# Educational software series Young Einstein Mathematics. Maths Practice Homework Sheet.

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Practice Maths Homework Generated 27/08/2014 9:44:00 AM

From Maths Practice Maths Homework Module Adding Volumes

Using 2 items

Instructions: Dad found three partially used 10 litre cans of paint in the garage. Work out the answers below.

Hint:

Try and convert the sentence into a sum or equation before you attempt an answer.

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 Q 1   Blue has 7 lts, Yellow has 6 lts and Red has 5 lts. If he mixed the Blue and Yellow paints together, this would make green. How many litres of green paint could he make?     Q 2   Blue has 9 lts, Yellow has 2 lts and Red has 4 lts. How many litres of paint have already been used?     Q 3   Blue has 2 lts, Yellow has 9 lts and Red has 1 lts. If he mixed the Blue and Red paints together, this would make purple. How many litres of purple paint could he make?     Q 4   Blue has 5 lts, Yellow has 6 lts and Red has 6 lts. How many litres of paint are left altogether?     Q 5   Blue has 6 lts, Yellow has 9 lts and Red has 4 lts. If he mixed the Blue and Yellow paints together, this would make green. How many litres of green paint could he make?     Q 6   Blue has 7 lts, Yellow has 9 lts and Red has 1 lts. If he mixed the Blue and Red paints together, this would make purple. How many litres of purple paint could he make?     Q 7   Blue has 9 lts, Yellow has 3 lts and Red has 1 lts. How many litres of paint are left altogether?     Q 8   Blue has 8 lts, Yellow has 7 lts and Red has 1 lts. If he mixed the Blue and Red paints together, this would make purple. How many litres of purple paint could he make?     Q 9   Blue has 1 lts, Yellow has 5 lts and Red has 5 lts. How many litres of paint have already been used?     Q10   Blue has 6 lts, Yellow has 3 lts and Red has 5 lts. How many litres of paint are left altogether?