##### Mathematics Paper 2: reasoning (May 2017)

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# Mathematics

## Paper 2: reasoning

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##### 1. Question

1William asks the children in Year 2 and Year 6 if they walk to school.This graph shows the results.Altogether, how many children**don’t**walk to school?- (200)

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##### 2. Question

How many**more**Year 6 children than Year 2 children walk to school?- (50)

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##### 3. Question

2Which number is 10 times greater than nine hundred and seven?- (9070, 9,070)

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3Find values for A, B and C to make this**multiplication**grid correct.**A = (7)****B = (6)****C = (8)**

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##### 5. Question

4This table shows the heights of three mountains.How much higher is Mount Everest than the combined height of the other two mountains?Show

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method- (1,609, 1609)m

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##### 6. Question

5Complete this table with the missing numbers.One row has been done for you.**Number****1,000 more**3,500 4,500 85 (1085, 1,085) (8099, 8,099) 9,099 (14250, 14,250) 15,250

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##### 7. Question

6Write these numbers in order of size, starting with the**smallest**.- smallest (0.328) (0.96) (1.253) (1.9)

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##### 8. Question

7Write the missing numbers.- 60 months = (5) years72 hours = (3) days84 days = (12) weeks

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##### 9. Question

8At the start of June, there were 1,793 toy cars in the shop.During June,

• 8,728 more toy cars were delivered

• 9,473 toy cars were sold.How many toy cars were left in the shop at the end of June?Show

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method- (1048, 1,048)

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##### 10. Question

9Tick two shapes that have 34 shaded.1 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 11 of 25
##### 11. Question

10Round**84,516**- to the nearest 10 (84520, 84,520)to the nearest 100 (84500, 84,500)to the nearest 1,000 (85000, 85,000)

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##### 12. Question

11Here is a rule for the time it takes to cook a chicken.Cooking time = 20 minutes plus an extra 40 minutes for each kilogramHow many minutes will it take to cook a 3 kg chicken?- (140, 2 hours 20, 2 hours 20 minutes, 2h 20, 140 minutes, 2:20) minutes

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##### 13. Question

What is the mass of a chicken that takes 100 minutes to cook?- (2) kg

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##### 14. Question

12Here are diagrams of some 3-D shapes.Tick each shape that has the same number of faces as vertices.2 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 15 of 25
##### 15. Question

13Ally and Jack buy some stickers.

Ally buys a pack of 12 stickers for £10.49Jack buys 12 single stickers for 99p each.

How much more does Jack pay than Ally?Show

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method- £ (1.39, £1.39)

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##### 16. Question

14Amina planted some seeds.For every 3 seeds Amina planted, only 2 seeds grew.Altogether, 12 seeds grew.How many seeds did Amina**plant**?- (18)

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15At the end of a film, the year is given in Roman numerals.Write the year MMVI in**figures**.- (2006)

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16Layla completes one-and-a-half somersaults in a dive.How many**degrees**does Layla turn through in her dive?- (540)°

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##### 19. Question

17Which set of coordinates belongs to the quadrilateral shown on the grid?

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##### 20. Question

18A cat sleeps for**12 hours**each day.**50%**of its life is spent asleep.Write the missing percentage.A koala sleeps for**18 hours**each day.- (75)% of its life is spent asleep.

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##### 21. Question

19Amina posts three large letters.

The postage costs the same for each letter.

She pays with a £20 note.

Her change is £14.96

What is the cost of posting**one**letter?Show

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method- £ (1.68)

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##### 22. Question

20Adam says,Adam is correct. Choose the best explanation.Tick

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##### 23. Question

21On a map, 1cm represents 20 km.The distance between two cities is

**250 km**.On the map, what is the distance between the two cities?Show

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method- (12.5)cm

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##### 24. Question

22Here are two similar right-angled triangles.Write the ratio of side*a*to side*b*.*a*:*b*= (1) : (4)

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##### 25. Question

23In this circle,**1/4**and**1/6**are shaded.What fraction of the whole circle is**not**shaded?Show

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method- (7)
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