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Q1.

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CDEF is a straight line.

AB is parallel to CF.

DE = AE.

Work out the size of the angle marked x.

You must give reasons for your answer.

(Total for Question is 4 marks)

Q2.

**Jon has a flower garden in the shape of a circle.
**

The diameter of the garden is 5 metres.

Jon wants to put fencing around the edge of the garden.

The fencing costs £1.80 per metre.

Work out the total cost of the fencing.

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(Total for Question is 3 marks)

Q3.

**OAB is a sector of a circle, centre O.
**

The radius of the circle is 15 cm.

The angle of the sector is 30°.

Calculate the area of sector OAB.

Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cm2

(Total for Question is 2 marks)

Q4.

Here is a solid prism.

Work out the volume of the prism.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .cm3

(Total for Question is 3 marks)

Q5.

**A frustrum is made by removing a small cone from a similar large cone.
**

The height of the small cone is 20 cm.

The height of the large cone is 40 cm.

The diameter of the base of the large cone is 30 cm.

Work out the volume of the frustrum.

Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .cm3

(Total for Question is 4 marks)

Q6.

The diagram shows the plan of a playground.

.....................Bill is going to cover the playground with tarmac....................................................... (Total for Question is 4 marks) ........... Work out the total cost of the tarmac Bill needs..............56 to cover each square metre with tarmac.............. It costs £2..... ...........................

... (Total for Question is 6 marks) Q8. Sumeet uses a pump to empty the pond.... ... ABC is parallel to PQR..................... The level of the water in the pond goes down by 20 cm in the first 30 minutes...............Q7.... The volume of water in the pond decreases at a constant rate........ Sumeet wants to empty the pond so he can clean it... ABC......... Angle BAQ = 35° ...................... The pond is completely full of water.... PQR and AQD are straight lines...... Work out how much more time Sumeet has to wait for the pump to empty the pond completely........................................ Sumeet has a pond in the shape of a prism............

Angle BQA = 90° Work out the size of the angle marked x.... x=. Give reasons for each stage of your working.° (Total for Question is 4 marks) ...................

.Q9............... cm (Total for Question is 2 marks) .......... Give your expression in its simplest form................... Work out the circumference of the circle.... (Total for Question is 4 marks) Q10....... A circle has a diameter of 140 cm................................................................................... N is the point on AD where ND = x BMN is a right-angled triangle...... for the area of triangle BMN.......... ..... ABCD is a square with a side length of 4x M is the midpoint of DC. ......... Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures................. Find an expression. in terms of x.........................

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. The new tin will have a radius of 5.. The diagram shows a large tin of pet food in the shape of a cylinder... .............. A pet food company wants to make a new size of tin... Calculate the height of the new tin...... The large tin has a radius of 6........ Give your answer correct to one decimal place...5 cm.... It will have the same volume as the large tin...5 cm and a height of 11.....8 cm........... cm (Total for Question is 3 marks) ....Q11....

.................... ABC is an isosceles triangle............. Work out the area of the triangle.Q12.... Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures... cm2 (Total for Question is 4 marks) . ......................

..... Here is a triangular prism....Q13....................... (Total for Question is 4 marks) .............. Work out the volume of this triangular prism..... ............

Prove that triangle ABD and triangle DCA are congruent.Q14. (Total for Question is 3 marks) . centre O. * AOC and BOD are diameters of a circle.

. ..........6 m long and 3 m wide.......... ................ . . ... Each paving slab is a square of side 60 cm... ............. The diagram shows a patio in the shape of a rectangle............. (a) Does Matthew buy enough paving slabs to cover the patio? You must show all your working... ..... .. (3) (Total for Question is 6 marks) .. ..... ........Q15. Matthew is going to cover the patio with paving slabs... .. ....... ..... Matthew buys 32 of the paving slabs.......... ..63 each........ . .... .. Diagram NOT accurately drawn The patio is 3.. . ........ (b) Work out the total cost of the 32 paving slabs...... ... .. (3) The paving slabs cost £8. £.... ........

The diagram shows a solid hemisphere of radius 5 cm. . . . . . Give your answer in terms of π. . . . ABC is a triangle. cm2 (Total for Question is 3 marks) Q17. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Q16. . . . Find the total surface area of the solid hemisphere. .

.. ... Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures...... ..... ....... ...... . .......... . cm2 (2) (b) Work out the length of the side AB. .. ...... .. ...................... ... . .... ... ............... .(a) Work out the area of triangle ABC.... ........... . . Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures. ... ...... ...................... (3) (Total for Question is 5 marks) ...................

....Q18......... The diagram shows a pyramid......... . ... .. . ........ ..... ...... .... BCDE is a square with sides of length 10 cm. .. ... cm3 (4) (b) Find the size of angle DAB...... ....... .... .. ....................... ..... ... ... .. ..... The other faces of the pyramid are equilateral triangles with sides of length 10 cm... .... (a) Calculate the volume of the pyramid. * Working Angle AED = 38 alternate angles are equal Angle ADE = (180 – 38) ÷ 2 = 71 x = 180 – 71 base angles of an isosceles Answer x = 109 Mark 4 Notes B1 for angle AED = 38 or AEF = 142 M1 for a complete method to find one of the base angles of the isosceles triangle . Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures.. (2) (Total for Question is 6 marks) Mark Scheme Q1....... ........ ................... ......... . ..

triangle are equalangles in a triangle add up to 180angles on a straight line sum to 180 OR angle AEF = 142 allied angles/cointeriorangles add up to 180 ADE = 142 ÷ 2 = 71 base angles of an isosceles triangle are equalexterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the interior opposite angles . x = 180 – 71 angles in a straight line add to 180 OR Angle AED = 38 alternate angles are equal for angles BAE and AED and BAD and ADC (x) Angle DAE= (180 – 38) ÷ 2 = 71 base angles of an isosceles triangle are equalangles in a triangle add up to 180 Or Angle AED = 38 alternate angles are equal Angle ADE = (180 – 38) ÷ 2 = 71 base angles of an isosceles triangle are equal and angles in a triangle sum to C2 (dep M1) for x = 109 with complete reasons (C1 (dep M1) for one reason correctly used and stated) .

80 Answer 28. .5) M1 for π × 5 × 1.3(0) or 28.26 or 28. 30 Working Answer Mark Notes ⁄360 × π × 152 58.8(0) A1 for 28.8 − 58.27 Mark Notes 3 M1 for use of π × x (with x = 5 or x = 2. Working π × 5 × 1.8 2 M1 for a correct method to find the area of sector OAB A1 for answer in range 58.8(0) or 2 × π × 2.9125 Working Answer Mark Notes 1180 3 M1 for a correct method to find the area of the cross section M1 (dep) for a complete correct method for the volume of the prism A1 cao ORM1 for a correct method to find the volume of one cuboid Q4.180x = 38 + 71 alternate anglesBAD and ADC(x) are equal Q2.28 or 28.5) or 2 × π × x (with x = 5 or x = 2.5 × 1.8(0) Q3.27 or 28.

M1 (dep) for a complete correct method for the volume of the prism A1 cao .

1⁄3 × π × 152 × 40 (=9424. Working 1 ⁄3 × π × 152 × 40 − 1⁄3 × π × 7.52 × 20 oe A1 for answer in the range 8240 − 8250 ORB1 for 23 M1 for a numerical expression for the volume of the large cone eg.) or 1⁄3 × π × 7.52 × 20 Working Answer Mark Notes 8250 4 B1 for 15cm as diameter or 7.5 cm as radius of smaller cone (may be marked on diagram or used in a formula) M1 for a numerical expression for the volume of one cone eg. 1⁄3 × π × 152 × 40 (=9424.) M1 volume of frustrum = 7⁄8 × 1 ⁄3 × π × 152 × 40 oe A1 for answer in the range 8240 − 8250 Answer Mark Notes 10752 4 M1 for splitting the pentagon (or show the recognition of the "absent" triangle) and using a correct method to find the area of one shape M1 for a .....52 × 20 (=1178.) M1 for 1⁄3 × π × 152 × 40 oe −1⁄3 × × π × 7...Q5.

eg "1.4). 0.8" M1 for method to find extra time.complete and correct method to find the total area M1 (dep on at least one prev M1) for multiplying their total area by 2. 100 × 200 × 20 (= 400000) A1 for correct rate. 1¾ hours.8" ÷ "0.4 m³ in 30 minutes M1 for correct method to find total time taken to empty the pond.5) × 2 × 1 (= 1. 1 hour 45 mins or 105 mins OR M1 for method .8) M1 for method to find the volume of water emptied in 30 minutes.2 (= 0. eg 2 hrs 15 minutes − 30 minutes A1 for 1.75 hours.56 (where total area is a calculation involving at least two areas) A1 cao Q6. eg 0. Working Answer Mark Notes 1 hour 45 mins 6 M1 for method to find volume of pond. eg 1 × 2 × 0.8 m³/hr.3 + 0. eg ½ (1.

4). Working Answer Mark Notes 55 4 M1 for a correct method to find a different angle using 35° M1 for setting up a complete process to calculate angle x A1 cao B1 states one of the following reasons relating to their chosen method: . "0.4" ÷ "0. eg "1.75 hours. eg 0. ½ (1.1 + 0..4" × 2 A1 for correct rate.3) × 2 × 1 (= 1. 1¾ hours.2 (= 0. 1 hour 45 mins or 105 mins NB working could be in 3D or in 2D and in metres or cm throughout Q7.eg.4) M1 for method to work out time. 100 × 200 × 20 (= 400000) M1 for method to work out rate of water loss eg.to find volume of water emptied in 30 minutes.8 m³/hr M1 for correct method to work out remaining volume of water eg.8" A1 for 1. 1 × 2 × 0.

Allied angles / Co-interior angles add up to 180. Q8. .Alternate angles are equal. Corresponding angles are equal. the exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the interioropposite angles.

Working Answer Mark Notes 5x2 4 M1 for 4x × 4x M1 for (2x ×4x)/2 or (2x × x)/2 or(3x ×4x)/2 M1(dep M2) for "16 x2" – "4 x2"– "x2" – "6 x2" A1 for 5x2 OR A1 for 5x2 Q9. Q10. Q11. .

Q14. Q13. .Q12.

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360 ÷ 60 or 300 ÷ 60 or 3.16 24000+1800+9 0+1600+120+6 = 27616 Notes M1 for dividing side of patio by side of paving slab eg.6) oe (units may not be consistent) A1 for Yes and 30 (or 2 extra) with correct calculations OR .6 or 0.6 × 3) ÷ (0.6 × 3 or 10.36 seen M1 for dividing area of patio by area of a paving slab eg.Q15.8 seen or 0.6 × 0. (3.6 or 6 and 5 seen (may be on a diagram) or 6 divisions seen on length of diagram or 5 divisions seen on width of diagram M1 for correct method to find number of paving slabs eg.6 × 0. Question Working (a) 360 ÷ 60 = 6 300 ÷ 60 = 5 6×5= Answer Yes and 30 (b) Mark 3 3 276.6 or 3 ÷ 0.6 ÷ 0. (360 ÷ 60) × (300 ÷ 60) oe or 6 × 5 or 30 squares seen on diagram (units may not be consistent) A1 for Yes and 30 (or 2 extra) with correct calculations OR M1 for correct method to find area of patio or paving slab eg 360 × 300 or 108000 seen or 60 × 60 or 3600 seen or 3.

Condone 1 multiplication error. Final addition not necessary.8 NB : Throughout the question. OR M1 for sight of a complete partitioning method. 60 × 60 × 32 and 360 × 300 (units may not be consistent) A1 for Yes and 115200 and 108000 OR Yes and 11.M1 for method to find area of patio or area of 32 slabs eg. addition not necessary. A1 for digits 27616 A1 ft (dep on M1) for correct placement of decimal point after addition (of appropriate . candidates could be working in metres or centimetresM 1 for complete correct method with relative place value correct. 60 × 60 × 32 or 360 × 300 M1 for method to find both area of patio and area of 32 slabs eg. Condone 1 multiplication error. OR M1 for a complete grid. addition not necessary.52 and 10. condone 1 multiplication error.

Working Answer Mark Notes 75π 3 M1 for (4 × π × 52 ) ÷ 2 oe M1 for π × 52 oe A1 for 75π accept 235.63) Q16.14… .values) (SC: B1 for attempting to add 32 lots of 8.5 Condone the use of π = 3.

1 to 18.2 6.56 2 3 M1 for ½ × 6 × 7 × sin60 A1 for answer in range 18.2 M1 for 62 + 72 – 2 × 6 × 7 × cos60 M1 for correct order of operation eg 36 + 49 – 42 (=43) A1 for answer in range 6.56 .Working (a) (b) Q17.55 to 6. Answer Mark Notes 18.

) M1 (indep) 1⁄3 ×102 ' ' (but not1⁄3 ×102 ×10 ) A1 235 – 236 OR M1 correct method to start to find height of a face using triangle AMC (oe) Eg.Question (a) (b) Working Answer Let O be the 236 centre of the base. cos B= Angl e BAD = 180 – '45' – '45' ORsin A = A = 45 Angle BAD = 2 × '45' Mark 4 2 Notes M1 correct method to start to find BD or BO using triangle OBC or triangle BCD (oe) Eg. cos A = O RIn ΔBOA. AM2+MC2 = 102 .) or BO = or 102 + 102 = BD2or BD2 = 200 or BD= (=14..07. ) M1 (dep) correct method to find height of pyramid using triangle AOB Eg.66. OB2 + OC2 = 102or BO 2= 50 or BO = (=7. AM2 + 52 = 102or AM 2 = 75 or AM = (=8.07. AO2 = ' ...) M1 (dep) correct method to find height of pyramid using triangle AOM Eg.1.. AO2 = 102 '2 –' or 2 AO = 50 or AO = (=7. OB2 + OC2 = 90 102 .. AM2 = 75 AO2 = AM2 – MO2 = 50 Vol = 1⁄3 ×102 × Angle ABO = 45° Angle DAB = 180 – 45 – 45 ORIn ΔBAD. OB2 = 50 AO2 = AB2 – OB2 = 50 Vol = 1⁄3 ×102 × OR Let M be the midpt of side BC and let O be the centre of the base.

07..07.) M1 (indep) 1 ⁄3×102 ×'7.98 – 90 OR M1 cos BAD = A1 89..'2 – 52or AO = 50 or 2 AO = (=7.) M1 (indep) 1⁄3 ×102×' '(but not1⁄3 ×102 ×10 ) A1 235 – 236 ORM1 for sin 45 = x⁄10or cos 45 = x⁄10 M1 for h = 10 × sin 45 or h = 10 × cos 45 (=7.98 – 90 OR M1 sin A = A1 89.' (but not 1⁄3×102 ×10) A1 235 – 236 M1 Angle DAB = 180 – 2× '45' A1 89.07.. .98 ..90 Q18.

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