# Y4.EXAM.T2

```Mathematics
Stage 4
Paper 1
2022
40 minutes
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INSTRUCTIONS
• You should show all your working on the question paper.
• You are not allowed to use a calculator.
INFORMATION
• The total mark for this paper is 30.
• The number of marks for each question or part question is shown in brackets [ ].
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Write six thousand and nine in figures.
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Here is a part of a sequence.
34,
24,
14,
…
The sequence continues in the same way.
Write the next two terms in the sequence.
,
3
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Write a different number in each box to make this statement correct.
5
+
8
9
=
8
+
8
8
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Complete the table of equivalent fractions and percentages.
Fractions
Percentages
50%
1%
3
4
%
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Here are five shapes.
rectangle
regular pentagon
parallelogram
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regular octagon
square
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Write the number of lines of symmetry for each shape on the answer lines.
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Here is a number line.
0
100
200
300
400
500
Hassan says, ‘The arrow shows an estimate of 320’
Explain why he is wrong.
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Class 4 counted the number of people in different places in a Leisure
Centre. They counted the people at 10 am and 2 pm.
The bar charts show their results.
Number of people
counted at 10 am
Number of people
counted at 2 pm
20
18
16
14
20
18
16
14
Number
12
of
10
people
8
6
4
2
0
Swimming Squash
courts
pool
Number
12
of
10
people
Gym
Caf&eacute;
Different places in
the Leisure Centre
•
8
6
4
2
0
Swimming Squash
pool
courts
Gym
Caf&eacute;
Different places in
the Leisure Centre
How many more people were in the gym at 10 am than at 2 pm?
People
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•
Suggest a reason why more people were in the caf&eacute; at 2 pm than at 10 am.
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Here are some cards.
 10
 100
 10
 100
Use two of the cards to complete the calculation.
= 78
780
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Draw lines to match the equivalent
calculations. One has been done for you.
6  40
485
36  5
665
16  15
568
6  30
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10 Lily measures 500 g of flour.
She adds 350 g of mixed dry fruit.
400 g
500 g
300 g
600 g
700 g
200 g
800 g
100 g
900 g
0g
1000 g
Draw an arrow on the scales to show the total mass.
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11 Here are six skittles.
525
437
138
213
547
113
Draw a ring around each of the three skittles that give a total of 898
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12 Write a number in each box to make the equivalent fractions correct.
1
2
16
3
18
4
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13 Complete this subtraction calculation.
4
–
7
1
7
2
8
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14 Five shapes are placed in a Carroll
diagram. The labels of the Carroll diagram
are missing.
................................
cylinder
................................
cone
.......................
triangular prism
cube
cuboid
.......................
Here are some labels.
5 or fewer vertices
5 or fewer faces
more than 5 vertices
0 edges
more than 5 faces
more than 10 edges
Use four of the labels to complete the Carroll diagram.
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15 What does the digit 3 represent in the number 13 645
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Here are five numbers.
Yuri rounds each number to the nearest 10 000
247 036
241 950
249 001
235 010
Draw a ring around each number that he rounds to 240 000
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