J÷B
L+G
DxE
BxG
J+K
C+D+F+G
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
C
H
E
S
T
N
U
T
A=1
P = 16
B=2
Q = 17
C=3
R = 18
D=4
S = 19
E=5
T = 20
F=6
U = 21
G=7
V = 22
H=8
W = 23
I=9
X = 24
J = 10
Y = 25
K = 11
Z = 26
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
0 = 15
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