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Question 1 of 17
1. Question
2). Click the parallel lines shown in the following figure.
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Question 2 of 17
2. Question
3a). Use the quadrilateral below to answer the following questions.
What quadrilateral shape have 2 acute angles and all the sides are of equal length.
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Question 3 of 17
3. Question
3b). Use the quadrilateral below to answer the following questions.
What quadrilateral shape has more than one obtuse angle and has NO parallel sides.
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Question 4 of 17
4. Question
4). Here is a grid with squares shaded.
Click on the grid with a symmetrical pattern.
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Question 5 of 17
5. Question
5). The figure shows a compass pointing to northwest. What is the direction of the compass point after it rotates 180° about the center?
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Question 6 of 17
6. Question
6). Here is a repeating pattern of shapes. Each pattern is numbered.
What comes after the circle?
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Question 7 of 17
7. Question
7). Solve y,
6y – 8 = 10
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Question 8 of 17
8. Question
8). The area of square A is 25cm^2 and the area of square B is 81 cm^2. What is the difference in length of each side of the squares?
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Question 9 of 17
9. Question
9). Each brick measures 12 cm by 6 cm by 6 cm. Find the height of the bricks which are arranged as shown below.
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Question 10 of 17
10. Question
10). Arrange in sequence (or in the right order), starting with the smallest.

1/2m

20cm

25mm

3.5cm
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Question 11 of 17
11. Question
11). The Figure shows two triangles PQS and PRS. Calculate the area of the triangle PQR.
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Question 12 of 17
12. Question
12). Calculate the size of angle y in the figure.
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Question 13 of 17
13. Question
13). The figures show the number of pupils in Class Year 6A and Class Year 6B. Each class has 30 pupils.
There are more boys in Class Year 6A than in Class Year 6B.Calculate how many more boys there are in Class Year 6A than in Class Year 6B.
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Question 14 of 17
14. Question
14). The figure shows three types of food bought by Hirzi.
Calculate the number of cakes as a percentage of all the food.
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Question 15 of 17
15. Question
1a). The table below shows the times taken by 5 boys in two races on a sport day.
Who finished the 100m race in second place?
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Question 16 of 17
16. Question
15). The solid is made up of 1cm cubes. Find its volume in cm^3.
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Question 17 of 17
17. Question
1b). The table below shows the times taken by 5 boys in two races on a sport day.
What is the time taken by the last runner in the 800 m race?

minutes seconds
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