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MATHS-Yr-7-S1-2018-Exam

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Year 7 Mathematics Examination
SEMESTER 1 2018
QUESTION AND ANSWER BOOKLET
STUDENT NAME:
TEACHER:
DATE:
TIME ALLOWED FOR THIS PAPER
Reading time before commencing work: 10 minutes
Working time for this paper: 90 minutes
MATERIAL TO BE PROVIDED BY THE
SUPERVISOR
 This Question/Answer Booklet
MATERIAL TO BE PROVIDED BY THE
CANDIDATE
 Pen/pencil for answering questions.
 Erasing stationery.
 Up to two scientific calculators.
 Written notes on one unfolded A4 sized
paper; can be double-sided.
TOTAL QUESTIONS:
TOTAL MARKS: 76
Section 1:
NON-CALCULATOR (40
Minutes)
22 questions, 26 marks
Section 2:
CALCULATOR (50 Minutes)
25 questions, 50 marks
AT THE END OF THE EXAMINATION
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Section 1: NON-CALCULATOR Multiple Choice (Total 15 Marks)
1.
(1)
What is the difference between 87 and 15?
62
75
77
72
2.
(1)
The place value of 7 in 213 736 is:
7 tens
7 hundreds
3 hundreds
7 thousands
3.
(1)
651 rounded to the nearest 100 is
500
600
700
650
4.
(1)
A square has a perimeter of 20 mm. What is the area of the square?
400 mm2
40 mm2
80 mm
2
25 mm2
5.
(1)
Find the LCM of the following group of numbers. (1, 2, 3, 4)
1
6
16
12
6.
(1)
6  6  6  6  6 can be simplified to:
65
30
630
54
7.
(1)
A bag of marbles contains 6 blue marbles, 2 green marbles and 2 red marbles. A marble is
chosen at random. The probability that the marble selected is blue is:
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.6
8.
(1)
Which figure below has
3
7
shaded ?
9.
(1)
Both letters of the word “TO” are written separately on two cards. What is the chance of
picking a card with the letter “O” if one card is picked at random?
2
0.2
1
3
0.5
10.
(1)
The highest common factor (HCF) of 16 and 24 is:
4
16
6
8
11.
(1)
Which one of the following fractions are not equivalent to
6
12
6
4
8
2
3
2
12.
150
100
(1)
Which solid below is a cone?
13
(1)
Which equation is correct?
3 + 1 = 4
10
5 15
3
10
1
5
5
10
+ =
3 + 1 = 4
10
5 50
3 + 1 = 4
10
5
10
4
14.
(1)
How much do you need to add to -16 to get to 8?
-8
8
24
-24
15
(1)
4  1000 + 8  100 is the expanded form of:
4800
480
480000
5
4008
Short Answer Section Non-Calculator (Total 11 Marks)
16.
(2)
Find the perimeter of each of these shapes.
a)
b)
17.
(2)
What is the area of a the following shapes:
4cm
7m
5cm
7m
a)
b)
18.
(1)
Phil hits 137 runs and Mario hits 19 runs. How many more runs did Phil hit compared to
Mario?
6
19.
(2)
Fill in the empty boxes to make the following fraction equations correct.
a)
5
+
1
3
=5
b)
20.
9
8
− 10 = 10
(1)
Leon is 6 years older than Sam, Jamie is 5 years older than Leon, and the total of their ages is
43. How old is Sam?
21.
(1)
What is the largest four-digit number you can write if each digit must be different and no
digit may be prime?
22.
(2)
John is climbing up a steep hill to play FORTNITE with his friend. When he is 5 m above his
starting point, he slips back 2 m, then climbs 7 m more. How far above his starting point is
he?
STOP
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Section 2: CALCULATOR (Total 50 Marks)
1.
(1)
A family fills their pool with a hose. In 1 hour the hose pumps 5 litres of water. How much
water is in the pool after 6 days?
760L
720L
7200L
72mL
2.
(1)
The area of a square is 25cm2. If the length of each side is doubled, what is the area now?
50cm2
625cm2
100cm2
324cm2
3.
(1)
A rectangle has a total perimeter of 30 cm. If the width is 5cm the length must be:
4 cm
6 cm
20 cm
10 cm
4.
(1)
The numbers –6 and 4 are marked on the number line below. What is the third number
(labelled A) which is marked on the number line?
-4
2
-2
8
-1
5.
(1)
Ten cards are numbered from 1 to 10, shuffled and placed face down on a table. If a card is
selected at random, what is the probability that the card selected is greater than 7?
0.20
0.30
0.50
0.90
6.
(1)
The answer to [2 + 3´ (7 - 4)]¸11 is?
15
1.36
3.65
1
7.
(1)
The area of this triangle is:
12 m2
84 m2
54 m2
90 m2
8.
(1)
When 317 is divided by 9 the answer correct to two decimal places is:
35.00
35.2
35.222
9
3.22
9.
(1)
Which group of numbers contains every factor of 60?
2,3,4,5,10,12,15,60
2,3,4,5,10,12,15,20,30
1,2,3,4,5,10,12,15,20,30
1,2,3,4,5,6,10,12,15,20,30,60
10.
(1)
Use order of operations to find the answers
(5+5)×3–(8–7)
22
35
20
29
11.
(1)
1
1
of the pizza, Krystal eats of the pizza and
4
5
Michael eats the rest. What fraction of the pizza does Michael eat?
Three teachers share a pizza. Craig eats
1
11
3
2
20
20
5
4
12.
(1)
60
can be written as?
14
3
5
11
15
10
4
10
2
7
7
15
30
Short Answer Section Calculator (38 marks)
13.
(3)
What is the area of this shape? (show working)
4m
2.5 m
12 m
14.
(2)
Write the next three terms in each of the following sequences.
a)
3, 5, 7, 9, ______, ______, ______
b)
65, 57, 49, 41, ______, ______, ______
15.
(3)
Andrew has 25 games, four of which are sports games and the rest are strategy games. He
chooses a game at random and selects a sport game. What is the probability of this
happening? Write you answer as a fraction, decimal and percentage.
Fraction Answer
Decimal Answer
11
Percentage Answer
16.
(4)
Jamieson shared a pizza with some friends. He ate the shaded slices.
a)
What fraction of the pizza did Jamieson eat? __________________________
b)
What percentage of the pizza did Jamieson eat? _______________________
c)
What fraction of the pizza did his friends eat? __________________________
d)
What percentage of the pizza did his friends eat? _______________________
17.
(3)
In the space below write three pairs of fractions with different denominators with the
symbols (<, = or >) in between that make true mathematical statements.
For example:
a)
b)
4
1
>2
5
c)
18.
(3)
Evaluate the following:
a)
3 4

5 5
b)
6 1

7 3
12
c)
1 3

2 8
19.
(2)
Use order of operations to answer these problems.
a) 5 + 4  7
________________________________________________
________________________________________________
________________________________________________
b) 3 + 2  (8 – 2)  4
________________________________________________
20.
(2)
Write each of the following in expanded form, then evaluate.
a) 53
b) 114
21.
(2)
Write each of the following in index form.
a) 3 × 3 × 3
b) 22 × 22 × 22 × 22 x 22 x 22
22.
(1)
Re-write the numbers 20, -6, 80, 2, -8, -19 in ascending order.
13
23.
(4)
Find the area the composite shape. Show full working
24.
(4)
Show all working
a)Find the volume of this box
b) How many of these boxes would fit inside a 1𝑚3 container?
14
25.
(1,2,1,1)
A rectangular swimming pool is 8m long and 3m wide. A path 1m wide is to be laid around
the pool.
a) Draw a diagram to show the pool and surrounding path.
b) Calculate the area of the path.
c) The square paving slabs that will be used for the path are 1m in length, how many square
paving slabs will you need to use?
d) Each paving slab cost $4.75. What will it cost to buy the required number of paving slabs?
15
END OF EXAM
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