CSSE 2001 Maths
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Question 1 of 27
1. Question
1 point(s)Calculate: 361 + 78

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Question 2 of 27
2. Question
1 point(s)Calculate: 8^{2}

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Question 3 of 27
3. Question
1 point(s)Calculate: 1000 – 185

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Question 4 of 27
4. Question
1 point(s)Calculate: 720 ÷ 9

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Question 5 of 27
5. Question
1 point(s)Which of these solid shapes has exactly four faces?
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Question 6 of 27
6. Question
2 point(s)Which number is closest to zero?
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Question 7 of 27
7. Question
2 point(s)Samantha got these marks in her school tests:
Maths………………………37 out of 50
English…………………….20 out of 25
Science……………………..7 out of 10
(a) What percentage did Samantha get for science? %
(b) Write down the name of the test that Samantha did best in?
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Question 8 of 27
8. Question
1 point(s)A litre bottle of CocaCola is completely poured into 8 identical glasses.
If each glass contains the same amount of the drink how many millilitres of CocaCola will there be in each glass?
Answer: ml
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Question 9 of 27
9. Question
1 point(s)Work out the value of 3a – 2b + 4c if a = 5, b = 3, c = 2

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Question 10 of 27
10. Question
1 point(s)Jane parked in the car park from 10.20am to 1:45pm.
The car park charges are 80p for the first hour and 50p for each additional halfhour, or part of halfhour.
How much did Jane have to pay?
Answer: £
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Question 11 of 27
11. Question
4 point(s)
(a) How many boys do not have a pet?
(b) What percentages of the dog owners are girls? %
(c) If the number of children living in the street is 28, how many own at least one pet?
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Question 12 of 27
12. Question
1 point(s)Rafiq has a lot of identical plastic squares each measuring 3cm by 3cm.
He puts 20 of them into a row without any gaps in it. (Diagram not to scale).
Work out the perimeter of the rectangle made of Rafiq’s 20 plastic squares.

Answer: cm
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Question 13 of 27
13. Question
1 point(s)A large packet of Smarties contains 200 Smarties.
Work out the weight of the Smarties in one packet if each Smartie weighs 2.25 grammes.
Answer: gms
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Question 14 of 27
14. Question
2 point(s)A catering firm hires out glasses for a deposit (d) plus a small charge for each glass.
The total cost (£C) can be worked out using this formula:
C = 0.09n + d (n is the number of glasses)
If fewer than 50 glasses are hired then d = £5
If 50 or more glasses are hired then d = £3
How much will Jamie pay to hire 85 glasses?
Answer: £
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Question 15 of 27
15. Question
1 point(s)Work out: 2 ^{1}/_{2} + 1 ^{3}/_{8}
(Give your answer as a mixed number, in its simplest form. Leave a space between the whole number and the fraction. Use the “/” for the fraction. Ex. 5 2/5)

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Question 16 of 27
16. Question
2 point(s)Work out: 5 ^{5}/_{8} – 2 ^{7}/_{12}
(Give your answer as a mixed number, in its simplest form. Leave a space between the whole number and the fraction. Use the “/” for the fraction. Ex. 5 2/5)

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Question 17 of 27
17. Question
2 point(s)Work out: 372 x 45

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Question 18 of 27
18. Question
1 point(s)Work out: 8.5 ÷ 1000

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Question 19 of 27
19. Question
1 point(s)What is the next number in this series?
112, 56, 28, 14, 7, …….

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Question 20 of 27
20. Question
2 point(s)Six winning tickets shared a lottery prize of £4.5 million (£4,500,000).
How much prize money will each owner of a winning ticket recieve?

Answer: £
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Question 21 of 27
21. Question
1 point(s)Which of these is not the same as 0.35?
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Question 22 of 27
22. Question
2 point(s)
(a) How many houses have varnished wood front doors?
(b) What fraction of the houses on this estate have front doors painted blue? (Answer in its simplest form.)
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Question 23 of 27
23. Question
1 point(s)Work out the value of: 10 – (7 – 3) x 2

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Question 24 of 27
24. Question
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Question 25 of 27
25. Question
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Question 26 of 27
26. Question
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Question 27 of 27
27. Question
2 point(s)A family’s journey to their holiday destination involved a car journey to the airport, a wait for 2 hours, a flight, a wait of one hour and a further car journey to the hotel.
Their son, David, worked out that his family had spent three times longer in the
aeroplane than on the two car journeys added together.
The total journey time was 8 hours from start to finish.
Work out how long the family was on the aeroplane.
Answer: hours minutes
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