##### Mathematics Paper 2: reasoning (May 2016)

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## Paper 2 (May 2016): reasoning

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##### 1. Question

1Ali puts these five numbers in their correct places on a number line.- 511
- 499
- 502
- 555
- 455

Write the number**closest**to 500- (499)

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##### 2. Question

Write the number**furthest**from 500- (555)

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##### 3. Question

2Put these houses in order of price starting with the lowest price.One has been done for you.

- (E, £91,500)
**B**- (C, £130,500)
- (D, £131,500)
- (A, £135,300)

lowest

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##### 4. Question

3Write the three missing digits to make this**addition**correct.**A = (1)****B = (6)****C = (6)**

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##### 5. Question

4This table shows the number of people living in various towns in England.What is the**total**of the numbers of people living in Formby and in Telford?- (191,118, 191118)

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##### 6. Question

What is the difference between the numbers of people living in Bedford and in Dover?- (48,361, 48361)

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##### 7. Question

5Where should the numbers go in the diagram?- 15
- 16
- 17
- 18
- 19

One has been done for you.- 15 = F
- 16 = (D)
- 17 = (A)
- 18 = (C)
- 19 = (A)

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##### 8. Question

6This diagram shows a shaded shape inside a border of squares.Tick the diagram that correctly shows the shaded shape and its reflection in the mirror line.1 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 9 of 25
##### 9. Question

7Write the two missing values to make these equivalent fractions correct.**A = (2)****B = (6)**

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##### 10. Question

8Tick two numbers that add together to equal 0.251 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 11 of 25
##### 11. Question

96 pencils cost **£1.68**3 pencils and 1 rubber cost **£1.09**What is the cost of**1 rubber**?Show

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method- (£0.25, 25p, 25 p, 25pence, 25 pence)

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##### 12. Question

10Each diagram below is divided into equal sections.Tick every diagram that has three-quarters shaded.2 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 13 of 25
##### 13. Question

11A packet contains 1.5 kg of oats.

Every day Maria uses 50 g of oats to make porridge.How many days does the packet of oats last?Show

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method- (30, thirty) days

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##### 14. Question

12n = 22What is 2n + 9?- (53)

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##### 15. Question

2q + 4 = 100Work out the value of q.- q = (48)

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##### 16. Question

13A stack of 20 identical boxes is 140 cm tall.

Stefan takes**three**boxes off the top.How tall is the stack now?Show

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method- (119) cm

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##### 17. Question

14Write**all**the common multiples of 3 and 8 that are**less than 50**(24,48, 24, 48, 24 48, 24 48, 48,24, 48, 24, 48 24, 48 24, 24 and 48, 24 & 48, 48 and 24, 48 & 24)

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##### 18. Question

15This thermometer shows temperatures in both °C and °F.Work out what**25 °C**is in °F.Show

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method- (77) °F

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##### 19. Question

16Write the number that is five less than**ten million**.- (9,999,995, 9999995)

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##### 20. Question

Write the number that is one hundred thousand less than**six million**.- (5,900,000, 5900000)

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##### 21. Question

17Calculate the size of angles a and b in this diagram.- a = (160)°

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##### 22. Question

- b = (20)°

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##### 23. Question

18Write the missing number.- 70 ÷ (20) = 3.5

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##### 24. Question

19Miss Mills is making jam to sell at the school fair.Strawberries cost £7.50 per kg.

Sugar costs 79p per kg.

10 glass jars cost £6.90She uses 12 kg of strawberries and 10 kg of sugar to

make 20 jars full of jam.Calculate the total cost to make 20 jars full of jam.Show

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method- £ (111.70)

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##### 25. Question

20Here are two triangles drawn on coordinate axes.

Triangle B is a reflection of triangle A in the*x*-axis.

Two of the new vertices of triangle B are (10, –10) and (20, –30).What are the coordinates of the**third**vertex of triangle B?**( (-10), (-40) )**

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