1.
How many students are at the school?
2.
How many Human Calculators are there?
3.
How many more Human Calculators are there than Junior Giants?
4.
If all the Almost Einsteins moved up a rank, how many Human Calculators would there be?
5.
What is the amount of the key. Each symbol if worth? $___________ . Just put the number.
6.
In which class did 15 students choose chocolate frogs?
7.
Which was a more popular choice in Year 6, mint chews or marshmallows?
8.
How many students are there in Year 5?
9.
What was the most popular lolly in Year 5? No capitals
10.
The lolly that Mr Gain should buy the most of, due to it being the most popular is: ____________________ No capitals
11.
In which game did the Hornets beat the Ravens by 15 points?
12.
In which game did the Hornets beat the Ravens by the most points?
13.
Calculate the total points scored by the Ravens in 5 games. Only write the number.
14.
How many more points did the Hornets score in 5 games? Only write the number.
15.
Which sold better, the cookies or the chocolate?
16.
Who sold the most altogether?
17.
If the cookies were $2.50 a packet and the chocolate was $1.50 a bar, how much money did the top
seller raise?
18.
This pie chart shows the television shows children in Year 6 prefer to watch.
Look carefully to see how the pie chart is divided and answer the following questions:
What percentage of children prefer to watch comedy? _____% Put the number only.
19.
This pie chart shows the television shows children in Year 6 prefer to watch.
Look carefully to see how the pie chart is divided and answer the following questions:
What percentage of childrenlike game shows best? _____% Put the number only.
20.
Which types of shows were chosen by the same number of children?
A.
B.
C.
News &
News and Current Events and Games Shows
D.
News &
News and Current Events and TV Series
21.
What percentage was chosen by the same number of children? ___________% Just put the number
22.
There are 64 children in Year 6. How many prefer comedy? ___________% Just put the number
23.
There are 64 children in Year 6. How many like news and current events? ___________% Just put the number
24.
How many more children like watching game shows than a TV series? Just put the number
25.
How many breakfast food ads were there? Number only