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  1. QID The table below shows the number of pupils who were late for school from January to May this year.

    Month

    Jan

    Feb

    Mar

    Apr

    May

    Number of latecomers

    16

    8

    10

    20

    18


    In which month were there twice as many latecomers as the month before?





  2. QID Subtract 10 tenths from 2.3. Express your answer as a decimal.





  3. QID The figure below is made up of a square ABCD of sides 10 cm each and a semicircle DPC. M and N are the mid-points of BC and DC respectively.

    (a) Find the area of the shaded part of the figure.
    (b) Using π=3.14 , find the total area of the unshaded parts of the semicircle.





  4. QID  `3 3/4` h is the same as __________.





  5. QID The figure below is divided into equal rectangular units.

    What percentage of the figure is shaded?





  6. QID Express 3 000 m as a percentage of 5 km.





  7. QID Amanda drove at a constant speed of 72 km/h completing the last `3/8` of her journey in 30 minutes. Find the total distance that Amanda had travelled.





  8. QID The rate of renting a car is $70 per day. In addition, there is a 5% GST charge. How much must Tom pay if he rents a car for 2 weeks?





  9. QID Grace bought 6 apples for $p and 4 oranges for $3p. She gave the cashier $50 and received a change of $42. How much did one orange cost? Express you answer in dollars and cents.





  10. QID The figure below is made up of two identical rectangles, each measuring 4 cm by 2 cm.

    What is the perimeter of the figure?





  11. QID What is the missing number in the bracket? 24 : [ ] = 8 : 3





  12. QID  `2/3` of the length of Stick B is half the length of Stick A. If Stick A is 18 cm longer than Stick B, find the total length of the two sticks.





  13. QID The graph below shows the number of story books read by the various classes in a school over a period of time.

    (a) What was the total number of classes in the school?
    (b) How many classes in the school read more than 40 story books?
    (c) What percentage of the classes in the school read fewer than 40 story books?





  14. QID Change `2/25` to a decimal.





  15. QID Eight identical 5 cm cubes are placed in an empty rectangular tank of length 75 cm and width 40 cm. The tank is then filled with water running from a tap at the rate of 9 litres per minute. It takes 11 minutes to fill up `2/3` of the tank.
    (a) How much more water is needed to fill up the tank to its brim? Express your answer in litres.
    (b) Find the height of the tank.





  16. QID In the figure below, AC, AB, DE, FG and AH are straight lines.

    Which line is perpendicular to AC?





  17. QID A school staged a play at the Victoria Theatre on two evenings. On the first evening, there were 80 more boys than girls in the audience. On the second evening, the number of boys decreased by 10% while the number of girls increased by 20%. If there were 1542 boys and girls on the second evening,
    (a) find the number of boys present on the second evening?
    (b) What was the total sum of money collected from the sale of the tickets on the two evenings if each ticket cost $30?





  18. QID At Car Park A, the parking fee is charged at the following rates:
    For the first hour or part thereof $2.00
    For every additional half hour or part thereof $1.00

    Max parked his car at the car park for 2 hours 15 minutes. How much did he pay for using the car park?





  19. QID The figure below is drawn on a rectangular grid.

    Find the total area of the shaded parts of the figure.





  20. QID Find the volume of a cube if one of its faces has an area of `49 cm^2` .





  21. QID Rachel and Dan were driving at uniform speeds towards each other. Rachel was driving at a speed of 60 km/h. At 3.30 p.m., both of them were 488 km apart. The two only passed each other at 7.30 p.m. At what speed was Dan travelling?





  22. QID Find the value of 49 - (50 - 132 ÷ 11) + 2.





  23. QID Mr Wong earns $2 for every book that he sells. He earns an additional $5 for every 12 books he sells. How many books must he sell in order to earn $609?





  24. QID  `5/8` is the same as `([])/32` What is the missing number in the bracket?





  25. QID `3w^2` can be expressed as _________.





  26. QID The pie chart below shows the favourite drink of a class of pupils. AB is a straight line and O is the centre of the chart.

    If 60 pupils chose orange juice, how many pupils chose pineapple juice?





  27. QID Ben ran a distance of 620 m in 4 minutes. Find his average running speed.





  28. QID Kim bought 8 marking pens and 6 torches of the same kind from a shop. She paid a total sum of $38.50 for all the items. If a torch cost $2.45 more than a pen,
    (a) find the cost of one pen.
    (b) What would be the cost of 4 pens and 8 torches after a 10% discount was given?





  29. QID Geraldine had a basket of apples and oranges. The ratio of the apples to the oranges was 1 : 2. When 56 more apples were put into the basket, the ratio of the apples to the oranges became 9 : 2.
    (a) What was the original number of apples in the basket?
    (b) If Geraldine were to sell the fruits in her basket at $2 for any three of them or at $0.80 for any one fruit, how much would Mrs Lu have to pay for 44 apples and oranges?





  30. QID The figure below is made up of a rectangle ABCD and a rhombus AEBF. Find `/_ x` .






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