# Mathematics IGCSE Cambridge year 4 2023

```Cambridge Primary Progression Test
Mathematics paper 1
Stage 4
Name ………………………………………………….……………………….
Calculators are not allowed.
Answer all questions in the spaces provided on the question paper.
You should show all your working on the question paper.
The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question.
The total number of marks for this paper is 70.
1. Hassan shaded in grey these numbers on a hundred square. The numbers form a
pattern.
a. What is Hassan’s rule for finding the next number?
[1]
……………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………
b. What is the next number in his pattern?
[1]
……………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………
2. The sequence 10, 16, 22, …… continues in the same way. Write the next two
numbers in the sequence
[2]
-------------, ---------------
3. The rule for a sequence of numbers is add 3 each time.
1,4,7,10,13, ……….
The sequence continues in the same way. Circle the numbers that are not in the
sequence.
[4]
22
28
33
40
4. Fill in the missing numbers.
a. 358 x 100 =
b. 788 x 100 =
51
55
60
66
[4]
c. 3000 &divide; 100 =
d. 400 &divide; 100 =
5. Here is part of a number sequence. The first number is missing.
[2]
Write the missing number.
6. Circle the number that is five thousand and five.
50,005
5,050
5,005
5,550
7. Here are four number cards.
Write the letter of the card that is the answer to:
a. 85 x 10 ……….
b. 5800 &times; 100 ………
c. 5800 &divide; 100 ………
d. 580 &divide; 10 ……….
[2]
[5]
e. 50800 &divide; 100 ……
8. Write the missing numbers.
a.
[4]
2 years = …… weeks
b. 1 hour = ……..minutes
c. …… months = 1 year
d. 1 week = …….days
9. Fill in the missing numbers.
[4]
10. Circle the digital time that shows the same time as this analogue clock.
3:15
3:45
9:15
9:45
[1]
11. Use any of the cards to make:
[6]
0 2 5 6
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
A number more than 50. ______
A number less than 30. _______
Two different even numbers. ______, ______
Two different odd numbers. ________
A number between 15 and 25. ________
12. James buys 4 boxes of jelly beans. There are 16 flavours of jelly bean. Each box has 5 jelly
beans of each flavour. How many Jelly beans has James bought in total?
[2]
13. Put &gt; or &lt; in each space to make them correct.
[2]
a) 1099 ____ 1100
b) -7 ___ 6
14. Write the missing number.
[6]
15. Here are six digits card.
[2]
16. Use the most efficient method to complete the following calculations.
[8]
a. 567+345
b. 890-79
c.
543+219
d. 543-219
17. Circle the number that is closest to 900.
925
891
911
[1]
808
950
18. Work out these calculations.
[9]
5+11= …………..
22+19=…………..
34+56= ……………
213+35= …………
432+79= ……….
876+432= …………
The sum of two odd numbers is always ……………..
The sum of two even numbers is always ……………..
The sum of one odd number and one even number is always ………………..
19. Look at the following numbers. Put all the even number and odd numbers in the correct box.
[4]
16
20
4
5
15
Even numbers
8
13
11
21
19
7
14
22
2
17
odd numbers
15
20. Here is a number square with two missing numbers. The numbers along each edge must add
up to 80. Write the missing numbers.
[2]
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