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  • Jarrow Cross C of E Primary School
‘Living and Learning’
Value in Everyone

Wednesday 3rd Feb

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Don't forget to give your examples to explain your reasoning. 

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Today, we are going to look at correspondence problems.  All this means is we find all possibilities. Don't worry about what it is called and let's look at what a question looks like and how we solve it. 

 

Imagine that you have 3 pairs of trousers and 2 tops and that any top can be worn with any pair of trousers. How many ways could you wear your clothes, so you never have exactly the same combination of trousers and tops? Can you have a go at drawing that information? Don't worry if you can't, as there's an easy way to work out all those different combinations.  

Watch the video and then answer the questions on the worksheet. 

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