City of London School for Girls Sample Paper by smoothmaths | Jun 20, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Paper 2 1) 3078 + 2563334332432343224None of the above 2) 3078 – 25628223822322218222022 3) 158 x 2336343534333432343034 4) 3072 ÷ 12256255252253249 5) What is the reading on the measuring cylinder 1300ml1000ml1200ml1400ml1250ml 6) What number is twelve less than eight thousand two hundred and seven?8195829580958215None of the above 7) Both of these nets fold to make a cube. Shade the square that will be opposite the black square when the net is folded into a cube. 8) Work out the value of: a. 3×7+42521242327 b. 12÷6÷212345 c. 15−4×271022815 9) Shade in \[\frac{2}{5}\] of this shape \[\frac{3}{5}\]\[\frac{5}{3}\]\[\frac{6}{10}\]\[\frac{10}{6}\]both a & c 10) Write down the mathematical name for each of these 2D shapes: Parallelogram, pentagon, trapeziumpentagon, parallelogram, trapeziumtrapezim, parallelogram, pentagonRectangle, Pentagon, TriangleRectangle, Pentagon, Square 11) Here is a table showing how many minutes four children took to get to school last week a. Who took over 40 minutes to get to school?SaraEllieAvaMaxineNone of the above b. Which person has the shortest journey to school on any day?AvaMaxineEllieSaraNone of the above c. On Thursday, what is the range of the times?14 minutes12 minutes15 minutes10 minutes20 minutes 12) Round 12.05 to: a. The nearest whole number12111310None of the above b. To 1 decimal place12.112.212.512None of the above 13) Here is a bar chart. The bar for strawberry is missing! Mr Gauss spent £15 on Strawberry ice cream. a. Draw a bar to show how much Mr Gauss spent on Strawberry ice cream. b. How much did Mr Gauss spend on Vanilla Ice Cream?7.5788.5None of the above 14) Fill in the next two values in this sequence: 1\[\frac{3}{4}\] , 2\[\frac{1}{2}\] , 3\[\frac{1}{4}\] , _______, _______ …4 & 4\[\frac{3}{4}\]2 & 1\[\frac{1}{3}\]3 & 4\[\frac{1}{4}\]4 & 4\[\frac{4}{3}\]None of the above 15) Draw a net of a triangular prism 16) How many edges does a cube have?1214161013 17) Which of the following is the best estimate for the length of a bus? 0.2km 2m 20cm 20 000mm20000mm200000mm2000mm1500mm1000mm 18) Reflect the grey shape in the dashed mirror line. 19) The temperature in Inverness is 12 degrees lower than the temperature in London. The temperature in London is 5 degrees. What is the temperature in Inverness?-77517-17 20) Find the areas of the following shapes: 13.512.594.55.5 56322466None of the above 21) Max has more than 4 apples but fewer than 7 apples. Alex has more than 5 apples and fewer than eight apples. How many apples do Max and Alex have altogether? Circle all the possible values 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 151112131all of the above 22) Suki saves £12 in January, £18 in February and £5 in March. What is her mean (average) monthly saving?11.67111314None of the above 23) What is \[\frac{1}{2}\] of \[\frac{4}{5}\] of 35?1412182010 24) Put the following numbers in order from smallest to largest: \[\frac{3}{5}\] 0.58 \[\frac{5}{8}\] 62% 0.508 0.508, 0.58, \[\frac{3}{5}\], 62%, \[\frac{5}{8}\]\[\frac{5}{8}\], 62%, \[\frac{3}{5}\], 0.58, 0.5080.508, 0.58, \[\frac{5}{8}\], 62%, \[\frac{3}{5}\]62%, \[\frac{3}{5}\], 0.58, 0.508, \[\frac{5}{8}\None of the above 25) You are told that 82×107 = 8774 Use this to work out the value of the following: a. 8200×107877408763087748773086740 b. 8774÷107824874478428748 c. 8774÷41214200114142None of the above d. A bus can seat 82 people. 8770 people travel to a football match by bus. How many buses are needed?10710410010598 SECTION B 40 minutes Remember to show your working out! 1) Work out the number from the following clues: a. It is a whole number b. It is less than 100 c. It is a square number d. It is one less than a multiple of 5. e. 16 is a factor of this number.6465814936 2) B + A + T = 17 C + A + T = 25 C + O + A + T = 29 What is the value of B + O + A + T?2125222420 3) A rectangle is 6cm longer than it is wide. Its perimeter is 32cm. Find its area.5566604477 4) On Planet Pythagoras, the people use a different money system to us. One pog is worth four pings Three pings are worth five paz Convert the following: A. 3 pog = ______pings B. 40 paz = _______ pog C. 3 paz = ______ pog4 pings, 6 pog, 0.45 pog4 pings, 8 pog, 0.55 pog2 pings, 4 pog, 0.50 pog3 pings, 6 pog, 0.60 pog5 pings, 5 pog, 0.40 pog 5) What is the largest number of 15cm by 30cm by 20 cm shoe boxes that can fit in a 1m x 3m x 2m crate? Be careful – you can’t chop up the shoe boxes!660600500550None of the above 7) Amy, Bella and Cara have twenty sweets altogether. Amy says she has ten of the sweets. Bella says that Cara has one more sweet than Amy. Cara says that she has the most sweets Exactly one of them is lying. Who is lying? Explain briefly how you know. Answer: Time is Up!