THE NORTH LONDON INDEPENDENT GIRLS' SCHOOLS' CONSORTIUM GROUP 2 (2008-2016) Paper 7 by smoothmaths | Jul 29, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your THE NORTH LONDON INDEPENDENT GIRLS' SCHOOLS' CONSORTIUM GROUP 2 (2008-2016) Paper 7 1. Work out 345 + 6789 2. Work out 3201 - 456 3. Work out 865 × 7 4. Work out 3832 ÷ 8 5. 11 and 12 are consecutive whole numbers.Write down two consecutive whole numbers which add up to 75 6. Which number divided by 1000 gives 2.08? 7. Circle the number which will be in the middle when the numbers below are writtenin order of increasing size. 3.64 3.564 3.654 3.465 3.546 8. (a) Work out one fifth of 180 (b) Work out 5/8 of 96 9. Work out the sum of the numbers: 0.04 0.6 0.16 10. Farmer Andrew’s chickens lay a total of 314 eggs.Each egg box holds only 6 eggs.How many egg boxes will Farmer Andrew be able to completely fill with these eggs? 11. Write a number in each box in order to make the calculations correct.(a) 3 × 6 + = 25 (b) 88 ÷ 4 = - 9 (c) 7² = 51 - ( × 4 ) 12. Shade 75% of the shape below. 13. The thermometers below show the temperatures, in °C, inside a fridge and a freezer.(a) How many degrees warmer is it in the fridge than in the freezer? The temperature in the freezer should be 3 degrees colder.(b) What temperature should it be in the freezer? 14. Given that 7.84 × 6 = 46.8, work out the value of 7.84 × 18 15. The composer Johann Sebastian Bach lived for 65 years and 4 months.The composer Georg Philipp Telemann lived for 86 years and 3 months.For how much longer did Telemann live than Bach? 16. A recipe to make 12 blueberry muffins requires 300 grams of flour and 180 grams ofblueberries, in addition to other ingredients.(a) Charlotte wants to make just 9 muffins.How many grams of each of the following ingredients will she need?(i) flour (ii) blueberries (b) Paul has a one kilogram bag of flour. If he uses the whole kilogram of flour tomake blueberry muffins, how many can he make? 17. (a) The number machine below changes numbers according to the rule multiply by 3, then add 6Complete the input and output numbers for the machine. (b) There are two possible function machines which will give results shown below.Work out both possible answers. 18. The number 8 has four factors: 1, 2, 4 and 8(a) Which is the first number greater than 10 to have exactly four factors? (b) Write down any number less than 20 which has exactly three factors. (c) Some numbers have only two factors.What is the special name given to this type of number?It may help you to write down some numbers with only two factors. 19. (a) A packet of 9 chocolate cookies costs £2.61What is the cost of 4 of these chocolate cookies? (b) Carla bought 2 books from a shop, and paid a total of £8.50One book cost 60 pence more than the other.What was the price of the cheaper book? 20. The number sequences in this question all go up or down by a fixed number.(a) Write a number in each box to continue the sequence.(i) 5.4, 5.8, 6.2, 6.6, (ii) 1.3, 1.23, (b) In a number sequence, the 2nd term is 6 and the 5th term is 18, as shown below.What is the 7th term in the sequence? , 6, , , 18, , 21. Mr Cooper’s car uses 3 litres of petrol to travel 50 kilometres.Petrol costs £1.45 per litre.How much will Mr Cooper spend on petrol to drive 600 kilometres from Oxford toGlasgow? 22. (a) Estimate, in centimetres, the length of the line below. (b) The man in the diagram is 1.8 metres tall.Use this fact to estimate the height of the tree. 23. Reflect the shape below in the dashed line. 24. Shapes A, B, C and D are drawn on the grid below.(a) Which shape has the largest area? (b) Draw all lines of symmetry on each shape. (c) On the grid below, draw a shape made up of 8 little squares which has rotationalsymmetry order 2 but has no lines of symmetry.Rotational symmetry order 2 means that the shape will fit onto itself exactly2 times when it is turned about its midpoint. 25. (a) This is what Evie sees when sheglances at her clock in the mirror.Write the time her clock actuallyshows, using the 12-hour clock. (b) A film lasting 2 hours and 20 minutes started at 16:55At what time did it finish? (c) Three friends started a sponsored silence at exactly 15:00 and, one by one, burstout in giggles at the times shown in the table below.(i) For how much longer did Rebecca remain silent than Holly? (ii) If each girl was sponsored 10 pence for each minute that she remained silent,how much money did the three girls raise in total? 26. Ben asked people about their favourite type of cheese.The results of his survey are shown below.(a) What percentage of the people said Edam? (b) What fraction of the people said Brie? 18 people said Edam.(c) How many people said Goat’s Cheese? (d) How many more people said Cheddar than said Cheshire? 27. This object is made from cubes.There are no hidden cubes.(a) How many cubes are needed to make the object? (b) The diagrams below show possible front and side views of the object.Write the letter of the diagram which shows theAnswer: front view side view (c) On the grid below, draw and shade the plan view of the object. 28. Miss Smart has a set of hexagonal spinners.Each section on a spinner contains a number between 1 and 6Write a number in each section of the spinner so that(a) the spinner is certain to land on a numberless than 3 (b) the spinner is twice as likely to land on aneven number as on the number 5 (c) the spinner is equally likely to land on a squarenumber, an even number or an odd number 29. Chocolate Heaven sells 10 different types of hand-made chocolates.The price of each type of dark chocolate is shown in the table below.(a) What is the total cost of the 5 dark chocolates? (b) What is the mean (average) cost of a dark chocolate? For each type of chocolate, there is a milk chocolate version which costs 2p less thanthe dark chocolate version.(c) Write down the mean cost of a milk chocolate. (d) Jill buys one of each type of dark chocolate and each type of milk chocolate as agift for her friend.Using your answer to part (a) or otherwise, work out the cost of all 10 chocolates. 30. Points A, B and C have been plotted on the coordinate grid below.(a) When a straight line is drawn from A to B, the midpoint is point D.Write down the coordinates of point D. (b) The point E is such that if a line is drawn from B to E, point C is two thirds of theway from B to E.Write down the coordinates of point E. 31. Field crickets chirp according to the temperature of their surroundings.You can use the following rule to work out the temperature:(a) Freddie, the field cricket, chirps 61 times per minute.Work out the temperature of Freddie’s surroundings. (b) Flora, the field cricket, chirps 41 times in 30 seconds.Work out the temperature of Flora’s surroundings. (c) The temperature of Flossie’s surroundings is 18°C.Work out how many times Flossie chirps in 1 minute. 32. Between 3 a.m. and 6 a.m. the hour handon a clock moves through an angle of 90°.Work out the angle which the hour hand on a clock movesthrough between(a) 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. (b) 12:45 and 13:15 (c) 6.30 p.m. and 8.50 p.m. 33. Jane bought a packet of sweets.A quarter of them were green, a third of them were red and the rest were yellow.There were 10 yellow sweets.What was the total number of sweets in the packet? 34. In the balancing puzzle below, each symbol represents a different number.In all of the diagrams, the symbols on either side of the scale are balanced. 35. In a doctor’s waiting room, there are6 seats in a row.Mr Spencer arrives with his 2 children.He wants to sit between his 2 children. 3 other people arrive who do not mindwhere they sit.How many different possible seating arrangements are there of the 6 people?You may find the boxes helpful. 36. (a) The shape below is made from squares.The perimeter of the shape is 100 centimetres.Work out the area of the shape. (b) Work out the area of the shape drawn on the centimetre-squared grid below. 37. Circle the net which could make the cube shown. 38. Write a letter fromA to H inclusive in each box in the diagram below.Each letter should be used exactly once.Consecutive letters are not allowed to touch either at an edge or a corner.For example, B cannot touch C or A at either an edge or a corner. 39. The time in Sri Lanka is 4 hours ahead of London.For example, when it is 3 p.m. in London, it is 7.30 p.m. in Sri Lanka.(a) What time is it in London when it is 1.15 p.m. in Sri Lanka? The time in New York is 5 hours behind the time in London.Bill’s journey from New York to Sri Lanka takes exactly 30 hours.Bill leaves New York on Wednesday at 19:40(b) On which day and at what time does Bill arrive in Sri Lanka? 40. Each letter in the words below represents a number less than 10The values of the letters in each word are then multiplied together to give the resultshown.Given that BAT = 90, LET = 168 and BET = 105, what is the value of TABLE? 41. On a game show, there are 3 doors.Behind one door, there is £1000 and behind another, there is a spider!Behind the other door there is nothing.Each door has a notice. However, only one notice is true.Behind which door is £1000? Time is Up!