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##### 1. Question

Write down the value of the 6 in 367.2

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##### 2. Question

Write down 0.53 as a fraction

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##### 3. Question

Simplify 4p – p – p + 5p

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Matt gets a pay rise of 30% of £60. Susan gets a £16 pay rise. Work out the difference between the pay rise that Matt gets and the pay rise that Susan gets.

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##### 7. Question

On the probability scale, where would you mark with a cross, the probability that the spinner would land on any colour other than red?

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##### 8. Question

What is the nth term of this sequence? 3, 7, 11, 15

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##### 9. Question

What is the name of this shape and how many vertices does it have?

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##### 10. Question

What is the ratio of 465 kg to 15 kg in its simplest form?

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##### 11. Question

What is the perimeter of this pentagon?

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Here is a pictogram of ice-cream sales in one week. In total, how many ice-creams were sold on Monday, Wednesday and Friday?

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Sony, Rory, and Kaz play a game. Sony’s score was four times Rory’s score. Kaz’s score was half of Sony’s score. What is the ratio of Sony’s score to Rory’s score to Kaz’s score?

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Here is a diagram of an equilateral triangle. What is the size of angle x?

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##### 15. Question

Sai hit 11 balls at his local driving range. The recorded distances of his drives, measured in metres, are given below. Find the median distance for his drives. 85, 125, 130, 70, 100, 75, 70, 50, 140, 90, 65

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##### 16. Question

Show your calculations.

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There are 35 children in an athletics club. 22 of the children take part in track events. 14 of the children take part in field events. 6 of the children take part in track and field events. Which is the correct Venn diagram to showing this information.

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A car takes 15 minutes to travel 20 miles. What speed was the car travelling at?

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Michael and Sarah are buying some flowers for their grandmother. 2 bunches of freesias and 3 bunches of roses cost £12. 4 bunches of freesias and 1 bunch of roses cost £9.50. What is the cost of 1 bunch of roses?

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##### 21. Question

A bag contains 5 blue counters and 3 green counters. A ball is drawn at random and then replaced. Another ball is drawn. What is the probability that one ball drawn is blue and the other drawn is green?

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##### 22. Question

What is the bearing of A from B?

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