Drag the pumpkins here that are wrong or false.
Drag the pumpkins here that are correct or true.
Five times six
times seven is equal
The average of
11, 12 and 13
is the same as 0.25
The square root
of 16 is 8
A shape with eight sides is called a Octagon
There are 1000 centimetres in a metre.
Twice eight times seven is equal to 224
The area of a triangle with base 5cm and height 7cm is 35cm²
If d = 3, e = 5
and f = 7 then
ef − d = 32
If a = 4, b = 6
and c = 8 then
abc = 192
The objective of this activity is to place each of the mathematical statements into the boxes labeled 'Trick' and 'Treat'. If the statement is true it should go into the 'Treat' box but if the statement is false it should go into the 'Trick' box.
When you think all statements have been placed in the appropriate box click the 'Check' button to see how successful you have been.
If all the statements are not in the correct boxes you will be notified of the fact but it is up to you to decide which statement(s) is/are in the wrong box(es).
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