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MATHEMATICS
PAGE MARKS
5
7
KEY STAGE 2 2003 9
11
LEVELS 13
TEST A 15
3­5 17
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21
CALCULATOR NOT ALLOWED
TOTAL




First Name


Last Name


School

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Instructions
You may not use a calculator to answer any questions in this test.


Work as quickly and as carefully as you can.

You have 45 minutes for this test.

If you cannot do one of the questions, go on to the next one.
You can come back to it…

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1 Write in the missing numbers.




55 p = 120
1 mark
1a




600 t 4 =
1 mark
1b




2 Jamie is cooking pasta.

He weighs 350 grams of pasta.

Draw an arrow on the scale to show 350 grams.




1 mark
2




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3 Complete the diagram below to make a shape that is
symmetrical about the mirror line.

Use a ruler.




mirror line




1 mark
3




4 Which of these numbers give 80 when rounded
to the nearest 10?

Circle all the correct numbers.



84 87 72 76 90
1 mark
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5 Calculate 309 ­ 198



1 mark
5




6 This table shows how many journeys a taxi driver made
on five days and how much money he collected.




How much money did he collect on the day that he
made the most journeys?


£
1 mark
6a




How much more…

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7 Here is a grid with eight squares shaded in.

Shade in two more squares to make a symmetrical
pattern.




1 mark
7




8 Each of these bags contains £1.60

Each bag contains only one type of coin.




Complete this table to show how many coins are in
each bag.…

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9




Tom and Nadia have 16 cards each.

Tom gives Nadia 12 of his cards.

How many cards do Tom and Nadia each have now?



Tom Nadia
1 mark
9a




Lucy also has 16 cards.

She gives a quarter of her cards to Kiran.

How many cards does Lucy give…

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10 Here is a repeating pattern of shapes.

Each shape is numbered.




1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10




The pattern continues in the same way.

Write the numbers of the next two stars in the pattern.


and
1 mark
10a




Complete this sentence.



Shape number 35…

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11 Martin has some bricks.

They are 12cm long, 6cm high
and 6cm deep.




He builds this tower with five bricks.




How tall is the tower?


cm
1 mark
11a




Each brick is 12cm long.

Martin makes a line of bricks 132cm long.




How many bricks does he use?




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