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Questions

Working

1

Mark 3

2 7 3

(a)

3 × 4 + 4 × – 5 = 12 – 20 –8 2

(b)

3 × 22 – 5 3 × 4–5

3

(a)

**679 28 5432 13580 19012 190.12
**

3

or

**28 679 252 1960 16800 19012 12
**

627

2 3

Notes M1 for 5 × 4 (= 20) or 3 × 2 or attempt to divide diagram into rectangles M1 “20” – “6” or addition of parts A1 cao M1 substitution eg 3 × 4 and 4 × –5 or 12 and –20 A1 cao M1 substitution eg 3 × 2 2 – 5; do not accept 322 − 5 M1 3 × 4 – 5 or 3 × 2 × 2 – 5 or 12 – 5 A1 cao M1 for an attempt to multiply the units and tens, or correct partitioning M1 for completely correct method (condone one computational error) A1 cao

(b)

570 ÷ 50

(c)

570 ×

110 100

M1 570 ÷ 50 or 11.4 or 11 seen A1 cao 110 M1 for × 570 or 570 ÷ 10 or 57 seen 100 M1 (dep) 570 + “57” (or M2 for 570 × 1.10) A1 cao

**GCSE MATHEMATICS MARK SCHEME – Specimen paper (Linear) Higher Paper 3
**

Answer Correct drawing Mark 2

Questions 4 (a)

Working

(b)

Correct drawing

2 1 1 2

5

(a) (b) (c)

Points plotted Positive 27<answer<32

(d)

6

C = 1000(n + 3)

3

Notes B2 Condone hidden detail shown with solid lines, or missing lines on front face (B1 for correct plan and side elevation, crosssection correct with depth > 1 cube, or one added cube) B2 Ignore relative proportion, do not accept a rectangle when one side > 1.5x other side (B1 one shape only) B1 ± 1 full mark (2 mm square) B1 cao B2 ft from a single line segment with positive gradient ± 1 full (2 mm) square B1 lobf must pass through (5, 5) (5, 15) and (55, 35) and (55, 45) B3 for C=1000(n + 3) oe such as (n + 3) × 1000 (B2 for correct RHS or C = n + 3 × 1000, C = 1000n + 3 etc) (B1 for C = some other linear expression in n or n + 3 × 1000, 1000n + 3 etc) NB C = n scores no marks

**GCSE MATHEMATICS MARK SCHEME – Specimen paper (Linear) Higher Paper 3
**

Answer p − 3p

3 2

Questions

Working

Notes

7 y(y+5) 2

(a)

Mark 2

(b)

(c)

2 x( x + 3 y )

2 2 2

(d)

x2 – 2x – 15 = (x – 5) (x + 3)

5, –3 question + response boxes oe

8

B2 cao (B1 for p 3 or 3 p 2 seen in working, ignore signs) B2 for y(y + 5) or y ×(y + 5), (B1 for y(ay + b) where a, b, b ≠ 0 are numbers or y + 5 seen on its own, or part of an expression) B2 cao (B1 for 2( x 2 + 3xy ) or x(2 x + 6 y ) or 2 x(...) ) B2 cao (B1 for x – 5) or (x+ 3) seen in working) 1st aspect: one question with time period (eg each day); ignore other questions 2nd aspect: response list (at least two), no overlapping 3rd aspect: some mention of units (eg hours or number of pieces) in either question or responses Award B2 for all these aspects, or B1 for just two aspects

**GCSE MATHEMATICS MARK SCHEME – Specimen paper (Linear) Higher Paper 3
**

Answer Notes

Questions

Working

9

(4 × 3) × 11 ÷ 2 66cm

3

Mark 4

10

(a)

Correct reflection

2 2

(b)

Reflection in y=x 3 5

3

11

(a)

9 − 2 x = 3x + 6

9 − 6 = 3x + 2 x 3 = 5x

(b)

− 3,−2,−1,0,1

2

M2 for 4 × 3 × 11 ÷ 2 (M1 for any three of these) A1 cao numerical answer of 66 B1 (indep) cm 3 with or without any numerical answer B2 cao (B1 for reflection in a line other than y = 2) B2 cao (B1 for “reflection” or y = x ) NB: inclusion with other transformations get B0 2 B1 for 3 x + 6 seen OR 3 − x = x + 2 3 M1 for correct rearrangement of 4 terms or 3 = 5x 3 A1 for oe 5 B2 (B1 for 4 correct integers and not more than one incorrect integers or omissions)

**GCSE MATHEMATICS MARK SCHEME – Specimen paper (Linear) Higher Paper 3
**

Mark 3 Notes

Questions

Working

12

(a)

1+2+

14 15 + 35 35

Answer 29 3 35

M1 for attempt to convert to fractions with common denominator eg two fractions, denominator of 35 14 15 A1 for correct conversion: and seen (oe) 35 35 A1 cao OR Attempt to convert decimals: must use at least 2dp M1 0.4 + 0.42 (or 1.4 + 2.42) or 0.4 + 0.43 etc A1 3.82, 3.83, etc A1 3.82857 (ie at least 5 dp)

(b)

2 3 6 × = 5 7 35

2

6 35

13

10 × 4.8 6

8 1st, 3rd , 4th 100

2 3 4

14 15

x + 0.35 + 0.15 + x = 1 0.25 × 400

M1 For 6 or multiplication of top or bottom eg 6 840 , 35 4900 A1 cao M1 for 4.8 ÷ 6 × 10 A1 cao B3 (B1 for each, –1 each extra) M1 for x + 0.35 + 0.15 + x = 1 oe, or 0.5 ÷ 2 M1 0.25 seen M1 0.25 × 400 A1 cao accept 100 out of 400 (in words) 100 SC B1 for 400

**GCSE MATHEMATICS MARK SCHEME – Specimen paper (Linear) Higher Paper 3
**

Notes

Questions

Working

16

(a)

(i) (ii)

Mark 2

B1 cao B1 reason in words, linking radius and tangent (edge insufficient) May be in working or on diagram M1 2 × 50° ÷ 2 A1 50° B1 reason in words B1 B1

(b)

(i) (ii)

2 × 50° ÷ 2 =

3

17 2

(a)

(b)

3 2 1 1 6 1 × + × = + 4 3 4 3 12 12

Answer 40 Identifies angle between radius and tangent as 90° 50° Angle at the centre is twice the angle at the circumference. 1 on LH branch 4 2 1 2 , , on RH 3 3 3 branches 7 12 3

M1 for

(c)

84

3

3 2 1 1 × or × from their tree diagram 4 3 4 3 M1(dep) for sum of two correct products 7 A1 for oe 12 3 1⎛ 3 ⎞ 9 M1 for × ⎜ = ⎟ or 1 − 4 3 ⎝ 12 ⎠ 12 "12" M1 for 21 × ft from their tree diagram; must 3 be from a product A1 cao

**GCSE MATHEMATICS MARK SCHEME – Specimen paper (Linear) Higher Paper 3
**

Notes

•

Questions

Working 3

18

(a)

Answer 0.8333…

Mark 1

(b)

eg x = 0.3636… so 100x = 36.3636… 99x = 36 36 4 x= = 99 11

19

(a)

28

4 2

B1 for 0.8333… oe or 0.8 3 M1 for 100 x = 36.36... M1 dep for subtraction of both sides 4 A1 for from correct proof 11 36 or 4 ÷ = 0.3636 showing [SC: B1 for 11 remainders in divisions] B1 ft from (a) using “k”, dep on at least M1

(b)

24 =

84 r 3.5

20

(a)

(i)

1 9

1 1

M1 ft from (a) dep on at least M1for putting p = 24 into their equation 84 A1 oe eg 24 B1 cao B1 cao

(ii)

**GCSE MATHEMATICS MARK SCHEME – Specimen paper (Linear) Higher Paper 3
**

Answer 5 Mark 2 Notes

Questions 21 (a)

Working

M1 for

(b) 3

2

22

4 3

π (3x) 3 4 33 = × 2x 3 4 π (4 x) 2

Correct response and correct reason 9x 4

76 × 50 800 A1 for 4.75 or 5 M1 for Yr 7 boys = Year 11 girls × 2 A1 for 6.875 and 3.43745 M1 for substitution in a correct formula, condone missing brackets

23 2

(a)

PR = −2a + 2b

−a+b

2

(b)

OQ = 2a + 2b

OX = OP + PX = 2a − a + b = a + b = 1 OQ 2

M1 for a correct equation to find the depth including h and brackets 9x A1 for oe 4 B1 PR= –2a + 2b or a + b oe B1 oe B1 OX = OP + PX 1 B1 equates OX = a + b with OQ 2

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