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Mathematics reasoning paper 2 with hints (Sample)

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Paper 2 (3-question sample): reasoning, with hints

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Question 1 of 3

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The numbers in this sequence decrease by the same amount each time.

What is the next number in the sequence?

(299604, 299,604)

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Before you start to do some difficult subtractions, look hard at the numbers — can you spot a simple pattern?

Question 2 of 3

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Here is a drawing of a 3-D shape.

Complete the table.

Number of faces

Number of vertices

Number of edges

(6)

(8)

(12)

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Quick revision of some terms: Faces means sides. Think of a dice. It has six sides = that’s six faces. Vertices really just means corners. An edge is where two faces meet. If you were to draw a cube you’d probably just draw the edges. The edges meet at corners (vertices).

Question 3 of 3

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This is the net of a cube.

What is the volume of the cube?

(125)cm^{3}

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The volume of a cube is equal to the length of one side, cubed. i.e. multiplied by itself, twice. You’re only given one dimension here, and it isn’t the length of a side. What is it the length of?