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

120 cu cm

88 cu cm

240 cu cm

480 cu cm

2. A box contains 30 chocolates.

If a box costs £54.00. What will be the average cost of 1 chocolate?

£9.00

£0.56

£1.80

£1620.00

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

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

145 boats

155 boats

140 boats

150 boats

4. Write a fraction of the shaded part

3/10

10/3

13/10

1/30

5. Divide 8 hours 20 minutes by 12

40 minutes, 25 seconds

41 minutes, 40 seconds

42 minutes, 20 seconds

42 minutes, 25 seconds

6.

Which fruit do six children like?

Banana

Orange

Kiwi

Peach

7. What number is the arrow pointing to on this number line?

85

88.8

89.9

88

8. What is the square root of 144?

10

12

9

11

9. Here are 2 triangles on a grid.

What are the co-ordinates of point C?

(-5, 2)

(-2, 5)

x =4, y = -5

(-5, 4)

10. Here is a number fact: 18 × 5 × 6 = 540

Use this to work out 18 × 5 × 12

108.0

540

1080

10800

11. Continue the pattern of numbers

22 , 19 , 16 , 13 , 10 ,,

4, 1

6, 3

5, 2

7, 4

12. 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?

1/8

3/4

1/6

1/4

13. – 9 + _ = 20

19

11

21

29

14. Here is a clock face showing a digital time.

Which time is 4 hours ahead of that shown on the clock?

3:23 am

11:23 am

11:23 pm

2:23 pm

3:23 pm

15. Continue this number sequence

166, 176, 186, ,

186, 196

196, 206

196, 216

189, 196

16. What missing digits will make this calculation correct.

2, 7 from left

3, 2 from left

7, 2 from left

1, 2 from left

17. 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?

28

69

15

23

18. In a survey of Year 6 pupils, 25% said their favourite colour was red. If 16 pupils said red, how many pupils are there in Year 6?

48 pupils

25 pupils

64 pupils

41 pupils

19. All BUT ONE are factors of 42

4, 6, 7

1, 2, 7

1, 2, 3

2, 3, 6

20. Write MCDIX in Arabic numerals

909

1828

989

1409

21. Everyday John leaves home at 8:45. It takes him 15 minutes to get to school. What time does he get to school?

8:70

9:00

9:10

8:60

22. At midday the temperature in Antartica was -10°C. At midnight it was –23°C.

By how many degrees did the temperature fall?

-33°C

-23°C

-13°C

13°C

33°C

23.

What is the value of "m" in the following:

4m + 2m - 3 = 15

3

4

2

6

24. Here are the heights of some children.

Calculate the mean height.

577 cm

143.5 cm

298 cm

144.25 cm

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

How many people did NOT choose Ready Salted?

26

20

23

22

29

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

How many children in this class are boys?

3

15

10

6

27. This shows the number of DVDs owned by a class of 30 pupils.

How many pupils do not own any DVDs?

3

2

61-70

4

1

28. The children in a year 4 class were looking at how many table points each table was awarded last term. The pictogram shows how many points each table gained.

The red table had a target of 250 points last term. By how many points did they miss this target?

60

90

150

30

120

29. A football kit costing £3 was sold at a profit of 15%. What is the selling price?

£1.5050

£2.55

£3.45

£3.50

30. If the exchange rate of the US dollar to naira is 1:80. What is the value of $200 in naira?

N800

N16000

N8000

N1600

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

Who threw the ball the furthest distance?

James

Jade

Samantha

Kirsty

Tariq

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