Yin and Yang

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Teacher’s note – this could be one idea that you use to demonstrate the use of brackets, equations and equalisation. It works well with a scales in which you balance different weights – number them so for example – 1 + 5 = 6. Then use this worksheet below, developing as many equations as you wish.

yin8.jpg 1. (4 x 5) = (19 + __ )

yin8.jpg 2. (20 x 5) = (90 + __ )

yin8.jpg 3. (50 x __) = (120 – 20)

yin8.jpg 4. (6 x 3) = (20 – __ )

yin8.jpg 5. (60 + __0) = (130 – 30)

yin8.jpg 6. (70 + 5) = (25 x __ )

yin8.jpg 7. (55 + 5) = (3 x __ )

yin8.jpg 8. (18 – 2) = (2 x __ )

yin8.jpg 9. (30 x __) = (100 – 10)

yin8.jpg 10. (10 x 10) = (50 x __ )

yin8.jpg 11. (60 x 2) = (30 x __ )

yin8.jpg 12. (70 x 2) = (150 – __ )

yin8.jpg 13. (90 x 3) = (200 – __ )

yin8.jpg 14. (20 x 4) = (__ x 10)

yin8.jpg 15. (7 x 7) = 50 – __ )

yin8.jpg 16. (500 x 2) = (100 x __ )

yin8.jpg 17. ( __ x 11) = (35 – 2)

yin8.jpg 18. (200 x 4) = (1000 – __ )

yin8.jpg 19. (6 x 6) = (40 – __ )

yin8.jpg 20. (102 + __ ) = (3 x 40)

Part – yin’ Yin Spelling Game

Can you see the “yin” inside these words ?

saying

trying

cryingplaying

swaying

copying

drying

fraying

praying

bullying

frying

spying

lying

partying

spraying

Answers :

Buddha’s Spelling Game

Can you hear the sound of the “om” inside these words ?

trombrone

tomfoolery

from

chrome

threesome

somebody

someone

roman

common

dome

home

tomb

atom

pommegranate

bomb

comb

roam

groom

gloom

broom

company

bombastic

1. 1

2. 10

3. 2

4. 2

5. 4 (0)

6. 3

7. 20

8. 8

9. 3

10. 2

11. 4

12. 10

13. 30

14. 8 15. 116. 10

17. 3

18. 200

19. 4

20. 18

© Jacqueline Richards 2007

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