c)What is the mode
Answer: ____________
d)Find the mean
Answer: ____________
77)Draw in lines of symmetry in the word below:

78)Add these numbers + 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.8 0.9 1 79)Simplify to the simplest form a) = b) = c) = e) = f) = g) = i) = j) = k) = m) = n) = o) = q) = r) = s) = u) = v) = w) = 80)List all the factors of 20: _______________________________
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List the first five multiples of 4: _______________________________
3 6 2 8 22 66 9 12 14 16 12 20 15 20 10 25 20 25 20 35 18 24 24 30 36 42 18 425 42 49 14 28 7 49 35 49 16 48 16 64 8 64 32 48 27 63 9 81

80)Write these times as 24 hour times a)10:22pm = ______________ b) 6:45am __________________ 81)Find: a)50% of 74cm b) 75% of £30 =_______cm = £_______ c) 25% of 204cm d) 10% of £5 =_______cm = £_______ 82)Fill in the following table using the number machine: IN + 2x3OUT IN OUT 4 18 10 7 21 83)What is 1 hr 40 mins before 8.15pm __________________

84)What is 10% of £60? £_____________ 85)What is 60% of £60? £_____________ 86)What is 40% of £60? £_____________ 87)What is the mean of the following numbers? 11 9 6 11 __________________ 88)Measure the following angles with a protractor.
8
Answer ___________
Answer ___________
89)Complete the number sequence below: a)14, 17, ____, 23, ____ 29 b)-3, -6, -9, ____, -15, ____, ____ c)21, 19, ____, 15, ____, ____, 9

90)What does BIDMAS stand for?
B __________
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D
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M __________
A
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For the following, ensure you show your step by step workings!
91)
4 x ( 2 + 5 x 2 )
92)
7 + (3 x 2)
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(8 ÷ 2)
93)
(5
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4) ÷ 2 + (7 x 2)
94)
(4 x 2)
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(6 ÷ 3) + (3 x 2)
95)
(6 x 8)
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18 ÷ ( 2 + 4 )
96)
5 + ( 2 x 10
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5 )
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101)Construct a triangle with sides 11cm, 3cm and 9cm 102)Construct a triangle with side AB 8cm, angle ABC 34˚ and angle BAC 55˚.103)Construct a triangle with side 9cm, angle 100˚ and side 10cm.104)Construct a triangle with sides 3cm, 6cm and 7cm. Draw the following triangles accurately, some are only sketches! Remember to work out what information you already have: (over page)

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- Peter Lee
- Physics, triangle