# Week 4 w/c 22.6.20

Each week you're going to have some different tasks to do. Every day there will be a maths problem to solve too.

Day 1: Word problems

Days 2, 3 and 4: Maths skills

Day 5: A combination of skills

## Day 1

Today I'd like you to have a go at these word problems.

London calling
The London Tourist Board publishes figures about which things tourists like to visit in London. It seems that:
55% of tourists visit both the Tower of London and Trafalgar Square.
15% visit the Tower of London but not Trafalgar Square
10% don’t visit either the Tower of London or Trafalgar Square
What’s the percentage of tourists who visit Trafalgar Square but not the Tower of London?

green fingers
Bromley Gardening Society has 120 members. 52 members grow apple trees in their gardens whilst 50 members grow pear trees; 17 members grow both apple and pear trees.
How many members don’t grow either apple trees or pear trees?

getting to school
The 210 children at Meadowbank School filled in a survey about how they travel to school. Here’s some of the information:
130 children regularly walk to school
90 children regularly travel to school by car
25 children sometimes walk to school and sometimes travel there by car
How many children don’t walk to school and don’t travel there by car either ?

There are 26 children in Jenny’s class and here are their reading preferences : 19 children read fiction, 13 children read non-fiction and 2 children read neither fiction nor non-fiction. How many children read both fiction and non-fiction ?

## Day 2

Today I'd like you to have a go at some work on dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. First you can look at the picture (click on it to make it bigger) to remind yourself of how to divide by 10, 100 and 1000. You had a go at multiplying last week - it's just the opposite! Then open up the PDF document which will give you the chance to practice these skills. You could answer the questions on a piece of paper.

## Day 3

Today I'd like you to have a go at rounding numbers. First you can look at the picture (click on it to make it bigger) to remind yourself of how to round correctly. Then open up the PDF document which will give you the chance to practice these skills. You could answer the questions on a piece of paper.

## Day 4

Today I'd like you to have a go at comparing and ordering numbers. First you can look at the picture (click on it to make it bigger) to remind yourself of how to order numbers. Then open up the PDF document which will give you the chance to practice these skills. You could answer the questions on a piece of paper.

## Day 5

Today I'd like you to have a go at this maths skills test which combines lots of different areas of maths that we looked at earlier in the year. Use the websites at the top of the page to help you with any revision you may need to do.
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