KS 2 2019 Maths Paper 3
Instructions:

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

You have 35 minutes to complete this test.

All answers should be given as a single value.

For questions expressed as common fractions or mixed numbers, you should
give your answers as common fractions or mixed numbers.

You have to answer all the questions.

You can skip a question and you can come back to it later.
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Question 3 of 22
3. Question
1 point(s)Dev says,
Which expression shows how much money Dev has left?
a is the amount of money, in pounds, that Dev gave away.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 4 of 22
4. Question
1 point(s)Write these masses in order, starting with the lightest.
Drag the numbers to their correct places.

1.25 kg

1.025 kg

0.009 kg

0.99 kg
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Question 5 of 22
5. Question
1 point(s)Write the missing digits to make this addition correct.

2 + 2 = 200
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Question 6 of 22
6. Question
2 point(s)John buys one toy car and one pack of stickers.
He pays with a £10 note.
How much change does John get?
£
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Question 7 of 22
7. Question
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(a) What is the difference in mass between the heaviest kitten and the lightest kitten? g
(b) The masses of the kittens are to be put in four groups.
Fill in the missing numbers in the table.Mass in g Number of kittens
250−299
300−349
350−399
400−449
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Question 8 of 22
8. Question
2 point(s)Ken is playing a game. He has 4,289 points.
Then he scores another 355 points.
Ken’s target is 6,000 points.
How many more points does Ken need to reach his target?
Answer: points
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Question 9 of 22
9. Question
1 point(s)This pictogram shows the number of satellites above the Earth in 2016.
How many satellites were above the Earth in 2016?

Answer:
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Question 10 of 22
10. Question
3 point(s)On the grid there are three points joined by two lines.
Lara plots another point on the grid at (–1, 2).
She joins the points to make a closed shape.
(a) What is the mathematical name for Lara’s shape?
(b) Then Lara translates the quadrilateral 4 squares to the right.
What will be the coordinates of point A after the translation? ( , )
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Question 11 of 22
11. Question
3 point(s)Here are five numbers.
2 3 4 5 6
Answer the questions below. Give the numbers in ascending order and leave a space between the numbers.

(a) Give all the prime numbers:
(b) Give all the factors of 12:
(c) Give all the factors of 15:
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Question 12 of 22
12. Question
2 point(s)Amina’s bed is 190 cm in length and 91 cm in width.
She is making a onetenth scale model of the bed.
What are the length and width of Amina’s model?
Length = cm
Width = cm
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Question 13 of 22
13. Question
1 point(s)How many days are there in September, October and November altogether?

Answer: days
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Question 14 of 22
14. Question
1 point(s)The International Space Station orbits the Earth at a height of 250 miles.
What is the height of the International Space Station in kilometres?
Use 8 kilometres equals 5 miles.
Height = km
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Question 15 of 22
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2 point(s)Jack buys 1 ^{1}/_{2} kg of potatoes and ^{1}/_{2} kg of carrots.
How much change does he get from £5?
Change = £
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Question 16 of 22
16. Question
1 point(s)x + 2y = 20
x and y are whole numbers less than 10
What could x and y be if x is bigger than y?
x =
y =
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Question 17 of 22
17. Question
1 point(s)Tick the fractions less than ^{5}/_{8}:
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Question 18 of 22
18. Question
3 point(s)Layla makes jewellery to sell at a school fair.
Each bracelet has 53 beads.
She makes 68 bracelets.
Each necklace has 105 beads.
She makes 34 necklaces.
How many beads does Layla use altogether?
Answer: beads
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Question 19 of 22
19. Question
2 point(s)Adam is making booklets.
Each booklet must have 34 sheets of paper.
He has 2 packets of paper.
There are 500 sheets of paper in each packet.
How many complete booklets can Adam make from 2 packets of paper?
Answer: booklets
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Question 20 of 22
20. Question
4 point(s)ABDE is a rectangle on coordinate axes.
The sides of the rectangle are parallel to the axes.Point C is the centre of the rectangle.
What are the coordinates of B and D?
Point B = ( , )
Point D = ( , )
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Question 21 of 22
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1 point(s)Six identical rightangled triangles are arranged to make a rectangle.
Calculate the length of the rectangle.

Length = cm
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Question 22 of 22
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1 point(s)The distance from point P to point R is 800 metres.
The distance from point P to point Q is 4 times the distance from point Q to point R.Work out the distance from P to Q.

Distance = m
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