pdf, 288 KB
pdf, 288 KB
Story with words made by turning calculations upside down. Gives practice using powers, mixed numbers etc. without being too boring. You have to imagine you're using an old calculator, but I&'ve included a key to facilitate this. Answers included on second page of document. Last question includes the factorial button which I realise isn&';t KS3 but 'try some numbers and try to work out what the ! key does' keeps the early-finishers busy for a couple of minutes!
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BPS5111

3 years ago
4

stuart314

3 years ago
5

Great activity, especially for my ESL students. Thank you for sharing.

ganarchist

4 years ago
5

matheopath

4 years ago
4

Really useful for a cover lesson, thanks!

pigbag

4 years ago
5

Lots of fun with this resource. It covers many aspects of calculator usage. Thanks

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