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# Name _________________________________________

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## This map shows part of Shropshire.

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D is ta n c e in k il o m e t r e s

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STO TTESD O N

FA R L O W
K IN L E T
C LEETO N

FO X W O O D

D O D D IN G T O N

H O PTO N

CA LLO W

M O R T IM E R
M AW LEY

M IL S O N
M A M BLE

a)

## What is the bearing of Cleeton from Mortimer?

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## c) What is the actual distance in Km?

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Raynes Park High School

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## The map shows three towns, Anly, Barton and Canio.

The scale of the map is 1 cm represents 1 km.
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B a rto n

C a n io

A n ly

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(c)

## Dore is due East of Canio and South West of Barton.

Mark on the map, the position of Dore.
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## Raynes Park High School

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The map shows the location of the highest mountains in England, Scotland and
Wales.

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Ben Nevis

Scafell
Pike

Snowdon

(a)

Use your protractor to find the three figure bearing of Scafell Pike from Ben
Nevis.
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(b)

Write down the three figure bearing of Ben Nevis from Scafell Pike.
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## The diagram shows a radar screen.

The radar screen is used to scan an area of the North Sea.
The radii of the circles are 10 km, 20 km, 30 km etc.
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R

030

060
P

090

Q
120

150
180

(a)

## Ship P is 40 km from C and on a bearing of 060. This is written as (40,060).

Write down the position of ship Q. ............................................................................... (1)

(b)

Ship T is at (10,210).

## Mark the position of ship T on the diagram.

(c)

(2)

The triangle PQC is equilateral. What does this tell you about the distance
between the ships P and Q?
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(d)

## Use your protractor to measure the bearing of Ship R from Ship Q.

Show on the diagram, the angle you are measuring.

5)

## The map shows the position of a ship, P, and a lighthouse L.

(a) What is the bearing of P from L?
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(b)

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## Another ship Q is due north of L.

Q is on a bearing of 055 from P.
Mark clearly the position of Q.

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## Matt and Fiaz go to the same college.

The scale drawing shows the positions of their homes and the college.

M a tt

C o lle g e

F ia z

## Matt lives 2.5 kilometres due north of the college.

(a)

Measure the distance on the scale drawing from Matts home to the college and
hence complete the statement.

## Answer On the scale drawing,

I km is represented by ................................ cm
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(b)

## What is the actual distance from Fiazs home to the college?

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(c)

Write down the three figure bearing of Fiazs home from the college.

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Raynes Park High School

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## The map of an island is shown.

N o rth

N o rth

S c a le 1 to 2 5 0 0 0 0

(a)

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## The map has been drawn to a scale of 1 to 250 000.

(b)

Use the map to calculate the actual distance between the lighthouses in
kilometres.
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## The diagram shows the positions of Nottingham and Doncaster.

Nottingham is due south of Doncaster.

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S c a le : 1 c m re p re s e n ts 1 0 k m

D o n c a s te r

N o ttin g h a m

(a)

## Stoke is on a bearing of 230 from Doncaster and due west of Nottingham.

Find the position of Stoke and mark it clearly on the diagram.
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(b)

## Radio Nottingham can be heard within a circle of radius 50 km.

Calculate the area of a circle of radius 50 km.
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9.

## A fishing boat sails from a harbour H to a point F.

F is due east of a lighthouse L
Angle FLH is 75 and angle LFH is 35.
North
L

75

35

(a)

## Calculate the bearing of F from H.

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(b)

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## Calculate the bearing of L from H.

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(c)

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## Calculate the bearing of H from F.

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