Homework tasks due 16 September
TASK 1 : MATHS
1. What is the current time in (a) 12hour time, and (b) 24hour time?
2. Place these values on a number line:
0 5 6.75 7 4.5 1 8 1.25 10 3.06 3.60 0.45 8.5
3. What year was it a decade ago?
4. Round 4.656 to the nearest hundredth.
5. 0.7 +2=___
6. Is a square 2D or 3D?
7. 410 70=_____
8. 0.2 = ____/10
9. What is the number after 18,999?
10. (5 x 3) + (124) = _________ (show your working out)
11. What year was a century ago?
12. What is the time 25 minutes after 7:25am?
13. Visit the Bureau of Meteorology for the week of 12 September, and create a column or bar graph of the minimum weeknight (MonFri) temperatures. Ensure you include a chart title, labelled x and y axis with headings and values. You can choose to draw this on graph paper or create it in Excel and print it.
14. What night(s) recorded the lowest temperature?
15. (a) What is the average maximum temperature? (b) Explain your working out.
16. What is the mode temperature(s)?
17. What is the mean temperature(s)?
18. What night(s) recorded the highest temperature?
1. What is the current time in (a) 12hour time, and (b) 24hour time?
2. Place these values on a number line:
0 5 6.75 7 4.5 1 8 1.25 10 3.06 3.60 0.45 8.5
3. What year was it a decade ago?
4. Round 4.656 to the nearest hundredth.
5. 0.7 +2=___
6. Is a square 2D or 3D?
7. 410 70=_____
8. 0.2 = ____/10
9. What is the number after 18,999?
10. (5 x 3) + (124) = _________ (show your working out)
11. What year was a century ago?
12. What is the time 25 minutes after 7:25am?
13. Visit the Bureau of Meteorology for the week of 12 September, and create a column or bar graph of the minimum weeknight (MonFri) temperatures. Ensure you include a chart title, labelled x and y axis with headings and values. You can choose to draw this on graph paper or create it in Excel and print it.
14. What night(s) recorded the lowest temperature?
15. (a) What is the average maximum temperature? (b) Explain your working out.
16. What is the mode temperature(s)?
17. What is the mean temperature(s)?
18. What night(s) recorded the highest temperature?
Maths Extension Questions (if you have time):
1. What is a cube number?
2. What are some examples?
3. What does a cube number look like?
TASK 2 : 3 Minute Math Challenge
Print the table below and get your stopwatch ready!
Try and complete the challenge within 34 minutes. It doesn't matter if you can't  it means that you are to try and beat this week's time in next week's challenge. Good luck!
3 Minute Maths  Week 8  
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TASK 3: VIDEO COMPREHENSION
Watch the following YouTube clip and think about the message being portrayed. Make some dot point notes that respond to the questions and be prepared for a class discussion on Friday.
Watch the following YouTube clip and think about the message being portrayed. Make some dot point notes that respond to the questions and be prepared for a class discussion on Friday.
 Why do you think the boy feels that way about the threelegged dog?
 Explain why you think the mum bought him that particular dog for her son?
 Imagine the dog is a new student to a class who has a disability or a learning impairment. How might he/she feel entering a new environment?
 Both the boy and the dog have adjusted to life missing a limb. Have you or someone you know ever had to adjust to something that has happened in your life? Explain the situation and how they made adjustments.
 The short film shows that animals and pets deserve love. Write or discuss three ways that you can think of that people can show love to animals.
 The film's title is called 'The Present'. Explain why you think it was called this? Is there more than one interpretation?
TASK 4: SPELLING CONTRACT
Ensure you complete your Spelling Contract for homework, if you don't get it completed in class time.
Ensure you complete your Spelling Contract for homework, if you don't get it completed in class time.
GROUP 1 WORDS

GROUP 2 WORDS
