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Q1. This map has a scale of 1 centimetre to 6 kilometres. The road from Ridlington to Carborough measured on the map is 6.6cm long. What is the length of the road in kilometres? 2 marks Page 1 of 36 Q2. Here is a flag. What is the area of this flag? 2 marks 20% of the flag is blue. What area of the flag is blue? 2 marks Page 2 of 36 Q3. Boxes measure 2.5cm by 4.5cm by 6.2cm. The shopkeeper puts them in a tray. Work out the largest number of boxes which can lie flat in the tray. 2 marks Page 3 of 36 Q4. This plan of a garden is made of rectangles and triangles. The area of each rectangle is 12 square metres. What is the area of the whole garden? m2 1 mark Page 4 of 36 The perimeter of the garden is 34 metres. What is the length of the longest side of each triangle? 2 marks Q5. Mr Jones has two sizes of square paving stones. Page 5 of 36 He uses them to make a path. The path measures 1.55 metres by 3.72 metres. Calculate the width of a small paving stone. 2 marks Q6. Here is a drawing of a model car. What is the length of the model? Give your answer in centimetres, correct to one decimal place. cm 1 mark Page 6 of 36 The height of the model is 2.8 centimetres. The height of the real car is 50 times the height of the model. What is the height of the real car? Give your answer in metres. 2 marks Page 7 of 36 Q7. On the grid draw a triangle with the same area as the shaded rectangle. Use a ruler. 1 mark Q8. Carol went on a 40-kilometre cycle ride. This is a graph of how far she had gone at different times. Page 8 of 36 How many minutes did Carol take to travel the last 10 kilometres of the ride? minutes 1 mark Use the graph to estimate the distance travelled in the first 20 minutes of the ride. km 1 mark Carol says, 'I travelled further in the first hour then in the second hour'. Explain how the graph shows this. . ............................................................................................................................ ............................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................. 1 mark Q9. This is a centimetre grid. Draw 3 more lines to make a parallelogram with an area of 10cm2 Use a ruler. 1 mark

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