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2 GCSE Mathematics (Linear) 1MA0 Formulae: Higher Tier You must not write on this formulae page. Anything you write on this formulae page will gain NO credit. Volume of prism = area of cross section length Volume of sphere 34 πr 3 Surface area of sphere = 4πr 2 Volume of cone 31 πr 2 h Curved surface area of cone = πrl In any triangle ABC The Quadratic Equation The solutions of ax2+ bx + c = 0 where a 0, are given by x = b ( b 2 2a 4ac) Sine Rule a sin A b sin B c sin C Cosine Rule a 2 = b 2 + c 2 2bc cos A Area of triangle = 21 ab sin C 2

3 1. Anil cycled from his home to the park. Anil waited in the park. Then he cycled back home. Answer ALL TWENTY SIX questions Write your answers in the spaces provided. You must write down all the stages in your working. Here is a distance-time graph for Anil s complete journey. 8 Distance from home (km) Time of day (a) At what time did Anil leave home? (b) What is the distance from Anil s home to the park?... (1)... km (1) (c) How many minutes did Anil wait in the park? 3... (1) (Total 3 marks)

4 *2. This is a list of ingredients for making a pear & almond crumble for 4 people. Ingredients for 4 people 80 g plain flour 60 g ground almonds 90 g soft brown sugar 60 g butter 4 ripe pears Jessica wants to make a pear & almond crumble for 10 people. Here is a list of the amount of each ingredient Jessica has in her cupboard. 250 g plain flour 100 g ground almonds 200g soft brown sugar 150 g butter 8 ripe pears Work out which ingredients Jessica needs to buy more of. You must show all of your working. (Total 4 marks) 4

5 3. During one week a dentist recorded the time, to the nearest minute, that it took her to do a particular type of filling. Here are her results (a) Draw an ordered stem and leaf diagram to show this information. Key: (3) (b) Work out the mean of these results... (2) (Total 5 marks) 5

6 4. y A O x 1 P (a) On the grid, reflect triangle A in the x-axis. Label your new triangle B. (2) (b) Describe fully the single transformation which maps A onto shape P (3) (Total 5 marks) 6

7 5. Peter works out the cost of the gas he used last year. At the start of the year, the gas meter reading was units. At the end of the year, the gas meter reading was units. Each unit of gas he used cost 44p. Work out the mean cost per month of the gas he used last year. (Total 5 marks) cm Diagram NOT accurately drawn 9 cm 4 cm 8 cm The diagram shows a shape. Work out the area of the shape. cm 2 (Total 4 marks) 7

8 7. Stephen imports cars from the USA. He sells them in the UK. He has just bought a car in the USA costing \$ It cost him 900 to import the car to the UK. The exchange rate is 1 = \$1.45 Stephen needs to make a profit of 20% on his total costs. Work out the least amount that Stephen must sell the car for in the UK. Give your answer in pounds.. (Total 3 marks) 8. Angel Ltd manufacture components for washing machines. The probability that a component will be made within a tolerance of one tenth of a millimetre is Angel Ltd. manufacture components each day. Work out an estimate for the number of components that will not be within the tolerance of one tenth of a millimetre each day. 8 (Total 3 marks)

9 9. (a) Simplify m 2 m 4 (1) (b) Simplify y 7 y 5 (1) (c) Expand 2x(4x 5y) (1) (Total 3 marks) 10. Diagram NOT accurately drawn 4 cm 5 cm 3 cm 7 cm Calculate the volume of the triangular prism (Total 3 marks)

10 11. (a) Solve 3(x + 2) = 4 x = (2) (b) Solve 3x 5 = x = (3) (Total 5 marks) 12. People have different reaction times when using either their left hand or their right hand. Melissa wants to investigate this. Melissa selects a number of students from her class to use as a sample for this investigation. (a) Give one reason why this is not a good way of taking a sample (1) (b) Describe a better way of taking a sample that Melissa could use (1) (Total 2 marks)

11 13. Here are the first 5 terms of an arithmetic sequence (a) Write down the 12th term of this sequence... (1) (b) Find, in terms of n, an expression for the nth term of this sequence. (2) (Total 3 marks) 14. Copper Nickel These two metal blocks each have a volume of 2.5 m 3. The density of the copper block is kg per m 3. The density of the nickel block is kg per m 3. Work out the difference in the masses of the two blocks. Give your answer in standard form.. kg (Total 3 marks) 11

12 15. The diagram shows part of a building site in a town centre. The scale is 1 cm = 1 m. People must not be anywhere within 2 m from the site. Make an accurate drawing of the region where people must not be. Building Site Scale: 1 cm = 1 m (Total 2 marks) 12

13 16. 3y 52 5y Work out the value of y. y =. (Total 3 marks) 17. In a sale, normal prices are reduced by 12%. Stephen buys a DVD player in the sale. He pays 242 Work out how much Stephen has saved by buying the DVD in the sale. 13 (Total 3 marks)

14 Cumulative frequency 18. The weight, in kg, of 50 people in a club was recorded. The cumulative frequency diagram shows these results Weight of people in a club Weight (kg) (a) Using the cumulative frequency diagram, find an estimate for (i) the median, (ii) the inter-quartile range. kg... kg (3) (b) Write down the percentage of the weights represented by the inter-quartile range. % (1) 14

15 The lowest weight recorded was 50 kg and the heaviest was 90 kg. (c) Draw a box plot for this data. (Total 7 marks) 19. Solve x 2 + 2x 15 = 0 (3). (Total 3 marks) 15

16 20. The graph shows the TV repair charges made by Vision Services. The charges depend on the length of time taken for the repair. y Charge in x Time in minutes (i) Write down the equation of the straight line in the form y = mx + c *(ii) State clearly what this value of m and this value of c represent (Total 5 marks) 16

17 21. 2 < x 1 y > 2 y < x + 1 x and y are integers. On the grid, mark with a cross ( ), each of the six points which satisfies all these 3 inequalities. y O x (Total 3 marks) 17

18 22. The incomplete table and histogram give some information about the ages of the people who live in a village. Frequency density Age in years (a) Use the information in the histogram to complete the frequency table below. Age (x) in years Frequency 0 < x < x < x < x < x (2) (b) Complete the histogram. (Total 4 marks) (2) 18

19 23. Jo has a photograph of her father standing beside a car. Jo measured the length of the car and the height of her father on the photograph. The length of the car, on the photograph, was 8.5 cm correct to two significant figures. The height of Jo s father, on the photograph, was 4.8 cm correct to two significant figures. The ratio of the length of the car to the height of Jo s father is n : 1 Calculate the least possible value of n. Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures. n =. (Total 4 marks) 19

20 24. ABCD is a trapezium. 60 A B 5 cm 20 D P C AB is parallel to DC. Angle ADP = 90. Angle BPC = 90. Angle BAP = 60. Angle BCP = 20. AD = 5 cm. Work out the percentage of the trapezium ABCD that is shaded. Give your answer correct to one decimal place. % (Total 5 marks) 20

21 25. This is a sketch of the curve with equation y = f(x). It passes through the origin O. y y = f( x) O x A (2, 4) The only vertex of the curve is at A (2, 4) Write down the coordinates of the vertex of the curve with equation (i) y = f(x 3), (ii) y = f(x) 5, (iii) y = f(x), (iv) y = f(2x). (...,...) (...,...) (...,...) (...,...) (Total 4 marks) 21

22 26. Diagram NOT accurately drawn This 10-sided window is made up of squares and equilateral triangles. The perimeter of the window is 12 m. Calculate the area of the window. Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures.... m 2 (Total 6 marks) END TOTAL FOR PAPER: 100 MARKS 22

23 GCSE MATHEMATICS 1MA0 LINEAR PRACTICE PAPERS SET A HIGHER TIER 4H Question Working Answer Mark Notes 1 (i) B1 cao (ii) 7 B1 cao (iii) 10 B1 cao * = 200 not enough flour = 150 almonds ok = 225 sugar ok = 150 butter ok = 10 not enough pears More flour and pears needed 4 M1 for use of 2.5 oe A2 for answers of 200,150, 225, 150, 10 (A1 for any one answer) C1 ft for identifying the need for more flour and pears backed up from their results. 3(a) 3(b) (Sum of all times) Key: 3 2 = B2 for a fully correct diagram (B1 for ordered or unordered leaves, with just one error or omission) B1 for a correct key M1 for summing all times and dividing by 15 A1 cao 4(a) 4(b) Triangle with vertices (2,-2), (3,-2), (2,-4) Enlargement, scale factor 3, centre (5, 5) 2 3 B2 for correct triangle (B1 for a reflection in y = k, k 0 or for a reflection in the y-axis) B1 for Enlargement B1 for scale factor = 3 B1 for centre = (5, 5)

24 GCSE MATHEMATICS 1MA0 LINEAR PRACTICE PAPERS SET A HIGHER TIER 4H Question Working Answer Mark Notes = = M1 for M1 for oe M1 for M1 for correct conversion to pounds A1 cao 6 ½ M1 for splitting into sensible shapes; triangles, rectangles or trapezia M1 for a correct method to find one of the composite shapes A2 cao (A1 for one correct area) = = = total costs = M1 for M1 for ( ) 1.20 A1 cao 50 3 M1 for (or seen) M1 for A1 cao 9(a) m 6 1 B1 cao 9(b) y 2 1 B1 cao 9(c) 8x 2 10xy 1 B1 cao 10 ½ cm 3 3 M1 for ½ A1 for 42 B1 ft for cm 3

25 GCSE MATHEMATICS 1MA0 LINEAR PRACTICE PAPERS SET A HIGHER TIER 4H Question Working Answer Mark Notes 11(a) 3x + 6 = 4-2/3 2 M1 for 3x + 6 = 4 3x = - 2 A1 for -2/3 oe 11(b) 3x/2 = 12 3x = M1 for 3x/2 = 12 or 3x 10 = 14 M1 for 3x = 24 A1 cao 12(a) Biased 1 B1 for Biased towards a particular age range 12(b) Select a random sample from all people in the school 1 B1 for sample from all people in the school 13(a) 79 1 B1 cao 13(b) 7n 5 2 B2 for 7n 5 oe (B1 for 7n ± k, where k is an integer ±5) 14 ( ) M1 for M1 for ( ) 2.5 A1 cao 15 Correct locus 2 B2 for correct locus (B1 for omission of rounded locus at corners or for a correct locus at any consistent distance from the edges. 16 5y = 3y y = M1 for 5y = 3y + 52 oe M1 for 2y = 52 A1 cao

26 GCSE MATHEMATICS 1MA0 LINEAR PRACTICE PAPERS SET A HIGHER TIER 4H Question Working Answer Mark Notes = M2 for = 275 (M1 for or 88 or 0.88 seen) A1 cao 18(a)(i) (ii) B1 for M1 for lines drawn from cf = 12.5 and 37.5 (oe) A1 for answer in range 11 to 12 18(b) 50 1 B1 cao 18(c) Correct box plot 3 M1 for box drawn between quartiles A1 for median drawn inside the box A1 for points at 50 and 90 joining the box with straight lines 19 (x + 5)(x 3) x = -5, x = 3 3 M1 for (x ± 5)(x ± 3) A1 for x = -5 A1 for x = 3 20(i) y = 0.5x + 10 *(ii) 0.5 = 50p charge per minute 10 = 10 standing charge 21 (1, 1), (1, 0), (1, -1), (0, 0), (0, -1), (-1, -1) 5 M1 for grad = (60 10)/100 oe or for (y =) 0.5x + c M1 for (y =) mx + 10 A1 for y = 0.5x + 10 oe C1 for 0.5 = 50p charge per minute, oe C1 for 10 = 10 standing charge 3 B3 for all 6 points + no extra points (B2 for 3/4 out of no more than 6 points) (B1 for any one point out of no more than 6)

27 GCSE MATHEMATICS 1MA0 LINEAR PRACTICE PAPERS SET A HIGHER TIER 4H Question Working Answer Mark Notes 22(a) 160, 60, 40, 100, B1 for 60 B1 for 40 22(b) Block 2.5 squares high Block 1 square high 2 B1 for block 2.5 squares high B1 for block 1 square high = B1 for either 8.55 or 8.45 B1 for either 4.75 or 4.85 M1 for A1 for 1.74 or better 24 AB = 5/tan60 = PC = 5/tan20 = Area ADP = = Area ABCD = 0.5 ( ) 5 = / M1 for either AB = 5/tan60 oe or PC = 5/tan20 M1 for Area ADP = M1 for Area ABCD = 0.5 ( ) 5 M1 for / A1 for 14.8 or better 25(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (5, -4) (2, -9) (-2, -4) (2, -4) 4 B1 cao B1 cao B1 cao B1 cao = 1.2m per edge Area of squares = = 5.76 Area of triangles = sin 60 8 = B1 for = 1.2m per edge M1 for M1 for sin60 M1 for sin60 8 A2 for 10.7 or better (A1 for area of a triangle = or better)

28 GCSE MATHEMATICS 1MA0 LINEAR PRACTICE PAPERS SET A HIGHER TIER 4H Quest. Topic/name AO1 AO2 AO3 Total FE Nu ManAl NonManAl G S Total Low Mid. High Total 1 Travel Recipe Stem & Leaf Rot/Enlarge Gas bill Area Car Sales Machine comp Indices Volume Equations LH/Rhand Sequence Metal blocks Loci Angles in Tri DVD Cum Freq Quadratic TV Repairs Inequalities Histogram Photograph trapezium Transform Window Totals Percentage Al: Foundation % Target target: %: Higher % target:

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