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Question 1 of 37
1. Question
13). Complete the diagram so that the 3 numbers in each line add up to 180.

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Question 2 of 37
2. Question
29). Calculate the size of angle x in the isosceles triangle below.
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Question 3 of 37
3. Question
14). Type the correct numbers in the 2 blank boxes given in the number line shown below.

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B:
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Question 4 of 37
4. Question
30. What shape is this called?
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Question 5 of 37
5. Question
15). What fraction of the diagram provided below is shaded?
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Question 6 of 37
6. Question
31. The diagram shows to identical squares. The coordinates of point A = (10 , 10).
What are the coordinates of point B and point C?
B: ( )
C: ( )
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Question 7 of 37
7. Question
16). How much less than 1000 is 10 x 99.8?
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Question 8 of 37
8. Question
32). What is the volume of a cube that have 10cm side by side?
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Question 9 of 37
9. Question
(1). Round off 2359 to the nearest hundreds.
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Question 10 of 37
10. Question
17). Express 90 cm as a percentage of 1.2 m.
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Question 11 of 37
11. Question
33. Hasnah collected information about the colours of some cars parked at her school’s parking area.

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B:
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Question 12 of 37
12. Question
(2). Add the following numbers.
856 + 723 + 432
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Question 13 of 37
13. Question
18). Given that a = 2 and b = 3. Calculate a^3 + b^2.
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Question 14 of 37
14. Question
34). Aaron takes the temperature at midday on the first day of each month.
The graph shows his results from January to December.
A. Which month is having the highest temperature?
B. Find the average temperature for the months of March, July, October and November.
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Question 15 of 37
15. Question
(3). Simplify:
45.3 x 6 = ______
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Question 16 of 37
16. Question
19). Farana has 5 identical blocks. She balances them on the scale with 2 weights. One weight weighs 500 grams with the 5 identical block. The other one weighs 800 grams. Calculate the weight of one block.
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Question 17 of 37
17. Question
35. The table below shows the amount of money spent by 3 boys during a book fair.

A. What is the average amount of money spent by each boy?
B. 5 boys had spent an average of $55. Find the total amount of money they had spent.
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Question 18 of 37
18. Question
(4). Evaluate:
36 / 9 + 7 x 3
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Question 19 of 37
19. Question
20). In this sequence, each number is double the previous number. Type in the missing numbers.

3, 6, , 24, 48
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Question 20 of 37
20. Question
36). Plastic cups are sold in packs of 8. Ahmad needs 27 cups. Estimate how many packs must he buy?
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Question 21 of 37
21. Question
(5). Arrange in ascending order.

5/6

1/3

1/2
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Question 22 of 37
22. Question
21). The figure below shows a 1 cm square grid. Some of the grid are shaded.
What fraction of the figure is shaded?
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Question 23 of 37
23. Question
37). There are 30 paper plates in a pack. Ahmad buy 2 packs. He uses 43 plates. How many plates are left?
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Question 24 of 37
24. Question
(6). The figure below is a square of side 8cm. What is the area of the shaded region?
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Question 25 of 37
25. Question
22). The figure below shows a 1 cm square grid. Some of the grid are shaded.
Express your answer in the simplest form?
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Question 26 of 37
26. Question
7). 4 cards are numbered as shown below.
Choose two cards each time to form any twodigit numbers.
What is a multiple of 9?
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Question 27 of 37
27. Question
23. The figure below is made up from an equilateral triangle and a square.
The perimeter of the equilateral triangle is 24 cm.
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Question 28 of 37
28. Question
8). 4 cards are numbered as shown below.
Choose two cards each time to form any twodigit numbers.
What is a square number?
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Question 29 of 37
29. Question
24. A washing machine priced at $750 was sold for $600. Calculate the percentage discount given.
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Question 30 of 37
30. Question
9). 4 cards are numbered as shown below.
Choose two cards each time to form any twodigit numbers.
What is a factor of 96?
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Question 31 of 37
31. Question
25. Nancy has some starshaped tiles. Each edge of a tile is 5 centimetres long.
She arranges two tiles together to form a new pattern as shown below.
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Question 32 of 37
32. Question
10. Adib has 45 beans. He planted 3 beans in each of his pots. How many pots does he need?
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Question 33 of 37
33. Question
26. Which picture is right if you were to continue the tessellation below with only drawing 3 more of such shapes?
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Question 34 of 37
34. Question
11). Jasmin put 4 mangoes in each of her baskets. She uses 6 baskets and has 1 mango left over. How many mangoes did she start with?
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Question 35 of 37
35. Question
27. Name the solid of the figure below.
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Question 36 of 37
36. Question
12). Fatimah is 34 years old and her daughter is 10 years old. How old will Fatimah be when her daughter is 18 years old?
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Question 37 of 37
37. Question
28. How many faces does the figure below have?
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