GCSE calculator (foundation) markscheme

markscheme for the calcutor foundation exam.

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GCSE Bitesize Examinations
General Certificate of Secondary Education
MATHEMATICS
Foundation Tier
Paper 2 Calculator
Marking Scheme
Unless otherwise stated, correct answers only should be accepted.
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­2 (1 mark)
(c) 35 , 48 (2 marks)
2. (a) (i) 9cm2 (1 mark)
(ii) 16cm (2 marks)
(b) Any shape with a perimeter of 15cm (whole sides only) (2 marks)
3. (a) 6 (1 mark)
(b) 7 (1 mark)
(c) 35 (2 marks)
1 mark for -35
4. (a) £5.20 or 520p (2 marks)
1 mark for showing 180 + 220 + 120 or 1 mark only for
£5.20 without workings.
(b) £4.…read more

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Shape Name
A Hexagon
C or B Isosceles Triangle
B or C Isosceles triangle
D Parallelogram
E Trapezium
If one error give1 mark, if two errors 0 marks. (2 marks)
(b) B and C (1 mark)
(c)
Shape Number of lines of
symmetry
A 6
B 1
C 1
D 0
E 1
If one error give 1 mark, if two errors 0 marks. (2 marks)
6. (a) Any answer between 21 and 24 (1 mark)
(b) 50cm or 51cm (1 mark)
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Give 1 mark only if one error.
(b) £1.02 (2 marks)
1 mark for 1.017142857
(c) £63.75 (2 marks)
1 mark for £11.25
8. (a) (i) 44° (1 mark)
(ii) Angles in a triangle add up to 180° (1 mark)
(b) (i) 115° (1 mark)
(ii) Angles in a quadrilateral add up to 360° (1 mark)
(c) 75° (2 marks)
1 mark for showing 1500
9. (a) $1365 (2 marks)
(b) £699 (2 marks)
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£47.70 (2 marks)
1 mark for showing £50 AND 30p or £0.30 or 1 mark
for £47.70 without showing workings.
15. (a) Chord (1 mark)
(b) 201.0cm² or 201.1cm² (3 marks)
1 mark for showing 8² × or 1 mark for correct answer
not rounded or missing units or both.
(c) 150.796cm or 150.8cm (3 marks)
1 mark for showing 50.24 or 1 mark for showing 8 x 2 x
or 1 mark for the answer multiplied by 3.
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£0.19 (2 marks)
1 mark for showing 85 ÷ 450 or 1 mark for 0.18888
(b) 57p or £0.57 (2 marks)
1 mark for showing 120 ÷ 950 x 450 or 0.5684210526
(c) Large because better value, costs less per gram, etc. (2 marks)
1 mark for small because people may not want much,
it may not keep well, etc
20. (a) 13 (1 mark)
(b) 8 (1 mark)
(c) 5 (2 marks)
1 mark for showing 3x + 7 = 22
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