Directions for this Mathematics Test:
 You are NOT allowed to use calculators. Have a pencil and paper besides you to do some workings. This test has THREE sections with a total of 45 items.
 SECTION I has 20 items (Nos. 119). Each item carry 1 mark.
 SECTION II has 20 items (Nos. 2025). Each item in this section may carry 2 or 3 marks.
 SECTION III has 5 items (Nos. 2630). Each item in this section may carry 4 or 7 marks.
 You have 75 minutes for this test and three retries ONLY. Answer ALL questions. Read each question carefully before answering it. Work carefully but do NOT spend too much time on any one question.
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Question 1 of 29
1. Question
1 point(s)At a musical concert, there were seats for 400 persons. 80% of the seats were occupied. The guests were seated around tables which accommodated either 4 or 6 persons. Threequarter of the guest present were seated around tables which can accommodate 6 persons and the rest were seated around tables which can accommodated 4 persons. What is the total number of tables used by the guests?

Type your answer in the space provided.
Answer: tables
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Question 2 of 29
2. Question
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Number of angles less than a right angle. Number of angles greater than a right angle Number of angles equal to a right angle Two angles equal to a half turn.
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Question 3 of 29
3. Question
1 point(s)A pet shop owner has 36 dogs, 48 cats, 11 snakes and 24 turtles. Which pet must the owner order the most next month and why?
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Question 4 of 29
4. Question
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Question 5 of 29
5. Question
1 point(s)A large bag of rice weighing 8.75 kg, was repackaged and resold into smaller bags. For how much were all the small bags sold?

Type your answer in the space provided. Don’t forget the dollar symbols.
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Question 6 of 29
6. Question
1 point(s)Type your answer in the space provided below.

The mean of four numbers is 27. A fifth number, 34 is added to the total. What is the new mean?
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Question 7 of 29
7. Question
1 point(s)Observe the compass below. How many right angles does someone need to turn in a clockwise direction to face West if the are facing North?
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Question 8 of 29
8. Question
1 point(s)With the money Harry got from his father, he spent 2/5 on a shirt, 1/4 of the remainder on socks and remained with $90. How much money did he get from his father? Type your answer in the space provided. Don’t forget the dollar symbol.

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Question 9 of 29
9. Question
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Question 10 of 29
10. Question
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Question 11 of 29
11. Question
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Question 12 of 29
12. Question
1 point(s)The beads below form a band 15 cm long. How many beads will she need to make a band of length 0.75m?

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Question 13 of 29
13. Question
1 point(s)Sheila has two cakes which she cut into eights. She shared 12 slices. Select the amount she shared as a mixed number.
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Question 14 of 29
14. Question
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Question 15 of 29
15. Question
1 point(s)A piece of cloth measures 4.5 m in length. How much cm is its length?
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Question 16 of 29
16. Question
1 point(s)Observe the time on the clock below. It is 35 minutes faster than the correct time.
Select the time the clock should show.
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Question 17 of 29
17. Question
1 point(s)A circle is divided as shown below. What number does “X” represent? Type your answer in the space provided.

Answer: %
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Question 18 of 29
18. Question
1 point(s)There are 80 twentyfive cent coins on the table. How much is this in dollars?
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Question 19 of 29
19. Question
1 point(s)Order the following fractions below smallest to largest (⇓).

onesixth

oneeighth

onehalf

onethird
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Question 20 of 29
20. Question
2 point(s)Type the answer in the space provided.

 A carpenter has to make 27 tables for a big restaurant. Each table will have 6 legs. How many legs in total should he cut out?
Answer: tables
If the square table tops of a table is 625 cm². What is the length of one side?
Answer: cm
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Question 21 of 29
21. Question
2 point(s)Observe the tally/frequency table below.
The table show the sports liked by a group of children.
Type your answer in the space provided.

 How many children liked tennis?
 Which sport represents the mode for this group of children.
 How many children liked tennis?
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Question 22 of 29
22. Question
3 point(s)
 How many more was spent on Thursday than on Monday?
Answer: $
2. Eric has a daily allowance of $25. If he saved the same amount of money each week, how much money did he save after 4 weeks?
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Question 23 of 29
23. Question
3 point(s)Calculate and fill in the blanks.

You are starting with 350 marbles.
Today, you enter a marble competition. You lost 0.5 of your marbles.
How much do you remain with? marbles ⇓
Next, you decides to play another game. You lost 40% of the remainder.
How much is left: marbles ⇓
Finally, you try to get back your lost marbles, but end up losing onethirds of the remainder.
How many marbles do you have left as you call this quite. (Round off your answer).
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Question 24 of 29
24. Question
3 point(s)Type in the space provided for each question.

 Calculate:
1626 – 352 = ⇐ Answer
2. Write in words:
463080
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3. Round 726.64 to the nearest tenth.
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Question 25 of 29
25. Question
4 point(s)Calculate the following.
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Question 26 of 29
26. Question
4 point(s)Beverly got the following grades on her end of term exam. Complete the table and answer the questions.

Subjects Marks out of 100 Mathematics 73 Grammar 92 Spelling Social Studies 75 General Science 66 Total If her mean mark was 79 . Complete the table for spelling and the total.
How many more marks did Beverly need to score 85%?
Answer: more marks
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Question 27 of 29
27. Question
4 point(s)Calculate:
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Question 28 of 29
28. Question
4 point(s)
Ben is buying a radio for $320 exclusive of VAT. If VAT is charged at 12½%.
 How much is the VAT on the radio?
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2. What is the radio cost?
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3. Mark offers to buy the radio for $325. If Ben agrees to sell it at that price, does he make a loss or a profit on the radio? How much was the loss or the profit?
Answers: Ben will make a of on the radio.
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Question 29 of 29
29. Question
7 point(s)Name the solids below.
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