# Year 4 Maths task- Thursday 4th June

Good morning year 4!

Today we are continuing to find fractions of amounts but this time we are looking at money. I have put the guide sheet from yesterday back up in case you need support. Comment your answers below.

Finding fractions of amounts guide

EXAMPLE: Would you rather 2/4 of £12 or 2/6 of £12?

2/4 of £12= £6

2/6 of £12= £4

Would you rather 2/4 of £12 or 2/6 of £12? I would rather have 2/4 of £12 as there is £2 more money.

Answer the questions below working out in the same way. Write the answer to each fraction problem and then which amount you would rather have:

- Would you rather 3/4 of £24 or 2/6 of £24?
- Would you rather 2/8 of £16 or or 2/4 of £16?
- Would you rather 3/6 of £30 or 2/3 of £30?
- Would you rather 3/5 of £15 or 2/3 of £15?
- Would you rather have 3/4 of £12 or 5/6 of £12?

1. I would rather have 2/6 of $24. Because there is $8 more.

2. I would rather have 2/4 of $16. Because there is $4 more.

3. I would rather have 3/6 of $30. Because i already have a lot of money.

4. I would rather have 2/3 of $15 so i can give some to my mom and dad.

5. I would rather have 5/6 of $12 so i can buy a toy.

Thank you for explaining your answers Timur, well done.

1) I would rather have 3/4 of 24 because there will be 10 more.

2) I would rather have 2/4 of 16 because there will be 4 more.

3) I would rather have 2/3 of 30 because there will be 5 more.

4) I would rather have 2/3 of 15 because there will be 1 more.

5) I would rather have 5/6 of 12 because there will be 1 more.

Super answers Franek.

3/4 of £24 is 18

2/6 of £24 is 8

I would rather 3/4 of £24 because it’s more money.

2/8 of £16 is 4

2/4 of £16 is 8

I would rather 2/4 of £16 because it’s more money.

3/6 of £30 is 15

2/3 of £30 is 20

I would rather 2/3 of £30 because it’s more money.

3/5 of £15 is 9

2/3 of £15 is 10

I would rather 2/3 of £15 because its more money.

3/4 of £12 is 9

5/6 of £12 is 10

I would rather 5/6 of £12 because it’s more money.

Zip Scrivener

Fantastic understanding Zip

1: 18 or 3. I prefer 18.

2: 4 or 8. I prefer 8.

3: 15 or 20. I prefer 20.

4: 9 or 10. I prefer 10.

5: 9 or 10. I prefer 10.

Well done Ben

1. Would you rather 3/4 of £24 or 2/6 of £24?

I would have 3/4 of £24 as there is £10 more.

2. Would you rather 2/8 of £16 or 2/4 of £16?

I would have 2/4 of £16 as it has £2 more.

3. Would you rather 3/6 of £30 or 2/3 of £30?

I would have 2/3 of £30 as it has £5 more.

4. Would you rather 3/5 of £15 or 2/3 of £15?

I would have 2/3 of £15 as it has £1 more.

5. Would you rather have 3/4 of £12 or 5/6 of £12?

I would have 5/6 of £12 as it has £1 more.

Great detailed responses giving your reasons, well done.

1. I would have 2/6 of 24 because it has 8more.

2. I would have 2/4 of 16 because it has 2 more.

3. I would have 2/3 of 30 because it has 4 more.

4. I would have 2/3 of 15 because it has 2 more.

5. I would have 5/6 of 12 because it has 1 more.

Well done Max

1) I would have 3/4 of £24 because there will be 10 more. 2) I would have 2/4 of £16 because there will be 2 more. 3) I would have 2/3 of £30 because there will be 5 more. 4) I would have 2/3 of £15 because there will be 1 more. 5) I would have 5/6 of 12 because there will be 1 more.

Good job Regina

(1)I will rather have 3/4 because there will be 10 more.

(2)I will rather have 2/4 because there will

be 2 more

(3)I will rather have 2/3 because there will be 5 more

(4)I will rather have 2/3 because there will be 1 more

(5) I will rather have 5/6 because there will be 1 more

(1)I will rather have 3/4 because there will be 10 more.

(2)I will rather have 2/4 because there will

be 2 more

(3)I will rather have 2/3 because there will be 5 more

(4)I will rather have 2/3 because there will be 1 more

(5) I will rather have 5/6 because there will be 1 more

Good work Michael

1. I would rather have 3/4 of £24? = 18 – 10 more.

2. I would rather have 2/4 of £16? = 8 – 4 more.

3. I would rather have 3/6 of £30 = 20 – 5 more.

4. I would rather have 2/3 of £15? = 10 – 1 more.

5. I Would rather have 5/6 of £12? = 10 – 1 more.

Good girl Brooke.