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Al TONG StCHOOL

2011

CONTINUAL ASSESSMENT 1 PRIMARY 6

MATHEMATICS

Paper 1 (Booklet A and B)


DURATION : 50min
DATE: 1 March 2011

INSTRUCTIONS

Do not open the booklet until you are told to do so.


Follow all instructions.

Answer all questions.


You are not allowed to use a calculator.

Name

Class

: Primary 6.

Marks:

Paper 1
Paper 2

/40
1/&0

Parent's Signature:.
Date

Total

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Paper 1 Booklet A

Questions 1to10 carry 1 mark each. Questions 11 to 15 carry 2 marks each.


For each question, four options aregiven. One of them is the correct answer

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Make your choice (1,2, 3 or 4). .Shade, the ova! (1, 2, 3 or 4) on the Optical Answer

'-*' -^ V '-' = '

(20marks)

Find the value of -*3.


10

(D (2)

10 27

Z_
10

(3)
(4)

2^ 10
3^ 3

Simplify 7y'- 4.'- jj;+ 6


(1) 6y - 2

(2) (3) (4)

6y + 2 6y+10 6y-10

Express 3^rjfas a percentage of atkroi


(1) %
200

(2)
(3)

^r% 20
- %
3

(4)

2 1^%
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Use the information below to answer Questions 4 and 5. >

The bar graph below shows the number of visitors to a museum for the last 6
months.

Number of visitors
500 450 400 350

300
250
200

150
100 50
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Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun
2010

In which month was theflpercentage decreased the number of visitors the


greatest?

(t) (2) (3) (4)

February April May


June

Find the percentage decrease in the number of visitors from April to May:
(1) (2)
20%
25% 60% 75%

(3)
(4)

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The figure is riot drawn to scale. Find Z.w.

(1) (2) (3) (4)

45

56
60

64*

There are 85classrooms ih;sa school 2&% ofthem areair^-cohditioned.


How many classrooms are not air-cbrtditioned?;
(1)
15

(2)
(3)

17
68

(4)

80

Kylie pays $70 for a bag. This is 40%'more tharkthe price of a wallet. How much
does the wallet cost?

(1)
(2)

$28

$42
$50
$98

(3)
(4)

7
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7
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7 7 * -r = x 9 9
7

(2)

10

(3)
(4)

13
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Th^> fiqnrft4>pinw n^t drawn to scale, is arectangle measuring 14


Find the shaded area.

by 9 cnfi.

4 cm <

0) <2)
(3)

10 cm2 18 cm2

5cm

29.cm2 >
22^5. cm2

(4)

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Kristen stands facing South. She turns 225 anti-clockwise. What direction is she
facing now?

(1)
(2)

North-East

North-West
South-East

(3) (4)

South West

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The average of 3 numbers is 70 and the average of another 2 numbers is 45.


Find the average of the 5 numbers.

(1) (2)
(3)

23
60 115 150

(4)

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larger number.
(1) (2) (3)
(4)

nunroer isincreased byto, itwill be4 times that otthe smaller number, Rnd the
' . . "RJn",
48 54 64
78

Ihavetwo numbers. Onenumber is 38 less.thanJheathW number. tfthe lardeY

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Serene has a sum of money. If she spends - of the money on ^ painbf shoes
and 25% ofthe remainder on a dress, she will have $156 left. How much monev
does she have at first? j

(1) (2)
(3) (4)

$117 $195
$260 $780

15 Chee Kwong and Ray shared $/?. Chee Kwohg received thrice as much as Ray.
How much did Chee Kwong receive? Express your answer in terms of h.

(D $
4

(2)

(3) $
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Booklet B

Questions 16 to 25 cany 1 mark each.*Write your answers in the spaces provided. For questions which require units, give your answers in the units stated. (10 marks)

16

Express -asa decimal. Correct your answer to 2 decimal places,


y

Ans:

17

Look at the following pattern of number


7*11 x 13x1 = 1001 7x11 x-13x2 = 2002 7x11x13x3 = 3003

Whatis(49xy5$x26)?

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18

A cube has side measuring 5 cm. Find its volume.

Ans:

cm3

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Chloe needs*|- hto sew abolster,cover. How many bolster covers can she sew
in2h? ."'.'""

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20

Steve can type 40 words per minute. At this rate, how many words can he type in

^h? 4

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3* 21 The ratio of Ramesh's money to Ailin's money is 1 : 2. Ailin had ^ as much

money asfPatricftWhat istReTatTo ofPatflcirs money to Ramesti's money?

Ans:

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jglepe accidentally spilled ink onto.her result slip. Her results were as follow.

Continual Assessment 1 Results

. English
Chinese Mathematics Science

84

a s
91
86

Average

What could the'smallest possible difference) between her Chinese and


Mathematics marks be?

Ans:

23

The table below shows the parking fees at a car park in a shopping mall.
Parking Rates

First 10 minutes
First 1 hour

Free

Each additional 30 minutes.or part thereof


1

$3.50 $0.60

Mr Raja parked his car at the car park for 4 h. Findthe parking fees he had to
pay.

Ans: $ ^
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Mrs Tan has 1~ kg of flour. She repacks4hejiM^


each. How many such packets does she get?

of-Lkg

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25

In the figure below, shade the least number of unit square(s) so that the figure
symmetrical about the line AB.

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B

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-Questions 26 to 30 carry 2 maricsT>each^^ow your working dearly in the space provided for ach question arid write youranswer inthe spaces provided:
Forquestions which require units, give your answers in the units stated.
26

(10 marks)

Hannah had 50 stamps. Her brother, Steve, had 160 stamps more than she.

After receiving an equal number of stamps from Aunt Sara, Hanna^rhas ^fas
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many stampsas^teve. How many stamps did AuntSara give to each of them?

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27

of Jacob's money is the same as of Meiling's money. What is the ratio of Meiling's money to Jacob's money?

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2$,

This year, Ahmad is24years old and his father is 52 years old. How many years
ago was Ahmad's rather times as old as he was?

Ans:

.years

29

Triangle Pand Q has an area of24 cm2 and42 cm2 respectively The length of
AB is 6 cm. Given that Triangle R and Triangle S are symmetrical, what is the
area of the Triangle S?

6cm

Ans:

crrr

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30

Alan scores an average of 2 goals in k number of soccer matches. William

scores an average of 5 goals in the same number of matches as Alan. What is


the average number of goals scored by the two boys?

Ans:

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AITONG SCHOOL
2011

CONTINUAL ASSESSMENT 1
PRIMARY 6

MATHEMATICS

Paper 2

DURATION : 1 h 40 min
DATE

: 1 March 2011

INSTRUCTIONS

Do not open the booklet until you are told to do so.


Follow all instructions.

Answer all questions.


You are allowed to use a calculator.
Name

Class

: Primary 6

Marks:

Paper 2

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Parent's Signature
Date
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Questions 1 to 5 carry2 maiks each. Show your working clearly in the space

Do not write-in

provided for each question and write your answers in the spaces provided. For questions which require units, give your answers inthevunits stated.
' ; (10 marks)

this space

Bee Leng had $960 less than Kent; After Bee Leng gave $2400 to Kerri, the ratio of Bee Leng's money to Kern's money became 1: 3. How much
did Bee Leng have in the end?

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Jri_aJ)outique, the number of dresses sold was 70. fhis1 waa40%rmore


lhart the number of blouses sold. How many blouseSwere sold'r "

Ans:

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account Mersome time, tne arno$Srlved in Julie's account was $628


Howmuchi did Mrsi Tarig contribute? :.' *-

Fgr^yery^B Julie saved, Mrs Tanav^uld top up $3 into her bank

Do not write in this space

Ans:$

In the figure below, not drawn to scale, ABCD isa trapezium and ABD is
an isosceles triangle. Find the size of ZBDE.

Ans:

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this space.

kg of sugar is packed into tittle bags.. If each bag can contain only
kg of sugar, how much sugar is left unpacked?
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(Give your answer as a fraction in the simplest form.)

Ans:

-kg

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For questions 6 to 18, show your working clearly in the space provided for each

this space.

available is shown in the brackets [ ]atthe end ofeach question or


part-question.

question and wme ihe answers in the^spaces provided. The numberof marfcs

(60 marks)

At a party, the ratio of the number of boys to the numberof girls is 3:4. Ifeach boy is given 2 stickers whileeach girl is given 3 stickers, 1080 stickers are needed. How many boys are at the party?

Ans:

,HI

JeftTias 45% as many sweets as Meh/in and'40% fewer sweets than. Alfred. If they have a total of 132 sweets, how manysweets does Jeft ha^

Ans:

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Draw atrapezium PQRSSiieh thatPQ =? 4.6 cm, QR=*7 cm,

Dd^not write in

. ^_pqr= 1^;ahd ZQPS = 112, Measure the length of PS.

this space

Ans:

[3]

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The line graph below showsthe number of cars sold in a showroom from
: January to June.
Number of, Cars sold
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this space

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400-

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Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr
Month

May

June

(a)

In how many months was the sales less than 450 cars?

(b)

What percentage of the total number of cars sold .was the number of cars sold in Jan and Feb? Round off the answer to 2 decimal
places.

Ans: (a)_
(b).

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In the middle ofthemonth, Gain)withdrew ^ of his money frorrUh


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bank. He spent $136 on acomputer game and the remainina$^

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buy a tennisracket When nereceived ^salaryatttieend otthe month, he^leposRed- of itinthe bank.-As a result, the amount inthe:
bank was increasefti to $817.50. What is Gary's salary?

Ans:

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In a survey/sprnepupils weremasked if^they preferred vol!eyballw4abtetennis. of the pupils chose w^^^

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tftf&space

^nls^ntfS&o^
took part in the survey?

that 90 pupils chose both volleyball and^Bll&tenhfe, hoWffianybupils

Ans:

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Jessica and joe were buyingsports gear at a mall where a discount of $8


was given for every $80 spent

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this space

a)
b)

Jessica picked up $5?2 worth of sports gear. How much didsr^e pay
forfoemafter thediscount?

If Joe paid the cashier* $864t Jww much discount did he get?

Ans: a)

[1J

b)

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Xavier, Yew Ming and Zason bought a watch for their mother on her

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birthday,,^esi^:^^y^
1 -V ;-.. v * : ::;.'-.-.:....v:?v;%Ming, how.much did the watch cost?

Yew>fflpg
.>;;..:- ;v . .-

paid of what Xavierand Zason paid. IfZason paid $56 more than Yew

Ans:

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as much as Amy's. What was their total savings at first?

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Mrs'Hari baked 384muffins in December. The ratio of the number of


chcKlate muffins to the number^ butte

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January, the ratio ofthe number of chocolate muffins'tothe number of butter muffins baked was 7:4. If Mrs. Han baked the same number of

buttermuffins in both months, how many more chocolatemuffins did she


bake in January than in December ?

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Vanessa used some coloured beadsto make a bag:< 44%of the beads
were red and thewest were either blue or yellc4vrl^?ratio of fee number-

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of blue to yellowbeads used was 3:5; Ifshe used 46 more red beads
than blue beads, how many beads did she use in all?

Ans:
13

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4:5 When16 fifty-cent coins were taken out and replaced bysome

Acoin box contained only twenty-cent and fifty-cent coins in th rafiooF|do hotwrite
this space
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in

twenty-cent coins, the numberofvfifty-cenjt coins left in the box was of


the twenty-cent coins. The total value of allthe coins remained the same.
Find the sum of money in the coin box.

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this space

(a)

if Jason adds-1 to the numerator of a fraction, the fraction becomes


one whole. If he adds 4 to the denominator, the fraction becomes .
What is the fraction?
... 1.

Ans: a)

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(b)

The numbers 1 to 500 are written in columns as shown:

4 8 10 17 16 18 25
11

12
14

13

15 19
23

20
22

21

24

26

Ifthis pattern continues, in wJ)iorrcrotprafi=wiii tne number 500 be written?

b)

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