THE MANCHESTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL 11 PLUS PAPERS (2010-2018) ARITHMETIC – A -2014 by smoothmaths | Jul 10, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your THE MANCHESTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL 11 PLUS PAPERS (2010-2018) ARITHMETIC - A -2014 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. Try not toleave blank answer spaces at the end, instead make the best attemptat an answer as you can.If you need to change an answer cross it out neatly and write the new answer alongside the box. You may use rough paper forworking out, this will not be marked. 1. Write in figures the number three hundred thousand,four hundred and seven 300407 30407 3000407 30000407 3004007 2. Work out 569 + 372 941 931 841 831 921 3. Work out 418 x 70 29260 28760 28260 28750 29250 4. Work out 17½ ÷ 5 3.5 3\[frac{1}{2}\] 2\[frac{1}{3}\] \[frac{31}{4}\] both a&b 5. What is the missing number in this list 33, 44, 56, ......, 83, 98 69 64 59 68 65 6. Work out 2.42 × 1.6 3.872 38.72 387.2 3.862 3.662 7. Write 0.64 as a fraction in its simplest form \[frac{16}{25}\] \[frac{11}{26}\] \[frac{13}{21}\] \[frac{14}{25}\] \[frac{17}{29}\] 8. If the following numbers were written in order from highestto lowest, which number would be in the middle 33% \[frac{1}{3}\] \[frac{1}{4}\] \[frac{3}{10}\] 0.35 9. Alison watches two quiz programmes on TV. The first is onfrom 6.35pm until 7.15pm, the second lasts for half an hour.Later on, she watches a film from 9.30pm until 11.25pm.In hours and minutes, how long has she spent watching TV? 3hrs 5mins 3hrs 15mins 2hrs 5mins 3hrs 45mins 2hrs 30mins 10. Ollie is making some small snacks for a party. He cuts1.2 kg of cheese into a number of 15g pieces.How many pieces does he have? 80 0.8 0.008 90 70 11. On a large weighing balance at Chester Zoo, thezookeepers find that 5 rhinos on one side will balance6 zebras and 3 rhinos on the other side. How manyzebras would be needed to balance 9 rhinos? 27 6.24 37 47 17 12. A rectangle is 4 cm longer than it is wide. The distanceall the way round the rectangle (its perimeter) is 32 cm.What is the area of the rectangle? 60 6 120 100 150 13. The mean length of a crocodile is 7.5 m and the meanlength of an alligator is 4 m. If I have 4 crocodiles and6 alligators what would be the mean length of all10 creatures together? 5.4m 5.2m 6.4m 7.2m 4.4m 14. In the summer sales, prices of items are reduced by 15%.What would be the sale price of a coat that originally cost £30? £ 25.50 £ 35.50 £ 45.50 £ 55.50 £ 15.50 15. A cow eats 8 kg of food per day and a pig eats 6 kg offood per day. A farmer has 30 cows and some pigs.If the animals eat a total of 360 kg of food each day,work out how many pigs the farmer has. 20 10 30 40 50 16. Tim has a box containing 9 red, 6 blue and 5 yellow counters.He picks one counter at random without looking in the box.What is the probability that he will NOT select a red counter?Give your answer as a fraction. \[frac{11}{20}\] \[frac{11}{9}\] \[frac{11}{6}\] \[frac{11}{5}\] \[frac{6}{20}\] 17. David cuts a 6 metre long pole into three different pieces.The largest piece is 40 cm longer than the middle piece andthe middle piece is 70 cm longer than the shortest piece.What is the size of the largest piece? 250cm 350cm 150cm 450cm 550cm 18. Two bags of crisps and five chocolate biscuits cost £1.76.If each bag of crisps costs 4p more than a chocolate biscuit,what is the cost of a biscuit? 24p 26p 34p 44p 14p 19. How many ODD three digit numbers is it possible to makeusing the numbers 4, 5 and 7 if you are allowed to use eachof the numbers more than once in a particular three digitnumber? 18 9 6 20 26 20. The number 3 can be split in three different ways by addingpositive whole numbers together as follows 1 + 2, 2 + 1 and 1 + 1 + 1.Using the same method, in how many different ways can thenumber 5 be split? 15 20 25 30 35 Time's up