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1 FOR OFFICIAL USE G KU RE Paper 1 Paper /29/01 Total NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS 2012 WEDNESDAY, 2 MAY AM AM MATHEMATICS STANDARD GRADE General Level Paper 1 Non-calculator Fill in these boxes and read what is printed below. Full name of centre Town Forename(s) Surname Date of birth Day Month Year Scottish candidate number Number of seat 1 You may not use a calculator. 2 Answer as many questions as you can. 3 Write your working and answers in the spaces provided. Additional space is provided at the end of this question-answer book for use if required. If you use this space, write clearly the number of the question involved. 4 Full credit will be given only where the solution contains appropriate working. 5 Before leaving the examination room you must give this book to the Invigilator. If you do not, you may lose all the marks for this paper. LI 2500/29/01 6/43710 *2500/29/01*

2 FORMULAE LIST Circumference of a circle: C = pd Area of a circle: A = pr 2 Curved surface area of a cylinder: A = 2prh Volume of a cylinder: V = pr 2 h Volume of a triangular prism: V = Ah Theorem of Pythagoras: c b a 2 + b 2 = c 2 a Trigonometric ratios in a right angled triangle: hypotenuse x adjacent opposite tan x = opposite adjacent sin x = opposite hypotenuse cos x = adjace nt hypotenuse Gradient: horizontal distance vertical height Gradient = vertical height horizontal distance [2500/29/01] Page two

3 1. Carry out the following calculations. (a) (b) (c) (d) [Turn over [2500/29/01] Page three

4 2. Top footballers can earn 27 2 million each year. Write 27 2 million in scientific notation. 2 [2500/29/01] Page four

5 3. An amusement arcade has a lighting effect in the shape of triangles with coloured lights attached. The lighting effect can be assembled in sections as shown below. 1 section 2 sections (a) Complete the table below. Number of sections (s) Number of coloured lights (c) 6 11 (b) Write down a formula for calculating the number of coloured lights (c) when you know the number of sections (s). 2 (c) The amusement arcade s lighting effect uses a total of 116 coloured lights. How many sections are in the lighting effect? 2 2 [Turn over [2500/29/01] Page five

6 4. From the numbers 50, 93, 43, 56, 85, 42 choose: (a) two numbers which are multiples of seven; (b) the prime number; (c) the number which is closest to a square number [2500/29/01] Page six

7 5. A website shows some extreme temperatures recorded on Earth. The highest temperature recorded was 58 C in Libya in The lowest temperature recorded was 64 C in Siberia in Find the difference between these two temperatures Starting with the smallest, write the following in order % [Turn over [2500/29/01] Page seven

8 7. Colin works in a supermarket at the weekend. He is paid the basic rate of 7 50 per hour on Saturdays. He is paid at time and a half on Sundays. Last weekend he worked 7 hours on Saturday and 6 hours on Sunday. Calculate Colin s total pay for last weekend. 3 [2500/29/01] Page eight

9 people were at The Venue on Friday. On Friday, it was only 80% full. Rock at On Saturday, The Venue was full. 2 nights only How many people were at The Venue on Saturday? 3 [Turn over [2500/29/01] Page nine

10 9. Jamie took the overnight sleeper train from Edinburgh to London. She arrived in London at Her journey had taken 6 hours 58 minutes. When did Jamie s sleeper train leave Edinburgh? 2 [2500/29/01] Page ten

11 10. C A B D The diagram above shows a semi-circle with BD as diameter. C lies on the circumference In triangle BCD, angle CDB is 71 AD is a straight line Calculate the size of the shaded angle ABC [END OF QUESTION PAPER] [2500/29/01] Page eleven

12 ADDITIONAL SPACE FOR ANSWERS [2500/29/01] Page twelve

13 FOR OFFICIAL USE G KU RE 2500/29/02 NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS 2012 WEDNESDAY, 2 MAY AM PM MATHEMATICS STANDARD GRADE General Level Paper 2 Fill in these boxes and read what is printed below. Full name of centre Town Forename(s) Surname Date of birth Day Month Year Scottish candidate number Number of seat 1 You may use a calculator. 2 Answer as many questions as you can. 3 Write your working and answers in the spaces provided. Additional space is provided at the end of this question-answer book for use if required. If you use this space, write clearly the number of the question involved. 4 Full credit will be given only where the solution contains appropriate working. 5 Before leaving the examination room you must give this book to the Invigilator. If you do not, you may lose all the marks for this paper. LI 2500/29/02 6/43710 *2500/29/02*

14 FORMULAE LIST Circumference of a circle: C = pd Area of a circle: A = pr 2 Curved surface area of a cylinder: A = 2prh Volume of a cylinder: V = pr 2 h Volume of a triangular prism: V = Ah Theorem of Pythagoras: c b a 2 + b 2 = c 2 a Trigonometric ratios in a right angled triangle: Gradient: hypotenuse x adjacent opposite tan x = opposite adjacent sin x = opposite hypotenuse cos x = adjace nt hypotenuse horizontal distance vertical height Gradient = vertical height horizontal distance Page two

15 1. In the Annual Fun Run, Lucy ran 12 kilometres in 1 hour 15 minutes. Calculate her average speed in kilometres per hour. 3 [Turn over Page three

16 2. John has drawn this design. Using a scale factor of 2, draw an enlargement of John s design on the grid below. 3 Page four

17 3. Stephen is buying new kitchen cabinets. Kitchen Cabinet Price List Width Cabinets 30 cm 50 cm 80 cm Base Wall High Drawer He buys: three Base cabinets of width 50 centimetres two Wall cabinets of width 30 centimetres one Drawer cabinet of width 80 centimetres. Calculate the total cost of his kitchen cabinets. 3 [Turn over Page five

18 4. Brian sets out from camp during an expedition. The arrow in the sketch below shows the direction in which he is travelling. N West 37 Camp South What is the three-figure bearing of this direction? 2 Page six

19 5. Renvi is tiling her bathroom floor. She needs 15 boxes of tiles. The price of one box is 23. The tile shop has a special offer of buy one box get one box half price. Renvi makes use of the special offer. How much does Renvi pay for 15 boxes of tiles? 4 [Turn over Page seven

20 6. (a) Complete the table below for y = 2x 1. x y 2 (b) Using the table in part (a), draw the graph of the line y = 2x 1 on the grid below. y x Page eight

21 7. Maggie has bought a garden shed. The dimensions for one side of the shed are shown in the diagram below. S T 190 cm 230 cm V 120 cm U Calculate the length of ST. Do not use a scale drawing. 4 [Turn over Page nine

22 8. The cash price of a 3D TV at Curlys Superstore is Curlys also has an interest free payment plan. The payment plan is a deposit plus twelve equal monthly payments. The deposit for the TV is 175. Find the cost of the monthly payments. 3 Page ten

23 9. (a) Solve algebraically 6(2x 3) = (b) Factorise 12t + 9u. 2 [Turn over Page eleven

24 10. At the World Athletic Championships the mean time for the first semi-final of the 100 metres was 9 98 seconds. For the second semi-final the times, in seconds, were: Was the mean time for the second semi-final better than the mean time for the first semi-final? Give a reason for your answer. 4 Page twelve

25 11. The pupils in fourth year at Wanlockhead High School voted in the school election. The votes for each candidate are given below: Eco: 86 votes Health: 24 votes Fairtrade: 52 votes Community: 18 votes Using a suitable scale, draw a bar chart to show this information. No. of votes Candidate 4 [Turn over Page thirteen

26 12. The Olympic symbol consists of five identical circles. Part of the symbol is shown in the diagram below. the length of the symbol is 45 centimetres the circles are equally spaced the gap between the adjacent circles is 1 5 centimetres. 45 cm Calculate the radius of a circle. 3 Page fourteen

27 13. A surveyor has to calculate the height of a mobile phone mast. From a point 20 metres from the base of the mast, the angle of elevation to the top is 52. Calculate the height of the mobile phone mast. Round your answer to 1 decimal place. Do not use a scale drawing. 20 m 52 4 [Turn over for Question 14 on Page sixteen Page fifteen

28 14. Pachuri Sauces are changing the shape of the labels on their jars from circles to squares. The labels have the same area. The circle has a radius of 4 5 centimetres. 4 5 cm length Calculate the length of the new square label. 3 [END OF QUESTION PAPER] Page sixteen

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