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A puzzle type worksheet with 15 questions and 16 answers where pupils need to eliminate the correct answers to find the odd one out (work out the left over answer).
Topics are: square and cube numbers, square and cube roots.
A good resource for consolidation of these topics.
Answer for this worksheet is 16.
(Note: I have made similar worksheets for BIDMAS and multiples/factors/square numbers).
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AnnCrompton

9 months ago
5

Fab - a lovely little activity to get students engaged at the end of a lesson :-) (Thanks for keeping it free!)

annesavidge

2 years ago
4

Should it be "squared root of 121" - i.e. 121?<br /> Or should it be "square root of 121" - i.e. 11?<br /> Otherwise this is lovely.

syih99

2 years ago
5

Great worksheet - Really like the idea of odd one out. Well done and thank you for cheering.

cdbirch

2 years ago
5

crazy4maths

2 years ago
5

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