Help Johnny!

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12 Questions - Developed by: Angelia Douglass - Developed on: - 313 taken

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  • 1
    Johny needs snacks for 12 players.
    Each 3D shape is filled with snacks for one player.
    All 3D shapes are 10cm x 4cm.
    If I have 3 boxes of the same size to fit them in, what size would the boxes need to be?
  • 2
    If the 3D shapes that are full of snacks weight 250g, how much will the boxes weight if 6 3D shapes are in one boxes?
  • 3
    Johnny needs 330mls of water for each of the 12 players.
    Johnny has 1Lt bottles, how many bottles would he need to carry all the water?
  • 4
    Johnny has now been told he has 16 players to provide snacks and water to.
    Johnny decides to use the larger 3D shapes that are 14cm x 6cm.
    Johnny has 4 boxes to fit the 3D shapes full of snacks. What size does each box need to be?
  • 5
    If Johnny has 16 3D shapes full of snacks that weight 450g each, how much would this weight?
  • 6
    If Johnny has 11 players and they need 300mls of water at half time and 250mls of water at the end of the game. How much water would he need?
  • 7
    Johnny now has 12 players and the 3D shapes full of snacks now weight 750g.
    How much do all the 3D shapes full of snacks weight?
  • 8
    Johnny has to make extra 3D shapes to fill with snacks for players. Johnny wanted to make 3D squares. But is unsure of how many square faces this shape has, can you help him, how many faces does a 3D square have?
  • 9
    Johnny wants to add an extra 4 3D Triangular prisms to full with snacks, Johnny needs to know what faces make up this shape, can you help him? What faces does a triangular prism have?
  • 10
    Johnny wants to have add extra 8 3D shapes full of snacks that weight 450g, how much will this weight?
  • 11
    Johnny needs help placing the boxes in order from lightest to heaviest, can you help him?
  • 12
    Johnny needs to place to water bottle from the smallest amount to the largest amount, can you help him?

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