# Maths – Tuesday 22nd June

Today’s lesson is the first in a series of lessons about converting units of measurement. The focus is on kilometres.

The lesson slides and worksheet are below.

Good luck and enjoy.

### 8 thoughts on “Maths – Tuesday 22nd June”

• 22nd June 2021 at 9:33 am

i dont get 3

• 22nd June 2021 at 1:32 pm

Hello Kristers

For section 3, the idea is to write how many kilometres (km) and metres (m) are in each amount. For example, 6,300 m would be 6km and 300m.

Mr Bushell

• 22nd June 2021 at 11:01 am

Maths
1. A. 200m
b. 300m
c. 50km
2. A. 10km
b. 90km
c. 800m
d. 400km
e. 700m
f. 30km=3000m
3. a. 60km. 60km-100m 60km-200m 60km-450m
b. 40km-300m
50km-300m
60km-300m
c. 800m
500m
1400m
950m
4. 300m
300m
1200m
5km
600m
400m
1km
5000m
5.
=
=
6. 9km 800m
7. 2000m
7km
500m
2.5km
1750m
8. A. 1500m
b. 7500m

• 22nd June 2021 at 4:52 pm

Hello Kiran

Don’t forget that there are 1,000m in 1km and not 100.

Mr Bushell

• 22nd June 2021 at 2:01 pm

I don’t get any of this
Because it is new. What are we supposed to do

Imaobong
Tull classs

• 22nd June 2021 at 4:44 pm

Hello Imaobong

Don’t panic! Watch the video as many times as you need and this will help you with the later questions. Do what you can and ask any questions that you need to.

Mr Bushell

• 22nd June 2021 at 2:54 pm

Number one a
B 3000
C 5k
Number 2
B is 9m
8000
D answer is 7km and then 7000

Number 3
For a
For b answer is 6 then 100
Then c 6 than 200
Then d answer is 6 than 450
E answer is 4 than 300
Then f is 5 than 300
The g answer is 6 than 300
The last answer for 3 are 3200 than 9600:than the last answer is 95klomters

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