Yesterday’s answers

Here are the answers from yesterday’s questions:

EBM

 

Problems of the day

 

 

Bar Models

 

Challenge of the day

I should have made it clearer in the question: the containers have no measurements along the sides so you can’t accurately measure out halves, thirds, quarter etc.

This problem has a few solutions – here’s mine:

  • Fill the 3L container from water source
    [3 litres in 3L container]
  • Pour the 3 litres from the 3L container into the 5L container
    [3 litres in 5L container]
  • Refill the 3L container from the water source
    [3 litres in both containers]
  • Fill the 5L container from the 3L container – as there are 3 litres already in the 5L container, you will end up pouring 2 litres from 3L container into the 5L
    [5 litres in 5L container and 1 litre in 3L container]
  • Empty 5 litres from 5L container back to water source
    [1 litre in the 3L container]
  • Pour the 1 litre from the 3L container into the 5L container
    [1 litre in the 5L container]
  • Refill the 3L container from the water source
    [1 litre in the 5L container and 3 litres in the 3L container]
  • Finally, pour the 3 litres from the 3L container into 5L (which already has 1 litre in it)
    [4 litres in the 5L container!]

Here’s a picture showing this:

 

Sentence / Fragment / Run-on

1.) Sentence
2.) Sentence
3.) Fragment (relative clause – it would be a question if it had a question mark)
4.) Run-on
5.) Fragment (subordinate clause)
6.) Sentence
7.) Run-on
8.) Sentence
9.) Run-on
10.) Fragment (a very long noun phrase)

 

History

You could have had more answers for some of these questions but here’s the general answers:

CEOP
Music Mark
School Games Platinum
School Games Virtual
Church of England
Safer School
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