17 thoughts on “More Maths!

  1. If you go diagonal on the 9 times table on number 36 there is 2 sircled number s ether side.
    Why is there 2 sircled number s on the 5 times table column but in the 7 column there is only one been sircled.

    • Are you saying that the “7 column” is the 7 times table. Is there anything special about the circled numbers? Does it have to be about times tables?

  2. Maybe you chose those numbers to test out if we know our odds and evens ( All of these numbers are odd ). These numbers might be circled because the number 37 is the biggest number and blue is the darkest colour and then it goes 35 which is the second biggest number which means it’s red and then yellow is the lightest colour and 25 is the smallest number out of all of them ( 37,35,25 ).

    • They are all odd. That is true. The colour idea is interesting. How else are the numbers different? What makes each of them unique?

  3. I found that yellow was a square number and blue was a prime number, 17 would also be a prime number and I think 19 could have but I know that 4,9,16,36,49,81,100,64 and 1 would have been square numbers aswell

    • Great knowledge of square numbers. Can you write 3 square numbers that are above 100?

      How can you prove that 19 is a prime number?

  4. 25,35 in the 5times tables.
    you could have picked any three numbers
    1,19,6
    12,83,57
    53,21,0 any number at all
    7,16,(25) 8,17,26,(35) 10,19,28,(35)

    • However, 25 and 35 have different coloured circles. What makes these numbers different? Which other numbers could be yellow?

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