Hot Summer Test

A Maths Starter of The Day

The Hot Summer Test

Summer 

It is very hot during the summer, so hot that your brain could stop working!

Show that your brain is working well right now by writing out the 41 times table.

How far can you get in five minutes?

1 x 41 = 41
2 x 41 = 82
. . .

CURRENT TEMPERATURE

41o!

Try this activity again when you are feeling hot. Can you get as far in five minutes?

 


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    Answers

    1 x 41 = 41
    2 x 41 = 82
    3 x 41 = 123
    4 x 41 = 164
    5 x 41 = 205
    6 x 41 = 246
    7 x 41 = 287
    8 x 41 = 328
    9 x 41 = 369
    10 x 41 = 410
    11 x 41 = 451
    12 x 41 = 492
    13 x 41 = 533
    14 x 41 = 574
    15 x 41 = 615
    16 x 41 = 656
    17 x 41 = 697
    18 x 41 = 738
    19 x 41 = 779
    20 x 41 = 820
    21 x 41 = 861
    22 x 41 = 902
    23 x 41 = 943
    24 x 41 = 984
    25 x 41 = 1025
    26 x 41 = 1066
    27 x 41 = 1107
    28 x 41 = 1148
    29 x 41 = 1189
    30 x 41 = 1230
    31 x 41 = 1271
    32 x 41 = 1312
    33 x 41 = 1353
    34 x 41 = 1394
    35 x 41 = 1435
    36 x 41 = 1476
    37 x 41 = 1517
    38 x 41 = 1558
    39 x 41 = 1599
    40 x 41 = 1640
    41 x 41 = 1681
    42 x 41 = 1722
    43 x 41 = 1763
    44 x 41 = 1804
    45 x 41 = 1845
    46 x 41 = 1886
    47 x 41 = 1927
    48 x 41 = 1968
    49 x 41 = 2009
    50 x 41 = 2050

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