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1. Five pupils compete in a sports event as shown in the table below:

Who threw the ball the furthest distance?

Tariq

James

Samantha

Jade

Kirsty

2. Find the volume of a tank with the length 12 cm, breadth 8 cm and height 5 cm.

120 cu cm

88 cu cm

480 cu cm

240 cu cm

3. Jane cut a ribbon in two pieces. 7 cm and 14 cm.

How long was the ribbon before she cut it?

21 cm

22 cm

20 cm

23 cm

4. Change 0.1 to percentage

1%

90%

10%

100%

5. Complete the number sequence

14, 21, 28 ,,

40, 32

34, 40

35, 42

31, 38

6. A sequence starts at 300 and 40 is subtracted each time. 300 260 220 180 ...........................

The sequence continues in the same way. What is the first number in the sequence which is less than zero?

-15

-5

-20

-10

7. Here is a compound shape made from two rectangles.

Calculate the perimeter of the shape.

41 cm

47 cm

52 cm

42 cm

8. The graph shows the number of CDs owned by a group of four students.

How many CDs are owned by Dan?

11

15

9

20

9. Find the sum of 0.883, 12.09, 4.2 and 7.13

24.303

25.305

12.09

24.3504

10. Sundeep wants to catch the 11:30 a.m train from London to Edinburgh. The journey time is usually 4 hours 45 minutes. However, when he arrives at the station he finds the train is delayed by 35 minutes.

What time can he expect to arrive in Edinburgh given no further delays?

4:20 p.m

4:15 p.m

4:50 p.m

5:05 p.m

5:20 p.m

11. In the options are four fractions.

Which fraction is equivalent to 0.5?

1/5

1/50

50/100

100/50

12. Look at the bar chart of favourite crisps below.

How many people ate their favorite crisps?

23

29

26

20

22

13. If 2.5 litres of paint covers 20 m² of wall, how much paint is needed for this wall?

1.5

5

1.25

2

1.75

14. George counts the number of boats sailing into a harbour on 5 days.

How many boats does George count sailing into the harbour 0n Wednesday?

10 boats

5 boats

20 boats

15 boats

15. The Venn diagram shows information about the children in a Grade 6 class.

How many children in this class have blue eyes only?

1

5

4

2

16. A boy was given a present of £20 by his uncle. The bar chart below shows how he used the money.

What percentage of the money did he save?

45%

25%

30%

50%

17. The average age of 4 children is 10 years. The ages of 3 are 10, 12 and 8. What is the age of the fourth child?

3

4

12

10

18.

32 + 6 = 40 –

3

0

1

2

19. Here are two bags.

Bag A has 1 black bead and 3 white beads. Bag B has 2 white beads and 6 black beads. Isaac takes a bead without looking from each bag in turn.

What is the probability of Isaac taking a black bead from bag A?

likely

unlikely

certain

impossible

even

20. Which shape is a circle

W

Y

V

X

21. A large chocolate bar costs 50 pence. How much do 4 bars of chocolate cost?

£0.54

£0.46

£2.00

£0.90

22. Simplify: 1/5 + (8/9 - 6/9)

47/45

19/45

46/45

53/45

23. The distance between two towns is 50 miles.

Which is the best approximation of 50 miles in kilometres?

500 km

30 km

80 km

50 km

200 km

24. Here are two bags.

Bag A has 1 black bead and 3 white beads. Bag B has 2 white beads and 6 black beads. Isaac takes a bead without looking from each bag in turn.

What is the probability of Isaac taking a white bead from bag B?

1/8

1/4

1/6

3/4

25. The garden shown in the diagram below has a path of 1m wide on two of its sides. What is the area of the path?

16 m²

15 m²

20 m²

24 m²

26. A field is in the shape of a triangle. A fence goes round the three edges of the field. The fence is 220 metres long. One edge of the field is 60 metres long; the other two edges are the same length.

How long is each of the other two edges of the field?

60 m

160 m

80 m

110 m

40 m

27. The difference between the two numbers in boxes shown on this line is 10 Write the missing number in the box.

-3

-17

3

17

28. Here are two bags.

Bag A has 1 black bead and 3 white beads. Bag B has 2 white beads and 6 black beads. Isaac takes a bead without looking from each bag in turn.

What is the probability of Isaac taking a black bead from bag A?

1/6

1/8

1/4

3/4

29. George counts the number of boats sailing into a harbour on 5 days.

How many boats does George count sailing into the harbour altogether?

140 boats

145 boats

150 boats

155 boats

30. Which is the favourite fruit?

Orange

Kiwi

Pear

Apple

31. All BUT ONE are factors of 42

2, 3, 6

4, 6, 7

1, 2, 3

1, 2, 7

32. All BUT ONE are multiples of 25

250, 675

55, 380

675, 730

55, 250

33. I think of a number N. I add 5 to N and then multiply the answer by 3. The result is 84.

What is the number N that I first thought of?

69

15

23

28

34. Hope, Faith and Love share £450 in the ratio 2:3:5 respectively. What is Love's share?

£125

£150

£225

£270

35. Three lines meet at a point. If the sum of two of the angles formed is 159°, the other angle is ......