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# Mathematics

## Paper 3 (May 2016): reasoning

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##### 1. Question

1The numbers in this sequence increase by 14 each time.Write the missing numbers.- (68)82 96 (110)124 138 (152)

2 mark(s) - Question 2 of 26
##### 2. Question

2This table shows the temperature at 9am on three days in January.What is the difference between the temperature on 1st January and the temperature on 8th January?- (9) °C

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##### 3. Question

On 22nd January the temperature was 7 degrees lower than on 15th January.What was the temperature on 22nd January?- (-6) °C

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##### 4. Question

3A clock shows this time twice a day.Tick the two digital clocks that show this time.1 mark(s) - Question 5 of 26
##### 5. Question

4Each shape stands for a number.Work out the value of each shape.(32)

1 mark(s) - Question 6 of 26
##### 6. Question

(18)

1 mark(s) - Question 7 of 26
##### 7. Question

5Write these numbers in order, starting with the**smallest**.0.78 0.607 5.6 0.098 4.003

- (0.098) (0.607) (0.78) (4.003) (5.6)smallest

1 mark(s) - Question 8 of 26
##### 8. Question

6Jacob cuts**4**metres of ribbon into**three**pieces.The length of the first piece is**1.28**metres.The length of the second piece is**1.65**metres.Work out the length of the third piece.Show

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method- (1.07) metres

2 mark(s) - Question 9 of 26
##### 9. Question

7Here are five angles marked on a grid of squares.Write the letters of the angles that are**obtuse**.- (c e, c,e, c, e, c and e, e c, e,c, e, c, e and c)

1 mark(s) - Question 10 of 26
##### 10. Question

Write the letters of the angles that are**acute**.- (a d, a,d, a, d, a and d, d a, d,a, d, a, d and a)

1 mark(s) - Question 11 of 26
##### 11. Question

8Olivia buys three packets of nuts.

She pays with a**£2**coin.

This is her change.

What is the cost of**one**packet of nuts?Show

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method- (35p, £0.35, 35 p, 35 pence)

2 mark(s) - Question 12 of 26
##### 12. Question

9Here is part of the bus timetable from Riverdale to Mott Haven.How many minutes does it take the 10:31 bus from Riverdale to reach Mott Haven?- (46, 0 46, 0h 46min, 0:46, 0;46, 0-46) minutes

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Mr Evans is at Fordham at 10:30What is the**earliest**time he can reach Tremont on the bus?- (10:44, 10:44am, sixteen to eleven, 10.44, 10;44, 1044, 10 44, 10-44)

1 mark(s) - Question 14 of 26
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10Emma makes a cuboid using 12 cubes.Write the letter of the cuboid that has a**different**volume from Emma’s cuboid.- (c, 18)

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##### 15. Question

11A toy shop orders 11 boxes of marbles.Each box contains 6 bags of marbles.Each bag contains 45 marbles.How many**marbles**does the shop order in total?Show

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method- (2,970, 2970) marbles

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##### 16. Question

12A triangle is translated from position A to position B.Complete the sentence.- The triangle has moved (6) squares to the rightand (5) squares down.

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##### 17. Question

13Lara chooses a number less than 20She divides it by 2 and then adds 6She then divides this result by 3Her answer is 4.5What was the number she started with?Show

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method- (15)

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##### 18. Question

14Complete each sentence using a number from the list below.120 240 600 1,440 3,600 6,000- There are (3,600, 3600) seconds in an hour.

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##### 19. Question

- There are (1,440, 1440) minutes in an day.

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##### 20. Question

15Complete this table by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred.Rounded to the **nearest hundred**20,906 (20,900, 20900) 2,090.6 (2,100, 2100) 209.06 (200)

2 mark(s) - Question 21 of 26
##### 21. Question

166 small bricks have the same mass as 5 large bricks.

The mass of one small brick is 2.5 kg.What is the mass of one large brick?Show

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method- (3) kg

2 mark(s) - Question 22 of 26
##### 22. Question

17Here are five triangles on a square grid.

Four of the triangles have the same area.Which triangle has a**different**area?- (A, 2.5, 2 1/2)

1 mark(s) - Question 23 of 26
##### 23. Question

18The diagonals of this quadrilateral cross at right angles.Tick**all**the quadrilaterals that have diagonals which cross at right angles.2 mark(s) - Question 24 of 26
##### 24. Question

19Tick two numbers that multiply together to equal**1 million**.1 mark(s) - Question 25 of 26
##### 25. Question

20Lara had some money.She spent £1.25 on a drink.She spent £1.60 on a sandwich.She has**three-quarters**of her money left.How much money did Lara have to**start with**?Show

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method- (£11.40)

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##### 26. Question

215,542 ÷ 17 = 326Explain how you can use this fact to find the answer to**18 × 326**- (This question cannot be marked by computer.) (See marking notes for guidance.)

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