THE MANCHESTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL 11 PLUS ARITHMETIC PAPER 2012 – 1 by smoothmaths | Jul 12, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your THE MANCHESTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL 11 PLUS ARITHMETIC PAPER 2012 - 1 30 minutesWrite your names, school and candidate number in the spaces provided at the top of the page.You have 30 minutes for this paper which is worth 20 marks.Answer all the questions, attempting them in order and writing youranswers clearly. If you find that you cannot answer a question straight away leave it blank and return to it later if you have time. Do not leave blank answer spaces, make the best attempt at an answer that you can.If you need to change an answer cross it out neatly and write the new answer alongside the box. 1. Work out 379 + 485 864 854 764 654 754 None 2. Work out 274 x 70 19180 14180 18980 14980 19108 None 3. 5 \[\frac{7}{10}\] 4 \[\frac{1}{3}\] 4 \[\frac{6}{9}\] 4 \[\frac{2}{5}\] 4 \[\frac{1}{5}\] None 4. Write in figures the number one million forty thousandand four 1040004 140004 104004 1004004 14004 None 5. What is the missing number in this list75, 66, ……, 48, 39 57 55 56 58 59 None 6. Ger has £2 made up of 20p and 10p coins. He hastwice as many 20p coins as 10p ones. How many10p coins does he have? 4 5 3 2 6 None 7. “Comfyclothes” in the Arndale Centre reduces its pricesby 20% in its winter sale. Ian bought a coat for £60 in thesale. How much would it have cost before the sale started? £75 £48 £30 £80 £95 None 8. Alison has 8 more pencils than rulers. If she has a total of52 pencils and rulers, how many rulers does she have? 22 30 42 52 12 None 9. Work out 35% of £4 £ 1.40 £ 1.20 £ 1.10 £ 1.30 £ 1.50 None 10. Two rectangles have the same area. One rectangleis 28cm long and 12cm wide. The second rectanglehas width 7cm. What is the length of this rectangle? 48cm 38cm 58cm 28cm 18cm None 11. Write 0.28 as a fraction in its simplest form. \[\frac{7}{25}\] \[\frac{1}{3}\] \[\frac{6}{21}\] \[\frac{5}{11}\] \[\frac{3}{24}\] None 12. Neil is allowed to watch three hours of TV each day in theholidays. He watches cartoons from 6.20pm to 7.10pm and asports programme from 7.25pm to 9.00pm. For how muchlonger could he have watched TV without breaking his rule? 35mins 45mins 55mins 25mins 15mins None 13. If the following numbers were put in order whichnumber would be in the middle? \[\frac{2}{3}\] 0.66 \[\frac{3}{4}\] \[\frac{6}{10}\] 70% None 14. Tim puts bricks which are all 2cm by 3cm by 4cm intoa box which is 15cm by 20cm by 16cm. What is thegreatest number of bricks he can put in the box? 200 300 400 20 0.002 None 15. For the first 12 months after I bought my new phoneI downloaded 4 apps to it each month. Over the next7 months I only downloaded 1 app each month, butthis month I downloaded 5 new apps. What is theaverage number of apps I have downloaded eachmonth while I have had the phone? 3 4 5 6 2 None 16. A red light flashes four times a minute and a green lightflashes six times a minute. If both lights start flashing atthe same instant, how many times do they flash at the sameinstant in one hour including the first and the last time? 121 120 111 131 211 None 17. What is the smaller angle between the hands of aclock at 2:30? 105 120 180 160 115 None 18. Andy works out the sums of numbers as follows 1+2, 1+2+3, 1+2+3+4 and so on.What is the first of these sums of numbers that is greater than 80? 1+2+….+12+13 91 81 98 both a&b None 19. How many different positive whole numbers are factorsof 72? (remember to include 1 and 72 as factors) 12 6 7 9 10 None 20. Jo writes down a two digit number. When she reverses thedigits and subtracts the smaller number from the largernumber the answer she gets is 36. What is the differencebetween the two digits in her original number? 4 5 6 7 3 None Time's up