THE NORTH LONDON INDEPENDENT GIRLS' SCHOOLS' CONSORTIUM GROUP 1 (2008-2016) Paper 5 by smoothmaths | Jul 7, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your THE NORTH LONDON INDEPENDENT GIRLS' SCHOOLS' CONSORTIUM GROUP 1 (2008-2016) Paper 5 1. Work out 2345 + 678991349024802481349124 2. Work out 9135 — 3578778878888788888None of the Above 3. Work out 329 x 723032103214323432353 4. Work out 5502 ÷ 6917937907927None of the Above 5. (a) Write in figures the number which is 100 less than two thousand and twenty.19201950182019801930 (b) Write in figures the number which is 100 times bigger than two point two.220222022200None of the Above 6. Which number between 60 and 70 is divisible by both 7 and 9?63656468None of the Above 7. Circle the number in the list below which is closest in value to 1 0.993 1.006 1.1 0.94 0.99 1.0060.9931.10.940.99 8. Work out \[\frac{4}{8}\] of 483032364240 9. Write a number in the box to complete the number pattern below. 19.81817.819None of the Above 10. Fill in the gaps in the calculations below. (a) 8 x 7 + ______ = 8731214132None of the Above (b) (____ + 7) x 6 = 542143None of the Above (c) 14.4 x ____ = 144 00010000100100010100000 11. Write these numbers in order of size, starting with the smallest: 52.4 52.42 52.40252.4, 52.402, 52.4252.402, 52.4, 52.4252.42,52.4,52.40252.42, 52.402, 52.4None of the Above 12. Lucy is thinking of two numbers. The sum of the two numbers is 17 When she multiplies theirs together, the result is 66 What are the two numbers? 11 & 617 & 612 & 612 & 5None of the Above 13. (a) Write down the temperature shown on this thermometer. -6-8-7-4-5 (b) One morning, the temperature in Grenoble is ‘4 °C. At the same time, the temperature in Val Thorens is 7 degrees colder. What is the temperature in Val Thorens?-11-12-10-13None of the Above 14. In a shop, 3 stickers cost 40 pence . (a) How many stickers can be bought for £2.40?1824121628 (b) How much would 33 stickers cost? (Give your answer in pounds.)£4.40£3.40£5.40£6.40£7.40 15. Kitty is 8 years and 5 months old. Rover is 5 years and 8 months younger than Kitty. How old is Rover?2years 9 months3years 5months9years 2months5years 3monthsNone of the Above 16. Here are two number machines. Machine A multiplies by 3, then adds 5 Machine B multiplies by 5, then adds 3 (a) What is the output from Machine A if the input is 2?1120151216 (b) What is the output fi oin Machine B if the input is 2?1310151118 (c) Which input would give an output of 23 from Machine A?6483None of the Above (d) Which input would give the same output from both machines?1234None of the Above 17. A recipe for malting 8 portions of cheesy pasta requires the following ingredients: (a) How much cheese is needed to make 4 portions of cheesy pasta?75456555None of the Above Mrs Smith is making 20 portions of cheesy pasta.(b) Complete the list below to show the amount of each ingredient which Mrs Smith needs. 1250g pasta,375g cheese, 500ml cream1050g pasta,475g cheese, 300ml cream1750g pasta,275g cheese, 600ml cream1150g pasta,575g cheese, 500ml creamNone of the Above 18. Rose buys a book which costs £7.46 She pays for the book with a £10 note and receives 4 coins as her’ change. Which 4 coins does Rose receive?£2, 50p, 2p, 2p£2, 20p, 10p, 5p£2, 50p, 5p, 1p£2, £2, 2p, 5pNone of the Above 19. Patrick has made \[\frac{3}{4}\] of the designs in his origami book. If he has made 24 designs, how many are there altogether in his book?32964252None of the Above 20. On Mark’s plate, there are 36 letters of Alphabet Spaghetti. He uses 7 of these to spell TERRIER, and 5 to spell HOUND. He eats the remaining letters. (a) What fraction of the 36 letters does Mark eat?4423044199441984428944259 Mark now has the words TERRIER and HOUND on his plate.(b) What percentage of the letters now on Mark's plate can be found in the word ALSATIAN?0.250.450.30.350.15 21. Freda Frog always does jumps of 25 centimetres. Teddy Toad always does jumps of 40 centimetres. Freda and Teddy both do 30 jumps in a straight line in the same direction. How much further has Teddy jumped than Freda? (Give your answer in metres.)4.5m3.5m5.5m2.5mNone of the Above 22. Georgia and Atlanta each think of a number. (a) Georgia always tells the truth. She says ⦁ my number is between 10 and 100 ⦁ my number has a larger tens digit than units digit ⦁ my number is odd ⦁ my number is a multiple of 29 What is Georgia’s number?87899397None of the Above (b) Atlanta never tells the truth. She says ⦁ my number is greater than 100 ⦁ my number is not a multiple of 10 ⦁ my number does not divide exactly by 3 ⦁ my number has a remainder when it is divided by 4 What is Atlanta’s number?6030202436 23. Reflect each shape in the dashed line. 24. (a) Use the ruler below to work out the length of this pencil in centimetres. 7.6cm9.3cm8.6cm8.3cm7.3cm (b) This clock shows a time in the evening. (i) Write down the time shown by the clock using the 24 hour clock.22:1222:2022:1523:1223:14 The clock is actually 5 minutes slow. Sarah’s watch is 8 minutes fast. (ii) What time is shown on Sarah’s watch?22:25pm22:30pm22:20pm23:22pm23:25pm 25. Shape T is drawn on centimetre-squared paper. (a) What is the area of shape T?12\[cm^{2}\]16\[cm^{2}\]10\[cm^{2}\]14\[cm^{2}\]11\[cm^{2}\] (b) On the centimetre-squared grid below, draw a rectangle which has the same area as shape T. 26. Points A, B, C and D have been joined to form shape ABCD. (a) What special type of quadrilateral is shape ABCD?ParallelogramRectangleSquareTrapezoidNone of the Above (b) How many lines of symmetry has shape ABCD?01432 (c) Write down the coordinates of point A. Answer:(___ , ___)(2,0)(0,2)(1,0)(0,1)None of the Above Point E can be plotted so that when points C, D and € are joined, an isosceles triangle is formed. (d) Write down possible coordinates of point E. Answer:(___ , ___)(n,4)(n,2)(n,3)(n,5)(n,6) 27. Mrs Clark asked every child in class 6A how many pairs of shoes they own. The bar chart below shows some of her results. Everyone owns at least 1 pair of shoes and no-one owns more than 5 pairs. 5 students own 2 pairs of shoes.(a) Use this information to complete the bar chart. (b) How many students own 4 pairs of shoes?21346 (c) How many students are there altogether in class 6A?2120181615 (d) How many pairs of shoes do all of the children in class 6A own altogether?56764666None of the Above 28. Below is the net for a 6-sided die. Complete the net. (Remember that the opposite faces must add up to 7) 29. Jiggy Sore has made 4 full size copies of this triangle: He puts his 4 triangles together to make the shape shown below. (a) What is the perimeter of the shape?80cm56cm60cm70cmNone of the Above The total area of his shape is 120 \[cm^{2}\].(b) What is the area of one triangle?30\[cm^{2}\]60\[cm^{2}\]40\[cm^{2}\]20\[cm^{2}\]50\[cm^{2}\] 30. A cat, her 4 kittens and their cat basket altogether have a mass of 6\[\frac{1}{2}\] kilograms. The cat basket has a mass of 500 grains. Each kitten has a mass of 0.6 kilograms. What is the mass of the cat? 3.6kg2.5kg4.6kg5.6kg3.5kg 31. Bag A and bag B contain black and white balls as shown below. Bob is going to pick a ball at random from each bag. (a) From which bag does lie have a higher chance of picking a black ball?Bag BBag ANo chance of picking a ballEqual chances of picking a ball from both bagsNone of the Above (b) On the probability scale below, mark with an arrow the probability that the ball he picks from bag B is white. 44259144200441980 32. This shape is made from 6 cubes. The diagrams show possible side, plan and front views of the shape. Write the letter of the diagram which shows theside view, Plain view. Front viewE, F, CA, E,FE, F, GC, D, EA, D, E 33. Tom downloads 3 music tracks. The length of each ti’ack is shown in the table below. track length track 1 4 min 45 sec track 2 5 min 5 sec track 3 4 min 40 sec (a) What is the total length of the 3 tracks?14mins 30 seconds10mins 20 seconds15mins 25 seconds20mins 40 seconds30mins 14seconds (b) What is the mean (average) length of each track?4mins 50 seconds5 mins 30 seconds3 mins 40 seconds5 mins 50 seconds5mins 10 seconds 34. Here is the start of a pattern made from dots and lines. (a) Draw pattern 4 in the space above. (b) Complete the table showing the number of dots and lines in each pattern. pattern number 1 2 3 4 number of dots 2 3 number of lines 2 (c) How many dots are there in pattern 8?9871012 (d) One pattern has 31 dots. How many lines are there in this pattern?159121610 35. There are 80 members of the school orchestra. 35 of the members are boys. \[\frac{2}{3}\] of the girls in the orchestra play a stringed instrument. In total, 38 of the member's do not play a stringed instrument. Use this information to complete the table below. boy girl total plays a stringed instrument does not play a stringed instrument total 80 36. (a) Jess bought a cake and a drink. She paid £3.90 in total. The cake cost twice as much as the drink. How much did the cake cost? £2.60£1.30£2.30£3.20£1.60 (b) Simon bought a cup of tea and a fizzy drink, paying £2.60 in total. The fizzy drink cost 30p more than the cup of tea. How much did the fizzy drink cost?£1.45£2.45£3.45£3.25£1.25 (c) On Monday, Claire bought an apple and a banana. The total cost was 57p. On Tuesday, Claire bought a banana and a pear. The total cost was 56p. On Wednesday, Claire bought an apple and a pear. The total cost was 69p. On Thursday, Claire bought an apple, a banana and a pear. How lunch did Claire spend on Thursday? 91617181None of the Above 37. Josie, Rosie, Maisie, Cassie and Daisy all want to sit in the front row at school. ⦁ Maisie will only sit at an end of the row. ⦁ Daisy will not sit next to Josie or Maisie. ⦁ Cassie has to sit next to both Josie and Maisie. Use the information to write the two possible seating arrangements for the 5 girls.M, C, J, R, DD, R, J, C, MJ, D, R, C, MD, J, R, M, CBoth a & b 38. Write a number from 1 to 8 in each box below so that ⦁ each number is used only once ⦁ consecutive numbers, such as 3 and 4, are not in boxes which touch 39. Katie has been asked to count all of the triangles in the square below. She realises there is a triangle on each side and that there are larger triangles at each corner. In total, there are 8 triangles inside the square. How many triangles are there in total inside this pentagon? You may use the small pentagons to help you record the different types of triangle you find. 3515254555 40. On Planet Hat, the symbol ^ has a special meaning in arithmetic. a ^ b means multiply a by 4, then subtract b. For example, 3 ^ 2 = 3 x 4 - 2 = 12 - 2 = 10 (a) Work out 5 ^ 11920181617 (b) Work out the value of m so that m ^ 6 = 268642None of the Above It is possible to use the symbol twice in a calculation.For example, 3 ^ (2 ^ 1) = 3 ^ (2 x 4 - 1) = 3 ^ 7 = 3 x 4 - 7 = 5 (c) Work out 5 ^ (4 ^ 3)72012910 (d) Work out the value of p so that (6 ^ p) ^ 4 = 56986712 41. Charlie enjoys eating Nickel bars. His local store has a special promotion on Nickel bars. Charlie can exchange 3 empty Nickel bar wrappers for a new Nickel bars. Charlie buys 20 Nickel bars. Assuming that Charlie always eats any Nickel bars he has and exchanges the used wrappers for new bars, how many bars will he be able to eat in total?2920222621 Time is Up! Time's up