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The test you’ve just completed is taken from the actual SATs key stage 2 questions from May 2017 and May 2018. How did you do?
These diagrams show three equivalent fractions.
Write the missing values.
Write three factors of 30 that are not factors of 15
Write your answer in the boxes, in order of size starting with the smallest.
Write the correct symbol in each box to make the statements correct.
Adam wants to use a mental method to calculate 182 – 97
He starts from 182
Here are some methods that Adam could use.
Tick the methods that are correct.
A square number and a prime number have a total of 22
What are the two numbers?
Layla wants to estimate the answer to this calculation.
Tick the calculation below that is the best estimate.
Dev thinks of a whole number. He multiplies it by 4
He rounds his answer to the nearest 10
The result is 50
Write all the possible numbers that Dev could have started with.
The length of an alligator can be estimated by:
• measuring the distance from its eyes to its nose
• then multiplying that distance by 12
What is the difference in the estimated lengths of these two alligators?
The 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?
(1408, 1,408, 1406, 1,406, 1407, 1,407, 1409, 1,409) hours
Here is a pattern of number pairs.
Complete the rule for the number pattern.