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What is Functional Maths? Level 1/2 What is Functional Maths? Level 1/2

Every day maths We face lots of maths problems every day – some simple, Every day maths We face lots of maths problems every day – some simple, some not so simple. Here are some examples.

The weather… The temperature yesterday was 4 degrees. Weather experts say the temperature will The weather… The temperature yesterday was 4 degrees. Weather experts say the temperature will drop by 8 degrees overnight. What will the temperature be tomorrow? 4 – 8 = -4 ?

Going to the cinema… You and your three friends decide to go and watch Going to the cinema… You and your three friends decide to go and watch a new movie in 3 D. Tickets cost £ 7. 50 each or a group ticket for up to four is £ 25. Which tickets would be the cheapest? £ 7. 50 x 4 =£ 30 ? Group ticket = £ 25 Tic £ 7. 50 kets eac 4 for h or £ 25

Going to the cinema… You and your three friends decide to go an watch Going to the cinema… You and your three friends decide to go an watch a new movie in 3 D. You buy two drinks and three tubs of popcorn. What is the total cost for your trip? Popc £ 1. 42 orn each Ticket (group) = £ 25 ? s £ 3. 98 Drinks (2 x £ 1. 99) = ? Popcorn (3 x £ 1. 42) £ 4. 26 ? = £ 33. 24 Total = ? Tic £ 7. 50 kets eac 4 for h or £ 25 Drin £ 1. 99 k each

Time… The film starts at 19: 45 and lasts for 90 minutes. You have Time… The film starts at 19: 45 and lasts for 90 minutes. You have to be home by 21: 30, do you have enough time to watch the film? 19: 45 + 90 minutes = ? 21: 15

Time… Your dinner will take 25 minutes to cook. You put the food in Time… Your dinner will take 25 minutes to cook. You put the food in at 21: 15. What time will your dinner be ready? 21: 25 + 25 minutes = 1: 50 2 ?

Time… What time train would you need to catch from Long Road to be Time… What time train would you need to catch from Long Road to be at the Ice Skating Rink before 08: 30?

Measuring… This is a table of equivalent imperial and metric lengths: Imperial Metric 1 Measuring… This is a table of equivalent imperial and metric lengths: Imperial Metric 1 inch 2. 54 cm 1 foot 12 inches 0. 3048 m 1 yard 3 foot 0. 9144 m 1 mile 1760 yards 1. 6093 km A cricket pitch is 50 yards wide. How wide is this in m? 0. 9144 m x 50 =? 45. 72 m

What will you learn? Understanding and using whole and negative numbers. What will you learn? Understanding and using whole and negative numbers.

What will you learn? Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using a range of strategies. What will you learn? Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using a range of strategies.

What will you learn? Equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. = 1/10 = 0. 10 What will you learn? Equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. = 1/10 = 0. 10 = 10%

What will you learn? Ratio. What will you learn? Ratio.

What will you learn? Solving problems requiring calculation with time, money, weight, length, capacity What will you learn? Solving problems requiring calculation with time, money, weight, length, capacity and temperature.

What will you learn? Using simple formulae. What will you learn? Using simple formulae.

What will you learn? Converting units of measure. What will you learn? Converting units of measure.

What will you learn? Calculating area and perimeter in practical situations. 3. 05 m What will you learn? Calculating area and perimeter in practical situations. 3. 05 m 21. 12 m

What will you learn? Constructing geometric diagrams, models and shapes. What will you learn? Constructing geometric diagrams, models and shapes.

What will you learn? Extracting and interpreting data from graphs, tables, charts and diagrams. What will you learn? Extracting and interpreting data from graphs, tables, charts and diagrams.

What will you learn? Calculating mean, mode, median and range. mode = What will you learn? Calculating mean, mode, median and range. mode =

What will you learn? Assessing the likelihood of an event occurring. What will you learn? Assessing the likelihood of an event occurring.

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