ALDENHAM SCHOOL 11 + Entrance Paper SAMPLE PAPER 2 by anees | May 10, 2021 Welcome to your ALDENHAM SCHOOL 11 + Entrance Paper SAMPLE PAPER 2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANDIDATES Write your answers in the spaces provided in this booklet Show sufficient method to show how you obtained your answers Calculators MUST NOT be used in any question. Rulers may be used. Work steadily through the paper doing as much as you can straight away, then go back to work at the more difficult questions. Total Number of Marks: 60 (a) What is the total cost for all four of the family to go to the concert?£ ——–—£ 151£ 141£ 161£ 171£ 131 (b) To see the mid-week show there is a special offer where a family ticket, for 2 adults and2 children, cost only £125?How much would this ticket save the family?£ ——–—£26£16£36£46£56 (c) 17600 people attended the concert.Given that 40% of these were adults, how many people were adults?70404040784048407600 2. Jonathon and his dad were both born on 5th August.Jonathon was born in 1985 and his father is 32 years older than him.In which year was his dad born?19532001194319631973 a) 60 - ——–— = 431716151113 b) ——–— x 40 = 28076895 c) ——–— ÷ 30 = 5150160170130140 d) - 8 + ——–—= - 17-7965 4. a) 100 x 2.8 = ——–—280280028280000.028 b) 8600 ÷ 20 = ——–—430440450460470 c) 200 x ——–— = 1600.880.008800.08 5. Scarlett has p pence. She spends 71 pence on a new rubber.Select the expression that shows how much money Scarlett has left.p-7171+p71-p71pnone of the above Your new question!71p71 + pp - 7171 - p 6. Three vertices of a parallelogram are (-8, -3), (-5, 4) and (3, 4). 6a. Plot these points on the axes below. 6b. Write down the 4th co-ordinate of the missing vertex of the parallelogram.(0,-3)(0,-4)(-4,-3)(4,-5)(-3,0) 7a -2, 5, 12, 19, 26, ——–—3332313436 7b 43, ——–— 31, 25, 19, 133736383935 7c 2, 5, 10, 17, ——–—, 372625272423 8. Hasan wakes up at the time shown below.He needs to be at cricket training at 10am – how many minutes does he have until histraining starts?105min90min115min100min80min 9. Calculate the missing angle in this isosceles triangle.4247523060 10. The original price of a bicycle is £260. Which of these is the better deal?Show workings. ABDeal B because it is less expensiveDeal A because it is more expensivenone of the above 11 Look at the pictogram below. How many more km did Baldwin run compared to Jeff? 9km8km10km7km6km 12. Clara did a survey amongst her 20 friends. 8 of her friends liked blueberries, 15 liked cherries. 2 liked neither.How many or her friends liked blueberries and cherries? (Use the Venn Diagram to help you.) 56784 13a. Dillan wrote down how many pages he read over the past 5 days. What is the median of the number of pages which he read? 70306090none of the above 13b. Some students compared the number of pets which they had. The results are displayed below. Find the range of the number of pets owned. 76431 14. There are 14 boys in year 4.Given that \[\frac{2}{5}\] of the year are boys, how many are girls? 2135283014 15. Given that a = 5, b = 2 and c = 10 find: 15a. 2a – b ——–—86954 15b. c – ( a – b) ——–—78695 15c. 3b^2 ——–—1214161810 16. Put these in order, smallest to largest. \[\frac{3}{4}\] ——–— 65% ——–— \[\frac{14}{20}\] ——–— 65%,\[\frac{14}{20}\],\[\frac{3}{4}\]\[\frac{14}{20}\],65%,\[\frac{3}{4}\]65%,\[\frac{3}{4}\],\[\frac{14}{20}\\[\frac{3}{4}\],65%,\[\frac{14}{20}\\[\frac{3}{4}\],,\[\frac{14}{20}\,65% 17. The diagram shows a pentagonal based prism. o Faces %BLANK% o Edges %BLANK%Faces=7,Edges=15Faces=6,Edges=15Faces=7,Edges=16Faces=8,Edges=15Faces=7,Edges=14 18a. Which 3D shape does the net below make? CuboidSquareRectangleTrapeziumParalellogram 18b. Work out the volume of the 3D shape. ——–— \[cm^{3}\] 192\[cm^{3}\]182\[cm^{3}\]172\[cm^{3}\]162\[cm^{3}\]152\[cm^{3}\] 19. Mrs Prince wishes to buy each member of her class a photo frame as a present.There are 24 pupils in her class and each photo frame costs £3.75.Find the total cost of all 24 frames £90£89.8£87£79£77.8 20. Look at the rectangle below. Find the value of t. 8mm28mm9mm10mm12mm 21a. 13 + 4 ÷ 2 ——–—158.5111813 21b. 4 x 5 - 8 x 3 ——–—-4364-6-8 21c. ( - 4 + 7 )^3 ——–—278181272 22a. I am thinking of a number.If I add 5 to it and then divide by 2, I get 6.What number am I thinking of? 7176910 22b. Solve the following equation to find x. 5x – 7 = 43107201513 23. Students at Arlington Secondary School were polled regarding their favourite drinks. Given that there are 600 students at the school, how many more preferred root beerthan lemonade? 5040301020 24a. Work out \[\frac{2}{5}\] +\[\frac{3}{8}\] ——–—\[\frac{31}{40}\]\[\frac{5}{11}\]\[\frac{29}{31}\]\[\frac{21}{30}\]\[\frac{33}{41}\] 24b. Simplify \[\frac{12}{60}\] ——–—\[\frac{1}{5}\]\[\frac{1}{3}\]\[\frac{1}{2}\]\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{7}\] 25. The number of students absent from Year 7 was recorded as follows. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 4 6 5 3 ? If the mean number of students absent that week from Year 7, was 4, how manystudents were absent on Friday. 23456 26. Which sign makes each of the following statements true? 26a. 0.022 ——–— 0.2<=>both a&bnone of the above 26b. 15% of £300 ——–— 20% of £240<=>both a&bnone of the above 26c. \[\frac{2}{5}\] of £40 ——–— 25% of £64=<>both a&bnone of the above Time is Up! Time's up