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##### 2. Question

If 6 is the input, what is the output?

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##### 3. Question

2b) If 2200 is the output, what was the input?

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At 9pm, the temperature was 5°C. By midnight, the temperature had dropped by 7°C. What was the temperature at 12am?

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##### 5. Question

Select the correct part-whole diagram.

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##### 6. Question

Which number is represented here?

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##### 7. Question

Write 104 in Roman numerals.

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##### 8. Question

Hannah gets £3 a month from her grandma and £10 from her parents on her birthday. How much money is Hannah given each year?

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Ali buys 6 pencils and 4 notepads. Calculate the total cost of her purchases.

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##### 11. Question

What is 36 rounded to the nearest ten?

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Write a number that would correctly complete this sentence.

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Write a number that would correctly complete this sentence.

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Ben runs around a field 5 times. He runs 10km in total. Sally runs around the same track 4 times. How far did Sally run?

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Select <, > or = to complete.

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Select <, > or = to complete.

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Select <, > or = to complete.

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##### 18. Question

Sarah and Suki go for lunch. They order 2 lemonades and a pizza. They pay with two £10 notes. How much change should they receive?

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##### 19. Question

Which shape has the longest perimeter?

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##### 20. Question

Which set of numbers are written in descending order?

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##### 21. Question

What percentage is represented here?

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##### 22. Question

Aisiah says “My birthday is in 5 days.” Alex says “My birthday is in 144 hours.” Natalia says “My birthday is in a week.” Who’s birthday is soonest?

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What are the next two numbers in the sequence?

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##### 24. Question

Thomas says “I have split this rectangle into 4 pieces so I have split it into quarters.” Is Thomas right? Explain how you know.

- Feedback for all answersAward 1 mark for correctly stating that Thomas is wrong.

Award an additional mark for an explanation that includes reference to quarters needing to be equally sized.

Do not award any marks if explanation is incorrect or contains contradictions.

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Thomas is incorrect. (1 mark)

Thomas is incorrect. If he had split the shape into quarters, all four pieces would be the same size. (2 marks

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##### 25. Question

Select the largest angle.

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##### 26. Question

Which shape is a parallelogram?

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Select the correct answer.

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##### 28. Question

Select the number represented by the red triangle.

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Write any number that could correctly complete this expression.

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##### 30. Question

All children in Class 4A voted in a survey about favourite colours. How many children are there in Class 4A?

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##### 31. Question

Which shape has the largest area?

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