Multiply&Divide

2D Shapes

Patterns

3D Shapes

Measurement

The value of 5 x 0.

What is 0?

This 2D shape has 6 sides.

What is a hexagon?

It is the pattern rule for this number pattern: 16, 20, 24, 28..

What is growing by 4s?

This shape has 4 vertices, 12 edges and 8 faces.

What is a cube?

You would use this unit to measure a item that is very heavy. For example a brick.

What are kilograms?

This is the answer to 12 divided by 3.

What is 4?

The number of vertices and sides for a pentagon.

What is 5?

It is the pattern rule for the number pattern: 57, 55, 53, 51...

What is shrinking by 2s?

This shape has 4 triangular faces, 3 vertices, 6 edges and has an apex.

What is a triangular based prism?

The number of centimetres in a metre?

What is 100?

This is the answer to 6 x 5.

What is 30?

The special type of angle that is inside a square. This angle is always correct.

What is a right angle?

These are the common attributes for shape patterns.

What is colour, shape, size, number of, direction or position?

This is the number of vertices an octagonal based prism has.

What is 16?

The number of meters in half a kilometer?

What is 500 m?

4 rows of 7 equal this number.

What is 28?

An equilateral triangle's (all sides are the same length) angles are this compared to a right angle.

What is smaller than a right angle?

It is the next 3 numbers to this pattern: 39, 45, 51, 57...

What is 63, 69 and 75?

The number of faces and shapes of faces of a pentagonal based pyramid.

What is 5 triangular faces and 1 pentagon face?

You would use this unit to measure a small amount of liquid. For example the amount of medicine in an eye dropper.

What are milliliters (ml)?

The quotient for this division question is 8.

What is 16 divide by 2, 32 divide by 4 etc.?

This is the definition of a parallelogram.

What is a quadrilateral where opposite sides are parallel?

It is the pattern rule for: 97, 86, 75, 64...

What is shrinking by 11s?

These 3D shapes have 2 congruent bases and all other faces are rectangles.

What is a prism?

The order of these weights from heaviest to lightest: 100g, 1kg, 10 kg, 5g.

What is 10kg, 1kg, 100g, 5g?

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