WEEK 3 HOMEWORK – OLYMPIC GAMES MEDAL TALLY

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The 22nd Winter Olympics started on the 7th of February in Russia. The Winter Olympics has a range of sports played/competed on snow and ice.

Gold

Silver

Bronze

 

TOTAL

SUMMER OLYMPICS

138

153

177

468

WINTER OLYMPICS

5

1

3

9

–       How many medals has Australia won altogether?

–       Which medal colour has been won the most?

–       Explain why you think Australia has won a lot more medals at the Summer Olympics compared with the Winter Olympics.

–       Describe how you think it would feel to represent Australia at an Olympic games.

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14 thoughts on “WEEK 3 HOMEWORK – OLYMPIC GAMES MEDAL TALLY

  1. The summer Olympic sports and the winter Olympic sport both add up to 954 points for Australia.
    The medal that was won the most was SILVER, GOLD and BRONZE.
    Australia has probably won more in the summer Olympics because there are more games and more contribute. The games that are played in the winter Olympics are a bit hard and dangerous. Most people wouldn’t like the whether anyway.

    • I agree with you Favour, the milder weather we have in Australia would certainly contribute as to why we haven’t won as many Winter Olympic medals. We dont have a country that spends months completely covered in ice and snow and our government push more money into athletics and swimming.

  2. -How many medals did Australia win all together?
    Australia has won 477 medals all together. I think a great effort for Australia because 477 medals is better than 100 or 200.

    -What colour medal has been won the most?
    Bronze has been won the most with 180 bronze medals. I’m inferring this because bronze is easier to win. I’m inferring gold is least because it’s harder to get.

    Out of all of this data, I think Australia has done a spectacular job in the Olympics.

  3. – How many medals has Australia won altogether?
    The summer and winter Olympics we have won is 480 that’s how many medals Australia won in 1the summer and winter Olympics and we won 468 medals in the summer Olympics and 9 in the winter Olympics adding them numbers up is 480 medals in total.

    – Which medal colour has been won the most?
    we have won 177 bronze medals in the summer Olympics 153 silver medals in the summer Olympics and 138 gold medals in the summer Olympics the most and we have won silver we have won 3 bronze in the winter Olympics and 1 silver medals in the winter Olympics and 5 gold medals in the winter Olympics
    By Mason

  4. All together in the Summer Olympics Australia has won 468 medals in total and in Winter we have won nine medals in total. The most medals in the Summer Olympics is the bronze medal and in the Winter Olympics the most we have won are the Gold medals, which is exellant.

  5. Australia have won a massive total of 477 medals in the last 2 Olympics. The most of 1 coloured medals won was bronze with 177.

  6. In the summer Olypics Australia won 468 medals all together.
    In the winter Olyimpics We won 9 medals
    Which eaquals 477 all together.
    A very good effet by our team.
    The most medals wonwas Bronze.

  7. Australia has won 477 medals. That is the total of the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics together and giving you a total.
    Bronze is the one that has been the one that has won the most because if you look at the total is shows you how many medals they have won. In the bronze cection is says more than the rest.

  8. How many medals has Australia won altogether?
    the summar and winter Olympics spots both altogather 297 and Bronze 180. the total is about 477
    – Which medal colour has been won the most?
    the most was silver and it’s colourful

  9. how many medals has Australia won all together
    I think that Australia won 477 medals all together.
    which medal color has been won the most?
    bronze has be won the most out of all the colors because silver has 158 and gold has 138 lastly bronze has 177 so bronze wins out of all the colors.

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