
Car
number games
Look at the three digits (numbers) on a car, for example 562:
The biggest number you can make by rearranging
them is 652.
The smallest number you can make is 256.
Add the numbers together (5+6+2 = 13).
Multiply them (5x6x2 = 60).
Count up in tens (562, 572, 582, 592, 602
and so on).
Count down in tens (562, 552, 542 and so
on).
Count up in hundreds (562, 662, 762, 862,
962, 1062 and so on).
Count down in hundreds (562, 462, 362, 262,
162, 62).
Subtract the numbers (562 = 3).
Divide it by tens (562, 56.2, 5.62, 0.562,
0.0562 and so on).
Multiply by ten (562, 5,620, 56,200, 562,000
and so on). 

Striker!
Your favourite football striker is scoring in every game! His record for
the first ten games of the season is: 2, 1, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 1, 4. What's
his average number of goals in each game? Clue Add up all the goals and
find the total number scored, then divide this number by the number of games
played. That's your average! 