# Functional Skills. For this project you will have two tasks to complete…

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Functional Skills

For this project you will have two tasks to complete…

Task 2 - Logic Solve a logical problem to work out the nationality of some athletes. You will also have to work out their sport and what day of the week they competed Task 1 - Drawing You will have to plan and draw an accurate scale drawing of an athletic sports field.

What do we have on a athletic sport field and what events do we have? (Think of the Olympics). Task 1 - Drawing

The parts that you will have to include in your sports field are: Running Track Discus Area Javelin Area Long Jump Pit Triple Jump Pit Task 1 - Drawing

What areas of maths, and what equipment will we need? Task 1 - Drawing

You will be given a help sheet like this that tells you the shape of each of the different areas and how big to draw them. It’s not as easy as it sounds and you will have to think about some bits. Task 1 - Drawing To make it fit you will have to use a scale of 1 cm = 5 metres What does this mean?

To save space, both throwing areas and both jumping areas must be placed inside the running track, but they are not allowed to overlap each other. Task 1 - Drawing I suggest that you draw the running track first. Then draw the other areas on separate paper and glue them in to place. Once you have drawn it all it needs to be all on one single A3 piece of paper. Do you want to see mine?...

Task 1 - Drawing Timmy’s Sports Field Scale: 1 cm = 5 metres I’m sure you can do much better! Maybe with some colour and stuff.

Task 1 - Drawing Before we go any further I want to make sure you can use your equipment correctly.

Task 1 - Drawing On the paper on your desk please draw a square with each side length 20 cm

Task 1 - Drawing On the end of the square please draw a semi-circle.

Task 1 - Drawing Measure an angle of 30° from this corner...

Task 1 - Drawing And make this into an isosceles triangle.

You will given this sheet: Task 2 - Logic For the second task you will have Logic problem sheet. It has clues written here A logic grid here And a solution table here Using the clues you have to work out which athlete did which sport, what nationality they were, and which day they did it on.

Task 2 - Logic Using the grid you can put ticks and cross in to help you solve the problem. You may have to use a clue more than once, and even go back and reuse clues. And you will really have to think about it.

Task 2 - Logic Here is the first one as an example...

Task 2 - Logic The American athlete competed two days after Prof F, but the day before the athlete who did the Triple Jump. Dame D is French.

Now its your turn. Here is a reminder of your tasks... Timmy’s Sports Field Scale: 1 cm = 5 metres Task 1 - Drawing You will have to plan and draw an accurate scale drawing of an athletic sports field. Task 2 - Logic Solve a logical problem to work out the nationality of some athletes. You will also have to work out their sport and what day of the week they competed