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- Converting units (for example changing km/hr to meters/second)
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- Computing and interpreting probability
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- (Choice A) $ 359 \$359 $ 3 5 9 dollar sign, 359 A $ 359 \$359 $ 3 5 9 dollar sign, 359
- (Choice B) $ 455 \$455 $ 4 5 5 dollar sign, 455 B $ 455 \$455 $ 4 5 5 dollar sign, 455
- (Choice C) $ 479 \$479 $ 4 7 9 dollar sign, 479 C $ 479 \$479 $ 4 7 9 dollar sign, 479
- (Choice D) $ 524 \$524 $ 5 2 4 dollar sign, 524 D $ 524 \$524 $ 5 2 4 dollar sign, 524
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- (Choice A) The standard deviation of the scores in Class A \text{A} A start text, A, end text is smaller. A The standard deviation of the scores in Class A \text{A} A start text, A, end text is smaller.
- (Choice B) The standard deviation of the scores in Class B \text{B} B start text, B, end text is smaller. B The standard deviation of the scores in Class B \text{B} B start text, B, end text is smaller.
- (Choice C) The standard deviation of the scores in Class A \text{A} A start text, A, end text and Class B \text{B} B start text, B, end text is the same. C The standard deviation of the scores in Class A \text{A} A start text, A, end text and Class B \text{B} B start text, B, end text is the same.
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## #1. Keiko spent the day bird watching and counted 34 more birds in the morning than in the afternoon. If she counted a total of 76 birds, how many birds did she count in the afternoon?

## #2. The expression –105 + (–14) + 34 simplifies to which of the following?

## #3. A teacher has three packages of stickers. One package contains 56 stickers, another package contains 48 stickers, and the third package contains 58 stickers. If the teacher divides all the stickers equally among 27 students, how many stickers will each student receive?

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## #8. Solve for y when y – 2 + 3y = 10

## #9. Tony buys 4 notebooks for $3.50 each at a store. The next day he returns to the store and exchanges the notebooks for 3 notebooks that have gone on sale for $1.75 each. Antonio uses the following expression to calculate the amount of money he should receive back from the exchange. (4 × $3.50) – (3 × $1.75) Which of the following expressions could Antonio have also used?

3($3.50 – $1.75) $3.50 is correct

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Replace the question mark in the above problem with the appropriate number.

Which number is equivalent to 3^(4)÷3^(2)

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I am an odd number. Take away one letter and I become even. What number am I?

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Using only an addition, how do you add eight 8’s and get the number 1000?

Sally is 54 years old and her mother is 80, how many years ago was Sally’s mother times her age?

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Pour remaining 1 litre in 3Lt bottle into 5Lt bottle.

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Move any four matches to get 3 equilateral triangles only (don’t remove matches)

Find the area of the red triangle.

If 72 x 96 = 6927, 58 x 87 = 7885, then 79 x 86 = ?

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- In a bag full of small balls, 1/4 of these balls are green, 1/8 are blue, 1/12 are yellow and the remaining 26 white. How many balls are blue?
- In a school 50% of the students are younger than 10, 1/20 are 10 years old and 1/10 are older than 10 but younger than 12, the remaining 70 students are 12 years or older. How many students are 10 years old?
- If the length of the side of a square is doubled, what is the ratio of the areas of the original square to the area of the new square?
- The division of a whole number N by 13 gives a quotient of 15 and a remainder of 2. Find N.

- A person jogged 10 times along the perimeter of a rectangular field at the rate of 12 kilometers per hour for 30 minutes. If field has a length that is twice its width, find the area of the field in square meters.
- A car is traveling 75 kilometers per hour. How many meters does the car travel in one minute?
- Linda spent 3/4 of her savings on furniture and the rest on a TV. If the TV cost her $200, what were her original savings?
- Stuart bought a sweater on sale for 30% off the original price and another 25% off the discounted price. If the original price of the sweater was $30, what was the final price of the sweater?
- 15 cm is the height of water in a cylindrical container of radius r. What is the height of this quantity of water if it is poured into a cylindrical container of radius 2r?
- John bought a shirt on sale for 25% off the original price and another 25 % off the discounted price. If the final price was $16, what was the price before the first discount?
- How many inches are in 2000 millimeters? (round your answer to the nearest hundredth of of an inch).
- The rectangular playground in Tim's school is three times as long as it is wide. The area of the playground is 75 square meters. What is the primeter of the playground?
- John had a stock of 1200 books in his bookshop. He sold 75 on Monday, 50 on Tuesday, 64 on Wednesday, 78 on Thursday and 135 on Friday. What percentage of the books were not sold?
- N is one of the numbers below. N is such that when multiplied by 0.75 gives 1. Which number is equal to N? A) 1 1/2 B) 1 1/3 C) 5/3 D) 3/2
- In 2008, the world population is about 6,760,000,000. Write the 2008 world population in scientific notation.
- Calculate the circumference of a circular field whose radius is 5 centimeters.

Answers to the Above Questions

- 6 balls are blue
- 10 students are 10 years old
- x = 5/6 meter
- 20,000 square meters
- 368 square units
- 1250 meters per minute
- 78.74 inches
- 40 square meters
- 10π centimeters
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## This Maths GCSE question has stumped most parents

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From this, you can work out the area of each shape.

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