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Answer ALL of the questions. You must write down all stages in your working.

Question 1 (2 marks)

The manager of a school canteen has made some changes. She wants to find out what the students

think of these changes. She uses this question on a questionnaire:

“How much money do you normally spend in the canteen?” A lot Not much

Design a better question for the canteen manager to use. You should include some response boxes.

Question 2 (2 marks)

The answer sheet shows a map of part of England. A radio station in Manchester transmits

programmes which can be received anywhere within a distance of 30km. On the diagram, shade the

region in which the programmes can be received.

Question 3 (4 marks)

The table shows the number of computer games sold in a supermarket each month from January to

June.

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun

147 161 238 135 167 250

(a) Work out the three-month moving averages for this information.

(b) In a sale, the supermarket took 20% of its normal prices. On Fun Friday, it took 30% off its

sale prices. Fred says “This means there was 50% off the normal prices.” Explain why Fred

is wrong.

Question 4 (4 marks)

The equation x3 – 2x = 67 has a solution between 4 and 5. Use trial and improvement to find the

solution. Give your answer correct to one decimal place. You must show all your working.

Question 5 (3 marks)

A nanosecond is 0.000 000 001 second.

(a) Write the number 0.000 000 001 in standard form.

(b) A computer does a calculation in 5 nanoseconds. How many of these calculations does it do

in 1 second? Give your answer in standard form.

Question 6 (3 marks)

6.27 × 4.52

Use your calculator to work out:

4.81 + 9.63

(b) Write down your answer to part (a) to an appropriate degree of accuracy.

Question 7 (2 marks)

Here are some patterns made from

dots.

number of dots, d, in terms of the

pattern number, n.

Question 8 (4 marks)

An ice hockey puck is in the shape of a cylinder with a radius of

3.8cm, and a thickness of 2.5cm. It is made out of rubber with a

density of 1.5 grams per cm3. Work out the mass of the puck, giving

your answer correct to three significant figures.

Question 9 (6 marks)

In the diagram, DE = 6m, EG = 10m, FG = 8m, and angles

DEG and EFG are both right-angles.

(a) Calculate the length of DG. Give your answer

correct to three significant figures.

(b) Calculate the size of the angle marked x. Give your

answer correct to one decimal place.

Question 10 (4 marks)

Solve the simultaneous equations 6x – 2y = 33

4x + 3y = 9

Question 11 (3 marks)

A 20 Euro note is a rectangle 133mm long and 72mm wide.

A 500 Euro note is a rectangle 160mm long and 82mm wide.

Show that the two rectangles are not mathematically similar.

Question 12 (5 marks)

(a) A company bought a van that had a value of £12,000. Each year the value of the van

depreciates by 25%. Work out the value of the van at the end of three years.

(b) The company bought a new truck. Each year the value of the truck depreciates by 20%. The

value of the new truck can be multiplied by a single number to find its value at the end of

four years. Find this single number as a decimal.

Question 13 (3 marks)

A cone has a volume of 10cm3. The vertical height of the cone is 1.5cm. Calculate the radius of the

cone, giving your answer correct to three significant figures.

Question 14 (7 marks)

Amy has 10 CDs in a CD holder. Amy’s favourite group is Edex. She has 6 Edex CDs in the CD

holder. Amy takes one of these 10 CDs at random. She writes down whether or not it is an Edex

CD. She puts the CD back in the holder. Amy then again takes one of these 10 CDs at random.

(a) Complete the probability tree diagram on the answer sheet.

(b) Find the probability that Amy will pick two Edex CDs.

Amy had 30CDs. The mean playing time of these 30 CDs was 42 minutes. Amy sold 5 of her CDs.

The mean playing time of the remaining 25 CDs was 42.8 minutes.

(c) Calculate the mean playing time of the 5 CDs that Amy sold.

Question 15 (4 marks)

The shutter speed, S, of a camera varies inversely as the square of the aperture setting, f.

When f = 8, S = 125.

(a) Find a formula for S in terms of f.

(b) Hence, or otherwise, calculate the value of S when f = 4.

Question 16 (6 marks)

In the diagram, AB = 3.2cm and BC = 8.4cm. The area of the

triangle ABC is 10cm2. Calculate the perimeter of the triangle,

giving your answer to three significant figures.

Question 17 (7 marks)

In the diagram, AT is a tangent to the circle at

point T. O is the centre of the circle.

(a) Show that x – 6x – 39 = 0.

(b) Hence find the radius of the circle

correct to three significant figures.

Question 18 (4 marks)

The diagram represents a prism. EB and FC are

perpendicular to the plane ABCD. Calculate the size

of the angle that the line DE makes with the plane

ABCD, giving your answer correct to 1 decimal place.

Question 19 (8 marks)

(a) Bill said that the line y = 6 cuts the curve x2 + y2 = 25 at two points. By eliminating y, show

that Bill is wrong.

(b) By eliminating y, find the solutions to the simultaneous equations:

x2 + y2 = 25

y = 2x – 2

Question 20 (9 marks)

Martin won the 400 metre race in the school sports competition with a time of 1 minute. The

distance was correct to the nearest centimetre and the time was correct to the nearest tenth of a

second.

(a) Work out the upper bound and the lower bound of Martin’s speed in km/h. Give your

answer correct to five significant figures.

(b) Write down an appropriate value for Martin’s speed in km/h. Explain your answer.

The table shows the number of people in each age group who watched the school sports

competition. Martin did a survey of these people. He used a stratified sample of exactly 50 people

according to age group.

Age Group 0 – 16 17 – 29 30 – 44 45 – 59 60 +

Number of people 177 111 86 82 21

(c) Work out the number of people from each age group that should have been in Martin’s

sample of 50.

Question 21 (6 marks)

40 − x

(a) Solve = 4+x

3

4x 2 − 6x

(b) Simplify fully

4x 2 − 9

Question 22 (4 marks)

The diagram shows a sketch of a curve. The point P(x,y) lies on the curve. The locus of P has the

following property: the distance of the point P from the point (0,2) is the same as the distance of the

point P from the x-axis. Show that y = ¼ x2 + 1.

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