The Haberdasher Aske’s Boys’ School 11 Entrance Examination 2016 MATHEMATICS Online Quiz view all papers Welcome to your THE HABERDASHER'S ASKE'S BOYS' SCHOOL 11+ Entrance Examination 2016 1. Add: 36 + 276353366662 2. Subtract: 53 - 143949413136 3. Multiply: 56 x 8428448460348488 4. Divide: 108 ÷ 43228272933 5. Find the cost of downloading 5 apps if each one costs £2.981814.915.924.920 6. Work out the sum of: 9, 99, 999 and 9999 %BLANK%1000011106110001110111110 7. Divide 3 by 0.532658 8. Shade 15% of this shape 9. There is an even chance that I will pick a toffee from a large bag of sweets containing toffees, jellies and chocolates.If the bag contains 17 jellies and 8 chocolates, how many toffees are there?17202589 10. The total attendance at Premier League football matches last season was 13,766,753 Round this number to the nearest ten thousand.13000000138000001370000013770000None of the above 11. Pens cost 7p each and pencils cost 5p each. I buy some pens and pencils which cost 55p exactly. How many of each did I buy?6 pens & 5 pencils5 pens & 4 pencils3 pens & 4 pencils8 pens & 6 pencils4 pens & 5pencils 12. Use the fact that 96,815 x 123 = 11,908,245 to work out 96,816 x 1231190824511909255119084641190836311890836 13. Fill in the spaces with one of + , - , x , ÷ to make each statement correct 8 2 = 5 2 4 3 = 60 5 14. The three-digit number shown below can be divided by 3 without a remainder. Fill in the box to show the largest possible value that the last digit could be. 83795 15. At a busy railway station trains leave from platform 5 every 6 minutes and from platform 8 every 10 minutes. Trains leave from both platforms at 15:57. When do trains next leave both platforms at the same time?16:2716:1516:0016:2016:10 16. The price of a one-day ticket to a theme park is £37.60. Joe buys a ticket and experiences 8 rides during the day. Work out the average cost per ride.2.73.744.75 Rishi pays an additional £31 for a special pass which gives front of line access to all rides throughout the day. He experiences 14 rides. Does the special pass provide value for money? Give reasons for your answer. 17. Draw lines to link each object to its correct height. 18. Mrs Catchpole gives the following instructions to her Year 6 class: Savan follows Mrs Catchpole’s instructions starting with the number 23. Work out Savan’s final answer.100200140150180 Richard obtains a final answer of 0. What number might he have thought of?Give all possibilities. 11, 138, 1013, 1514, 1617, 20 19. Write the words, square, rectangle, parallelogram, trapezium, kite and rhombus in the spaces below. List all possible quadrilaterals from the list above which have the following properties:Diagonals are of equal length. There is exactly one pair of parallel sides. Opposite angles are equal but are not right angles. 20. A group of 48 children are asked to choose their favourite subject from a list of three: English, Mathematics and Science. The results are displayed on a pie chart: What fraction of the group chose English?\[\frac{1}{2}\]\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{3}\]\[\frac{4}{1}\]\[\frac{3}{1}\] If 33 \[\frac{1}{3}\] % chose Mathematics work out the angle of the Mathematics sector.9010012080140 How many children chose Science? 21. If it is a cold rainy day then I wear a raincoat. If it is a warm rainy day then I carry an umbrella. If I wear my raincoat then I also wear either gloves or a hat but not both. If I carry an umbrella I always wear gloves and sometimes wear my hat as well. I never carry an umbrella and wear my raincoat on the same day. For each of the following, state whether it is definitely true, false or uncertain. It is a warm rainy day. I wear my raincoat and a hat. It is a warm rainy day. I carry my umbrella and wear a hat but no gloves. It is a cold rainy day. I wear my raincoat, hat and no gloves. 22. A sunflower seed takes a week to germinate after it has been sown in the ground. After germination it grows the same number centimetres each day. Maya sows a sunflower seed. She measures the height of the plant at midday on the 16th August and again at midday on the 21st August. These two measurements are recorded as 48 cm and 68 cm respectively. Work out the height of the plant at midday on September 2nd. %BLANK% cm110120116100112 On what date did Maya sow the seed in the ground? 16th August21st August28th July28th JuneNone of the above 23. The diagram shows a scale drawing of a rectangular school playground. The distance between consecutive marks shown on the diagram is 25 metres. Work out the distance along the side AB.80605010075 Work out the perimeter of the playground.350150250125450 Ginny runs round and round the perimeter of the playground in a clockwise direction. She starts at the bottom left-hand corner labelled A on the diagram. Given that she runs a total distance of 1900 m, draw a cross on the diagram to show where she finishes her run. 24. Write down the time shown on this clock. 8:308:358:258:008:15 Alice looks at this clock in a mirror. Draw the hands on the clock face below to show the image that Alice sees. On another day Alice looks at the clock in the mirror and, without thinking, says that the time is 11:30. What time is it really?11:3012:301:3011:0012:00 25. Once upon a time, in the Ancient Wizarding World of Haberdasher’s One pound = 20 shillings One shilling = 12 pence A large Margarine-beer costs 1 pound 4 shillings and 9 pence. A small Margarine-beer costs 14 shillings and 5 pence Work out the difference in price between a small and large beer. Give your answer in shillings and pence.8 shillings, 5 pence5 shillings, 2 pence10 shillings, 4 pence11 shillings, 6 pence15 shillings, 8 pence Work out the total cost of one large and two small beers.Give your answer in pounds, shillings and pence.6 pounds,18 shillings,10 pence2 pounds,13 shillings,7 pence4 pounds,8 shillings,6 pence3 pounds,9 shillings,10 pencenone of the above 26. An empty jug is filled with water at a constant rate. The graph shows how the height, h of the level of water varies over time, t, as the jug fills up. For each of the following jugs draw the graph which shows how the height of water varies with time. 27. Helen works out the width of the base and the area of each of the following four shapes and then draws a corresponding blob showing these measurements on a graph. Label four of the blobs on the graph with the letters A, B, C and D. Draw a possible right-angled triangle, E, which corresponds to the remaining blob on the graph. 28. The diagram shows the one-way cycle paths in a park. Work out the total number of possible routes to go from A to C, from A to D. from A to E8 from A to C & 15 from A to D & 70 from A to E10 from A to C & 35 from A to D & 47 from A to E6 from A to C & 25 from A to D & 57 from A to E12 from A to C & 20from A to D & 50 from A to E15 from A to C & 22 from A to D & 67 from A to E 29. A sequence of numbers which get multiplied (or divided) by a fixed amount each time is called a geometric progression (GP). For example, the sequence 1st term = 6, 2nd term = 12, 3rd term = 24, 4th term = 48 is a GP because you multiply by 2 to go from one term to the next. The 1st term of a GP is 8 and the 2nd term is 24. Work out the 3rd term.4864728160 The 1st term of a GP is 20 million and the 2nd term is 2 million. Work out the 9th term. The 1st term of a GP is 8 and the 3rd term is 200. Work out the 2nd term. 30. Snow White and the seven dwarves work in a mining company. As Chief Executive, Snow White earns as much as all the dwarves put together. Sneezy gets 24 gold galleons a day. Sleepy earns 50% more than Happy. Bashful earns twice as much as Grumpy who earns one more galleon than Sneezy. Doc gets 24 galleons a day more than Dopey and between them they get four times that of Sneezy. Sleepy earns seven-eighths of Sneezy’s salary. Complete the table below to work out how much Snow White earns in a day. Gold Galleons Bashful Doc Dopey Grumpy Happy Sleepy Sneezy Snow White Snow White earns galleons Time is Up! Time's up