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1. How many more Apples are there than Satsuma?

4

8

16

12

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

88.8

89.9

88

85

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

£0.46

£0.54

£0.90

£2.00

4. 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?

3

10

8

6

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

How many CDs are owned by Tara?

11

15

20

9

6. 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 the two bags combined?

1/5

1/12

7/12

5/12

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

How many boats does George count sailing into the harbour on Monday and Thursday altogether?

65 boats

50 boats

55 boats

45 boats

8. Abbie has 4 green balls, 5 red balls and 3 blue balls in a bag.

What fraction of the balls are green?

1/4

1/2

1/3

4/11

5/12

9.

How many children like oranges?

6

12

8

4

10. 0.007 x 0.01 = X. What is X?

0.00007

0.0007

0.007

0.000007

11. 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?

20 m²

15 m²

24 m²

16 m²

12. Here is an improper fraction. 21/4 Which of the boxes in the diagram below will it rightly fit?

4th box from left

1st box from left

3rd box from left

2nd box from left

5th box from left

13. The Venn diagram shows information about the children in a Grade 6 class. How many children in this class have blue eyes?

27

12

19

6

14.

Which is the most popular fruit?

Banana

Pear

Apple

Satsuma

15. 1/3 of a wall is painted black, 1/6 green and the rest white. What fraction of the wall is white?

5/6

2/3

1/2

1/6

16. What is the simple interest on $504 for 14 months at 3% per annum

$17.80

$25.60

$20.58

$19.60

17. A girl buys a pen for 57p and a writing pad for £1.59. She pays with a £5 note.

How much change does she receive?

£3.41

£2.16

£4.43

£2.84

18. An angle greater than 180° but less than 360° is called?

A straight angle

An obtuse angle

A reflex angle

A right angle

19. A circle has a diameter of 14cm. Find the circumference of the circle

22cm

44cm

77cm

154cm

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

53/45

47/45

46/45

19/45

21. Continue this number sequence

166, 176, 186, ,

196, 216

196, 206

186, 196

189, 196

22. A year 11 student sold some cakes to raise money for her charity. She sold 50 cakes at 50p each 20 cakes at 25p each.

How much money did she raise?

£30.00

£32.50

£35.00

£27.50

£25.00

23. The weight of six equal books is 2.82kg. Calculate the weight of one book in kilograms

4.47kg

0.47kg

1.07kg

2.47kg

24. 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?

64 pupils

48 pupils

41 pupils

25 pupils

25. Write a fraction of the shaded part

10/3

13/10

1/30

3/10

26. Which correct box will show the position of the figure on the number line? 9482

3rd box from left

2nd box from left

4th box from left

1st box from left

27. Here is part of a train timetable. Both trains take the same time to travel between stations. What is the missing time for Train B?

12 57

13 12

13 12 pm

12 57 pm

28. Complete the number sequence

14, 21, 28 ,,

31, 38

35, 42

34, 40

40, 32

29. 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?

5 boats

10 boats

20 boats

15 boats

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