Don't Forget...

....school term ends on Friday 15th December at 2.30pm

Tuesday at 3:42pm

Use all 4 numbers to make 24. 

For example the top left card's solution could be (5x2)+(2x7) = 10 + 14 = 24

Comment your solutions for the other cards. 

1 Team Point for the first for each card.24game

Comments that people have made about this blog post

Comment 1 Comment by Sarah C on 25 Sep 12 at 3:58pm | Quote this comment
1) 7x2=14
5x2=10
10+14=24
Comment 2 Comment by Sarah C on 25 Sep 12 at 4:28pm | Quote this comment
2) 8-4=4
5+1=6
6x4=24
Comment 3 Comment by Mr Brooks on 25 Sep 12 at 7:36pm | Quote this comment
Well done Sarah, 2 Team Points. Come on the rest of you, who is going to solve cards 3 and 4?
Comment 4 Comment by Mr Brooks on 27 Sep 12 at 5:53pm | Quote this comment
I have been accused of setting a puzzle (bottom left) that is unsolvable, I can assure you that it is possible. Come on get those thinking caps on.
Comment 5 Comment by Mr Ryan on 27 Sep 12 at 6:26pm | Quote this comment
Sorry, Mr Brooks: had to solve the last one for you!

(7-4)+1 = 4
4 x 6= 24

3rd one is eluding me so far though. Come on mathematicians!
Comment 6 Comment by Mr Brooks on 27 Sep 12 at 7:51pm | Quote this comment
Well done Mr Ryan. 1 Team Point. Only 3rd one to solve now.
Comment 7 Comment by Poppy F on 29 Sep 12 at 12:41pm | Quote this comment
5x3 =15 - 7 = 8 x 3 = 24
with a bit of help from Jasmine. ;-)
Comment 8 Comment by Mr Ryan on 29 Sep 12 at 6:59pm | Quote this comment
Ah, well done Poppy & Jasmine - that one has been bugging me for a couple of days! 8)
Comment 9 Comment by Mr Brooks on 30 Sep 12 at 5:21pm | Quote this comment
Well done Poppy and Jasmine. 1TP. But can anyone write it using brackets so the whole sum equals 24? (see my example) Another problem to solve next week.
Comment 10 Comment by Archie D on 03 Oct 12 at 4:01pm | Quote this comment
(5x3)-7 = 8
8x3=24
Comment 11 Comment by Mr Brooks on 03 Oct 12 at 6:08pm | Quote this comment
Well done, more puzzles next week.

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