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A Bit Fishy

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niki aka inki

niki aka inki Report 9 Jun 2008 21:21

i hate that kinda maths my daughter doing her gcse at mo and keeps asking me them questions i'm like errr pardon lol and i gotta go though it all again when my youngest 3 get to her age lol i went though it with my eldest son last year

Marcelle

Marcelle Report 9 Jun 2008 20:45

GCSE's...they were CSE's when I was at school

He got stressed enough with SATS and was like a bear with a sore head

God help me!

Maria

Maria Report 9 Jun 2008 20:42

PS I've corrected it now but made a typo on my original response, so ask me about sums that's ok, but a speed typing test - forget it :0)

Marcelle

Marcelle Report 9 Jun 2008 20:42

I have to google some of the stuff my son brings home to see what it means lol
I have a ten year old and a 4 year old so will need to try and remember all this stuff

Ooohhh lovely school days. Thanks Maria

Newby Kim

Newby Kim Report 9 Jun 2008 20:41

Broggy , I flippin hate these questions...
Marcelle , wait till he,s doing GCSE exams !!!..LOL
Well done Broggy.. :))))))))

Maria

Maria Report 9 Jun 2008 20:39

Made a few guesses first that were wrong and hit lucky on 3rd guess.

I'm trying to keep my brain ok for this kind of thing cos my twin boys are 13 and some of their homework is getting beyond me, but I've a 5year old to sort out now so trying my best lol.

Maria x

Marcelle

Marcelle Report 9 Jun 2008 20:35

How did you work it out Broggy? Been trying to do it for an hour lol

Maria

Maria Report 9 Jun 2008 20:34

What about 8 Goldfish (8 x £1.80 = £14.40) and 4 Angel fish (4 x £1.40 = £5.60) = £20

Marcelle

Marcelle Report 9 Jun 2008 20:33

Exactly Kim

This is my 10 year old home work and me and his dad are stumped lol
Have to work out how many of each she bought totalling £20

Newby Kim

Newby Kim Report 9 Jun 2008 20:32

Er Marcelle , what kind of fish did she end up buying ???
Got teenage sons so used to this sort of question.. ;))))))))
Kim

Marcelle

Marcelle Report 9 Jun 2008 20:25

Any one up for a sum??? trying to work this one out and gone brain dead!

A goldfish cost £1.80
An angel fish costs £1.40

Nasreen paid exactly £20 for some fish
How many of each kind did she buy?