Each day, Monday to Thursday there will be one difficult question for you to answer. The answer will be a number.
They may take a while to do and could require you to use your maths book.
You will need to record your daily answers.
On Friday you can total up all of your daily answers and submit it online.
If this total is correct you will get a link to a page where you can fill in your name and school. You can then print out your Maths Week Super Challenge Certificate.
Your school will also get a notification of your success!
If your total is incorrect then a message comes up to tell you.
You may then go back and correct an answer.
Re-submit and if correct, you will get the Maths Week Super Challenge Certificate.
Wednesday's Super Challenge Question
The French Open Ladies Tennis Champion, 2019 !
Ash Barty, a young Australian Tennis player kisses the Trophy Cup she has just won. It is the famous Suzanne-Lenglen Cup for the winner of the French Open Tennis Championship.
What a win! Ash was the first Australian for over 40 years to win the French Open Ladies Tennis Championship.
For her win, Ash was paid US$2,600,000.
There were 128 ladies who entered this major Tennis Tournament this year.
It was played on a knock-out system.
How many matches did Ash play to win the Tournament?