MATHEMATICS. 1 hour 45 minutes


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1 Index Number MURITIUS EXMINTIONS SYNITE The ertificate of Primary Education Examination October 2013 MTHEMTIS (Subject ode No. 120) Time: 1 hour 45 minutes For Markers' Use Only Section/ Question MRKING REVISION ONTROL Sig Sig Sig Instructions to andidates 1. heck that this question paper contains 55 questions printed on 13 pages numbered 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and Write your Index Number on the question paper in the space provided above. 3. You should not use red ink in answering questions. 4. ll working must be clearly shown in the space provided for each question iagrams are not drawn to scale. 6. ttempt all questions TOTL Sig (HG) 1302 Mauritius Examinations Syndicate
2 SETION (60 MRKS) 1. What number is represented on the abacus? H T U nswer : Write in figures: Four hundred and sixteen nswer : Work out: 275 nswer : What fraction of the diagram is shaded? nswer : Work out: 795 nswer : Write down the next term in the sequence. 3, 5, 7, 9, Reduce 10 to its lowest terms. nswer :
3 8. Work out the perimeter of the square. nswer :... cm 6 cm 9. Work out: 243 x 2... nswer : Find the area of the rectangle PQRS. P Q 3 cm nswer :... cm 2 S 5 cm R 11. Work out: nswer : rrange the numbers 385, 835 and 538 in order, starting with the largest. nswer :...,., How many sides does a hexagon have? nswer :... sides 14. onvert 4 kilometres into metres. nswer :... m 15. Find the average of 3 and 7. nswer : Please turn over this page
4 For each question from numbers 16 to 45 circle the letter which shows the correct answer. n example has been done for you. 6 x The value of 8 in 4358 is = 8 units 8 tens hundreds 8 8 thousands = 19. What is the name of the given shape? Kite Trapezium Rectangle Parallelogram 20. (2 x 100) + (5 x 1000) (7 x 10) = 21. Which one of these is a reflex angle?
5 22. Rita has 200 stamps and Mary has 10 stamps. How many stamps do they have altogether? tonnes = 23. What is the highest common factor (H..F.) of 18 and 24? What is the size of angle x? kg kg 45 kg x 4 5 kg book contains 80 pages. How many pages are there altogether in 10 such books? 27. Rubina is 45 years old. She is 18 years older than Vanisa. How old is Vanisa? years old 33 years old 27 years old 22 years old 28. cake costs Rs 7. How many such cakes can be bought with Rs 98? Which one of these is not a multiple of 6? Please turn over this page
6 The 19 th of October 2012 was a Friday. On which day was the 29 th of October 2012? Friday What is the area of? 1 cm 2 Saturday Sunday 5 cm 2 6 cm 2 Monday cm 2 7 cm Navin has 270 stickers. He gives 70 stickers to Gavin and 60 stickers to Rajesh. How many stickers has he left? oranges cost Rs 48. What is the cost of 13 oranges? Rs 624 Rs 384 Rs 78 Rs Which one of these is not a prime number? x 1000 = = 37. Which one of these is a leap year? 2 % 5 % 25 % 50 %
7 = x 714 = The duration of an examination is 2 h 45 min. The examination ended at t what time did the examination start? Mr Joe has Rs 700. He buys a book at Rs 100. He shares the rest of the money equally among his 4 children. How much money does each child receive? Rs 25 Rs 150 Rs 175 Rs = 43. The mass of a packet of sweets is 350 g. What is the total mass of 50 such packets in kilograms? kg 175 kg 1750 kg kg 44. The cost of a pencil is increased from Rs 8 to Rs 10. What is the percentage increase? 2 % 20 % 25 % 80 % x 28 = 896 What is 31 x 28? Please turn over this page
8 46. (a) Write down the missing term in each of the following sequences: (i) 18, 15, 12, 9,... (ii) 400, 200, 100, 50,... (b) Work out: nswer : The perimeter of triangle is 84 cm. Find the length of. 25 cm 37 cm nswer :... cm 48. The average mass of Sam, Sunil and li is 55 kg. The total mass of Sam and Sunil is 105 kg. Find the mass of li. nswer : kg
9 49. (a) onvert 3 hours into minutes. nswer :... minutes (b) raw the lines of symmetry for the given shape. 50. nil has 87 marbles. Paul has 28 marbles more than nil. Salma has three times as many marbles as Paul. How many marbles does Salma have? nswer : marbles Please turn over this page
10 SETION (40 MRKS) 51. (a) Find the value of 3 9, giving your answer as a fraction in its lowest terms nswer :... (b) is an isosceles triangle with =. is a straight line. ngle = 140. (i) Find the size of angle x. y x 140 nswer : ngle x =... (ii) Find the size of angle y. nswer : ngle y =
11 52. (a) Raj buys a ball at Rs 600. He sells the ball to make a profit of 20%. alculate the selling price of the ball. nswer :... Rs (b) In a sale, the original price of a shirt is reduced by 40%. fter the reduction, the shirt costs Rs 420. alculate the original price of the shirt. nswer :... Rs Please turn over this page
12 53. (a) hall has a rectangular floor of length 840 cm and width 750 cm. The floor is completely covered with square tiles of length 30 cm. Find the number of tiles used. 750 cm 840 cm nswer :... tiles (b) rectangular tank is 70 cm long, 50 cm wide and 40 cm high. The tank is half filled with water. 40 cm 70 cm 50 cm (i) Find the volume of water in the tank. nswer : cm³ (ii) ll the water from the tank is poured into buckets, each of capacity 4 litres. What is the minimum number of buckets needed? nswer : buckets... 4 L
13 54. (a) Each pupil of a school is asked to choose either an apple or a mango or a pear. Their choices are represented in the pie chart. (i) What fraction of the total number of pupils chose a pear? Give your answer as a fraction in its lowest terms. Pear 90 pple Mango nswer : (ii) 45 more pupils chose a mango than an apple. Find the total number of pupils in the school. nswer : pupils... (b) The total cost of 95 pens and 89 notebooks is Rs The total cost of 1 pen and 1 notebook is Rs 81. What is the cost of 1 notebook? nswer :... Rs Please turn over this page
14 55. car travels from town to town passing through town. It leaves town at and passes through town at The average speed of its journey from to is 80 km/h. The average speed of its journey from to is 50 km/h. The ratio of the distance to the distance is 4 : 5. alculate the average speed of the car for the whole journey from to. nswer : km/h
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