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##### 1. Question

What is 34,579 rounded to the nearest ten?

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##### 2. Question

What is 16.71 rounded to 1 significant figure?

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##### 3. Question

The numbers in set A are all factors of which number?

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##### 4. Question

The numbers in set B are all factors of which number?

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##### 5. Question

What is the highest common factor of 81 and 36

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##### 6. Question

What is shown by the red arrow? Select all the answers that apply.

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##### 7. Question

Which of these is NOT equivalent to 4%?

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##### 8. Question

Johnny has to drive a total of 1240 miles. He drives the first 510 miles before stopping for 30 minutes. If x represents the distance Johnny still has to drive, which bar model illustrates this problem?

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##### 9. Question

Complete using <, > or =.

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##### 10. Question

Write an algebraic expression for the perimeter of this hexagon. Write your answer in the simplest form.

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##### 11. Question

What is 60,000 written in standard form?

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##### 12. Question

Select the calculation that has the same answer as the calculation in the blue box.

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##### 13. Question

Find a pair of different prime numbers which total 94.Find a pair of different prime numbers which total 94.

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##### 14. Question

What are the next three terms in this linear sequence?

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##### 15. Question

Select the equivalent expression.

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##### 16. Question

If a=2, which of these expressions would be equivalent? Tick all that apply.

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##### 17. Question

By using the value of a and b in the pink box, which of these is largest?

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##### 18. Question

Select the values of x and y.

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##### 19. Question

Complete using <, > or =.

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##### 20. Question

Complete using <, > or =.

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##### 21. Question

Complete using <, > or =.

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##### 22. Question

Shelly the Tortoise travels 0.72km in 3 hours. Michelle the Tortoise travels 148m in 40 minutes. Which tortoise travels faster?

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##### 23. Question

Calculate the area of the trapezium.

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##### 24. Question

Calculate the total area of the garden.

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##### 25. Question

A cruise ship is sailing West. It turns to face South. Ali says “The cruise ship has turned 270° clockwise.” Darcy says “The cruise ship has made a quarter turn.” Who do you agree with? Explain your answer.

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##### 26. Question

The shape illustrated below is a rhombus. Calculate the value of the angle

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##### 27. Question

Simon has a bag of buttons. There are 2 green, 4 yellow, 6 red, and 8 blue buttons inside. He selects one button without looking. Tick the correct statement.

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##### 28. Question

This is a fair number spinner. Select all the true statements.

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##### 29. Question

Toby asked 75 people to vote for their favourite takeaway. He drew a pie chart to show his results. Toby says exactly half the people surveyed chose pizza. Is Toby correct? Explain how you know.

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##### 30. Question

What is the median of this set of numbers?

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##### 31. Question

What is the range of this set of numbers?

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##### 32. Question

The table below shows how many milkshakes were sold in a week. A small milkshake costs £1.80. How much money was spent on small chocolate milkshakes this week?

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