The weight of a cuboid depends on its colour. What is the weight of the four cuboids, one of each colour, on the scales immediately above? No calculators allowed!
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253g + 27g + 1304g + 439g = 2023g
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The Starter above was redesigned in 2014. The original starter contained some slightly larger numbers:
DIVIDE and ADD
2051 ÷ 7
1200 ÷ 16
2553 ÷ 23
62560 ÷ 368
Find the four quotients above then add your answers together. No calculators allowed!
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The answer to the extension activity is 293 + 75 + 111 + 170 = 649