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MARKS PAGE 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 TOTAL CALCULATOR NOT ALLOWED MATHEMATICS KEY STAGE 2 2003 TEST A LEVELS 3–5 First Name Last Name School

Work as quickly and as carefully as you can. You have45 minutesfor this test. If you cannot do one of the questions, go on to the next one. You can come back to it later, if you have time. If you finish before the end, go back and check your work. Follow the instructions for each question carefully. This shows where you need to put the answer. If you need to do working out, you can use any space on a page. Some questions have an answer box like this: For these questions you may get a mark for showing your working. Instructions Yo umay notuse a calculator to answer any questions in this test.

4 Write in the missing numbers. = 4 t 600120 = p 55 1 Jamie is cooking pasta. He weighs 350 grams of pasta. Draw an arrow on the scale to show 350 grams. 2 „ 1a 1 mark „ 1b 1 mark „ 2 1 mark

Total out of 5 5 Complete the diagram below to make a shape that is symmetrical about the mirror line. Use a ruler. mirror line 3 Which of these numbers give 80whenrounded to thenearest 10? Circle all the correct numbers. 84 87 72 76 90 4 „ 3 1 mark „ 4 1 mark

6 Calculate 309–198 5 This table shows how many journeys a taxi driver made on five days and how much money he collected. How much money did he collect on the day that he made the most journeys? How much more money did he collect on Monday than on Wednesday?£ £ 6 „ 5 1 mark „ 6a 1 mark „ 6b 1 mark

Total out of 5 7 Here is a grid with eight squares shaded in. Shade in two more squares to make a symmetrical pattern. 7 Each of these bags contains £1.60 Each bag contains only one type of coin. Complete this table to show how many coins are in each bag. One has been done for you. 8 „ 7 1 mark „ 8 1 mark

8 Tom and Nadia have 16 cards each. Tom gives Nadia 12of his cards. How many cards do Tom and Nadia each have now? Lucy also has 16 cards. She gives a quarterof her cards to Kiran. How many cards does Lucy give to Kiran? To m Nadia 9 „ 9a 1 mark „ 9b 1 mark

Total out of 4 9 10 Here is a repeating pattern of shapes. Each shape is numbered. The pattern continues in the same way. Write the numbers of the next two starsin the pattern. Complete this sentence. Shape number 35 will be a circle because ... 12 345 67 8910 and „ 10 a 1 mark „ 10 b 1 mark

10 Martin has some bricks. They are 12cm long, 6cm high and 6cm deep. He builds this tower with fivebricks. How tall is the tower? Each brick is 12cm long. Martin makes a line of bricks 132cm long. How many bricks does he use? cm 11 „ 11 a 1 mark „ 11 b 1 mark

Total out of 5 11 A bottle holds 1 litreof lemonade. Rachel fills 5glasses with lemonade. She puts 150 millilitresin each glass. How much lemonade is left in the bottle? ml 12 2 13 Calculate 2307 t 8 „ 12ii 2 marks „ 12i „ 13 1 mark

12 Some children ran in two races on sports day. Here are their times. Who finished the 100m race in secondplace? In the 800m race, how many seconds did Barry finish ahead of Elise? seconds 14 „ 14a 1 mark „ 14b 1 mark

Total out of 4 13 15 These diagrams show the diagonalsof threequadrilaterals. Write the names of the quadrilaterals in the boxes. „ 15ii 2 marks „ 15i

14 16 Here are four digit cards. Choose two cards each time to make the following two-digit numbers. The first one is done for you. an even number a multiple of 9 a square number a factor of 96 2 5 1 2 5 7 „ 16ii 2 marks „ 16i

Total out of 5 15 The first two numbers in this sequence are 2.1 and 2.2 The sequence then follows the rule ‘to get the next number, add the two previous numbers’ Write in the next two numbers in the sequence. 2.1 2.2 4.3 6.5 17 Here is a rectangle with 13 identical shaded squares inside it. What fraction of the rectangle is shaded? 18 „ 17ii 2 marks „ 17i „ 18 1 mark

16 A packet contains 1.5 kilogramsof guinea pig food. Remi feeds her guinea pig 30 gramsof food each day. How many days does the packet of food last? days 19 An isosceles triangle has a perimeter of 12cm. One of its sides is 5cm. What could the length of each of the other two sides be? Two different answers are possible. Give bothanswers. cm and cm cm and cm 20 „ 19ii 2 marks „ 19 i „ 20ii 2 marks „ 20i

Total out of 6 17 The pie charts show the results of a school’s netball and football matches. The netball team played 30games. The football team played 24games. Estimate the percentage of games that the netball team lost. David says, ‘The two teams won the same number of games’. Is he correct? Circle Yes or No. Explain how you know. Ye s / N o % 21 „ 21a 1 mark „ 21b 1 mark

18 What are the coordinates of point C? ( , ) Here is a pentagon drawn on a coordinate grid. The pentagon is symmetrical. 23 Write in the missing number. 50 } = 2.5 22 „ 22 1 mark „ 23 1 mark

Total out of 4 19 Debbie has a pack of cards numbered from 1 to 20 She picks four different number cards. Exactly three of the four numbers are multiples of 5 Exactly three of the four numbers are even numbers. All four of the numbers add up to less than 40 Write what the numbers could be. ? ? ? ? 25 Three-quarters of a number is 48 What is the number? 24 „ 24 1 mark „ 25 1 mark

20 30children are going on a trip. It costs £5including lunch. Some children take their own packed lunch. They pay only £3 The 30 children pay a total of £110 How many children are taking their own packed lunc h? children 26 „ 26ii 2 marks „ 26i

Total out of 2 21 End of test

254910 © Qualifications and Curriculum Authority 2003 QCA key stage 2 team, 83 Piccadilly, London W1J 8QA Order refs: QCA/03/1013 (pupil pack) QCA/03/1009 (mark schemes pack)