I have received many positive comments regarding the maths riddles. I was pleased with that, so I thought to provide you, with the following video, the answers to tasks uploaded yesterday; but the video has also some more challenges that you could do. Make sure that you stop the video to work the answers out before watching the answers. Do you think you could that? I am sure you can!!!
I would also like to add that next week, there will be no tasks uploaded as it is going to be ‘Half Term’. I will be posting as usual from the 1st of June 2020. Have a nice break!!!
Today, I would like to present to you with some difficult maths and English riddles which will stretch your thinking skills. The answers to Thursday, and the one I am going to upload tomorrow, will be given on Monday, so be patient and THINKKKKKKKK!!!!!!
1. A grandfather, two fathers and two sons went to the movie theater together and everyone bought one movie ticket each. How many tickets did they buy in total?
2. A cell phone and phone case cost $110 in total. The cell phone costs $100 more than the phone case. How much was the cell phone?
3. A duck was given $9, a spider was given $36, a bee was given $27. Based off of this information, how much money would be given to a cat?
4. If you buy a rooster for the purpose of laying eggs and you expect to get three eggs each day for breakfast, how many eggs will you have after three weeks?
5. If the zookeeper had 100 pairs of animals in her zoo and if two pairs of babies are born for each and every one of the original animals, and then sadly 23 animals don’t survive, how many animals do you have left in total?