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Question 1 of 68
1. Question
Evaluate:
3.5 + 9.07 + 8
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Question 2 of 68
2. Question
Find the value of:
12 + 3 x 6 – 23
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Question 3 of 68
3. Question
Find the remainder when 952 is divided by 6.
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Question 4 of 68
4. Question
List all the factors of 27.

, , ,
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Question 5 of 68
5. Question
Evaluate:

/
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Question 6 of 68
6. Question
Express 0.44 as a fraction in its simplest form.

/
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Question 7 of 68
7. Question
List the first five multiples of 7.

, , , ,
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Question 8 of 68
8. Question
Express 72 minutes as a percentage of 2 hours.

%
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Question 9 of 68
9. Question
Find the value of g:
7g + 24 = 87

g =
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Question 10 of 68
10. Question
The numbers in the box are added up to 15 horizontally and vertically.
Choose the correct missing numbers in the box provided below.
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Question 11 of 68
11. Question
What is 89.8 x 10 less than 1000?
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Question 12 of 68
12. Question
Find the sum of the 5th multiple of 4 and the 7th multiple of 6.
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Question 13 of 68
13. Question
Given that x = 9 and y = 2
Calculate:
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Question 14 of 68
14. Question
Arianna used 2.8 metres of ribbon to make 7 bows.
What is the length of the ribbon used for each bow.
Give your answer in centimetres (cm).

cm
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Question 15 of 68
15. Question
The dotted line XY is a line of symmetry as shown in the figure below.
Shade 3 more triangles to complete the symmetrical pattern.
Choose the correct answer.
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Question 16 of 68
16. Question
Study the four diagrams that formed a pattern as shown below.
How many cups will there be in Diagram 6?

cups
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Question 17 of 68
17. Question
Hariz went to the supermarket to buy some mangoes.
The mangoes are sold in packs of 4.
He needs to buy 30 mangoes.
How many packs of mangoes does he need to buy?

packs
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Question 18 of 68
18. Question
The table below shows the number of stamps collected by three pupils.
The average number of stamps collected by the three pupils is 97.
How many stamps did Akmal collect?

stamps
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Question 19 of 68
19. Question
Julia reached school at 6:50 a.m. in the morning.
She was in school for 3 hours and 30 minutes.
At what time did she leave school?

: a.m.
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Question 20 of 68
20. Question
The diagram below shows a balance in equilibrium.
The parcel has a mass of 10 kg. All the 6 loads on the balance are of equal mass.
What is the mass in grams (g), of each load?

grams
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Question 21 of 68
21. Question
The grid below shows a map of a part of a town. Study it and answer the following questions.
What is the position of the cinema?
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Question 22 of 68
22. Question
The grid below shows a map of a part of a town. Study it and answer the following questions.
Name the place at B6.
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Question 23 of 68
23. Question
The grid below shows a map of a part of a town. Study it and answer the following questions.
What is the compass direction of the shop from the school?
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Question 24 of 68
24. Question
RSTUV is made up of an isosceles triangle RSV and a square STUV as shown in Figure 1.
Given that angle of RST is 143˚
Calculate the angle of SRV.

Angle of SRV = ˚
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Question 25 of 68
25. Question
The line graph below shows four types of sports played by the Year 6.
Each pupil plays only one sport.
Which sport has the second highest number of pupils?
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Question 26 of 68
26. Question
The line graph below shows four types of sports played by the Year 6.
Each pupil plays only one sport.
Write the ratio of the number of pupils that played netball to the number of pupils that played badminton?
(Write your answer in simplest form)

:
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Question 27 of 68
27. Question
The line graph below shows four types of sports played by the Year 6.
Each pupil plays only one sport.
Find the total number of pupils in Year 6.

pupils
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Question 28 of 68
28. Question
The line graph below shows four types of sports played by the Year 6.
Each pupil plays only one sport.
Calculate the percentage of pupils who played football.

%
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Question 29 of 68
29. Question
Two shirts and four similar dresses cost $140.
Four similar shirts and four similar dresses cost $180.
Find the cost of each dress.

$
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Question 30 of 68
30. Question
A shop sells trousers in four different sizes.
Table 2 shows the number of trousers sold in April.
50% of the total numbers of trousers sold were in size L and XL.
How many of the trousers sold were in size S?

trousers
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Question 31 of 68
31. Question
Below shows the price of oranges sold at the supermarket.
Siti, Farah and Ain shared the cost of 60 oranges in the ratio 1 : 2 : 2 respectively.
How much did Siti have to pay?

$
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Question 32 of 68
32. Question
Figure 2 below consists of a rectangle ABCD and a square AEFG.
Given that:
The area of AEFG is 36 cm².
Length AG is three times longer than GD.
Length EB is twice as long as GD.
Find the area of the rectangle ABCD.

cm²
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Question 33 of 68
33. Question
Figure 3 is made up of two triangles ABD and BDC.
EDC is a straight line.
Given that, ABD is an equilateral triangle.
Find the value of angle K.

Angle K = ˚
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Question 34 of 68
34. Question
Haji Arshad rented a car for 3 days. Table 3 below shows the rental charges.
He was charged $50 per day and $0.60 for every km that he travelled. He paid $222.
What was the total distance that he travelled for 3 days?

km
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Question 35 of 68
35. Question
Evaluate:
3.5 + 9.07 + 8
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Question 36 of 68
36. Question
Find the value of:
12 + 3 x 6 – 23
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Question 37 of 68
37. Question
Find the remainder when 952 is divided by 6.
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Question 38 of 68
38. Question
List all the factors of 27.

, , ,
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Question 39 of 68
39. Question
Evaluate:

/
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Question 40 of 68
40. Question
Express 0.44 as a fraction in its simplest form.

/
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Question 41 of 68
41. Question
List the first five multiples of 7.

, , , ,
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Question 42 of 68
42. Question
Express 72 minutes as a percentage of 2 hours.

%
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Question 43 of 68
43. Question
Find the value of g:
7g + 24 = 87

g =
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Question 44 of 68
44. Question
The numbers in the box are added up to 15 horizontally and vertically.
Choose the correct missing numbers in the box provided below.
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Question 45 of 68
45. Question
What is 89.8 x 10 less than 1000?
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Question 46 of 68
46. Question
Find the sum of the 5th multiple of 4 and the 7th multiple of 6.
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Question 47 of 68
47. Question
Given that x = 9 and y = 2
Calculate:
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Question 48 of 68
48. Question
Arianna used 2.8 metres of ribbon to make 7 bows.
What is the length of the ribbon used for each bow.
Give your answer in centimetres (cm).

cm
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Question 49 of 68
49. Question
The dotted line XY is a line of symmetry as shown in the figure below.
Shade 3 more triangles to complete the symmetrical pattern.
Choose the correct answer.
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 50 of 68
50. Question
Study the four diagrams that formed a pattern as shown below.
How many cups will there be in Diagram 6?

cups
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Question 51 of 68
51. Question
Hariz went to the supermarket to buy some mangoes.
The mangoes are sold in packs of 4.
He needs to buy 30 mangoes.
How many packs of mangoes does he need to buy?

packs
CorrectIncorrect 

Question 52 of 68
52. Question
The table below shows the number of stamps collected by three pupils.
The average number of stamps collected by the three pupils is 97.
How many stamps did Akmal collect?

stamps
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Question 53 of 68
53. Question
Julia reached school at 6:50 a.m. in the morning.
She was in school for 3 hours and 30 minutes.
At what time did she leave school?

: a.m.
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Question 54 of 68
54. Question
The diagram below shows a balance in equilibrium.
The parcel has a mass of 10 kg. All the 6 loads on the balance are of equal mass.
What is the mass in grams (g), of each load?

grams
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Question 55 of 68
55. Question
The grid below shows a map of a part of a town. Study it and answer the following questions.
What is the position of the cinema?
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Question 56 of 68
56. Question
The grid below shows a map of a part of a town. Study it and answer the following questions.
Name the place at B6.
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Question 57 of 68
57. Question
The grid below shows a map of a part of a town. Study it and answer the following questions.
What is the compass direction of the shop from the school?
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Question 58 of 68
58. Question
RSTUV is made up of an isosceles triangle RSV and a square STUV as shown in Figure 1.
Given that angle of RST is 143˚
Calculate the angle of SRV.

Angle of SRV = ˚
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Question 59 of 68
59. Question
The line graph below shows four types of sports played by the Year 6.
Each pupil plays only one sport.
Which sport has the second highest number of pupils?
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Question 60 of 68
60. Question
The line graph below shows four types of sports played by the Year 6.
Each pupil plays only one sport.
Write the ratio of the number of pupils that played netball to the number of pupils that played badminton?
(Write your answer in simplest form)

:
CorrectIncorrect 

Question 61 of 68
61. Question
The line graph below shows four types of sports played by the Year 6.
Each pupil plays only one sport.
Find the total number of pupils in Year 6.

pupils
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Question 62 of 68
62. Question
The line graph below shows four types of sports played by the Year 6.
Each pupil plays only one sport.
Calculate the percentage of pupils who played football.

%
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Question 63 of 68
63. Question
Two shirts and four similar dresses cost $140.
Four similar shirts and four similar dresses cost $180.
Find the cost of each dress.

$
CorrectIncorrect 

Question 64 of 68
64. Question
A shop sells trousers in four different sizes.
Table 2 shows the number of trousers sold in April.
50% of the total numbers of trousers sold were in size L and XL.
How many of the trousers sold were in size S?

trousers
CorrectIncorrect 

Question 65 of 68
65. Question
Below shows the price of oranges sold at the supermarket.
Siti, Farah and Ain shared the cost of 60 oranges in the ratio 1 : 2 : 2 respectively.
How much did Siti have to pay?

$
CorrectIncorrect 

Question 66 of 68
66. Question
Figure 2 below consists of a rectangle ABCD and a square AEFG.
Given that:
The area of AEFG is 36 cm².
Length AG is three times longer than GD.
Length EB is twice as long as GD.
Find the area of the rectangle ABCD.

cm²
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Question 67 of 68
67. Question
Figure 3 is made up of two triangles ABD and BDC.
EDC is a straight line.
Given that, ABD is an equilateral triangle.
Find the value of angle K.

Angle K = ˚
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Question 68 of 68
68. Question
Haji Arshad rented a car for 3 days. Table 3 below shows the rental charges.
He was charged $50 per day and $0.60 for every km that he travelled. He paid $222.
What was the total distance that he travelled for 3 days?

km
CorrectIncorrect 