The words you are searching are inside this book. To get more targeted content, please make full-text search by clicking here.

## KS3 SUMMER QUIZ

Related Publications

Discover the best professional documents and content resources in AnyFlip Document Base.

# KS3 SUMMER QUIZ

### KS3 SUMMER QUIZ

The Big Maths
KS3 Quiz

You need to be in teams of 5 in your house colours.
Maximum of 4 teams per house. Choose a team

Memorise pi

Mental warm up. You have about 5 minutes to try and
memorise as many digits of pi as possible. Then we will
ask for 3 volunteers from each house. Which house has
the best memory?

3.1415926535

8979323846

2643383279

5028841971

Round 1

Maths Number problems

Round 1
Question 1

Round 1
Question 2

Round 1
Question 3

Round 1
Question 4

Round 1
Question 5

Round 1
Question 6

How many
seconds are there

in one day?

A 100

Round 1
Question 7

Using only the arithmetic
symbols and 2,5,6,9, make 24

F 300

Round 1
Question 8

I have a cage with cats and birds.
There are 12 heads and 32 feet.

How many birds are there?

A 200

Round 1
Question 9

You have 60 seconds – solve the
easy puzzle

A 300

Round 1
Question 10

Onto a school bus walks a
girl. She is carrying 2 bags.
Each bag has 2 cats. Each cat
has 2 kittens. How many legs

are on the bus?

A 400

1) 31
2) 9.7
3) 2534
4) 40
5) 55
6) 86400
7) (6x 5)/2 + 9
8) 8 birds
9) Easy = 50 (Moderate = 361)
10) 4 cats and 8 kittens = 48 legs PLUS 2 legs for the girl
= 50 legs

A 400

Round 2

Code breaking and puzzles

Round 2
Question 1

B 500

Round 2
Question 2

Caesar Cipher A – D

TEXQ FP QEB PNRXOB
OLLQ LC LKB ERKAOBA?

B 500

Round 2
Question 3

ɿoƚɔɒʇ ɘno ʜƚiw
ɿɘdmun ɘɿɒupƨ ɒ ƨi
ɿɘdmun ƨiʜT

B 500

Round 2
Question 4

- .... .. ... / -. ..- -- -... . .-. / .. ... / . .. --. .... - / - .. -- . ... / ... .. -..-

- .... .. ... / -. ..- -- -... . .-. /

.. ... / . .. --. .... - / - .. -- .

... / ... .. -..- B 500

Round 2
Question 5

F 500

Round 2
Question 6

F 200

Round 2
Question 7

Using only the arithmetic symbols
and 2,5,6,9, make 24

F 400

Round 2
Question 8

How many squares are
there in this shape?
(include squares of
different sizes)

B 300

B 300

1) X marks the spot
2) What is the square root of one

hundred? (=10)
3) This number is a square

number with only 1 factor (= 1)
4) This number is eight times six

(=48)
5) The shape looks like this:

B 300

6) a) Change the 6 to a 5, and use that
matchstick to make 5+4 = 9
b) Or change the plus to minus – and 8-
4=4
c) Or 0 + 4 = 4
d) Or make equals into /=

7) Turn the equation upside down

8) 16 1x1 squares
9 2x2 squares

4 3x3 squares

1 4x4 square

Total = 30 squares

B 300

Round 3

Maths Dingbats and pictures

Round 3
Question 1

Round 3
Question 2

Round 3
Question 3

Round 3
Question 4

Round 3
Question 5

Round 3
Question 6

Round 3
Question 7

Round 3
Question 8

Round 3
Question 9

Round 3
Question 10

1) Right angle
2) Questionnaire
3) Survey
4) Day dream
5) Network
6) Sir Isaac Newton
7) Leonardo Da Vinci
8) Albert Einstein
9) Prism
10) Trapezium

A 400

Round 4

Maths quick fire

Round 4
Question 1

Round 4
Question 2

Round 4
Question 3

Round 4
Question 4

Round 4
Question 5

Round 4
Question 6

Using only the
arithmetic symbols
and 11,7,8,8, make
24

F 400

Round 4
Question 7

When does
1 + 1 = 10 ?

B 100

Round 4
Question 8

Using only the arithmetic
symbols and 6,6,6,10 make 24

A 500

Round 4
Question 9

.

Replace each letter with a number to make the sum
true. The same letter must have the same number

MOST
+ MOST
=TOKYO

B 200

B 300