# Test 2 MATHEMATICS

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Name.............................................. Candidate Number......................... Primary School............................... Boy or girl....................................... Date of birth.................................... Today's date................................... Test Taken At.................................

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1. Do not turn over until you are told to do so. 2. You may work the questions out in your head, or by writing on the white area around the question. 3. Work as quickly and as carefully as you can. 4. Make any alterations to your answers clearly. You will not lose marks for crossing out. 5. You will have 35 minutes to do the test. If you find you cannot do a question, do not waste time on it but go on to the next one . 6. Once the test has begun, you should not ask about questions in the test. 7. The use of electronic calculators of any description (including calculator watches) is NOT permitted.

Calculate: 3248 ÷ 8 Answer:_________________ 3.968 Write down his score to the nearest 10. Answer:________________ ( Property of Louise Staples /5) PLEASE TURN OVER TO NEXT PAGE 1 .You have thirty-five minutes to complete this paper. Answer:_________________ 2. Calculate: 87 − 14. Calculate: 489 + 25 + 208 Space for working: Please do not write in this space. Calculate: ¼ × 10 Answer:_________________ 4. Zach worked out the average of his test scores using long division and came up with 74. 1. Do your working out in the spaces on the paper.3 Answer:_________________ 5.

Imogen is cutting up 10m of wool for a scarf. Which of the following letters has only one line of symmetry? F    H    N    O    S    W    X    Z  Answer:________________ 8. Which of the numbers below is not divisible by either 3 or 8? 7200 9024 4772 2128 Answer:________________ 7. How much wool has she got left? Answer:______________cm ( Property of Louise Staples /4) PLEASE TURN OVER TO NEXT PAGE 2 . She then cuts off another piece that is 118cm long. How many blocks will they need for the next wall if Jamie carries on the series? Answer:________________ 9.45m of wool.6. Jamie is helping his younger brother build walls with his blocks. When she has cut seven pieces she has used 8. In total she needs eight pieces.

6H and 6W had an interclass competition. Calculate: 11 − 17 Answer:________________ ( Property of Louise Staples /4) PLEASE TURN OVER TO NEXT PAGE 3 . How many children chose to play rugby? RUGBY 13 11 14 12 BASKETBALL 15 9 8 18 6B 6C 6H 6W Answer:________________ 11. They could play in either the rugby or the basketball teams. What is one third of the number? Answer:________________ 12. 6C. The table below gives information about which team the children chose to play for. The children in 6B. Calculate: 17.4 + 2. One seventh of a number is 9.10.035 Answer:________________ 13.

The girls in Year 6 are 18 minutes late back from a netball tournament.14. Calculate: 369 × 85 Answer:________________ 15. A recipe for sugar mice uses 360g of sugar to make three mice. 64. 4. Find the next number in this sequence: 256. They were due back at school at 16. ? Answer:________________ 16. How much sugar will Eisa need to make five mice? Answer:_______________g Property of Louise Staples ( /4) PLEASE TURN OVER TO NEXT PAGE 4 . 16.45. what time did they get back to school? Answer:________________ 17.

from Colchester to Chelmsford and then from Chelmsford back to Leigh? Answer: ____hours ____minutes 19. Joseph is trying to work out how long he has to travel in December when he has a football match in Colchester followed by a cubʼs water safety course in Chelmsford.18. Travel times in minutes    Basildon  Billericay  Canvey  Chelmsford  Colchester  Leigh  Southend  Basildon  –  13   18  30  60  21  24  Billericay  13   –  30  23  55  29  30  Canvey  18  30  –  31  60  19  23  Chelmsford  30  23  31  –  38  32  32  Colchester  60  55  60  38  –  62  63  Leigh  21  29  19  32  62  –  6  Southend  24  30  23  32  63  6  –  How long does it take him in total to travel from Leigh to Colchester. What is the size of the angle marked x? 95° x 113° Answer:________________° Property of Louise Staples ( /2) PLEASE TURN OVER TO NEXT PAGE 5 .

how much further does David run than Ethan? Answer:_______________m 21. If David runs once around the perimeter of the playground and Ethan runs once around the perimeter of the tennis court. 2) (8. What are the coordinates of the fourth point? (5. Hannah drew a plotted a house on some graph paper. The diagram shows a square school playground with a square tennis court painted on it? The side of the playground measures 60m and the side of the tennis court measures 50m. 6) (2. 2) Answer: (______.20.______) ( /3) Property of Louise Staples PLEASE TURN OVER TO NEXT PAGE 6 . 8) (?. ?) (8.

The bar chart below shows what type of holiday Year 6 had last summer. Holidays  20  18  16  Number of children  14  12  10  8  6  4  2  0  What percentage of Year 6 went to the beach? Answer:_______________% Property of Louise Staples ( /4) PLEASE TURN OVER TO NEXT PAGE 7 . What is the smallest number of matchsticks that she can add so that the pattern has a line of symmetry? Answer: ________________ 23. Olivia makes this pattern from matchsticks.22.

How old is Joshua now? Answer: ___________ years 26. In four years time he will be twice as old as Ted. Four children each have a conversation with each other. x+40.) 8 . Each child only speaks once to each of the other children. The angles of this triangle are 3x. How many conversations are there? ( Answer:_________ conversations Property of Louise Staples /8) Total ( /34) End of test (You should have completed 27 questions. Joshua is four times older than his brother Ted. Calculate: 7⅔ − 6¼ Answer:________________ 27.24. 2x+20. What type of triangle is it? A) B) C) D) E) Scalene Right-angled Isosceles Equilateral Right-angled and scalene 3x Not to scale x+40 2x+20 Answer:________________ (Give the correct letter) 25.

) 6. none. 18 out of 50 is the same as 36 out of 100.) 16.5 (10 ÷ 4 = 2.9 to make 75 and then round to 80. 30 (1 × 2. 600g (360 ÷ 3 = 120. X two.435 13. 240 – 200 = 40) 21. 1 5/12 (7 − 6 = 1. 3248 ÷ 8 = 406 3.3 = 72.) 19. 8 Use 4× table. (Find the whole number and then divide by 3. Tennis court = 4 × 50 = 200. 40m (4 sides to a square. 2 hrs.00. J = 8.5) 4.035 = 19. 7 × 9 = 63. then put into hrs and mins.) 24. 6x + 60 = 180 (angles in a triangle) 6x = 120. 2x + 20 = 60. 10. x = 20. 17:03 (16:45 to 17 takes 15 mins. 28° (Find the angle inside the triangle 180 – 95 = 85 and 180 – 113 = 67. 74. 6) (x-axis point from below. 489 + 25 + 208 = 722 2. x + 40 = 60 2 marks 25. 2 × 3.7 –87. convert to cm). 1 (Each number is divided by 4. 256.Paper 5 – Answers with Brief Explanations (The explanations are not necessarily the quickest methods. 3x = 60. Z only rotational) 8.37 (Convert to metres. ¼ × 10 = 2.45m + 118cm = 8. person 2 speaks to two people. 120 × 5 = 600) 18.) 7. (Do not round the .45 + 1. 63 ÷ 3 = 21. 4 × 5.) 20. Which of the numbers below is not divisible by either 3 or 8 = 4772.0 (add the zero) –14. (7200 and 9024 are recognisable as divisible by three – sum of digits is in 3× table. y-axis point from other side. 12 mins (Add up the minutes 62 + 38 + 32 = 132. 64. T = 2 and 4 + 8 = 12. 6 (Person 1 speaks to three people. 5 × 6) 9.3 –72. subtract from 2. (2.365 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 15. H. 17.) 17.4 + 2. ⅔ − ¼ = 8 /12 − 3/12 = 5/12) 2 marks 27. T = 1 but 4 + 4 = 8 and 4 + 1 = 5.) 12. then subtract the new angles from 180.968 to the nearest 10 = 70. D 2 marks 3x + 2x+20 + x+40 = 6x + 60.18 = 9. add on the eighth piece of wool. leaving three mins to add on to the hour.) 11.) 22. person 3 speaks to one person. Playground perimeter = 4 × 60 = 240. 87 − 14. N. W (F.400 (add the zeros) +12. 4 + 2 = 6.035 –19. 1 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 2 marks 1 mark 2 marks 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 1 mark 23.63. 10.435 –17. 4. 180 – 85 = 95 – 67 = 28. 2 × 5 ≠ 8. 36% 2 marks (Add up all of the columns. but a simple method) 1. 11− 17 = –6 (Use a thermometer as an example) 14. S. 13 + 11 + 14 + 12 = 50 (All the children from the rugby column. 369 × 85 = 31. Leaving a quick check for 8× table. 34 marks 3 + 2 +1 = 6) .7 5.00 – 9. 16. 3 × 4. 37cm 8. O. J = 4. Total children = 50.63 = 0. 2 × 6 = 12 2 marks 26.

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