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2 GCSE Mathematics 1MA0 Formulae: Foundation Tier You must not write on this formulae page. Anything you write on this formulae page will gain NO credit. a Area of trapezium = 1 (a + b)h 2 h b Volume of prism = area of cross section length cross section length 2 *P40644A0228*

3 Answer ALL questions. Write your answers in the spaces provided. You must write down all stages in your working. You must NOT use a calculator (a) Write down the number marked by the arrow (b) Write down the number marked by the arrow (c) Find the number 34 on the number line. Mark it with an arrow ( ). (Total for Question 1 is 3 marks) *P40644A0328* 3 Turn over

4 2 (a) Measure the length of the line AB. Give your answer in centimetres. A B cm (b) Measure the size of angle x. x (c) In the space below, draw accurately a circle of radius 5 cm. Use the point C as the centre of your circle. C (Total for Question 2 is 3 marks) 4 *P40644A0428*

5 3 Helen carried out a survey to find out the fruit her friends like best. Here are her results. apples oranges peaches bananas pineapples bananas bananas oranges apples peaches bananas oranges pineapples oranges bananas peaches apples bananas apples bananas (a) Complete the table for Helen s results. Fruit Tally Frequency apples bananas oranges peaches pineapples (b) Write down the number of Helen s friends who like bananas best. (c) On the grid, draw a suitable chart or diagram to show Helen s results. (3) (Total for Question 3 is 6 marks) *P40644A0528* 5 Turn over

6 4 Daniel buys one loaf of bread costing 1.18 one tub of spread costing 94p two jars of strawberry jam. Daniel pays with a 5 note. He gets 30p change. Work out the cost of one jar of strawberry jam. (Total for Question 4 is 3 marks) 6 *P40644A0628*

7 5 y A B O x (a) (i) Write down the coordinates of the point A. (ii) Write down the coordinates of the point B. (b) On the grid, mark with a cross ( ) the point (3, 4). Label this point C. (...,...) (...,...) (Total for Question 5 is 3 marks) *P40644A0728* 7 Turn over

8 6 Samina recorded the maximum temperature and the minimum temperature on each of six days in January. The table shows her results. Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Maximum temperature 1 C 3 C 2 C 0 C 3 C 4 C Minimum temperature 4 C 2 C 4 C 5 C 3 C 2 C (a) Write down the lowest temperature. (b) Work out the difference between the maximum temperature on Wednesday and the minimum temperature on Wednesday. The minimum temperature on Sunday was 5 C higher than the minimum temperature on Saturday. (c) Work out the minimum temperature on Sunday. C C C (Total for Question 6 is 3 marks) 8 *P40644A0828*

9 7 Margaret is going to have a meal. She can choose one starter and one main course. Menu Starter Pate Melon Ham Main course Beef Salmon Lasagne Write down all the possible combinations Margaret can choose (Total for Question 7 is 2 marks) *P40644A0928* 9 Turn over

10 8 Harry asked each student in his class how they travelled to school that day. He used the results to draw this pie chart. Car Cycle Walk Bus (a) How did most of the students travel to school? Harry asked a total of 24 students. (b) Work out the number of students who cycled to school. (Total for Question 8 is 3 marks) 10 *P40644A01028*

11 9 (a) On the grid, draw an isosceles triangle. (b) On the grid, draw a rectangle with an area of 12 cm 2. (Total for Question 9 is 3 marks) *P40644A01128* 11 Turn over

12 10 Here is a fair 4-sided spinner Simon is going to spin the spinner once. The spinner will land on 1 or on 2 or on 3 or on 4 (a) On the probability scale, mark with a letter A the probability that the spinner will land on the number (b) On the probability scale, mark with a letter B the probability that the spinner will land on the number (Total for Question 10 is 2 marks) 11 (a) Write down the value of 81 (b) Work out the value of (Total for Question 11 is 3 marks) 12 *P40644A01228*

13 12 Amy has some toy bricks. Each brick is a cube of side 1 cm. 1 cm 1 cm 1 cm Diagram NOT accurately drawn Amy uses some of the bricks to make this solid shape. Amy adds some more of the bricks to this solid shape to make a cube of side 3 cm. (a) How many bricks does Amy add? Naveed uses some of the bricks to make this solid shape. (b) On the grid below, draw the view of the solid shape from the direction shown by the arrow. (Total for Question 12 is 4 marks) *P40644A01328* 13 Turn over

14 13 Here is part of a train timetable from Birmingham to Leicester. Birmingham Coleshill Nuneaton Hinckley Leicester A train leaves Birmingham at (a) (i) What time should this train get to Hinckley? (ii) How many minutes should this train take to get to Hinckley? minutes Silvia wants to catch a train in Nuneaton. She needs to get to Leicester before (b) Write down the time of the latest train Silvia can catch from Nuneaton. A train will leave Leicester at for Stansted Airport. The train should take 2 hours 28 minutes to go from Leicester to Stansted Airport. (c) What time should the train get to Stansted Airport? (Total for Question 13 is 4 marks) 14 *P40644A01428*

15 14 The diagram shows a rectangle and a square. 2 cm 8 cm Diagram NOT accurately drawn The perimeter of the rectangle is the same as the perimeter of the square. Work out the length of one side of the square. cm (Total for Question 14 is 4 marks) *P40644A01528* 15 Turn over

16 15 The table shows the minimum distance and the maximum distance people should sit from different sized TV screens when watching TV. TV screen size (inches) Minimum distance (feet) Maximum distance (feet) James has a TV with a screen size of 32 inches. He is going to watch his TV. (a) What is the minimum distance James should sit from the screen? Sheraz has a TV with a screen size of 38 inches. He is going to watch his TV. (b) Work out the difference between the minimum distance and the maximum distance Sheraz should sit from the screen. feet feet 16 *P40644A01628*

17 You can use this rule to work out the maximum distance to sit from a TV screen. Maximum distance in feet = screen size in inches 4 Clare has a TV with a screen size of 24 inches. She is going to watch her TV. (c) Use the rule to work out the maximum distance Clare should sit from the screen. Richard should sit a maximum distance of 12 feet from his screen. (d) Work out the screen size of Richard s TV. feet inches (Total for Question 15 is 6 marks) *P40644A01728* 17 Turn over

18 16 A quadrilateral has been drawn on the grid. (a) Write down the mathematical name of this quadrilateral.... (b) On the grid below, show how the quadrilateral tessellates. You should draw at least 6 shapes. (Total for Question 16 is 3 marks) 18 *P40644A01828*

19 * 17 Debbie, Salma and Wendy did a Maths test. The total for the test was 40 marks. Debbie got 16 out of 40 Salma got 35% of the 40 marks. Wendy got 3 8 of the 40 marks. Who got the highest mark? You must show all your working. (Total for Question 17 is 4 marks) *P40644A01928* 19 Turn over

20 * 18 Bill uses his van to deliver parcels. For each parcel Bill delivers there is a fixed charge plus 1.00 for each mile. You can use the graph to find the total cost of having a parcel delivered by Bill Cost ( ) Distance (miles) (a) How much is the fixed charge? Ed uses a van to deliver parcels. For each parcel Ed delivers it costs 1.50 for each mile. There is no fixed charge. (b) Compare the cost of having a parcel delivered by Bill with the cost of having a parcel delivered by Ed. (3) (Total for Question 18 is 4 marks) 20 *P40644A02028*

21 19 Pack of 9 toilet rolls 4.23 Pack of 4 toilet rolls 1.96 A pack of 9 toilet rolls costs 4.23 A pack of 4 toilet rolls costs 1.96 Which pack gives the better value for money? You must show all your working.... (Total for Question 19 is 3 marks) *P40644A02128* 21 Turn over

22 20 The stem and leaf diagram shows some information about the speeds of 25 cars Key: 2 9 means 29 miles per hour (a) How many of the 25 cars had a speed of more than 50 miles per hour? (b) Find the median speed. miles per hour (c) Work out the range of the speeds. miles per hour (Total for Question 20 is 4 marks) 22 *P40644A02228*

23 * 21 D Diagram NOT accurately drawn A x B C ABC is a straight line. BD = CD. Angle BDC = 50. Angle ADB = 20. Work out the size of the angle marked x. Give reasons for your answer. (Total for Question 21 is 4 marks) *P40644A02328* 23 Turn over

24 22 The diagram shows a patio in the shape of a rectangle. 3 m Diagram NOT accurately drawn 3.6 m The patio is 3.6 m long and 3 m wide. Matthew is going to cover the patio with paving slabs. Each paving slab is a square of side 60 cm. Matthew buys 32 of the paving slabs. (a) Does Matthew buy enough paving slabs to cover the patio? You must show all your working. (3) The paving slabs cost 8.63 each. (b) Work out the total cost of the 32 paving slabs. (3) (Total for Question 22 is 6 marks) 24 *P40644A02428*

25 23 Here are the ingredients needed to make 12 shortcakes. Shortcakes Makes 12 shortcakes 50 g of sugar 200 g of butter 200 g of flour 10 ml of milk Liz makes some shortcakes. She uses 25 ml of milk. (a) How many shortcakes does Liz make? Robert has 500 g of sugar 1000 g of butter 1000 g of flour 500 ml of milk (b) Work out the greatest number of shortcakes Robert can make. (Total for Question 23 is 4 marks) *P40644A02528* 25 Turn over

26 24 Buses to Acton leave a bus station every 24 minutes. Buses to Barton leave the same bus station every 20 minutes. A bus to Acton and a bus to Barton both leave the bus station at 9 00 am. When will a bus to Acton and a bus to Barton next leave the bus station at the same time? (Total for Question 24 is 3 marks) 25 (a) Expand 3(2y 5) (b) Factorise completely 8x 2 + 4xy (c) Make h the subject of the formula t gh = 10 h = (Total for Question 25 is 5 marks) 26 *P40644A02628*

27 ml Take two 5 ml spoons full twice a day There are 300 ml of medicine in a bottle. Mary has to take two 5 ml spoons full of medicine twice a day. Mary has to take the medicine until the bottle is empty. (a) How many days does Mary have to take the medicine for? You can work out the amount of medicine, c ml, to give to a child by using the formula m is the age of the child, in months. a is an adult dose, in ml. A child is 30 months old. An adult s dose is 40 ml. c ma = 150 (b) Work out the amount of medicine you can give to the child.... days (3) ml (Total for Question 26 is 5 marks) *P40644A02728* 27 Turn over

28 27 3x 15 2x Diagram NOT accurately drawn 2x 2x + 24 The diagram shows a parallelogram. The sizes of the angles, in degrees, are 2x 3x 15 2x 2x + 24 Work out the value of x. x = (Total for Question 27 is 3 marks) TOTAL FOR PAPER IS 100 MARKS 28 *P40644A02828*

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