a) Draw a line of symmetry on the shape below.

b) What is the order of rotational symmetry for the shape.

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The space shuttle travels at 27 870 km per hour.

a) What is 27 870 in words.

b) What is 27 870 to the nearest hundred.

c) If the space shuttle travelled for 3 hours how far would it have travelled

d) The wingspan of the space shuttle is 23.79 m

What is the wingspan in cm.

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Two walls of a bathroom need tiling. The walls are shown below.

One wall is 3 metres by 3 metres.

The other wall is 3 metres by 4 metres with a window which is 1 metre by ½ metre.

a) Work out the area that needs tiling

Tiles are squares measuring 25cm by 25 cm. They cost £3.00 each

b) Calculate the costs of tiling the bathroom

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A number pattern is shown below.

Number | Pattern | Total |

1 | 3 = | 3 |

2 | 3+4 = | 7 |

3 | 3+4+4 = | 11 |

4 | ||

5 |

a) Complete the table above.

b) What is the expression in terms of n, for the total in pattern number n.

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a) Matthew was paid £1234 a month. His rent was £357 a month.

How much did he have left after paying his rent.

b) What is –5.3 – 4.7

c) What is 4 + 5 × 2

d) Arrange these numbers from smallest to largest.

0.809 –1.09 0.099 –0.9 0.89

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The tally chart shows how many pies Henry sold in his cafe in a week.

a) Complete the tally and frequency columns

The pictogram below shows the same information above.

b) Complete the pictogram and the key.

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a) What is 1500 grams in kilograms.

b) What is 1.234 kilometres in metres.

c) What is 0.225 litres in millilitres

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Henry drove 155 miles from Bedworth to Yarm.

He stopped at the "half way cafe" for a meal and a drink.

The cafe is exactly half the distance between Bedworth and Yarm.

Using 5 miles = 8 kilometres what is the distance from Bedworth to the half-way cafe in kilometres.

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At the half way Cafe they had a special offer:

Special offer1 drink, 1 main, 1 pudding for only £5.00 |

Henry ordered one Tea, Ham and Chips and Apple Pie.

He paid the special offer price of £5.00

How much did he save compared to the normal prices below?

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Chantelle wants to buy two pairs of trainers.

Three shops sell the trainers she wants, as shown below

DW Shoes | CB Sport | Joggers |

Normally £40 1/5th off |
Normally £38 15% off |
Normally £43 Buy one pair get 2nd pair half price |

Calculate which shop is the cheapest for **two** pairs of trainers

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a) What is 28% as a fraction in its simplest form.

b) In a group of 50 pupils, 21 were girls. What % were boys.

c) Work out

d) Work out

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David is y years old.

His wife Jane is 3 years younger.

a) Write down an expression, in terms of y, for Jane's age.

The total age of both David and Jane is 117 years.

b) Write an equation and solve it to find the value of y (David's age).

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A square P is shown on the grid below..

a) Enlarge P by scale factor 3, with centre O. Label the new shape Q.

b) Translate square P by Label the new shape R

c) Reflect shape P in the line y = 3. Label the new shape S

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A teacher recorded the test marks out of 50 for 19 students in her class.

34 31 29 17 16 25 45 21 17 33

40 24 32 29 44 17 21 33 29

a) Draw an ordered stem and leaf diagram to show this information. Include a key.

b) What was median mark

c) What was the range of marks

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Look at the points shown on the graph.

a) What are the coordinates of point C.

b) What are the coordinates of point D.

c) A line is draw between points C and D. What are the co-ordinates of the the mid-point of the line CD.

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Work out P using the information below:

P = 6q – 3r

q = 7 and r = – 2

If P = 24 and r = 2, what is q

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A regular shape has an angle marked y as shown

a) Why is it called a regular

b) Write down the name of the regular shape.

c) Calculate the size of the external angle y

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Josh measured 3 pieces of wood - Oak, Pine and Teak.

Altogether they were 63cm long.

The Oak piece was twice as long as the Pine piece.

The Teak piece was three times as long as the Oak piece.

How long was each piece of wood

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Self-employed people can claim expenses for car travel.

Use the rule below to work out how much can be claimed for car travel

Claim = £0.45 × number of miles |

a) Stuart drove 220 miles

How much can he claim for 220 miles.

Give your answer in pounds and pence.

b) Laura claimed £141.75 for petrol.

How many miles did she travel.

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The two way table shows information about 50 students and which sport they prefer

Boys | Girls | Total | |

Swimming | 11 | 28 | |

Gymnastics | 8 | ||

Athletics | 8 | 6 | |

Total | 28 | 50 |

a) Complete the two-way table.

One student is picked at random

b) What is the probability that this student prefers swimming

c) A girl was picked. What is the probability she prefers gymnastics

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Line A is parallel to line B

Two lines diagonally cross lines A and B

a) What is the size of the angle marked y

b) What is the size of the angle marked x

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Poppy had an internet business selling socks. She starts by charging £5.00 for each pair plus postage of £3 for each order.

a) Complete the table below

Pairs socks in an order | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 |

Total cost | £8 | £18 |

b) Get some graph paper and for x = 0 to 10, plot the equation y=5x+3

In a special offer, Poppy reduced the price for a pair of socks to £4, but increased postage to £6. On the same graph plot the equation for this special offer.

c) Look at the two graphs to compare both offers and work out for how many pairs of socks they charge the same.

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