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##### 1. Question

Evaluate the following

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##### 2. Question

A market gardener bought 2713 plants at a cost of £6.34 each. What was the approximate total cost of his plants?

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##### 3. Question

The graph below shows the journey of a sales rep. Between which times was the rep travelling the fastest?

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##### 4. Question

Solve the following: ( 2 x 7) + 1 x 3

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##### 5. Question

Consider the following.

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##### 6. Question

Expand and simplify (x + 4)(x – 2)

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##### 7. Question

Name the parts of the circle shown on the diagram.

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##### 8. Question

Find the percentage decrease of this jumper when it has been reduced from £25 to £17.

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##### 9. Question

Calculate the area of this trapezium.

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##### 10. Question

30 students were asked if they liked coffee. 20 of the students were girls. 6 boys liked coffee.12 girls did not like coffee. Which is the correct frequency tree that displays the information?

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##### 11. Question

What is the next term of this sequence? 3, 4, 6, 9, 13

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##### 12. Question

Use the diagram below to find the value of x

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##### 13. Question

Jay is making pancakes and uses 300g of flour for 6 people. How much flour does he need for 14 people?

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##### 14. Question

Here is a box and whisker diagram of times taken for a train journey. What is the interquartile range of times taken on the journey?

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##### 15. Question

The equation of a straight line is y = 3x – 2. The x co-ordinates of this line are shown below. What are the correct y co-ordinates for this equation?

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##### 16. Question

Dai puts £400 into a savings account that earns 10% compound interest if he promises to keep the money in the account for at least three years. How much is in the account after three years?

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##### 17. Question

Evaluate the following:

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##### 18. Question

In terms of x, what is the inequality represented by this number line?

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##### 19. Question

A sample space diagram shows the probability of the outcomes of two experiments. It is shown in the form of a table. Two fair dice are thrown. What is the probability that the total of the two scores is 8?

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##### 20. Question

For the school’s sports day, a group of students prepared to sell 12 1/2 litres of lemonade. At the end of the day, they had 2 5/8 litres left over. How many litres of lemonade were sold?

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