Colfe's School paper 1 by smoothmaths | Jun 20, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your Colfe's School 11+ paper 1 1) Add together 95, 82 and 547.724714689629642 2) Work out 3801 – 12236793789372137013690 3) Multiply 59 by 7413353400450398 4) Divide 5616 by 870272720612724 5) Work out \[\frac{3}{8}\] + \[\frac{1}{6}\]\[\frac{13}{24}\]\[\frac{26}{48}\]\[\frac{4}{14}\]\[\frac{24}{13}\]None of the Above 6) Work out 2\[\frac{1}{4}\] - \[\frac{5}{9}\]1\[\frac{25}{36}\] or \[\frac{61}{36}\]\[\frac{4}{5}\]1\[\frac{36}{25}\] or \[\frac{36}{61}\]\[\frac{12}{36}\]\[\frac{3}{4}\] 7) Find 15% of 240361603.636 8) Work out 3.45+11.01+2.316.761.676167.6785.115.77 9) A field is planted with cabbages in rows. Each row contains 22 cabbage seeds and there are 39 rows. How many cabbage seeds are there in the field?858264848748758 10) A teacher shares a large packet of sweets evenly to her class of 24 pupils and then eats the left over sweets. There were 170 sweets in the packet, how many does the teacher eat?2 sweets1 sweets3 sweets4 sweets5 sweets 11) Asif wants to buy a computer game that costs £32.99 in the shop but decides to wait until there is a sale. In the sale Asif buys the computer game for £25.62. How much money did he save?£ 7.37£ 13.37£ 73.7£ 8.50£ 8.27 12) Anna decides to share her pizza with two of her friends. She gives one friend a fifth of the pizza and the other friend three tenths of the pizza. What fraction of the pizza is left for Anna?\[\frac{1}{2}\]3\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{5}\]\[\frac{1}{6}\] 13) Jordan has a collection of 1345 marbles! He gives his friend 689 of the marbles. How many does Jordan have left?6561344667766None of the above 14) There are 10 millimetres in a centimetre and 100centimetres in a metre. How many millimetres are there in 25.1 metres?25100mm2510mm251mm0.0251mm25100cm 15) The diagram shows a field viewed from above. All dimensions are given in metres. A mouse walks all the way around the edge of this field. How far does the mouse walk in metres?460m360m330m400m390m 16) Write down the next two numbers in each sequence a) 7, 9, 11, 13, _____ , _____15,1715,1614,1715,1812,17 b) 105, 96, 87, 78, _____ , _____69,6067,6069,5950,6069,79 17) I think of a number. When I multiply this number by 15 and then subtract 7 I get 38. What number am I thinking of?32.06247 18) I asked 48 year 7 students what their favourite food was. The results are shown in this pie chart. a) How many year 7s have chips as their favourite food?2448362034 b) What fraction of year 7s have chocolate as their favourite food?\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{3}\]\[\frac{1}{2}\]\[\frac{1}{5}\]\[\frac{3}{4}\] c) Estimate the number of year 7s who have pizza as their favourite food.43215 19) Write each list of numbers in order from smallest to largest a) 0.77, 0.7, 7.7, 7.070.7,0.77,7.07,7.70.77,0.7,7.07,7.70.7,7.07,0.77,7.70.7,0.77,7.7,7.077.7,7.07,0.77,0.7 b) 5, -8, -16, 9, 8-16,-8,5,8,9-8,-16,5,8,95,8,-8,9,-16-8,8,9,5,-169,8,5,-8,-16 20) Billy went shopping and bought 3 computer games that cost £25.50 each and 2 doughnuts that cost £1.30 each. How much change did Billy get from £100?£ 20.9£ 2.5£ 21.9£ 20£ 29 21) Alison, Bhavini and Catherine share a bag of sweets. Alison gets 5 more sweets than Bhavini and Catherine gets twice as many sweets as Alison. Catherine gets 22 sweets. How many sweets are there in the bag?3933281817 22) On the coordinate grid below each small square represents 1cm by 1cm. b) What is the area of the rectangle?20cm²15cm²30cm²10cm²2cm² 23) Look at the sequence below. Some of the numbers are missing. a) Fill in the numbers so that they fit the pattern. Describe the pattern in words. 2, _____, _____, 16, 32, 644,8 multiply before number by 22,6 divide before number by 23,9 multiply before number by32,4 add before number 24,6 add before number 4 Description: 24) Look at the diagram. Find the size of angle .35º30º45º15º50º 25) Work out the missing values 11% of 3600 = _______39639040072372 _____ % of 52 = 132520153012 15 % of _____ = 6040040300450150 26) The cost in pounds,C , of going to the cinema can be worked out using the formula C=8a+3kIn this formula a stands for the number of adults and k stands for the number of children. a) What is the cost if three adults and one child go to the cinema?£ 27£ 21£ 24£ 20£ 15 b) The total cost for the Bryant family is £25. How many adults and how many children are in the family?2 adults,3 children3 adults,2 children4 adults,3 children2 adults,4 children8 adults,3 children 27) Work out the value of a) 9 + 7 × 8 - 36280685590 b) (11+13)×-20-480-27148480None of the above c) 2×\[13^{2}\]338523503833 D)-13-27-404014435 28) Solve each equation a) x + 80 = 15x=-65x=95x=65x=-75x=80 b) 6y - 20 = 46y=11y=4.2y=10y=396y=20 c) 10g +400=645 -15gg=9.8 or 49/5g=209g=10g=9g=8 29) a) A square has a perimeter of 32cm. What is the area of the square? 64cm²64cm32cm²16cm²24cm² b) A rectangle has perimeter 32cm. The rectangle is three times as long as it is wide. What is the area of the rectangle?48cm²36cm²32cm²16cm²72cm² 30) The floor or a room is 3 metres wide and 4 metres long. I am going to tile the floor with tiles that are 25 centimetres wide and 50 centimetres long. How many tiles do I need to buy?96 tiles80 tiles100 tiles60 tiles75 tiles 31) I flip a fair coin that has the number 3 on one side and the number 7 on the other side. At the same time a roll a fair four sided dice that has the numbers 1 to 4 on it. Then I add the two numbers. If I do this 50 times how many times would you expect me to get a total of 7?6 or 7 times4 or 5 times3 or 4 times2 or 3 times5 or 6 times 32) A new mobile phone app is sold for 79 pence per download and proves to be very popular so that 150 people are downloading the app every day. The person who created the app gets 44 pence every time it is downloaded and she gets paid at the end of each week. How many weeks will it take for her to have £2,000?5 weeks4 weeks3 weeks2 weeks6 weeks Time is Up!