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1 P18. Act. 2 P19. Act. 3 There are numerous answers here is an example: 8 (top) 3 5 5 8 1 7 2 6 4 9 3 1 9 7 2 6 MATHS WITH CAPS Act. 1 (bottom) P24. Act. 1 (a) 4 solutions (b) 16 solutions P25. Act. 2 Answers will vary. PENTOMINOES P28 Act. 3 6 by 10 grid - numerous solutions. 5 by 12 and 4 by 15 3 by 20 - only 2 solutions possible Solutions for 5 by 12 grid will give 5 by 6 (twice) and 5 by 5 with 5 by 7. PERIMETER PATHWAYS P31. Act. 6 - Perimeter Pathways Largest - 58 squares Smallest - 14 squares Page 46 Ready-Ed Publications Active Maths STEPPING STONES P33.

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2 Only B and H are possible. P40. Act. 3 Wendy’s route: CBABFAEFEDACDKIDGHIGIJHJKDC She travelled 26kms. 4 roads more than once. DARTBOARD MATHS P41. Act. 3 Two darts 4 4+0; 3+1; 2+2 = 3 ways 5 5+0; 4+1; 3+2 = 3 ways 6 6+0; 5+1; 4+2; 3+3 = 4 ways 7 7+0; 6+1; 5+2; 4+3 = 4 ways Three darts 4 4+0+0; 3+1+0; 2+2+0; 2+1+1 = 4 ways 5 5+0+0; 4+1+0; 3+2+0; 3+1+1; 2+2+1 = 5 ways 6 6+0+0; 5+1+0; 4+2+0; 4+1+1; 3+3+0; 3+2+1; 2+2+2 = 7 ways. 12 can be made 16 ways. ) P42. Act. 2 59: 20+20+19 = 1 way 58: 20+20+18; 20+19+19 = 2 ways 57: 20+20+17; 20+19+18; 19+19+19 = 3 ways 56: 20+20+16; 20+19+17; 20+18+18; 19+19+18 = 4 ways Challenge: 30 can be made in the most different ways.

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