CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S PAPER I by smoothmaths | Jun 17, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your City-of-London-Freemens-School-11-Plus Paper-1 11+ MATHS (Foundation) 1. 12×1000=120012000120120000 2. 564-439=135125136126 3. A card is picked from a pack of ordinary 52 playing cards. What is the probability of getting a king, queen or jack?\[\frac{3}{13}\]\[\frac{3}{52}\]\[\frac{12}{13}\]\[\frac{13}{52}\] 4. 96÷6=17141516 5. 0.3+0.8=0.111.20.381.1 6. Simplify the following: \[\frac{3}{30}\]\[\frac{1}{3}\]\[\frac{1}{10}\]\[\frac{1}{5}\]\[\frac{1}{9}\] 7. Simplify the following: \[\frac{8}{32}\]\[\frac{1}{8}\]\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{4}{16}\]\[\frac{2}{8}\] 8 . Fill in the next two numbers in the following sequence: 5, 13, 21, 29, ....., .....38,4737,4537,4638,46 8b. Describe how you completed the problem:Multiply by 2 then add 2Plus 9Plus 8Multiply by 3 then subtract 1 9. 7.62-2.34=5.285.325.315.29 11+ MATHS (Middle) 1. 0.00712×100=0.7127.1271.2712 2. 410.3 ÷ 1000=41.034.1030.41030.04103 3. Round the number below to one decimal place: 4.184.204.14.24.10 4.Write the following fractions in order of size, from smallest to largest: \[\frac{2}{3}\] ,\[\frac{5}{6}\] ,\[\frac{7}{12}\]\[\frac{7}{12}\] ,\[\frac{2}{3}\] ,\[\frac{5}{6}\]\[\frac{7}{12}\] ,\[\frac{5}{6}\] ,\[\frac{2}{3}\]\[\frac{2}{3}\] , \[\frac{7}{12}\],\[\frac{5}{6}\]\[\frac{5}{6}\] , \[\frac{2}{3}\] ,\[\frac{7}{12}\] 5. -9+7=-162-216 6. Work out the perimeter and area of the following shape:P=9cm, A=14cm²P=14cm, A=18cm²P=18cm, A=14cm²P=18cm², A=14cm 11+ MATHS (Advanced) 1.The diagram below shows a shaded parallelogram drawn inside a rectangle. What is the area of the shaded parallelogram?21cm²28cm²32cm²36cm² 2.A can of lemonade from a vending machine costs 65p. The table below shows the coins that were collected from the machine in one day.How many cans of lemonade were sold that day?£20.85£19.953130 3.Find the missing angles a˚and b˚: a=48º,b=53ºa=48º,b=63ºa=58º,b=53ºa=58º,b=63º 4. 3\[\frac{1}{3}\] +1\[\frac{9}{20}\] =4\[\frac{9}{60}\]4\[\frac{49}{60}\]4\[\frac{10}{23}\]4\[\frac{47}{60}\] Time is Up!