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Ma
Mathematics test
KEY STAGE

3
TIER

3–5

Paper 1
Calculator not allowed
First name Last name School

2009

Remember
The test is 1 hour long. You must not use a calculator for any question in this test. You will need: pen, pencil, rubber, ruler, tracing paper and mirror (optional). This test starts with easier questions. Try to answer all the questions. Write all your answersand working on the test paper – do not use any rough paper. Marks may be awarded for working. Check your work carefully. Ask your teacher if you are not sure what to do.

TOTAL MARKS

Instructions
Answers This means write down your answer or show your working and write down your answer.

Calculators You must not use a calculator to answer any question in this test.

KS3/09/Ma/Tier 3–5/P12

Circle totals

1.

In the diagram, three circles in a straight line must add up to 100 Write in the missing numbers.

40

35

20

45

10
2 marks

KS3/09/Ma/Tier 3–5/P1

3

Dishes

2.

In a restaurant, the colour of each dish shows how much the food in it costs. The table shows the different colours and costs.

Colour of dish Green Blue Red Orange Pink

Cost£1.50 £2.00 £2.50 £3.00 £3.50

(a)

Meera pays for two blue dishes and two pink dishes. Altogether, how much did they cost?

£
1 mark

(b)

Victor pays for one green, one red and one pink dish. He pays with a £10 note. How much change should he get?

£
2 marks

KS3/09/Ma/Tier 3–5/P1

4

(c)

Rachel pays for two dishes that cost exactly £4.50 altogether. What colours could herdishes be? There are two possible answers. Write them both.

colours:

and
1 mark

or colours:

and
1 mark

KS3/09/Ma/Tier 3–5/P1

5

Five squares

3.

(a)

This diagram has one line of symmetry. Draw the line of symmetry on the diagram below.

Square grid
1 mark

(b)

Here is the same diagram after a quarter-turn clockwise.

Square grid

Complete the diagram belowto show it after another quarter-turn clockwise.

Square grid
1 mark

KS3/09/Ma/Tier 3–5/P1

6

Javelin

4.

At a school sports day, nine pupils threw the javelin.
3

In the diagram, each cross shows where one throw landed.

0m 5m 10m 15m 20m 25m

(a)

One throw was between 15m and 20m long. About how long was this throw?

m
1 mark

(b)

How many throws were between10m and 15m long?

1 mark

(c)

About how much further was the longest throw than the shortest throw?

m
1 mark

KS3/09/Ma/Tier 3–5/P1

7

Digit cards

5.

Look at the digit cards numbered from 1 to 9

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Use the digit cards to complete the calculations below. You can use each card more than once.

+

=

1 mark

×

=
1 mark–

=
1 mark

÷

=
1 mark

KS3/09/Ma/Tier 3–5/P1

8

Heights

6.

Here is a picture of Fred standing outside his house.

(a)

Which measurement below is most likely to be Fred’s height? Put a ring round the correct answer.

0.8 metres

1.8 metres

2.8 metres

3.8 metres
1 mark

(b)

Which measurement below is most likely to be the height of Fred’s house? Puta ring round the correct answer.

1 metre

7 metres

17 metres

27 metres
1 mark

KS3/09/Ma/Tier 3–5/P1

9

Change

7.

(a)

Kate has one 10p coin, one 50p coin and some 20p coins. Altogether she has £1.20 How many 20p coins does she have?

1 mark

(b)

Show the different ways of making £1.60 using two 50p coins, and 20p and 10p coins. The first way is done for you.Number of 50p coins First way: 2

Number of 20p coins 3

Number of 10p coins 0

Second way:

2

Third way:

2

Fourth way:

2
2 marks

KS3/09/Ma/Tier 3–5/P1

10

Doctors

8.

In a survey, people were asked: How good is your doctor?

The pie chart shows the results. Key: Very good Satisfactory Poor Very poor Don’t know

(a)

About what percentage of the people...
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