** 1. If a dartsman threw 200 darts at a dartboard and only 2 % of them hit, how many is that ? **

** 2. In a dart’s competition, the dartsman won 5 % of the 500 games. How many is that ? **

** 3. Fill in the following table of the darts’ scores. What is the missing number ? **

** TEAM 1 TEAM 2 **

**Game 1 8 12 **

**Game 2 22 ….. **

**Game 3 10 8 **

**Game 4 10 15 **

**Game 5 ….. 5 _______________________**

**Total 70 60 **

** 4. Every time the winner won a competition, he bought a new drink to celebrate, costing £1.25. If he won 75% of the 12 games he played, how much did he pay ?**

** 5. If 20% of the 80 darts that one player threw missed, how many a) hit ? b) missed ?**

** 6. Only 3% of the 200 darts landed on the bullseye, how many is that ?**

** 7. If 8 of 12 darts thrown landed on the right hand side of the dartboard. **

**a) What fraction landed on the right side ? b) What fraction landed on the left ? **

** 8. The dartboard fell off the wall once every ten minutes. Work out how many times it fell off the wall in two hours ? **

** 9. The dartboard chalk was 10 cm long at the beginning of the game but 2 cm broke off. What fraction, decimal and percentage was left ? **

** 10. If a player threw 120 darts at the dartboard, but only 80% of them hit, how many is that ? **

**Work out the following using an algebraic equation. **

**1. An umbrella shop had four shelves in the window containing 80 umbrellas. If 4u = 80 then u = what ? **

** 2. One bookshelf contained 45 books and the bookshelf had four shelves. How many books were there in total ? **

** 3. I read a quarter of the way through my book – 120 pages. Therefore, how many pages are there in total ? **

** 4. There are four pencils side by side stretching 100cm across my desk. Therefore how long is one ? **

**H****ow many English phrases can you think of that include the word “you” ? Divide the class into two teams and distribute cards of two colours. Then the “Bull” (leader) designs a dingbat drawing of the phrase. Each player who guesses the phrases correctly wins a point for his team and the winning team scores most points. Example – “I have my eye on you” = my i **

** u **

**Bullseye Dingbat **

**An alternative to the above game could include “eye” or anything to do with “looking” and “seeing”. Example – “Love is blind”, “An eye for an eye”, “A good idea”, “Look behind you !”. **

**Add the bull’s “i” to complete these words. **

**c__rcled **

**f__xed **

**s__de **

**__ncl__ned **

**pr__de **

**m__ddle **

**s__ster **

**tr__ed **

**cr__ed **

**fr__ed ****egg **

**m__xed **

**bl__nd **

**f__nd **

**beh__nd **

**l__ned paper **

**decl__ned **

**recl__ned **

**Fr __ day **

**Add the letters E – Y – E instead of the eye. **

** © Jacqueline Richards 2007 **

**Answers : 1. 4 2. 25 3. a) 10 b) 20 c) 4 4. £11.25 5. a) 16 b) 54 6. 6 7. a) 8 / 12 = 2 / 3 rds b) 4 / 12 = 1 / 3 rd 8. 12 9. 1 / 5 th ; 0.2 ; 20% 10. 96 **

**Bully 4u Answers : 1. 4u = 80, u = 20 2. u = 45, 4 u = 180 3. u = 120, 4u = 480 4. 4u = 100, u = 25cm **

**Bull’s i Answers : circled; fixed; side; inclined; pride; middle; sister; tried; cried; fried egg; mixed; blind; find; behind; lined paper; declined; reclined; Friday **

**Seeing Is Believing Answers : eye ball; eye socket; eye lash; eye brow; eye lens; eye mascara; eye liner; eye contact; eye shadow; eye on you; an eye for an eye**