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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Week 6 Term 3 Maths


a)             3 x 134=402

3 x 4=12
3 x 30=90
3 x 100=300
300 + 90 + 12=402
d)             4 x 204=816

4 x 4=16
4 x 0=0
4 x 200=800
800 + 0 + 16=816
g)            3 x 257=771

3 x 7=21
3 x 50=150
3 x 200=600
600 + 150 + 21=771
b)             4 x 233=932

4 x 3=12
4 x 30=120
4 x 200=800
800 + 120 + 12=932
e)             6 x 142=852

6 x 2=12
6 x 40=240
6 x 100=600
600 + 240 + 12=852
h)           7 x 124=868

7 x 4=28
7 x 20=140
7 x 100=700
700 + 140 + 28=868
c)            6 x 518=408

6 x 8=48
6 x 10=60
6 x 500=300
300 + 60 + 48=408
f)             9 x 223=2007

9 x 3=27
9 x 20=180
9 x 200=1800
1800 + 180 + 27=2007
i)            4 x 258=1032

4 x 8=32
4 x 50=200
4 x 200=800
800 + 200 + 32=1032





















a) 4 x 132= 528

b) 6 x 129= 774

c) 8 x 146= 1168
d) 7 x 512= 3584

e) 8 x 225= 1800

f) 6 x 205= 1230
g) 7 x 442= 3094

h) 9 x 118= 1062

i)  8 x 235=  1880


a) An orchard has 6 containers with 145 apples in each container. How many apples do they have in total?

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6 x 145=870
6 x 5=30
6 x 40=240
6 x 100=600
b) A tie company makes 214 ties everyday of the week (Monday to Friday). How many ties do they make in total?
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5 x 214=1070
5 x 4=20
5 x 10=50
5 x 200=1000
c) A mail centre received 354 parcels on Saturday and another 354 parcels on Sunday. How many parcels of mail have they received?
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354 + 354=708
300+ 300=600
50+50=100
4 + 4=8
600 + 100 +8=708
d) 5 planes have just landed at the airport. Every plane carries 235 passengers. How many passengers in total have just arrived at the airport?
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5 x 235=275
5 x 5=25
5 x 30=150
5 x 200=100=
100 + 150 + 25=275



e) A toy maker has just sent out 8 boxes with 215 toy rockets in each box. How many toy rockets have they sent out in total?

8 x 215=1720
8 x 5=40
8 x 10=80
8 x 200=1600
1600 + 80 + 40=1720

f) A large department store has 4 boxes of socks. There are 121 pairs of socks in every box. How many pairs of socks do they have to sell?

4 x 121=484
4 x 1=4
4 x 20=80
4 x 100=400
g) A bank robber has filled 6 bags of money. He put 254 coins in every bag. How many coins has he stolen?

6 x 254=1524
6 x 4=24
6 x 50=300
6 x 200=1200=
1200 + 300 + 24=1524
h) A warehouse has 8 boxes of pencils and there are 480 pencils in every box. How many pencils do they have in total?

8 x 480=3840
8 x 0=0
8 x 80=640
8 x 400=3200
3200 + 640 + 0=3840
i) A soup company has 5 boxes of cans. There are 158 cans in each box. How many cans do they have in total?

5 x 158=790
5 x 8=40
5 x 50=250
5 x 100=500
500 + 250 + 40=790

Monday, August 25, 2014

Commonwealth Games Animation Term 3


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Life Education Trust Explanation

Last week was our last session at the Life Education caravan. The life caravan is a charity that assists children to understand how to make sophisticated choices about our health, knowledge and decision. The purpose of the life education caravan is to help youth and adolescents, deal with their lives.


At the Life Education caravan, we learnt about-the human body. The human body is the entire structure of a human being and comprises a head, neck, trunk (which includes the thorax and abdomen) chest, arms, hips, legs, knees and toes.


Numerous people are addicted to drugs/alcohol because they had family and friends who loved alcohol. Alcohol and drug addiction is very complicated. It can affect brain functioning in a variety of ways.  Some people are able to use alcohol or medicines responsibly, while others are just not responsible.    


In the Life Education caravan, we learnt that there are many-hard decisions ahead of us. Some people make the wrong decisions, which they choose drugs and alcohol. Drugs and Alcohol had killed many teenagers and adults because they made the wrong decisions. People who took drugs or had alcohol they wished they would be like those who won’t alcoholics or drug addict.  


At the Life Ed caravan, Lynn taught us that the brain is a hard-working element in the human body. The brain is an organ in the human body that is in the center of your lungs. The human brain also helps people to think and perform their actions.


The Life Education Trust caravan has educated us about our body and how it functions. We also have learnt that alcohol and drugs are very harmful to our body especially if people develop addictions. As a result, we have learnt how to look after our body and be able to make wise choices in our future lives.  




Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Soccer Explanation (How To Play Soccer)

Soccer is a very well known sport to many countries like Argentina, Brazil, Germany and etc. The game of soccer is notorious to “football” in some countries besides the U.S., Canada, Australia, Africa and Ireland.  

The history of soccer was played in the 19th centuries in Roman and Ancient Greek. These two countries always played many ball games that indicated the use of their feet. In Gothic France, a violent version of soccer/football originated, which was called La Choule. La Choule was a game where you could hit the ball with any part of the body. Although the game was so violent, in fact it got banned for a very extended time.

Soccer is a enjoyable and competitive game and it is the most-played sport in the world, with over 200 million players from about 200 countries. Now, it is committed to “the beautiful games”, because of it’s remarkable skills, team and individual game play.

Dribbling is like restraining the ball while running. If you want to retain the soccer ball in your team’s possession, you will have to learn how to dribble well. Dribbling a soccer ball is very strenuous, but here is a tip. (If the soccer ball is under your feet, remember to just kick it lightly so that it can stay by your side and away from your opponents.)

Passing is all about kicking the ball exactly where you want it to go. To pass a soccer ball, kick it using the inside of your foot. It will give you less power but it will give you more accuracy. Once you have master the basics of passing, you can then try to kick the soccer ball to one of your teammates.

If you were in a soccer match and was close to the goal, you need accuracy and good kicking strength. You could use the inside of your foot, just like a pass, but you’ll be further away. If you kick with the tip of your toe it will over power. That would not be much of a good choice.

Maths Week 5 Term 3


a)     
            3.25+2.09=5.34
              +0.9   -0.9
                3.34 + 2.00= 5.34
e)
                  6.62+3.35=9.97
              +0.35 -0.35
                     6.97+3.00=9.97
i)    
               7.25+7.96=15.21
              +0.04   -0.04
              7.29+7.92=15.21
b)
                4.13+1.14=5.27
              +0.13   -0.13
                4.00 + 1.27= 5.27
  
f)
             2.08+1.84=4.10
              +0.08   -0.08
                    2.16+1.76=3.92
j)
          1.89+7.22=9.11
              +0.11   -0.11
                2.00+7.11=9.11
c)
           5.22+4.88=10.10
              +0.12   -0.12
                   5.10+5.0=10.10
               
g)
           3.42+2.66=6.08
              +0.34   -0.34
                 3.76+2.32=6.08
k)
              2.68+4.03=6.71
              +0.03   -0.03
                  2.71+4.00=6.71
d)
                3.08+2.03=5.11
              +0.03 -0.03
                   4.1+2.00=5.11
h)
               5.37+4.04=9.41
              +0.04 -0.04
               5.41+4.00=9.41
l)
            5.24+7.21=12.45
              +0.21   -0.21
                5.45+7.00=12.45

m)      
               3.15+2.89=6.04
              +0.11 -0.11
                 3.26+2.78=6.04
n)    
            1.12+1.04=2.16
              +0.04 -0.04
                   1.16+1.00=2.16
o)      
                3.29+4.14=7.43
              +0.14 -0.14
                   3.43+4.00=7.43