Maths

We have been very busy working on our Teddy Bear’s profile. The Teddies were all thoroughly exhausted after being subjected to ordering,  measuring of height and width using formal and informal units and also creating equivalence statements about the weight of our teddy bear. Here are some photo’s of the work we’ve been doing.

Some people have discovered the power of doubling numbers. If your numbers get big enough, the zeros start adding up.
This is very important place value knowledge. Do you know what number comes after 999 trillions?
Ones
Thousands (1,000 =10^3)
Millions (1,000,000=10^6)
Billions (1,000,000,000= 10^9)
Trillions  (1, 000, 000, 000, 000 =10^12)

What Comes after a Trillion?
10^15 (Numbers after the first number) = quadrillion
10^18 = quintillion
10^21 = sexillion
10^24 = septillion
10^27 = octillion
10^30 = nonillion
10^33 = decillion
10^36 = undecillion
10^39 = duodecillion
10^42 = tredecillion
10^45 = quattuordecillion
10^48 = quindecillion
10^51 = sexdecillion
10^54 = septdecillion
10^57 = octodecillion
10^60 = novemdecillion
10^63 = vigintillion
10^66 = unvigintillion
10^69 = duovigintillion
10^72 = trevigintillion
10^75 = quattuorvigintillion
10^78 = quinvigintillion
10^81 = sexvigintillion
10^84 = septvigintillion
10^87 = octovigintillion
10^90 = novemvigintillion
10^93 = trigintillion
10^96 = untrigintillion
10^99 = duotrigintillion
10^100 = googol

10^102 = tretrigintillion
10^105 = quattuortrigintillion
10^108 = quintrigintillion
10^111 = sextrigintillion
10^114 = septtrigintillion
10^117 = octotrigintillion
10^120 = novemtrigintillion
10^153 = quinquagintillion
10^156 = unquinquagintillion
10^159 = duoquinquagintillion
10^162 = trequinquagintillion
10^165 = quattuorquinquagintillion
10^168 = quinquinquagintillion
10^171 = sexquinquagintillion
10^174 = septquinquagintillion
10^177 = octoquinquagintillion
10^180 = novemquinquagintillion
10^183 = sexagintillion trigintilliard
10^186 = unsexagintillion untrigintillion
10^189 = duosexagintillion untrigintilliard
10^192 = tresexagintillion duotrigintillion
10^195 = quattuorsexagintillion
10^198 = quinsexagintillion
10^201 = sexsexagintillion
10^204 = septsexagintillion
10^207 = octosexagintillion
10^210 = novemsexagintillion
10^213 = septuagintillion
10^216 = unseptuagintillion
10^219 = duoseptuagintillion
10^222 = treseptuagintillion
10^225 = quattuorseptuagintillion
10^228 = quinseptuagintillion
10^231 = sexseptuagintillion
10^234 = septseptuagintillion
10^237 = octoseptuagintillion
10^240 = novemseptuagintillion
10^243 = octogintillion
10^246 = unoctogintillion
10^249 = duooctogintillion
10^252 = treoctogintillion
10^255 = quattuoroctogintillion
10^258 = quinoctogintillion
10^261 = sexoctogintillion
10^264 = septoctogintillion
10^267 = octooctogintillion
10^270 = novemoctogintillion
10^273 = nonagintillion
10^276 = unnonagintillion
10^279 = duononagintillion
10^282 = trenonagintillion
10^285 = quattuornonagintillion
10^288 = quinnonagintillion
10^291 = sexnonagintillion
10^294 = septnonagintillion
10^297 = octononagintillion
10^300 = novemnonagintillion
10^303 = centillion
10^603 = ducentillion
10^903 = trecentillion
10^googol = googolplex

Also: Googolplexian: The worlds largest number with a name. A "1" followed by a googolplex of zeros.

Googolplex: The second largest number with a name. A "1" followed by a googol of zeros.

Googol: A large number. A "1" followed by one hundred zeros.

2D has been learning about place value. We know that when we get to 9,  and we get one more, we need to make a bundle of “10”. Clever Mathematicians do this all the time. We also made “mega bundles” when we arrived at 10 bundles of 10- This is called “one hundred”.

Please ask your child to show you how the bundling system works and how to write numbers according to their hundreds, tens and ones. They should explain it like this: 156 has one of the hundreds, 5 of the tens and 6 of the ones. 1 hundred, 5 tens and 6 ones.

15 thoughts on “Maths”

1. chloe Miles says:

Mr Andrea can you put out some more harder maths activities?

• Mr Andrea says:

I’m just doing one now Chloe. Check out the most recent post following the compound words one. 🙂

• Chloe Miles says:

more pleeeeeeeeeeease

• Chloe Miles says:

pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease

• Mr Andrea says:

I think you should think of some materials you might use if you were going to make an array of 100 Chloe. I’m positive you can find something around your house that can be arranged into an array of 100. You could then find some of the other arrays with this amount. Do you accept my challenge??

• Chloe says:

Challenge accepted!

• chloe says:

100 skittles

• chloe says:

20×5=100
5×20=100
1×100=100
100×1=100
50×2=100
2×50=100
4×25=100 25×4=100

• Chloe Miles says:

more more peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease

2. Christopher HOsking says:

Hi Mr Andrea, Heres a maths sum
60+60 = 120

• Mr Andrea says:

Thanks Chris hope you have fun tomorrow.

3. chloe says:

Hi Mr Andrea I was just wondering where the pictures of our teddies (because I would like to see them famous). AND! Also I’ve been having a fun time with them

• Mr Andrea says:

I’m having trouble uploading the photos from my Dropbox for some reason Chloe. Stay tuned.

4. Ella says:

Hi Mr Andrea,

I was exploring your blog and I found this maths section. It sounds like a fun activities for year twos! I would just wanted to let you know about my maths goal. I attempted all of those sums you gave me, I checked them on the calculator and they were correct. Even the hardest one!:19×15 I believe.is there anything else you want me to do over the weekend.

From Ella

• Mr Andrea says:

Depends how keen you are? The following website will generate as many two digit multiplication problems as there are atoms on planet earth. Generate some problems and work them out using a piece of paper and the algorithm instructions. Alternatively, enjoy your weekend.

http://themathworksheetsite.com/mult_multi.html