Publicans and lorry drivers work with beer kegs. See if you can solve these Level 2 problems.
Dr Eugenia Cheng from Sheffield University hit the news today as she published her findings about the maths behind the perfect cream tea. An internet search will find articles on BBC and ITV news and many national newspapers. Have a go at this activity to see if you can use the formulae for a perfect cream tea..
Practice reading scales by matching the shopping to the correct weight showing on the scales. If you click refresh when you’ve finished you’ll get a different exercise.
Many students read scales incorrectly because they assume each division on the scale is one unit.For instance they would look at this scale and read it as 69 mph as it is one division before 70. This is wrong! Always work out what each division means first. On this speedometer 5 divisions mean 10mph. So each division is 2mph. It is pointing at 68mph.