# Maths – Thursday 4th February

Today’s lesson is about reading different kinds of timetables. We will be doing some of this together at 11am on Zoom. The slides and worksheet are below.

Extra Challenge

Write your own questions (and answers!) for any of the graphs on the worksheet.

### 8 thoughts on “Maths – Thursday 4th February”

• 4th February 2021 at 9:54 am
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maths:
1. a. yes
b. 1hrs
c. 10hrs
d. 2 different lessons at the same time
2. i cant on pc
3. 12:42 12:45 12:56 13:07 13:12 13:25
4. a. 15:01
b. 1hrs3mins
c. a lot of them
d. 46mins
e. i dont know
5. a. yes because the bus gets there at 10:05
b. 11:00
c. hes right

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• 4th February 2021 at 2:35 pm
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Hello Kiran

Check 1c, 3, 4b and me more precise on 4c.

For 4e, think about when the next train from Grantham is if you arrive their at 13:30.

Mr Bushell

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• 4th February 2021 at 10:38 am
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1) a) This is true b) An hour c) 5 hours d) It is like that because two lessonsare happening at the same time and the pool is split/
2) Sent by E-mail
3) 12:41 12:52 12:57 13:10
4) a) 15:01 b) 2 hours and 3 minutes c) At all of them except the Peterborough station d) 46 minutes e) 40 minutes
5) a) He can still make it b) 11:15 c) It depends how early he gets to the station.

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• 4th February 2021 at 2:31 pm
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Well done Franek.

Check 4e and 5b/c.

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• 4th February 2021 at 3:00 pm
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Math work sheet

1.
a. False
b. 1 hour
c. 3 hours

2. Can’t draw table on blog

3. Second bus
12:15
12:27
12:30
12:41
12:52
12:57
13:10

4.
a. 15:01
b. 1:59
c. Leeds
d.46 minutes
e. 48 minutes

5.
a. Yes
The next bus is at 9:35 and will arrive at 10:25

b. 11:00

c. True because they are all around 15 minutes

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• 4th February 2021 at 9:13 pm
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Hello Mia

I can see that you have tried really hard with this and you have clearly done a good job.

Check 1a and 1c, and have a go at 1d (it says talk about it but you can write your thoughts instead).

Q3 is great, as is 4a, d and e.

Check 4b and 4c. For 4c the train leaves Leeds and then goes to which stations?

Great work on question 5 – check c – is it every 15 minutes? Look at how often they leave each bus stop.

Well done again Mia. Awesome work.

Mr Bushell

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• 5th February 2021 at 9:59 am
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Math work sheet corrections

1.
a. True
c. 4hours
d. They are split as there are two sessions going on at same time

4.
b. 2 hours and 3 minutes
c. Wakefield, doncaster, grantham, stevenage, london

5.
C. true – all arrive less than 20 minutes of the next bus

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• 7th February 2021 at 8:14 pm
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Well done Mia.

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