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

How many children in this class are boys only?

3

10

15

6

2. The square root of 2.25 is

3/2

2/3

5/3

1/4

3. Hasan is reading a book. There are 271 pages in the book. Hasan read 88 pages and then 57 pages.

How many more pages has he to read?

183

214

126

145

136

4. Express MCMLXII in Arabic figures

1962

1932

1961

1904

5. The length of a square is 6cm. Find the perimeter.

12cm

36cm

18cm

24cm

6. Kafeel is thinking of a number. He says "Add 5 and then double the result my number is 28"

What number is Fatima thinking of?

14

10

28

9

7. Express 0.375 as a fraction

1/8

3/8

3/5

3/4

8. A box contains 30 chocolates.

If a box costs Â£54.00. What will be the cost of 6 of these boxes?

Â£9.00

Â£10.80

Â£60.00

Â£324.00

9. Pryanka goes to dance classes at the gym. It takes her 35 minutes to walk from her home to the gym. She then takes 10 minutes to get changed.

What is the latest time Pryanka can leave her home to be ready for a class that starts at 10:20?

09:15

09:35

09:05

09:25

09:45

10. Olivia has 42 marks in English, 60 in Mathematics, 70 in Science and 80 in Commerce. What is her mean mark in all the subjects?

67

60

65

63

11.

32 + 6 = 40 â€“

2

0

3

1

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

How many people chose barbecue flavour?

2

5

7

6

3

13. If 2.5 litres of paint covers 20 mÂ² of wall, how much paint is needed for this wall?

1.75

1.5

2

1.25

5

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

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

150 boats

140 boats

155 boats

145 boats

15. Here is an improper fraction. 15/2 Which of the boxes in the diagram below will it rightly fit?

4th box from left

5th box from left

2nd box from left

3rd box from left

1st box from left

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

Calculate the area of the shape.

104 cmÂ²

82 cmÂ²

84 cmÂ²

94 cmÂ²

17. 0.007 x 0.01 = X. What is X?

0.0007

0.00007

0.000007

0.007

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

How many children in this class walk to school?

6

27

19

12

19. Which of these is NOT equal to 1/6?

3/18

10/60

5/30

2/12

6/24

20. Which of the following has no line of symmetry?

Isosceles triangle

Circle

Equilateral triangle

Scalene triangle

21. There are 48 children going to the zoo. If each minibus can carry 8 children. How many minibuses are needed to get the children there?

4 minibuses

6 minibuses

40 minibuses

12 minibuses

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

Calculate the perimeter of the shape.

42 cm

47 cm

41 cm

52 cm

23. 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

impossible

unlikely

even

certain

24. At midday the temperature in Moscow was 7Â°C. At midnight it was â€“3Â°C.

By how many degrees did the temperature fall?

-10Â°C

4Â°C

-3Â°C

3Â°C

10Â°C

25.

Which is the most popular fruit?

Satsuma

Pear

Apple

Banana

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

How many children in this class are boys who walk to school?

8

3

10

6

27. 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?

15 boats

5 boats

10 boats

20 boats

28. I think of a number. I then double it. Next I subtract 6. The answer is 14.

What was the number I started with?

4

22

40

10

16

29. Here is a number fact: 18 Ã— 5 Ã— 6 = 540

Use this to work out 18 Ã— 0.5 Ã— 6

5.40

0.54

540

54.0

30. What is the next odd number?

27, 29, 31,Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â

33

25

36

34

31. From 5hrs 35mins 5secs take away 2hrs 35mins 55secs

2hrs 49mins 50secs

2hrs 59mins 10secs

2hrs 59mins 50secs

3hrs 49 mins

32. Tara and Kitan were building towers using lego bricks. The bricks were 2.5 cm high. Tara used 14 bricks to make her tower.

If Kitan's tower was 20 cm higher than Tara's, how many bricks did he use?

6

25

34

22

33. 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.

What is the difference in the number of points that were awarded to the purple table and the blue table

90

30

60

120

150

34. Write down the missing number in the following pattern.

4Â Â Â 7Â Â Â 12Â Â Â 19Â Â ______Â Â 39

28

25

26

27

35. Here is part of a train timetable. Both trains take the same time to travel between stations.

What is the journey time between Longfield and Churchville?