11+ MATHS SAMPLE EXAMINATION PAPER 1 by smoothmaths | Jun 15, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your Alleyn’s 11+ MATHS SAMPLE EXAMINATION PAPER 1 SECTION A - MULTIPLE CHOICECircle the LETTER of the correct answer to the questions in this section.1. How many minutes are there in three and a half hours?460210180.53600 2. Which of these fractions is equal to 0.8?\[\frac{1}{8}\]\[\frac{4}{5}\]\[\frac{8}{100}\]\[\frac{0.8}{10}\]\[\frac{2}{5}\] 3. Which of these is the smallest?0.08010.080.0810.080010.0888 4. The most likely length of a television remote control is:0.17cm1.7cm17cm170cm1700cm 5. 12 - 2 x 4 + 3 =7-243701 6. One of the angles in an isosceles triangle is 300. Which of these is a possibleother angle in the triangle:\[90^{o}\]\[80^{o}\]\[150^{o}\]\[60^{o}\]\[75^{o}\] 7. One quarter of the pupils in a class are girls. The rest are boys. What is the ratioof girls to boys?1:11:21:31:41:5 8. How long is it, in hours and minutes, between 09:34 and 13:21?4 hrs 57 mins3 hrs 47 mins4 hrs 37 mins22hrs 55 mins4 hrs 13 mins 9. What is the value of the digit 9 in the number 32.597?nine hundredninenine tenthsnine hundredthsnine thousandths 10. I buy a pen and a pencil for £1.10. The pen costs 50p more than the pencil. Howmuch is the pen?50p60p70p80p90p SECTION BShow your working when answering these questions.11. (a) 454 + 297 = (b) 604 – 447 = (c) 32 x 74 = (d) 4184 ÷ 8 = 12. (a) \[\frac{5}{9}\] +\[\frac{2}{9}\] = (b) \[\frac{3}{4}\] + \[\frac{1}{8}\] = (c) \[\frac{5}{6}\] - \[\frac{1}{2}\] = (d) 7 - \[\frac{3}{7}\] = 14. Put the following in order, starting with the smallest:3.55, 53.5, 35.5, 5.35, 55.3, 5.53 16. a) Reflect shape A in the x-axis and label the new shape B. (b) Reflect shape B in the y-axis and label the new shape C. 17. Steve counts the number of goals he scores in six 5-a-side football games. Thecounts were: 3, 4, 2, 0, 1, 8 (a) What was the mean score for the games he counted? (b) What was the range? (c) In the next game he scored enough goals to increase his mean to 4. How manygoals did he score in the seventh game? 18. (a) On a train there are 140 men and 200 women. What is the ratio of men towomen written in its simplest form? (b) I am making a scale model of The Eye-Full Tower, which is 120m tall. If the scaleis 1:50, how long will the model be (in cm)? (c) My friend Sanjay is making a scale model of the London Ear (a famous landmarkin London). The London Ear is 80m tall and his model is 150cm tall. What is thescale of the model, in its simplest form? 19. (a) My other friend Minka was doing some gardening when she snapped abamboo cane. The cane was 2.05m long and is now 156cm long. What length ofcane snapped off? (b) In her garden, Ying-Ge is sowing some grass seed. The garden has an area of158m2and each packet has enough seed for 12m2. How many packets does YingGe need to buy? 20. Farmer Giles has two legs and each of his cows have four legs. In the picturebelow, there are six legs in total. Fill in the table below for the total number of legs ifFarmer Giles is always present, but the number of cows increases. 21. On my wall I want to put some stickers of my favourite pop star Singing Steve.The space I have available is 55cm by 60cm and the stickers are each 15cm by5cm. What is the maximum number of stickers I can fit on the wall? 22. Two runners are having a race. Gary starts running from the start line at 10m/s.Two seconds later Andy starts running from the start line at 12m/s.(a) How long after Gary starts running does Andy catch up with him? (b) How far are they both from the start line when Andy catches up with Gary? Your new question! 24. The point A (4,1) has been marked. (a) Mark the point B with co-ordinates (0,4) (b) Mark the point C with co-ordinates (-3,0) (c) The point D forms a square ‘ABCD’. Write down the coordinates of point D. (d) What is the area of the square ABCD? 25. This graph shows the progress of two cars in a race from Leeds to Blackpool andback again. Car A is the bold line. Car B is the dotted line. (a) How far is it from Leeds to Blackpool? (b) Which car was winning at 3.30pm? (c) Which car was winning at 4.15pm? (d) What was the distance between the cars at 4.45pm? (e) What happened just after 6pm? (f) Which car achieved the highest speed, and between which times did this happen? (f) Which car won the race? 26. (a) Can you find numbers to replace A, B and C in this sum?(A, B and C are all different numbers) (b) Can you find a four digit number which is reversed when multiplied by 9?(i.e. ABCD x 9 = DCBA) Time is Up!