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Question 1 of 21
1. Question
1 point(s)Stefan completes this calculation:
95 – 67 = 28
Give an addition calculation he could use to check his answer.
Don’t use any spaces in your answer.
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Question 2 of 21
2. Question
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Question 3 of 21
3. Question
2 point(s)
(a) At midnight, how many degrees colder was Paris than Rome? degrees.
(b) Which city was 6 degrees colder at midnight than at midday?
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Question 4 of 21
4. Question
1 point(s)The numbers in this sequence decrease by the same amount each time.
303,604 302,604 301,604 300,604 …
What is the next number in the sequence?

Answer:
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Question 5 of 21
5. Question
1 point(s)Tick the two numbers that are equivalent to ^{1}/_{4}.
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Question 6 of 21
6. Question
2 point(s)Ken buys 3 large boxes and 2 small boxes of chocolates.
Each large box has 48 chocolates. Each small box has 24 chocolates.How many chocolates did Ken buy altogether?

Answer: chocolates
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Question 7 of 21
7. Question
3 point(s)The list below shows the years in which the Cricket World Cup was held since 1992:
1992, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2015
Adam says,
(a) Is Adam correct (yes or no)?
(b) Between and there was not a four year gap.
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Question 8 of 21
8. Question
4 point(s)Type the correct symbol (<, >, =) to make the statements correct.

11 × 12 15 × 10
90 ÷ 30 60 ÷ 20
120 ÷ 4 160 ÷ 8
30 × 8 100 × 10
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Question 9 of 21
9. Question
3 point(s)
Number of faces =
Number of vertices =
Number of edges =
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Question 10 of 21
10. Question
1 point(s)Here is a shape on a grid.
The shape is translated 4 units to the right and 3 units up.Give the new coordinates of point A.

( , )
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Question 11 of 21
11. Question
1 point(s)Which one of the following the improper fractions is equivalent to 6 ^{7}/_{8}?
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Question 12 of 21
12. Question
1 point(s)Arrange these fractions in order of size, smallest first.

^{3}/_{5}

^{6}/_{5}

^{3}/_{4}
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Question 13 of 21
13. Question
2 point(s)A box contains trays of melons.
There are 15 melons in a tray.
There are 3 trays in a box.A supermarket sells 40 boxes of melons.
How many melons does the supermarket sell?
Answer:
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Question 14 of 21
14. Question
0 point(s)Adam wants to use a mental method to calculate 182 – 97
He starts from 182.
Here are some methods that Adam could use.
Tick the methods that are correct.Correct 0 / 0 PointsIncorrect / 0 Points 
Question 15 of 21
15. Question
3 point(s)There are 28 pupils in a class. The teacher has 8 litres of orange juice. She pours 225 millilitres of orange juice for every pupil.
How much orange juice is left over?

Answer: litres
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Question 16 of 21
16. Question
2 point(s)Last year, Jacob went to four concerts. Three of his tickets cost £5 each. The other ticket cost £7.
What was the mean cost of the tickets?

Answer: £
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Question 17 of 21
17. Question
1 point(s)Layla wants to estimate the answer to this calculation.
Tick the calculation below that is the best estimate.
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Question 18 of 21
18. Question
2 point(s)The length of an alligator can be estimated by:
• measuring the distance from its eyes to its nose
• then multiplying that distance by 12What is the difference in the estimated lengths of these two alligators?

Answer: cm
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Question 19 of 21
19. Question
2 point(s)Amina is making designs with two different shapes.
She gives each shape a value.Calculate the value of each shape.
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Question 20 of 21
20. Question
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Question 21 of 21
21. Question
2 point(s)The length of a day on Earth is 24 hours.
The length of a day on Mercury is 58 ^{2}/_{3} times the length of a day on Earth.
What is the length of a day on Mercury, in hours?
Answer: hours
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