THE MANCHESTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL 11 PLUS PAPERS (2010-2018) ARITHMETIC-A- 2017 by smoothmaths | Jul 10, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your THE MANCHESTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL 11 PLUS PAPERS (2010-2018) ARITHMETIC-A- 2017 You have 30 minutes for this paper which is worth 20 marks.Each question is worth 1 mark.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 that 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 and eight thousand,five hundred and twenty.30852030085203805203080520380502 2. Work out 825 - 573252352452552652 3. Work out 2047 ÷ 238979996959 4. Work out 5¹/3 × 3¾, giving your answer in its simplest form.2030405010 5. If the following numbers were put in order, which number wouldbe in the middle?\[\frac{2}{3}\]\[\frac{3}{5}\]\[\frac{7}{10}\]55%0.67 6. Work out 0.03 ×32009686766656 7. Write 0.84 as a fraction in its simplest form\[\frac{21}{25}\]\[\frac{19}{21}\]\[\frac{11}{26}\]\[\frac{13}{27}\]\[\frac{16}{25}\] 8. Which sum has been set out correctly to give the answer 67?(8+4) x 6-5(8+4) x (6-5)8+4 x 6-5both a & bnone of the above 9. Add together the three lengths 1.4m, 33cm and 580mmgiving your answer in cm.231cm2310cm92.4cm753cm614.4cm 10. Work out 30% of £16.80£ 5.04£ 4.84£ 3.04£ 3.84£ 50.4 11. The average weight of five parcels is 3.7kg. Four of theparcels are identical and each weigh 3.5kg. What is theweight of the fifth parcel?4.51.53.52.55.5 12. At a birthday party, 12 children said they liked orange juiceand 10 children said they liked lemonade. If 7 of thesechildren said they liked both and 3 others said they onlyliked water, how many children were at the party?1810123228 13. Aidan was told to divide a certain number by 17. Instead hedivided the number by 7 and got the answer 68. What wasthe answer to the division he was supposed to do?2825381848 14. A piece of string is 160cm long. It is formed into a rectanglewhose length is three times its width. Work out the area of therectangle in square centimetres (cm2)1200\[cm^{2}\]1100\[cm^{2}\]1300\[cm^{2}\]1400\[cm^{2}\]1000\[cm^{2}\] 15. In the following diagram the two shaded rectangles haveequal areas. What is the total shaded area?48\[cm^{2}\]8\[cm^{2}\]24\[cm^{2}\]16\[cm^{2}\]38\[cm^{2}\] 16. Nancy bought five oranges and two apples and they cost£3.40. At the same shop, David bought three oranges andone apple and paid £2.00. What would Steve have paid ifhe bought four oranges and two apples from this shop?£ 2.8£ 1.8£ 3.8£ 4.8£ 5.8 17. St Hugh’s School hall is in the shape of a large box or cuboid.The area of the floor is 200m², the area of one of the sidewalls is 150m² and the area of an end wall is 48m². What isthe height, in metres, of the hall?6m36m7m8m9m 18. A number is “pro-added” if I multiply the number by itselfand then add the original number to that answer.So, for example, pro-add (8) = 8 × 8 + 8 = 72.What number gives the answer 210 when it is “pro-added”?14-15-141516 19. How many whole numbers less than 100 cannot bedivided exactly by 4 or by 5?6070809050 20. Two crosses can be put in three squares in three differentways, as follows.In how many different ways can you put three crosses infive squares?1012131415 Time is Up!