THE HABERDASHER'S ASKE'S BOYS' SCHOOL (2009-2017) Paper by smoothmaths | Jul 22, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your THE HABERDASHER'S ASKE'S BOYS' SCHOOL (2009-2017) Paper 6 1. Add: 88 + 37125115135112120 2. Subtract: 96 - 474931415159 3. Multiply: 58 x 7406356456416410 4. Divide: 78 ÷ 61310121614 5. Write down two numbers that add to 14 and multiply to 48. and --------8 & 65 & 74 & 212 & 88 & 10 6. You are given the number 2864. You are allowed to swap the position of any two digits. For example, 2 8 6 4 gives 2 6 8 4 or 2 8 6 4 gives 4 8 6 2 What is the largest possible number you can make using one swap?82648624264824688426 What is the smallest possible number you can make using one swap? 24682486286426482846 7. Work out the following: 21 − 5 × 2 + 61718161432 8. What number is: Six less than −10-16164-4Both b & d Twelve more than −84-16-416None of the above 9. Alison, Bethany and Catherine are three sisters. They are 6 years old, 7 years old and 12 years old. Bethany is older than Alison. Catherine’s age is a prime number. What is each girls’ age?Alison’s age ---------Bethany’s age ---------Catherine’s age ---------Alison's age=6, Bethany's ange= 12, catherine's age= 7Alison's age=6, Bethany's ange= 7, catherine's age= 12Alison's age=12, Bethany's ange= 7, catherine's age= 6Alison's age=7, Bethany's ange= 6, catherine's age= 12None of the above 10. Draw the hour and minute hands on this clock to show the time 22:30 . What is the reflex angle between the two hands on this clock?225 degree150 Degree120 Degree180 Degree60 Degree 11. The sums below were correct before someone rubbed out the brackets. Write down the correct sums, including the brackets. (a) 8 - 5 + 2 = 1(8-5)+2 = 18-5+2 = 18-5+2 = (1)8-(5+2) = 1None of the above (b) 12 - 11 + 2 - 1 = 0(12-11)+2-1 =012-(11+2-1) =0(12-11)+(2-1) =0(12-11+2)-1 =0None of the above 12. Geoff counted the number of lorries he saw on his journey to school each day. The results for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are shown in the pictogram. How many lorries did Geoff see on his journey on Tuesday?861024 How many lorries did Geoff see on his journey on Wednesday?102684 On Friday Geoff saw six lorries on his journey into school.Complete the pictogram for Friday. 13. Here is a map of Secret Island. What are the co-ordinates of the Sunken Treasure?(7, 8)(8, 7)(-7, 8)(-7,-8)None of the above What are the co-ordinates of the Whirlpool? (8, -5)(-8, 5)(-8, -5)(8, 5)None of the above There is a crocodile at (-7, 6).Mark the crocodile on the map. Label the crocodile with the word “CROCODILE”.Which of the features shown on the map is the crocodile closest to?Light HouseSunken TreasureWhirlpoolPirate ShipNone of the above 14. What is the name of each of these three regular polygons? PentagonHexagonNonagonDecagonNone of the above HexagonNonagonPentagonOctagonNone of the above NonagonHexagonPentagonOctagonNone of the above 15. From Year 10 all pupils must join the Combined Cadet Force (“CCF”) or opt for School Community Service (“SCS”). Pupils can not opt for both CCF and SCS. Rachel asked 150 Year 9 pupils whether they wanted to opt for CCF or SCS next year. 60% of the pupils said that they wanted to opt for CCF. \[\frac{1}{6}\] of the pupils said that they wanted to opt for SCS. The rest of the pupils said that they hadn’t yet decided. How many pupils hadn’t yet decided whether to do CCF or carry out SCS next year?3515254530 16. Sam thinks of a number. He multiplies that number by 5. Then he subtracts 12. Then he divides by 3. Finally he adds 17. His answer is 38. What number did Sam originally think of?1525203817 17. A bus can carry 52 passengers. How many buses will be needed to transport 993 people to a sports day?2015251810 18. In the American state of Kentucky sales tax is charged at 6%. Anila wants to buy a pair of jeans in Kentucky. They are priced at $72 before allowing for the sales tax. How much does Anila pay for the pair of jeans?$76.32$72$74.32$73.32Both a & b Peter buys a bag of sweets in Kentucky.He pays $4.77 including sales tax.What was the price of sweets before sales tax was added?4.54.753.753.74.77 19. I put the individual twelve letters of the word “HABERDASHERS” into an empty bag. I draw out a letter at random from the bag. What is the probability that I draw out: (a) The letter “B”?\[\frac{1}{12}\]\[\frac{1}{8}\]\[\frac{1}{20}\]\[\frac{1}{10}\]\[\frac{1}{15}\] (b) The letter “T”? 0312None of the above (c) A vowel?\[\frac{1}{3}\]\[\frac{1}{12}\]\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{3}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{2}\] (d) A letter that is also in the word “ASKES”?\[\frac{1}{2}\]\[\frac{1}{3}\]\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{5}\]1 20. The sails of a windmill complete one full turn every 40 seconds. (a) How long does it take the sails to turn through a right angle?10 Seconds05 Seconds18 Seconds20 Seconds15 Seconds (b) How many turns do the sails make in fifty-six minutes?8464827480 21. A class has thirty pupils. Eight pupils are left-handed. Sixteen pupils are girls. Of the sixteen girls, thirteen are right handed. Enter this information into the table below. Then complete the rest of the table. Left handed Right handed Total Boys Girls Total How many boys in the class are right-handed?910653 22. Stuart’s patio is 5 metres long and 5 metres wide. Stuart wants to cover the patio with paving stones. Each paving stone is 50 centimetres long and 50 centimetres wide. How many paving stones does Stuart need to buy?10050804055 Stuart has £200 left after buying the paving stones.Stuart wants to put a picket fence around three sides of his patio.Each panel of picket fencing is 1 metre long and costs £10.50. Stuart will also have to pay a delivery charge of £5 regardless of the number of panels of picket fencing he purchases.How much money does Stuart have left after buying the picket fencing?37.547.527.517.525.7 23. Elizabeth writes down: One multiple of 13; and Two different factors of 77. Elizabeth adds up her three numbers. Her answer is greater than fifty but less than sixty. What three numbers could Elizabeth have written down?39, 7, 1119, 3, 79, 13, 1749, 11, 1829, 5, 13 24. A cube has side lengths of 5 cm. What is the volume of the cube?125507525120 A second cube has a volume of 27 \[cm^{3}\] .What is the total surface area of the second cube?54\[cm^{2}\] .75\[cm^{2}\] .80\[cm^{2}\] .125\[cm^{2}\] .65\[cm^{2}\] . 25. Rinesh started painting his house two years ago. During that year, Rinesh painted one-third of his house. Last year, Rinesh painted another five-twelfths of his house. What fraction of his house does Rinesh need to paint this year, in order to finish completely painting his house?\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{2}\]\[\frac{3}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{3}\]\[\frac{4}{3}\] Bijal started weeding her garden two weeks ago.During that week, she weeded one-fifth of her garden.Last week, Bijal weeded two and a half times as much of her garden as she weeded two weeks ago.What fraction of her garden does Bijal need to weed this week, in order to finish completely weeding her garden?\[\frac{3}{10}\]\[\frac{3}{4}\]\[\frac{5}{8}\]\[\frac{10}{3}\]\[\frac{9}{10}\] Nina is painting garden gnomes.She has four-fifths of a litre of paint.Each garden gnome needs one-twentieth of a litre of paint.How many garden gnomes can she paint?1610121420 26. Here is a portion of the Monday to Friday bus timetable for the 724 bus between St. Albans and Heathrow. Hsch HNsch Hsch HNsch Hsch HNsch Hsch St. Albans,Railway Station 0555 0603 0641 0715 0745 0808 0909 St. Albans,St Peter’s Street 0600 0608 0646 0721 0751 0814 0915 Garston Bus Garage 0625 0633 0716 0748 0831 0845 0944 Watford Junction Railway Station 0637 0645 0733 0803 0853 0901 1002 Watford,Town Hall 0640 0648 0737 0807 0857 0905 1006 Rickmansworth Railway Station 0650 0658 0754 0817 0909 0915 1016 Denham, Station Parade 0709 0713 0820 0832 0925 0930 1031 Uxbridge,Belmont Road 0717 0721 0833 0840 0936 0938 1039 Heathrow Airport 0737 0737 0857 0857 0954 0954 1055 Hsch HNsch Hsch HNsch Hsch HNsch Hsch Heathrow Airport 0610 0615 0700 0710 0755 0810 0915 Uxbridge,Belmont Road 0626 0631 0717 0727 0817 0827 0932 Denham, Station Parade 0634 0639 0726 0736 0828 0838 0941 Rickmansworth Railway Station 0650 0655 0743 0753 0850 0855 0957 Watford,Clarendon Road 0704 0709 0804 0814 0911 0911 1011 Watford Junction Railway Station 0707 0712 0807 0817 0914 0914 1014 Garston Bus Garage 0722 0727 0823 0833 0929 0929 1029 St. Albans,St Peter’s Street 0745 0750 0850 0900 0952 0952 1052 St. Albans,Railway Station 0756 0801 0901 0911 1003 1003 1103 Notes: Hsch – Hertfordshire schooldays only HNsch – Hertfordshire school holidays only (a) Andy caught a bus at Denham at 6:39 am. What time does he arrive at Watford Junction Railway Station?7:127:078:078:179:14 (b) Ben wants to travel from Watford Town Hall to Uxbridge by bus. If he catches a bus at Watford Town Hall at 8:57 am how long will his journey take?39 min29 min30 min20 min15 min c. Charlie lives in Uxbridge and works 10 minutes walk away from Garston Bus Garage. He needs to arrive at work by 9:30 am. What time does he need to be at the bus stop in Uxbridge to get to work on time: i) if it is a Hertfordshire school day?7:177:227:277:307:48 ii) if it is a Hertfordshire school holiday?7:277:227:177:307:48 d. Tom has arranged to meet Nic at St. Peters Street in St. Albans at 8:30 am. Tom lives in Rickmansworth and is planning to travel by bus. Tom thinks that it is a Hertfordshire school holiday and arrives at the bus stop at Rickmansworthjust in time to catch the bus. Unfortunately, it is a Hertfordshire school day. How late does Tom arrive for his meeting with Nic?20 min10 min25 min15 min30 min 27. One angle of an isosceles triangle is 80°. What are the other angles? There are two possible solutions to this question. Answer One -------- and --------- and ---------Ans1: 50 & 50, Ans2 : 80 & 20Ans1: 40 & 40, Ans2 : 70 & 30Ans1: 60 & 50, Ans2 : 70 & 40Ans1: 90 & 60, Ans2 : 50 & 30Ans1: 80 & 40, Ans2 : 60 & 30 28. a) What is the area of this triangle? 104598 b) What is the area of this triangle? 2418162628 By thinking of two different ways to work out the area of the triangle, calculate the length of arrow.4.85.83.82.81.8 29. Here is a map of the roads in Askeshire. The route from Catsworth to Dogsville via Alysford is written “C->A->D”.There has been a robbery in Alysford. The thieves are planning to go to Habsville Airport to flee the country with their loot.The police want to go from Alysford to Habsville Airport by the shortest possible route. What route should the police take?90 miles70 miles100 miles60 miles80 miles The thieves also want to go from Alysford to Habsville Airport by the shortest possible route. However, the thieves also want to make sure that they don’t travel on any of the roads being used by the police. What route should the thieves take?120 miles110 miles90 miles70 miles100 miles 30. For each of the prime numbers in the table below: (a) Find the remainder when the prime number is divided by 4; and (b) Find whether the prime number can be expressed as the sum of two square numbers. If the prime number can be expressed as the sum of two square numbers, state the two square numbers. If the prime number cannot be expressed as the sum of two square numbers state “Not possible”. Complete the table below. The first two rows have been completed for you. Prime number The remainder when the prime number is divided by 4 Can the prime number be expressed as the sum of two square numbers? 3 3 Not possible 5 1 \[1^{2}\] + \[2^{2}\] 7 11 13 17 What is the link between whether a prime number can be expressed as the sum of two square numbers and the remainder when that prime number is divided by 4? If you are not sure you can extend the table above and see what happens for other prime numbers. The first proof that this pattern is true for all prime numbers was claimed by Pierre de Fermat and is called Fermat’s Christmas Theorem (because Fermat’s claim was dated December 25, 1640).Circle “YES” for each of the following prime numbers that can be expressed as the sum of two square numbers.Circle “NO” for each of the following prime numbers that cannot be expressed as the sum of two square numbers.You do not need to find the two square numbers. Prime number Can the prime number be expressed as the sum of two square numbers? 58 031 YES NO 58 043 YES NO 58 049 YES NO 58 057 YES NO Time is Up!