# Y4 Maths task- Tuesday 31st March.

Good morning!

Answer each question in the comments box below, you might want to work some of them out on paper first. Click on the blue link to make the questions bigger.

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### 13 thoughts on “Y4 Maths task- Tuesday 31st March.”

• 31st March 2020 at 9:52 am

1
a] 0.1
b] 0.01

2
a] 1/10>9/100
b] 1/10<12/100
c] 1/10<20/100
d] 2/10=20/100

3
a] I agree with Eva because you can only partition into two tenths and five hundredths.

4
a] 3/10=30/100
b] 7/10=70/100
c] 80/100=8/10
d] 20/100=2/10
e] 27/100=2/10+7/100
f] 67/100=6/10+7/100

5
a] 2/100, 3/100, 4/100, 5/100
b] 11/100, 12/100, 13/100
c] 34/100, 36/100, 38/100, 40/100
d] 73/100, 70/100, 69/100, 68/100

6
a] Amir can count in tenths by making one bead a tenth so ten beads is one. When Amir gets to six then Amir needs to count seven more.

7
a] 3 left and 97 right.
b] 23 left and 77 right.
c] 23 left and 77 right.
d] 53 left and 47 right.

• 31st March 2020 at 10:07 am

Very clear explanations to support your great mathematical understanding. Thank you Franek

• 31st March 2020 at 11:55 am

1.
A) b)
10/100 1/100

2.
A)1/10
B)12/100
C) 20/100
D) 2/10=20/100

3.
Eva
Because she actually is doing a way to work it out unlike Jack

4.
A) 30/100
B) 70/100
C) 8/10
D) 2/10
E) 2/10+70/100
F) 6/10+70/100

5.
A)
2/100 3/100 4/100 5/100
B)
11/100 12/100 13/100 14/100
C)
34/100 36/100 38/100 40/100
D)
73/100 70/100 69/100 68/100

Amir can count faster from counting 6 tenths and add the 7 on to make 67

7.
A)
3/10 3/100
B)
23/10 23/100
C)
23/10 23/100
D)
53/10 53/100

• 31st March 2020 at 1:21 pm

Thank you Kristers, your number sense is great. Take a break and take a look later at the Science – please send your photos to the year 4 email address,

• 31st March 2020 at 1:08 pm

1.
a) 0.1=10/100
b) 1/100

2.
a) 1/10 > 9/100
b) 1/10 < 12/100
c) 1/10 < 20/100
d) 2/10 = 20/100

3.
I think Eva completed her partition correctly 25/100=2/10+5/100, however I agree with Jack there are other ways you can partition 25/100, for example:
25/100=1/10+15/100
25/100=10/100+1/10+5/100
25/100=2/100+5/100+8/100+1/10

4.
a) 3/10=30/100
b) 7/10=70/100
c) 80/100=8/10
d) 20/100=2/10
e) 27/100=2/10+7/100
f) 67/100=6/10+7/100

5.
a) 0,1/100,2/100,3/100,4/100,5/100
b) 9/100,1/10,11/100,12/100,13/100,14/100
c) 3/10,32/100,34/100,36/100,38/100,4/10
d) 73/100,72/100,71/100,7/10,69/100,68/100

6.
Annie is right as you can count the beads faster by using tenths, so Amir can count 6 tenths + 7 beads to get 67 in total.

7.
a) left 3/100 right 97/100
b) left 23/100 right 77/100
c) left 23/100 right 77/100
d) left 53/100 right 47/100

• 31st March 2020 at 1:18 pm

Great responses Alex, hope you are ok

• 31st March 2020 at 4:13 pm

25th March English task from Hanna

• 1st April 2020 at 12:13 pm

Where did you post your English Hanna we cant see it?

• 31st March 2020 at 5:29 pm

1) 1/10 – 1/100
2) A > B < C < D =
3) I agree with Jack because you could do 1 tenth and 15 hundredths
4) A 30 B 70 C 8 D 2 E 2/10 7/100 F 6/10 7/100

• 31st March 2020 at 8:06 pm

George, it is fantastic to see you on here. Hope you are ok and staying safe. Thank you for taking the time to do maths. Great understanding

• 19th April 2020 at 9:50 pm

1.
a) 1/10
b) 1/100
2.
a) 1/10 < 9/100
b)1/10 < 12/100
c) 1/10 < 20/100
d) 2/10 < 20/100
3.
a) I agree with Aver because you can only partition it as 5 tenths and 5 hundredths.
4.
a) 3/10 = 3/100
b) 7/10 = 7/100
c) 80/10 =8/100
d) 20/100 = 2/10
e) 27/100=2/10+7/100
f) 67/100=6/10+7/100
5.
a) 2/100 3/100 4/100 5/100
b) 11/100 12/100 13/100
c) 33/100 34/100 35/100 36/100
d) 69/100 68/100 67/100
6.
a) you have to count up in tenths up to 67 tenths.
7.
a) on the left 3 and on the right is 97.
b) on the left 23 on the right 87.
c) on the left 23 on the right 87.
d) on the left 57 on the right 53.