# Cambridge Primary Checkpoint Maths P1 Specimen Mark Scheme

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint
MATHEMATICS
0845/01
For Examination from 2012
Paper 1
SPECIMEN MARK SCHEME
45 minutes
MAXIMUM MARK: 40
This document consists of 7 printed pages and 1 blank page.
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Mark
1
Further Information
15 hundreds
150 tens
Both must be correct for the award of the
mark.
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Total
1
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2
Part
Mark
(a)
1
1096
(b)
1
9100
Total
2
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3
Part
Mark
2
Total
2
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4
Part
Mark
(a)
1
(b)
1
Total
2
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5
Part
Mark
1
Total
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60 ÷ 10 to 6
30 ÷ 3 to 10
28 ÷ 4 to 7
Award 2 marks for all 3 correct.
Award 1 mark for 2 correct.
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14
16
Both correct = 1 mark.
bar drawn to 7
Accept bar drawn between the grid lines
representing 6 and 8.
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1
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1
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Part
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1
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1
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Part
Mark
(a)
1
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25 (grams)
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1708
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2:03 or 14:03 or three
minutes past two
Accept any correct indication.
Accept:
02:03
2.03 am
2.03 pm
Do not accept:
2:3
2 hours 3 minutes
(b)
1
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2
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Mark
1
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9:21 pm
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The first triangle on the left should not be
ticked.
It is not an isosceles triangle.
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(a)
1
(b)
1
Keisha
(c)
1
4
12
Total
3
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11
Part
Mark
1
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70
Accept any number between 65 and 75
inclusive.
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Total
1
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12
Part
Mark
(a)
1
10.29
(b)
1
572
(c)
1
57
Total
3
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Mark
(a)
1
(1, 3)
(b)
1
Plot D at (4, 3)
Total
2
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The rectangle does not need to be drawn for
the award of the mark.
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14
Part
Mark
2
×
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Award 2 marks for 4 correct entries in table.
Award 1 mark for 2 or 3 correct entries in table.
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63
3
15
Total
2
Question
15
Part
Mark
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(a)
1
73 (mm)
Accept answers in the range 71 to 75 mm
inclusive.
(b)
1
145 (cm)
Accept answers in the range 144 to 146 cm
inclusive.
(c)
1
1500 (m)
Total
3
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16
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Mark
1
Total
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Pair 2 are perpendicular Both sentences must be correct for the award
lines.
of the mark.
Pair 1 are parallel lines.
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17
Part
Mark
(a)
1
24.5
(b)
1
2.4
Total
2
Question
18
Part
Mark
1
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4
5
Total
1
Question
19
Part
Mark
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(a)
1
9 or 39
If more than one answer is given, both must be
correct.
(b)
1
9 or 49
If more than one answer is given, both must be
correct.
(c)
1
19 or 29
If more than one answer is given, both must be
correct.
(d)
1
19
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4
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Mark
1
Total
-10
-4
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0
4
14
1
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1
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square-based pyramid
Accept pyramid.
Do not accept triangular pyramid.
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1
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(a)
1
any two different decimals
that sum to 1
e.g. 0.1 + 0.9
0.25 + 0.75
(b)
1
0.01 and 9.99
Accept any clear indication of the correct
numbers.
Total
2
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Part
Mark
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‘The number 11’ joined to
‘impossible’.
1
both correct = 1 mark
‘An odd number’ joined to
‘even chance’.
Total
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