KING'S COLLEGE SCHOOL by smoothmaths | Jun 26, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your KING'S COLLEGE SCHOOL 11+ SAMPLE PAPER 3 1. (i) Work out 273 x 23 6279507960795279None of the Above (ii) Work out 595 ÷ 173545251536 (iii) Write down two multiples of 2001 .4002600340006000Both 'a' & 'b' (iv) Write down two factors of 2001.3 or 69 or 29667 or 87 or 237 or 49 or 29767 or 77 or 33Both 'a' & 'b' (v) Find the cost of 31 litres of petrol at 81p per litre.£25.11£15.11£11.11£35.11None of the Above (vi) In a ‘third off’ sale a bike is sold for £114. How much would it have sold for before the sale?£171£114£121£141£131 2. (i) In 25 minutes, through what angle does the minute hand of a clock pass? 150°120°160°130°140° (ii) In the diagram AB is a straight line. Calculate the value of angle aº.44º45º60º30º35º (iii) A square has a perimeter of 96cm.(a) Calculate the length of one side.24cm12cm36cm28cm32cm (b) Find the area of the square.²576cm²144cm²1296cm²784cm²1024cm² (c) Give a sketch, not to scale, of a rectangle, showing the length of its sides, which has the same area as the square.369672144All of the Above (d) Find the perimeter of your rectangle.104cm100cm84cm96cmNone of the Above 3. The pie chart shows the favourite colour of some boys.(a) Calculate the value of x.138°130°120°150°140° Red is the favourite colour of 126 boys.(b) Calculate the number of boys whose favourite colour is:(i) green.93207426126None of the Above (ii) yellow.20793426126None of the Above (iii) not blue.42620793126None of the Above (c) Calculate the total number of boys.540426207126350 4. Here is a pattern of numbers. Row 1: 1 + 22 = 5 Row 2: 2 + 32 = 11 Row 3: 3 + 42 = 19(a) Write out the next two rows.Row 4:_____2925323028 Row 5:_____4136252931 (b) Write out Row 9.1091008191None of the Above (c) Write out Row 49.2549250025944540None of the Above (d) Find the row which ends 419.Row 19Row 15Row 18Row 16Row 17 (e) What is the general rule to describe each row if you call the row number n ?n + \[(n+1)^{2}\]n + \[(n-1)^{2}\]n - \[(n-1)^{2}\]n\[(n-1)^{2}\]n\[(n+1)^{2}\] Time is Up!