EMANUEL SCHOOL Paper 1 by smoothmaths | Jun 21, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your EMANUEL SCHOOL Paper 1 1. Do the following sums (a) 7 8 5 + 5 4 113261026138611261226 (b) 8 6 7 - 3 8 2485525585325685 2. Work out 53 + 3209 + 66439263816382339163826 3. Do the following multiplication sums (a) 56x 4224204244124None of the Above (b) 732 x 965886378647863886578 4. Work out the following divisions (a) 7√ 6146 878678788887778 (b) 56,400 divided by 124700474704574 5. Add together two thousand three hundred and seven AND one thousand and twenty-four.33313540332132313033 6. (a) 4 British coins in Jo’s pocket add up to 73p. What are they?50p, 20p,2p,1p50p, 20p,3p,1p20p, 20p,30p,3p20p, 20p,20p,3pNone of the Above (b) 5 British coins in Arati’s pocket add up to 61p. Three of the coins are the same. What are the 5 coins?50p,5p,2p,2p,2p20p,20p,10p,10p,2p20p,10p,10p,10p,10p20p,20p,5p,5p,2pNone of the Above 7. When two numbers are added together the total is 32. When the same two numbers are subtracted the result is 6. Find the two numbers.19 & 1318 & 1420 & 1221 & 1118 & 16 8. What number must fit into the squares to make these sums correct? (a) 34 + = 9157476737None of the Above (b) 72 - = 393343231353 (c) x 7 = 11917271537None of the Above (d) 448 ÷ = 8.5646663626 9. Sam takes a £20 note to a restaurant. He buys a burger for £3.99, a milk shake for £1.65, and a fudge sundae for £1.80 (a) How much money does he spend altogether?£7.44£5.54£6.44£5.44£8.54 (b) How much change should he get from the £20 note?£12.56£13.56£15.56£11.56None of the Above 10. Work out the following multiplication 47 x 26 1240211302123621230211402 11. On a very long straight road there are four villages: Allwood, Bentham, Corford and Dunbar, which are shown in the diagram below. The arrows show distances between villages. Find the distances from (a) Corford to Dunbar14km11km8km6km12km (b) Allwood to Dunbar26km18km14km16km12km 12. On the axes shown A is the point (2,3) a) Write down the coordinates of the point C. ( , )(7,2)(5,2)(6,2)(-6,2)(8,2) b) Mark on the diagram the point B which is (5,5).(5,5)(5,4)(4,4)(6,6)None of the Above c) Mark on the diagram the point D so that ABCD is a square.(4,0)(0,4)(3,0)(2,0)None of the Above 13. Angola Namibia Zimbabwe Zambia Population 10002000 12030009 369000 8456 000 Area in square kilometres 1246700 823168 390759 752614 Highest mountain in metres 2610 2579 2592 2164 The table above shows some information about four African countries. Answer the following questions using the table. (a) Which country has the largest area?AngolaNamibiaZimbabweZambiaNone of the Above (b) Which country has the smallest population?NamibiaAngolaZimbabweZambiaNone of the Above (c) Which country has the third highest mountain?NamibiaAngolaZimbabweZambiaNone of the Above (d) Which country is the most densely populated (most people for each square kilometre of land)?ZimbabweAngolaNamibiaZambiaNone of the Above 14. Sophie thinks of a number, doubles it and adds 8. The answer was 26. What was the number she was thinking of ?9812107 15. Find the next two numbers in each of the following sequences (a) 1, 8, 15, 22, 29,36 & 4334 & 3935 & 4137 & 45None of the Above (b) 4, 6, 9, 13, 18,24 & 3123 & 2925 & 3222 & 26None of the Above (c) 96, 48, 24, 12, 6,3 & 1.52 & -14 & 25 & 2.5-3-1.5 (d) 3, 4, 7, 11, 18, 29,47 & 7640 & 6945 & 7530 & 59None of the Above 16. (a) What fraction of the large rectangle is shaded?\[\frac{1}{5}\]\[\frac{7}{12}\]\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{3}\]\[\frac{1}{2}\] (b) How many more squares need to be shaded sothat three quarters of the large rectangle isshaded?4 more square2 more square3 more square5 more square1 more square 17.(a) What is the area of the rectangle?10\[cm^{2}\]25\[cm^{2}\]5\[cm^{2}\]4\[cm^{2}\]36\[cm^{2}\] (b) How many triangles of the size shown will fit into the rectangle above?Neither diagram is drawn to scale.20153010None of the Above 18. In the British Army there are 4500 men who are taller than 180cms. Of these 750 are taller than 190cms. How many men are there who are between 180 and 190 cms tall?37503250175033504620 19. The pie chart shows the activities of a group of children on a Saturday morning. 8 children went to the Library. (a) How many children went swimming?16812624 (b) How many children went shopping?3216241820 (c) How many children were there altogether in the group?64817249None of the Above 20. When Aunt Jane comes to visit, Tom always goes out to play. Last Sunday, Aunt Jane came to visit. It was raining. The following sentences are either TRUE, or FALSE, or NOT CERTAIN. Ring the one you think applies to each sentence. (a) Tom went out to play. (True / False / Not certain)TRUEFALSENot Certainonly 'b'None of the Above (b) Aunt Jane and Tom both went out to play.(True / False / Not certain)Not CertainTRUEFALSEonly 'b'None of the Above (c) As it was raining Tom stayed inside last Sunday.(True / False / Not certain)FALSETRUENot Certainonly 'b'None of the Above 21. A train leaves London at 10.35 a.m. and arrives in Exeter 3 hours and 35 minutes later. What time does it arrive?2:10pm2:00pm1:35pm2:20pmNone of the Above 22. Look at the following long multiplication. 576 x 48 ----------460823040-----------27648 -----------Without doing any more calculations give the answers to: (a) 576 x 8 =4608456840684008None of the Above (b) 576 x 4 =23042084238422042284 (c) 27,648 ÷ 576 =4838586878 (d) 27,648 - 23,040 =4608456840684008None of the Above 23. How many different sized acute angles are there in the diagram below? 24. A rule for a number sequence is ‘multiply by 2 and subtract 7’. (a) Write down the next number in the sequence 8 -> 9 -> 11 -> 1523211822None of the Above (b) Here is part of another number sequence with the same rule.Write down the first number which is missing.______ -> 17 -> 27 -> 47 -> 8712897None of the Above 25. Put a single number in the boxes to make each of these sums correct.89765 26.The diagram shows Woody the ant settingoff for a walk he took recently in search of food. On this journey Woody walked a certain distance, and turned right. Each time he turned right he walked 2 metresless than he did the time before. On the last part of his journey before stopping he walked one metre. How far did he walk altogether?49meters40meters45meters38meters42meters 27. Draw out a 3 by 3 grid like that shown. Place the numbers 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 in it so that when any line of three numbers is added up in any direction (including diagonally), the total is always 9 28. When my age is divided by 2, 3, 4 or 6 there is always a remainder of 1. But when divided by 7 there is no remainder. How old am I?4939591929 29. If there are 5 Mondays, 5 Tuesdays and 5 Wednesdays in January, on what day of the week will February 1st fall? (There are 31 days in January)ThursdayFridaySaturdaySundayMonday Time is Up!