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MATHEMATICS
Paper 1
October 2019
45 minutes
Candidates answer on the Question Paper.
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The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question.
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The total number of marks for this paper is 40.
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Here is the timetable of a morning of sports activities.
Time
Activity
8:45
swimming
9:30
tennis
10:45
break
11:05
sailing
11:55
football
What is happening at 10:15?

2
Here are four units of length.
cm
km
mm
m
Choose the best unit for each measurement.
You must use each unit once only.
The length of a swimming pool.
The distance between two towns.
The length of a newborn baby.
The length of a fingernail.

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3
These nets will fold to make 3D shapes.
Join each net to the name of the 3D shape it makes.
cuboid
square-based pyramid
hexagonal prism
tetrahedron

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4
Here are some digit cards.
0
2
4
6
8
Use three of these digits to make this calculation correct.
&times;
= 240

5
Here is a number sequence.
It continues in the same way.
Complete the boxes.
3
12
21
30

6
Here is a number line.
460
560
What number is shown by the arrow (↓)?

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7
Lily has some cards showing digits and operations.
4
6
24
&times;
&divide;
She uses these cards to make a calculation.
4
&times;
6
=
24
Use the cards to make three different calculations.
=
=
=

8
Rajiv has 84 marbles.
Manjit has 68 marbles.
Rajiv gives some of his marbles to Manjit so they each have the same number of
marbles.
How many marbles does Rajiv give Manjit?
marbles 
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Mike says,
I am thinking of a four-digit number.
The hundreds digit is 2
The hundreds digit is double the units digit.
The thousands digit is 2 more than the tens digit.
All four digits total 15
What number is Mike thinking of?

10 Here is a picture of a signpost at Cherwell.
Alston
128 km
49 km
Hassan travels from Alston to Cherwell to Bradwell.
How far does he travel?
km
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11 Draw an arrow (↓) to show the position of 4 more than –5
–10 –9 –8 –7 –6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

12 Work out
(a) double 7.8

(b) half of 9.6

13 Complete the boxes to show what the digits in this number represent.
27.45
One has been done for you.
7
units
4
2
5

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14 Oliver takes 14 hours and 32 minutes to travel from Ayton to Plumpton by train.
He leaves Ayton at 05:45
What time does he arrive in Plumpton?

15
3
of a number is 24
4
What is the number?

16 A number is divisible by 8 if the number formed by the last three digits is divisible
by 8
Use this rule to show that 82 306 is not divisible by 8

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17 Here are three probability statements.
A
When I throw a fair coin it will land on heads.
B
Somebody will have a birthday on 30 February.
C
I will be older tomorrow.
Write the letter for each statement in the correct place on the probability scale.
no
chance
poor
chance
even
chance
good
chance
certain

18 Draw a ring around two numbers in the grid that add up to 10
3.8
4.4
7.2
5.6
6.6
5.4
6.2
2.4

19 Calculate 2.3 + 6.78

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20 For each number in the table, write a factor that is between 4 and 10
Number
Factor between 4 and 10
45
49
54

21 Here is an irregular shape drawn on a grid of squares.
Estimate the area of the shape.
squares
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22 Blessy has some identical square tiles.
6 cm
Not drawn
to scale
She uses three of the square tiles to make a rectangle.
Not drawn
to scale
What is the area of this rectangle?
cm2

23 Complete the table to show equivalent measurements.
The first one has been done for you.
1.24 m
124 cm
3.165 kg
g
4.2 l
ml
cm
273 mm

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24 Here is a bag of 100 coins.
The mass of each coin is 2.268 g.
What is the mass of the 100 coins?
g

25 Find the range of these numbers.
20
5
5
10
60
40
45

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26 Here is one side of a rectangle on a coordinate grid.
y
6
5
4
3
2
1
–6 –5 – 4 –3 –2 –1 0
–1
1
2
3
4
5
6
x
–2
–3
–4
–5
–6
A third vertex of the rectangle is at (3, 1).
(a) Plot the point (3, 1) on the grid.

(b) What are the coordinates of the fourth vertex of the rectangle?
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27 Here are some number facts.
1 &times; 17 = 17
2 &times; 17 = 34
4 &times; 17 = 68
8 &times; 17 = 136
Use these facts to calculate 13 &times; 17
You must show the answer and how you worked it out.

28 A sequence starts at 4.5 and decreases by 0.25 each time.
4.5
,
4.25
,
4
,
3.75
,
3.5
(a) Write down a term in the sequence that is between 1 and 0

(b) Write down the first negative number in the sequence.

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29 Gabriella travels to Denmark.
The graph shows how many Danish krone (kr) she gets for her American dollars (\$).
Conversion Graph
90
80
70
60
Danish
krone
(kr)
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
5
10
American dollars (\$)
15
How many krone does Gabriella get for \$20?
krone
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She pays with a \$10 note.
What is the cost of one orange?
cents

31 Chen says, ‘One third is equal to 0.3’
Is he correct?
Yes
No