http://nrich.maths.org/2105&part

This is a problem that year six looked at today in maths. Can you see and explain the patterns?

Good luck

http://nrich.maths.org/2105&part

This is a problem that year six looked at today in maths. Can you see and explain the patterns?

Good luck

mitchell and ibraheemsealing solution

0+8

1+7

2+6

3+5

4+4

5+3

6+2

7+1

8+0

dhastingsPost authorThis is ok for the 8 but what numbers will you have left after the other envelopes are filled?

jonathan32/64 = 64/128 = 128/256 = 256/512 = 512/1024 = 1024/2048 = 2048/4096 = 4096/8192 = 8192/16384 =

16384/32768

dhastingsPost authorCan you explain the pattern?

Great work on finding so many in the pattern.

Mrs H

jonathan32/64=64/128=128=256