 # Maths Quiz Year 6 Quizzes 51 to 75

 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 51 Maths Objective To be able to recognise and compare fractions. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Fractions can be brought down to their lowest form by using times tables.  MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 52 Maths Objective To understand the relationship between fractions and decimals. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Proper fractions and decimals are both a part of a whole number. They are just written differently. The fraction 1⁄2 = the decimal 0.5 They both mean 50 parts out of 100. MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 53 Maths Objective To practise using number strategies to convert money from one currency to another. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE That if, for example, 1 euro (€1) is worth 70p, then 2 euros are worth £1.40. €1 = 70p €2 = £1.40, €3 = £2.10, etc. MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 54 Maths Objective To understand the relationship between fractions and decimals. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Proper fractions and decimals are both a part of a whole number. They are just written differently. The decimal 0.5 = the fraction 1⁄2 They both mean 50 parts out of 100. MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 55 Maths Objective To revise topics contained in exercises 44 to 54. Explain... MATHS REVISION This is a test of money and fraction topics. MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 56 Maths Objective To be able to recognise and compare fractions. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Fractions can be brought down to their lowest form by using times tables.  MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 57 Maths Objective To practise doubling skills. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE That 2400 is 24 x 100, so double will be 48 x 100, or 4800. 24 x 100 = 2400 48 x 100 = 4800 96 x 100 = 9600 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 58 Maths Objective To practise halving skills. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE That 5000 is 50 hundreds, so half will be 25 hundreds or 2500. 5000 ÷ 2 = 2500 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 59 Maths Objective To practise changing 12-hour clock times to the 24-hour clock equivalent. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE That ‘am’ means before midday, while ‘pm’ means after midday. 12.02am is two minutes past midnight. 12.02pm is two minutes past noon. On the 12-hour clock ... 9am = 09:00 on the 24-hour clock 9pm = 21:00 on the 24-hour clock MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 60 Maths Objective To practise changing 24-hour clock times to the 12-hour clock equivalent. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE That ‘am’ means before midday, while ‘pm’ means after midday. 12.02am is two minutes past midnight. 12.02pm is two minutes past noon. On the 24-hour clock ... 07:00 = 7am on the 12-hour clock 19:00 = 7pm on the 12-hour clock MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 61 Maths Objective To practise recognising spoken clock times and converting them to the 24-hour clock equivalent. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE To convert to 24-hour clock times, add 12 to the pm times. 1.00pm is 13:00 on the 24-hour clock 6.00pm is 18:00 on the 24-hour clock MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 62 Maths Objective To use multiplication skills to derive equivalent fractions. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Equivalent fractions are fractions of the same value, expressed in a different way. The value remains the same, although the fraction has changed by a ratio of 3. MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 63 Maths Objective To practise applying the same function to different numbers. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Apply the same function to each number to find the answers. Apply the function ‘multiply by 5 and then subtract 7’ to a series of numbers, e.g. if the number is... 6 ⇢ (6 x 5) - 7 = 23 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 64 Maths Objective To practise applying the same function to different numbers. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Apply the same function to each number to find the answers. Apply the function ‘add 3 and then multiply by 10’ to a series of numbers, e.g. if the number is... 10 ⇢ (10 + 3) x 10 = 130 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 65 Maths Objective To revise topics contained in exercises 56 to 64. Explain... MATHS REVISION That this is a test of previous topics. MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 66 Maths Objective To practise applying the same function to different numbers. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Apply the same function to each number to find the answers. Apply the function ‘divide by 2 and then add 8’ to a series of numbers, e.g. if the number is 6 ⇢ (6 ÷ 2) + 8 = 11 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 67 Maths Objective To be able to recognise relationships between fractions and percentages. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Proper fractions and percentages are both parts of a whole number. They are just written differently. The fraction 1⁄2 = 50% 1⁄2 and 50% both mean 50 parts out of 100. MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 68 Maths Objective To be able to recognise prime numbers. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE As prime numbers have no factors except 1 and itself, prime numbers appear in times tables only as multiples of 1. Even numbers (apart from the number 2) cannot be prime numbers. 9 can be divided by 3 4 can be divided by 2 Therefore, neither 9 nor 4 are prime numbers. MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 69 Maths Objective To practise finding simple percentages of numbers up to 100. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE ‘Per cent’ means parts of a hundred. If there are 100 squares, of which 50 are shaded, then 50% are shaded and 50% are not. If there are 100 squares in total, this represents 100% of the squares. 50% of those squares is 00 x (50 ÷ 100) = 50 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 70 Maths Objective To practise finding simple percentages of numbers up to 100. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE ‘Per cent’ means parts of a hundred. If there are 30 squares, of which 15 are shaded, then 50% are shaded and 50% are not. If there are 30 squares in total, this represents 100% of the squares. 50% of those squares is 30 x (50 ÷ 100) = 15 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 71 Maths Objective To be able to recognise relationships between fractions and percentages. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE Proper fractions and percentages are both a part of a whole number. They are just written differently. 50% is one half of a whole one. 50% and 1⁄2 both mean 50 parts out of 100 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 72 Maths Objective To practise finding simple percentages of numbers up to 100. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE ‘Per cent’ means parts of a hundred. If there are 100 pupils, of whom 50 are boys, then 50% are boys and 50% are not. If there are 20 pupils in total, this represents 100% of the pupils. 50% of those pupils is 20 x (50 ÷ 100) = 10 MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 73 Maths Objective Converting centimetres into metres. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE There are 100 centimetres in 1 metre. Each centimetre is 1% of a metre. 1 metre = 100 centimetres MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 74 Maths Objective Converting centimetres into metres. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE There are 100 centimetres in 1 metre. Each centimetre is .01 of a metre. 1.5 metres = 150 centimetres MATHS QUIZ QUIZ 75 Maths Objective Pairing numbers to make 1000. Explain... MATHS EXAMPLE That the number 1000 can be realised in different ways. 1000 is the sum of 500 + 500, 600 + 400 250 +750, etc.   