A great game from Transum to practice angle estimation.
Here are the highlights of the 2015 Mens Final.
Can you use your skills to answer the questions? They range from easy Entry Level to GCSE questions involving data handling, time, distance, speed and Pythagoras. There is a Scale Drawing task that is very good practice for Level 1 students.
This is one in a large series of short videos showing how people use maths at work. See the others here.
Numbers are often rounded to find approximate percentages. For example if 28 out of 119 ESOL students come from Eastern Europe we could round to the nearest ten, giving us 30 out of 120.
30÷120 x 100 = 25% so we can say that 28 out of 119 students is roughly 25%.
Practice your arithmetic with this realistic darts game.
Practice your angle estimation by finding as many different ways to get the ball in the hole as possible.