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- Question 1 of 30
##### 1. Question

Which is the lowest number?

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##### 2. Question

Which is the biggest number?

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##### 3. Question

What does the digit 4 represent in this number?

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##### 4. Question

Which of these represents 1666?

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##### 5. Question

Which of these numbers would round to 660,000 if rounded to the nearest 10,000? Tick all the correct options.

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##### 6. Question

What is the difference in temperature between 7th and 14th February?

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##### 7. Question

What number is 1,000 less than 10,472?

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##### 8. Question

Rai thinks of a whole number. He multiplies it by 5. He rounds the answer to the nearest 10. The result is 50. What number did he start with?

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##### 9. Question

Daniel thinks 95 is a prime number. Is he right? Explain how you know.

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##### 10. Question

Write a number that could go in section A of the Venn diagram.

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##### 11. Question

Select the number that is 100 times greater than eight hundred and four.

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##### 12. Question

Jack buys a pack of 12 pencils costing £4.20. Meena buys 12 single pencils costing 25p each. Who paid the most for 12 pencils?

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##### 13. Question

Adam is packing boxes of eggs. Each box holds 6 eggs. How many full boxes can he pack using 255 eggs?

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##### 14. Question

Select the missing number.

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##### 15. Question

A dinosaur skeleton in a museum has a tail which is 12 metres long. Ben buys a model which is 100 times smaller. How long is the model’s tail?

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##### 16. Question

Select the equivalent improper fraction.

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##### 17. Question

Select the equivalent mixed number fraction.

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##### 18. Question

Select the solution to the sum.

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##### 19. Question

What is 37.5% expressed as a fraction?

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##### 20. Question

Select the symbol which correctly completes this equation.

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##### 21. Question

Select the largest amount of money.

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##### 22. Question

Rearrange these digits to make the number nearest to 2000.

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##### 23. Question

How many days are there in January, October and April altogether?

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##### 24. Question

Ali ran 3 laps of the track in a race. He finished in 186 seconds. Yannis ran in the same race and was 6 seconds faster. What was Yannis’ time?

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##### 25. Question

Amanda’s jug holds 6 litres of squash. How many 250ml cups can she fill with 1 jug?

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##### 26. Question

Calculate the perimeter of the rectilinear shape.

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##### 27. Question

These shapes have the same perimeter. Each side of the pentagon is 8cm. What is the area of the square?

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##### 28. Question

Select the statements which apply to the polygon shown below.

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##### 29. Question

Select the value of angle at A.

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##### 30. Question

Select the value of angle B.

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