CSSE 2000 Maths
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Question 1 of 27
1. Question
1 point(s)Calculate: 83 + 58

Answer:


Question 2 of 27
2. Question
1 point(s)Calculate: 8 x 9

Answer:


Question 3 of 27
3. Question
1 point(s)Calculate: 75 – 39

Answer:


Question 4 of 27
4. Question
1 point(s)Calculate: 56 ÷ 7

Answer:


Question 5 of 27
5. Question
2 point(s)Place these numbers in order of size, starting with the LARGEST.
(Drag the numbers to their correct places.)

0.4

0.042

0.4002

0.42
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Question 6 of 27
6. Question
2 point(s)Place these numbers in order of size, starting with the LARGEST.
(Drag the numbers to their correct places.)

^{5}/_{6}

^{2}/_{3}

7/_{12} 
^{3}/_{4}
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Question 7 of 27
7. Question
1 point(s)What temperature is shown on the thermometer?

Answer: °C


Question 8 of 27
8. Question
1 point(s)This number chain is made using the formula “double each number and subtract three to make the next number”.
What is the missing number?

Answer:


Question 9 of 27
9. Question
1 point(s)The supermarket sells milk in several sizes of bottle.
What is the least price I can pay for 8 pints of milk?

Answer: pence


Question 10 of 27
10. Question
2 point(s)This chart shows the distance in miles between some of the main cities in the world.

(a) The distance from London to Susie’s holiday destination is 2200 miles, rounded to the nearest 10 miles.
Where is Susie going on holiday?
(b) Susie will be travelling by air. The aeroplane flies at 400 miles per hour, so her approximate flight time will be
A 4 hours B 5 hours C 9 hours D 22 hours
Answer: (A/B/C/D)


Question 11 of 27
11. Question
2 point(s)This graph shows the number of books borrowed by the people visiting the local library one morning.

(a) How many people borrowed between 7 and 9 books?
Answer: people
(b) How many people altogether borrowed books that morning?
Answer: people


Question 12 of 27
12. Question
2 point(s)The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 21.
What is the smallest number of the three?

Answer:


Question 13 of 27
13. Question
2 point(s)The shaded triangle is made by joining two of the corners of the square to the middle of the opposite side.

(a) How many lines of symmetry does the shape have?
Answer:
(b) What fraction of the area of the square is the area of the triangle?
Answer:


Question 14 of 27
14. Question
3 point(s)On Tuesday evening the time by Sanjay’s watch was 7:45 p.m.

(a) What time is this on a 24 hour clock?
Answer:
(b) The time in India is 5 hours 30 minutes ahead of British time.
It is 7:45 p.m. on Thursday in Britian.
What time (24 hour format) and day is it in India?
Answer: Time:
Day:


Question 15 of 27
15. Question
3 point(s)Each of the cubes in this shape, like a set of stairs, has a side of 1 cm.

(a) How many cubes are hidden from view in this picture?
Answer: cubes
(b) What is the volume of this shape?
Answer: cm^{3}
(c) What is the area of the shaded side?
Answer: cm^{2}


Question 16 of 27
16. Question
2 point(s)Find the missing number in each of these calculations:

(a) 17 – 8 = 3 +
(b) 9 + 6 =


Question 17 of 27
17. Question
3 point(s)12 14 15 25
Which of these numbers is:

(a) a multiple of 7? Answer:
(b) a factor of 45? Answer:
(c) a square number? Answer:


Question 18 of 27
18. Question
2 point(s)The scale of this map of part of Essex is: 1 cm represents 2 km.

(a) In which direction should I travel to go from Brentwood to Chelmsford?
A North East B North West C South East D South West
Answer: (A/B/C/D)
(b) George uses his ruler to measure the distance between Brentwood and Chelmsford. He gets a length of 8.5 cm. What is the apoximal distance.
A 4 km B 9 km C 18 km D 24 km
Answer: (A/B/C/D)


Question 19 of 27
19. Question
2 point(s)The school netball team playesd 20 games. It won 60% of these and drew 15%.

(a) What percentage did it loose? Answer: %
(b) How many games did it won? Answer:


Question 20 of 27
20. Question
1 point(s)Work out: 6.74 – 4.07

Answer:


Question 21 of 27
21. Question
1 point(s)Work out: 8.3 x 100

Answer:


Question 22 of 27
22. Question
1 point(s)Work out: 172 x 27

Answer:


Question 23 of 27
23. Question
1 point(s)Work out: 4 ^{1}/_{6} + 3 ^{1}/_{3}
Give your answer in its simplest form. Leave a space between the whole number and the fraction. Use the “/” for the fraction.

Answer:


Question 24 of 27
24. Question
2 point(s)
(a) Which of these shapes will fit unto itself after a quarter turn about the dot?
(b) Through what angle has the shape been turned in a quarter turn? ⁰


Question 25 of 27
25. Question
1 point(s)When Jane’s mum went to France recently the exchange rate was 10 francs to the pound sterling. She bought a bottle of wine costing 25 francs. What was the cost of the bottle in pound sterling?

Answer: £


Question 26 of 27
26. Question
4 point(s)
(a) What are the coordinates of point Q? ( , )
(b) What are the coordinates of the midpoint of PQ? ( , )


Question 27 of 27
27. Question
2 point(s)In the garden, Kylie’s father is planting a row of gooseberry bushes. He has already planted the first and the last bushes in the row and they are 9 metres apart.

(a) If gooseberry bushes have to be planted 1 1/2 metres apart, how many bushes should he plant between the first and the last bushes in order to complete the row? bushes
(b) In another part of the garden he has planted a blackcurrent bush which he is told will produce between 12 lb and 16 lb of fruit next summer. What is the average weight of the fruit he can expect to get? lb
