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Functional Maths Level 2 Part 7

Functional Maths Level 2 Part 7

Six worksheets with mixed word problems on a variety of real life problems involving measuring distances, calculating areas and angles and distances. Use scale drawings to set up security lights, work out the number of slabs needed to cover a patio, decide how much paint is needed to paint a room, order the grit needed to clear a car park, calculate the cost of a new fence and work out the cost of filling a swimming pool. Illustrated with adult characters. Written model answers are included. For more functional maths resources visit http://www.skillsheets.co.uk/FunctionalSkillsheets.co.uk For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
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Functional Maths Level 2 Part 6

Functional Maths Level 2 Part 6

Six worksheets with mixed word problems on a variety of real life problems involving measuring capacity, volume, angles and distances. Draw probability spinners, design a box, investigate paper sizes, saving water, compare volumes of storage boxes and see how to fit small boxes efficiently into a large carton Illustrated with adult characters and includes written model answers. For more functional maths resources visit http://www.skillsheets.co.uk/FunctionalSkillsheets.co.uk For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
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Areas of 2D Shapes: BODMAS, and Algebra Problem Solving

Areas of 2D Shapes: BODMAS, and Algebra Problem Solving

7 page pdf booklet. Reminders of the rules (along with shape diagrams with dimensions) for obtaining the areas of squares, rectangles, triangles, rhombuses, parallelograms, and trapeziums are provided. There are 10 questions asking students to find missing areas, heights and widths using number values required for substitution into formulae provided for such 2D shapes. Three example algebraic problems are then reviewed and full workings (with reminders about BODMAS) provided: 1) Substitution of an x value into length and width expressions to find a missing area of a rectangle; 2) Finding the value of x given an area value for a rectangle, and length and width in terms of x; 3) Finding the value of x and a width given expressions in x for opposite lengths in a rectangle as well as its value of area. These examples are followed by another 10 questions for more able students requiring substitution of algebraic terms into such area formulae as per the 3 examples provided.
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Converting Metric Units of Measure

Converting Metric Units of Measure

The introduction / long starter involves a brief look at imperial and metric measures, including a video from Ted Ed and a (free) resource from Kangaroo Maths. The rest is focused on using ratio to convert metric measures by giving a clear and full picture of the metric system. Fluency and problem solving tasks included (all with answers). Some extra questions included from CIMT year 8 Unit 17 (also freely available).
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