##### Mathematics Paper 2: reasoning (May 2018)

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## Paper 2: reasoning (May 2018)

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##### 1. Question

1Here is a shape on a grid.Choose the answer that shows the design completed so that it is symmetrical about the mirror line.

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##### 2. Question

2Stefan completes this calculation.Write an addition calculation he could use to check his answer.One digit has been done for you.- (6)7
**+**(2) (8)——————(9) (5)

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##### 3. Question

3Using the centimetre ruler shown, what is the distance between points A and B?**Not to scale**- (6.7, 6.70)cm

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4These diagrams show three equivalent fractions.Write the missing values.- (12)(18)

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##### 5. Question

5Here are the temperatures in four cities at midnight and at middayAt midnight, how many degrees colder was Paris than Rome?- (7) degrees

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##### 6. Question

Which city was 6 degrees colder at midnight than at midday?- (Oslo)

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##### 7. Question

6The 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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##### 8. Question

7Tick the two numbers that are equivalent to 14Tick**two**.1 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 9 of 25
##### 9. Question

8Ken buys 3 large boxes and 2 small boxes of chocolates.Each large box has 48 chocolates. Each small box has 24 chocolates.How many**chocolates**did Ken buy altogether?Show

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method- (192) chocolates

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##### 10. Question

9The list below shows the years in which the Cricket World Cup was held since 1992:Adam is**not**correct.Choose the answer that best explains how you know.Tick**one**.1 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 11 of 25
##### 11. Question

10Write the correct symbol in each box to make the statements correct.- 11 x 12 (<) 15 x 1090 ÷ 30 (=) 60 ÷ 20120 ÷ 4 (>) 160 ÷ 830 x 8 (<) 100 x 10

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##### 12. Question

11Here 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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12Here is a shape on a grid.The shape is translated so that point A moves to (7, 8).Tick the diagram that shows the shape in its new position.1 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 14 of 25
##### 14. Question

13Which improper fraction is equivalent to**6**78 ?Answer

**A**,**B**,**C**,**D**or**E**.- (D, 55/8)

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##### 15. Question

14Using the letters**A**,**B**and**C**, put these fractions in order, starting with the**smallest**.- smallest (B, 3/5) (C, 3/4) (A, 6/5)

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##### 16. Question

15A box contains trays of melons.

There are 15 melons in a tray.

There are 3 trays in a box.

A supermarket sells**40**boxes of melons.How many melons does the supermarket sell?Show

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method- (1800, 1,800)melons

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16Adam wants to use a mental method to calculate 182 – 97He starts from 182Here are some methods that Adam could use.Tick the methods that are**correct**.2 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 18 of 25
##### 18. Question

17There are 28 pupils in a class.

The teacher has 8 litres of orange juice.

She pours 225 millilitres of orange juice for every pupil.

How much orange juice is left over?Show

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method- (1.7, 1,700, 1700, 1.7l, 1.7 l, 1.7 litres, 1700ml, 1700 ml, 1700 millilitres, 1,700 millilitres)

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Last year, Jacob went to four concerts.Three of his tickets cost £5 each.

The other ticket cost £7What was the**mean**cost of the tickets?Show

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method- £ (5.50)

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##### 20. Question

19Layla wants to estimate the answer to this calculation.Tick the calculation below that is the best estimate.Tick**one**.1 mark(s)CorrectIncorrect - Question 21 of 25
##### 21. Question

20The length of an alligator can be estimated by:

• measuring the distance from its eyes to its nose

• then multiplying that distance by 12What is the**difference**in the estimated lengths of these two alligators?Show

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method- (30)cm

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##### 22. Question

21Amina is making designs with two different shapes.She gives each shape a value.Calculate the value of each shape.- = (36)

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##### 23. Question

- = (25)

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##### 24. Question

22This is the net of a cube.What is the volume of the cube?- (125)cm
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##### 25. Question

23The length of a day on Earth is 24 hours.The length of a day on Mercury is 5823 times the length of a day on Earth.What is the length of a day on Mercury, in hours?Show

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method- (1408, 1,408, 1406, 1,406, 1407, 1,407, 1409, 1,409) hours

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