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1 The diagram shows the first three patterns in a series of dots.

pattern 1

pattern 2

pattern 3

(a) Complete the table below. pattern number number of dots 1 5 2 8 3 11 [2] 4 5

(b) How many dots will be needed for pattern number 8? (c) Which pattern needs 62 dots? (d) Write down a rule connecting the number of dots and the pattern number.

[1] [1]

[1]

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Question No. 1 • • Recognise, continue and generalise number patterns including finding expressions for the nth term Use and interpret positive, negative and zero indices CF1 Ag5 Ag5 Ag5 Ag5 Mark 2 1 1 1 Answer 14 and 17 26 20 S = 3n + 2 or Number of dots = 3 times pattern number then add 2 Total

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Part (a) (b) (c) (d)

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CF stands for Curriculum Framework. This column shows which part of the Curriculum Framework is being assessed in the question. The first letter, N, A or S, shows the main area of Mathematics: Number, Algebra or Space. The next letter shows the subtopic – e.g. Number is divided into Properties (p), Problem Solving (s) and Data Handling (d). The number shows which bullet point from that section of the Curriculum Framework is being assessed.

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(a) In 1998 an Australian bought a coin collection for $17550. Before taking the collection home he had to pay a tax of 22%. Calculate how much tax he paid. $ [1]

(b) The collection was originally owned by an American. He made a profit of 30% when he sold it to the Australian. Calculate the amount paid by the American. $ [1]

(c) The American was charged $877.50 for selling the collection. Give the percentage of the sale price of $17550. % [1]

(d) The collection was a mixture of bronze and silver coins in the ratio 5 : 2. The total number of coins in the collection was 4557. Calculate how many coins were silver. silver coins [2]

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Question No. 2 • Calculate the percentage of a quantity; express one quantity as a percentage of another; recognise the notation of ratio, use ratio and direct proportion in context CF Ns1 Ns1 Ns3 Mark 1 1 1 1 Total 4 Answer 3861 5 2 x 4557 – 7 1302 1 mark for 2 x 4557 seen – 5 Further Information

Part (a) (b) (c)

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The diagram shows a cylindrical can closed at both ends. The height of the can is 15 cm and its radius is 3.5 cm. The volume of the can is 500 ml.

Circumference of a circle = 2 r Area of a circle = r2 Volume of a cylinder = r2h

(a) (i) Calculate the circumference of the circular end of the can. Give your answer to the nearest whole cm. cm [1]

(ii) Calculate the area of the circular end of the can. Give your answer to 1 decimal place. cm2 [2]

(b) The height of another can is 12 cm. The area of its circular end is 24.6 cm2. Calculate the volume of this can. cm3 [1]

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Question No. 3 • • Calculate the perimeter and area of triangles, quadrilaterals and circles, and the volumes derived from these shapes Understand approximation to specified numbers of significant figures and decimal places; give appropriate upper and lower bounds for data given to specified accuracy CF Sm5 Sm5 Ns4 (b) Sm5 Total Mark 1 1 1 1 4 Answer 22 38.4851 38.5 295.2 Further Information

Part (a)(i) (ii)

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Remove the brackets and simplify. (a) 2(x + 3) + 3x [2] (b) 3(x + 2) – 2(x + 1) [2] (c) (x + 2)(x – 3) [2]

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Question No. 4 • Part (a) Manipulate directed numbers; use brackets and extract common factors CF An4 An4 Mark 1 1 Answer 2x + 6 5x + 6 Further Information Mark is for correct removal of brackets Mark is for correct collection of terms Award both marks for correct answer even if working is not shown

(b)

An4

1

3x + 6 or -2x – 2 Mark is for correct removal of either brackets

An4

1

x+4

Mark is for correct collection of terms Award both marks for correct answer even if working is not shown Note: award 1 mark for x + 8

(c)

An4

1

x2 – 3x + 2x – 6

Mark is for correct removal of brackets items in any order, e.g. –3x + 2x + x2 – x – 6) Mark is for correct collection of terms Award both marks for correct answer even if working is not shown

An4

1

x2 – x – 6

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Each section on a circular board has a number between 1 and 20, as shown on the diagram. Starting each time at 18, and working clockwise, give the first number that satisfies the following conditions: (a) is a prime number [1] (b) is a multiple of 2, 3, 4 and 6 [1] (c) is a an odd square number [1] (d) is the square root of an even number on the board [1]

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Question No. 5 • Use prime numbers, common factors and common multiples, squares, square roots and cubes of numbers CF Np4 Np4 Np4 Np4 Total Mark 1 1 1 1 4 Answer 13 12 9 4 Accept 2 Further Information

Part (a) (b) (c) (d)

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6 A spinner, made in the shape of a regular pentagon, is shown. O is the centre of the pentagon.

NOT TO SCALE

(a) Calculate the size of: (i) angle x (ii) angle y

x = __________º [1] y = __________º [1]

The spinner is shaded and numbered as shown in this picture.

(b) Calculate the probability that the spinner will: (i) land on a black odd number. Give your answer as a fraction. [1] (ii) land on a white even number. Give your answer as a decimal. [1] (iii) not land on a grey number. Give your answer as a percentage. % [1]

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Question No. 6 • • Calculate unknown angles using the properties of: angles at a point, angles formed within parallel lines and angle properties of triangles and quadrilaterals Calculate the probability of a single event CF Sg2 Sg2 Nd3 Nd3 Nd3 Total Mark 1 1 1 1 1 5 11 Answer 72 108 2 – 5 0.2 or .2 80 Further Information

Part

(a) (i) (ii) (b) (i) (ii) (iii)

If probability is given in wrong format, penalise only once in this question

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(a) Complete the table below for the graph y = 2x – 3

x

–2

–1

0

1

2

3

y

–7

–1

3 [2]

(b) On the grid below draw the graphy of y = 2x – 3

(c) Write down the gradient of the graph y = 2x – 3 Gradient = [1]

(d) The graph of y = x – 1 is also drawn on the grid above. Use your graph to solve the simultaneous equations: y = 2x – 3 and y = x – 1

x= y=

[2]

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Question No. 7 • • Draw and interpret the graphs of simple functions, use tables of values and find the gradient of straight line graphs Find the solution of linear and simple simultaneous equations using graphs CF Ag1 Mark 2 Answer –5, –3, 1 (missing values in this order)

y

Part

Further Information Award 1 mark for one or two correct entries

(a)

y =2x-3

(b)

Ag1

1

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 x -3 -2 -1 0 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 1 2 3 4 5 6

(c) (d)

Ag1 Ag4

1 1

2

x=2

Ag4 Total

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y=1

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In the diagram PQ is parallel to RS. Find angles a, b, c and d.

a= b= c= d=

º º º º

[1] [1] [1] [1]

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Question No. 8 • Calculate unknown angles using the properties of: angles at a point, angles formed within parallel lines and angle properties of triangles and quadrilaterals CF Sg2 Sg2 Sg2 Sg2 Total Mark 1 1 1 1 4 Answer 50 90 40 40 Further Information

Part

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