1) What is one angle in an equilateral triangle worth?
2) Round 14.532 to the nearest whole number.
3) What is 5 cubed?
4) 3 2/6 ÷ 2 =
5) Find: 2/5 of 200 0.3 x 200 75% of 200
LO: To know the nets of 3D shapes.
Last week, we looked at 2D and 3D shapes.
If we unfolded a 3D shape into the 2D shapes it is made from, we would make a net.
What 2D shapes can you see on the 3D shapes below?
1) What do the angles in a quadrilateral add up to?
2) Compare 4.5 4.476 using < or > .
3) What is 2020 in Roman Numerals?
4) 3 2/6 x 2 =
5) Write 44% as a fraction in its simplest term.
1) Write 955 in roman numerals.
2) 387 ÷ 18 =
3) Count 3 steps forward in steps of 10,000 starting from 175,250.
4) Compare the following using < = > :
LO: To investigate 3D nets.
Use the following 6 squares or draw six equal squares.
Investigate how many different nets can be made for a cube.
Is there a rule you need to follow?
Can you spot an arrangement that won’t work before you build it?
How do you know why it will or won’t work?
Can you record your investigation systematically?
Can you find any of the cube nets that you make at home?
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