# Year 9 mathematics: holiday revision. 2 How many nines are there in fifty-four?

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1 DAY 1 Mental questions 1 Multiply seven by seven How many nines are there in fifty-four? 54 9 = What number should you add to negative three to get the answer five? 8 4 Add two point five to three quarters. Either: 2.5 = 2 1 2, giving =3 1 4 or: = 0.75, giving = or I think of a number. I call it n. I square my number and then add four. Write an expression to show the result. n x n + 4 or n n

2 DAY 1 Car parking A car park shows this sign. Car parking 70p Pay using any of these coins: 10p 20p 50p No change given Complete the table to show all the different ways of paying exactly 70p. Number of 10p coins Number of 20p coins Number of 50p coins marks 2

3 DAY 1 Numbers Look at these number cards (a) Choose a card to give the answer = 4 (b) Choose a card to give the lowest possible answer. Fill in the card below and work out the answer = 10 2 marks 3

4 DAY 2 Mental questions 1 What is three fifths of forty pounds? 1 5 of 40 = 8 so 3 5 of 40 = 3 x 8 = What is the volume of a cuboid measuring five centimetres by six centimetres by seven centimetres? 5 x 6 x 7 = 30 x 7 = 210 cm cm 3 3 Look at these numbers Add them is the same as or Answer: I start at one point seven and count up in equal steps. One point seven, one point eight, one point nine, What is the next number? 2 or two or Write the ratio twelve to six in its simplest form. 12 : 6 (divide by 2) 6 : 3 (divide by 3) 2 : 1 2 : 1 4

5 DAY 2 Survey Hakan asked 30 pupils which subject they liked best. Subject Number of boys Number of girls Maths 4 7 English 2 4 Science 3 3 History 0 1 French 1 5 Total 10 Total 20 (a) Which subject did 20% of boys choose? Read the answer from the table. (b) Which subject did 35% of girls choose? Read the answer from the table. Maths (c) Hakan said: In my survey, science was equally popular with boys and girls. Explain why Hakan was wrong. Make comparisons by using percentages, not the raw numbers. Hakan has not taken into account that 3 out of 10 boys like science and 3 out of 20 girls like science. or 30% of the boys like science but only 15% of the 5 girls like science. (d) Which subject was equally popular with boys and girls? Again, make comparisons by using percentages.

6 DAY 2 Triangles Look at the diagram. Triangle ABD is the reflection of triangle ABC in the line AB. C 12cm 6cm A y x B Not drawn accurately D Fill in the gaps below to explain how to find angle x. The length of AC is 12 cm. The length of AD is 12 cm. The length of CD is 12 cm. ACD is an equilateral triangle because all sides are equal. You need to know that all sides of an equilateral triangle are equal. So angle y is 60 because each angle in an equilateral triangle is 60. So angle x is 30 because 6 it is half of y.

7 DAY 3 Mental questions 1 What is the square root of eighty-one? What number multiplied by itself equals 81? 9 2 I have a fair six-sided dice, with faces numbered one to six. I roll the dice. What is the probability that I roll a number less than five? There are four numbers less than 5: 1, 2, 3 and or Look at this expression. 6ab Double it. 6ab + 6ab = 12ab or 2 x 6ab = 12ab 12ab 4 Write two-fifths as a decimal. 2 5 = 4 10 = Round eight point three seven to one decimal place

8 DAY 3 Trip (non-calculator paper) (a) A football club is planning a trip. The club hires 234 coaches. Each coach holds 52 passengers. How many passengers is that altogether? Show your working passengers (b) The club wants to put one first aid kit into each of the 234 coaches. These first aid kits are sold in boxes of 18. How many boxes does the club need? x x boxes 2 marks 8

9 DAY 3 Growing shapes Four squares join together to make a bigger square. (a) Four congruent triangles join together to make a bigger triangle. Draw two more triangles to complete the drawing of the bigger triangle. (b) Four congruent trapeziums join together to make a bigger trapezium. Draw two more trapeziums to complete the drawing of the bigger trapezium. (c) Four congruent trapeziums join together to make a parallelogram. Draw two more trapeziums to complete the drawing of the parallelogram. 9

10 DAY 4 Mental questions 1 How many faces has a cube? 6 2 When m equals three, what is the value of 3m? 3m = 3 x m, so 3 x 3 = How many pints are about the same as one litre? Ring the best answer pints is about 1 litre, so ring the 2. 4 Look at the equation. y = 2x + 6 When y equals twenty-six, what is the value of x? 26 = 2x + 6 so 2x = 20 x = The scale on my map is four centimetres to one kilometre. On the map the distance to the rail station is twenty centimetres. How many kilometres is it to the rail station? 4 cm to 1 km x 5 x 5 5 km 20 cm 5 km 10

11 DAY 4 Spinning (a) A spinner has eight equal sections What is the probability of scoring 4 on the spinner? Number of sections containing 4 = 2 8 = 1 4 Total number of sections 1 4 What is the probability of scoring an even number on the spinner? Number of sections containing even numbers 8 = 8 = 1 Total number of sections 1 (b) A different spinner has six equal sections and six numbers. On this spinner, the probability of scoring an even number is _ 2. 3 The probability of scoring 4 is _ 1. 3 Write what numbers could be on this spinner marks

12 DAY 4 Travel (non-calculator paper) 12 (a) I pay to travel to work each week. I work for 45 weeks each year. How much do I pay to travel to work each year? Show your working x 10 = 162 so x 40 = 4 x > 324 > x 5 is half of 162, or 81 So x 45 = = 729 or 45 x marks (b) I could buy one season ticket that would let me travel for all 45 weeks. It would cost 630. How much is that per week? x 10 = x 2 = x 2 = 90 So = = 14 or x 45 = x 45 = x 45 = 90 0 or is 7 so is twice as much, or x 20p 900p = = marks

13 DAY 5 Mental questions 1 What is one hundred divided by negative five? = 20, so = How many seconds are there in one and a half minutes? 1 minute = 60 seconds minute = 30 seconds Total: 90 seconds 90 seconds 3 How many pairs of parallel sides does a parallelogram have? 2 4 In a quiz, I got eighteen out of twenty questions correct. What percentage of the questions did I get correct? % Write down a number that is both a multiple of four and a multiple of six or 24 or 36 or 48 13

14 DAY 5 Headwork This is how Caryl works out 15% of 120 in her head. 10% of 120 is 12 5% of 120 is 6 So 15% of 120 is 18 (a) Show how Caryl can work out 17 1 _ 2 % of 240 in her head % of 240 is of 240 is % of 240 is So 17_ 1 % of 240 is 2 marks 2 (b) Work out 35% of 520. Show your working. 10% of 520 is 52 30% is 3 x 10%, so 30% of 520 = 3 x 52 = 156 5% of 520 is 26 35% of 520 is = marks 14

15 DAY 5 Filling up I have a measuring jug that holds 400 ml when it is full. Explain how I can use my measuring jug to obtain 1 litre of water. I need exactly 1 litre of water. 400ml = 1000 Fill the jug twice, and the third time half fill the jug so fill the jug times jugs 2 marks 15

16 DAY 6 Mental questions 1 What is the total cost of three books at nine pounds ninety-nine pence each? 9.99 is 1p less than x 10 = 30, then subtract 3p A bat flies at an average speed of thirty kilometres per hour. At this speed, how far would it fly in one minute? 30 km in 60 minutes 1 km in 2 minutes 1 2 km in 1 minute 0.5 km or 1 2 km 3 Simplify the expression. 3m + 6k + 2m + k 3m + 2m = 5m 6k + k = 7k 5m + 7k 4 What is the mean of these four numbers? ( ) 4 = = What is the approximate circumference of a circle with a diameter of one metre? Circumference = π x diameter π is about 3. So circumference is about 3 x 1 = 3 m 3 m

17 DAY 6 Areas The diagram shows a rectangle 18 cm long and 14 cm wide. It has been split into four smaller rectangles. (a) Write the area of each small rectangle on the diagram. One has been done for you. 10cm 8cm 10cm cm 2 cm 2 4cm 40cm 2 cm 2 What is the area of the whole rectangle? 100 cm cm cm cm cm 2 (b) What is 18 14?

18 DAY 6 Piles of cards A teacher has a large pile of cards. An expression for the total number of cards is 6n n + 8 (a) The teacher puts the cards in two piles. The number of cards in the first pile is 2n n + 3? first pile second pile Write an expression to show the number of cards in the second pile. 6n 2n = 4n and 8 3 = 5, so 4n + 5 (b) The teacher puts all the cards together. Then he uses them to make two equal piles. 6n + 8?? Write an expression to show the number of cards in one of the piles. (c) The teacher puts all the cards together again, then he uses them to make two piles, one with n + 3 cards and the other with 5n + 5. There are 23 cards in the first pile. 23 cards? cards n + 3 5n How many cards are in the second pile? Show your working. n + 3 = 23 so n = 20 Substitute into 5n x = = 105 first pile second pile

19 DAY 7 Mental questions 1 How many millimetres are there in nine centimetres? 1 cm = 10 mm, so 9 cm = 90 mm 90 mm 2 A lesson starts at nine fifty and finishes at ten fifteen. How long is the lesson in minutes? 9:50 10:00 is 10 minutes 10:00 10:15 is 15 minutes = 25 minutes 25 minutes 3 I buy a book costing one pound forty-five. What change should I get from a five pound note? 1.45 is 5p less than = 3.50 So Add together sixty-five and fifty-eight = = One magazine costs one pound ninety-five. What will be the cost of five of these magazines? 1.95 x 5 2 x 5 = 10 5p x 5 = 25p So 10 25p =

20 DAY 7 Dropping litter (1) This advert was in a newspaper. It does not say how the advertisers know that 93% of people drop litter every day. Some pupils think the percentage of people who drop litter every day is much lower than 93%. They decide to do a survey. 93% of us drop litter every day Do your bit. Use a bin. (a) Jack says: We can ask 10 people if they drop litter every day. Is the age of the people asked important? Do you need a cross-section? Give two different reasons why Jack s method might not give very good data. First reason Jack might ask only children or only older people, so it would not be representative. or The sample size is too small need to ask more people. Second reason They did not drop litter because there were lots of bins. or People did not tell the truth about dropping litter. 20

21 DAY 7 Dropping litter (2) (b) Lisa says: We can go into town on Saturday morning. We can stand outside a shop and record how many people walk past and how many of those drop litter. Give two different reasons why Lisa s method might not give very good data. First reason The sample is not representative because only certain people shop on a Saturday morning. or The type of shop might determine how much litter is dropped. For example, there might be more litter outside a take-away where people want to get rid of packaging, but less litter outside a sports shop. Second reason She might count someone twice if they walk past the shop more than once. or People might not act the way they usually do if someone is watching them. For example, they may put litter in their pocket when they would normally drop it. 21

22 DAY 7 Cubes This shape is made from four cubes joined together. The table shows information about the shape. Volume 4 cm 3 Surface area 18 cm 2 The same four cubes are then used to make this new shape. Complete the table for the new shape. Volume cm 3 Surface area cm 2 2 marks 22

23 DAY 8 Mental questions 1 What is five cubed? 5 cubed means 5 x 5 x 5 = 25 x 5 = Subtract zero point seven five from six = 5, then add on Twenty-five per cent of a number is seven. What is the number? You need to find 100%. 25% is 7, so 50% is 14, and so 100% is Look at this shaded triangle drawn on a square grid. What is the area of the triangle? Area of square is 4 x 4 = 16 square units. The triangle is half this, so its area is 8 square units. 8 square units 23 5 A fair spinner has eight equal sections with a number on each section. Five of the numbers are even. Three of the numbers are odd. What is the probability that I spin an even number? 5 out of 8 are even. Probability of even number =

24 DAY 8 Water (calculator paper) (a) A glass holds 225 ml. An adult needs about 1.8 litres of water each day to stay healthy. How many millilitres is that? 1.8 x 1000 = 1800 ml or 1 litre is 1000 ml. 225ml 0.8 litres is 800 ml. So 1.8 litres is = 1800 ml. How many glasses is that? Show your working x 2 = x 4 = x 8 = 1800 So = 8 8 glasses 2 marks (b) An adult weighs 80 kg. 60% of his total mass is water. What is the mass of this water? 10% of 80 kg is 8 kg. So 60% of 80 kg is 6 x 8 = 48 kg. 24 or 60% is of 80 = 80 5 = 16 So 3 5 of 80 is 3 x 16 = kg

25 DAY 8 Halfway The number 6 is halfway between 4.5 and Fill in the missing numbers below. The number 6 is halfway between 2.8 and The number 6 is halfway between 12 and Add 3.2 to 6 to find the missing number =

26 DAY 9 Mental questions 1 Look at this expression. 7a + 2b + 3a + 5b Simplify it. 2b + 5b = 7b 7a + 3a = 10a 10a + 7b 10a + 7b 2 AB is a straight line. Work out the size of angle x. x 75 B A x + 75 adds up to = What is the sum of the angles in a triangle? The three angles of a triangle add up to Look at this expression. 2k + 4 What is the value of the expression when k equals three? 2k means 2 x k, so 2k + 4 = 2 x = = What percentage is the same as the fraction one quarter? 1 2 = 50%, 1 4 = 25% 25%

27 DAY 9 Crosses (1) Steve is making a series of patterns with black and grey square tiles. (a) Each pattern has 1 black tile at the centre. Each new pattern has more grey tiles than the one before. How many more grey tiles does Steve add each time he makes a new pattern? pattern 1 pattern 2 pattern 3 pattern 4 4 (b) Steve writes: The rule for finding the number of tiles in pattern N is number of tiles = 4 N + 1 The 1 in Steve s rule represents the black tile. What does the 4 N represent? The number of grey tiles Why? Pattern 1 has 4 = 4 x 1 grey tiles. 27 Pattern 2 has 8 = 4 x 2 grey tiles. Pattern N has 4N = 4 x N grey tiles.

28 DAY 9 Crosses (2) (c) Steve wants to make pattern 15. How many black titles and how many grey tiles does he need? Always 1 black tile in the centre Use 4 x N or 4 x pattern number for the number of grey tiles. 4 x 15 = 60 1 black and 60 grey tiles (d) Steve uses 41 tiles altogether to make a pattern. What is the number of the pattern he makes? Take 1 from 41 as each pattern always has 1 black tile in the centre. This leaves 40 for the grey tiles. There are 4 arms, so there are 10 tiles for each arm. So this is pattern 10. Pattern (e) Steve has 12 black and 80 grey tiles. What is the number of the biggest pattern Steve can make? Whatever pattern Steve makes, he only needs 1 black tile. 80 grey divided among 4 arms gives 20 tiles for each arm, so pattern 20 is the biggest pattern Steve can make. Pattern

29 DAY 9 Sign How many kilometres are there in 5 miles? Complete the missing part of the sign. Footpath to Hightown 5 miles or... kilometres 29

30 DAY 10 Mental questions 1 Multiply zero point two by zero point three. 2 x 3 = 6, 0.2 x 3 = 0.6, 0.2 x 0.3 = Double seventy-eight. 70 x 2 = 140, 8 x 2 = 16, so 78 x 2 = = What number does the arrow point to on the number line? 5 5 Find where zero is and mark it in. 2 4 There are red, blue and yellow balls in a bag. I am going to take out one ball at random. The table shows the probability of it being a red ball and the probability of it being a blue ball. What is the probability of it being a yellow ball? red blue yellow All three probabilities add up to 1, so 0.7 +? = One of the numbers below is the decimal equivalent of one eighth. Ring it = is 1 2 of this

31 DAY 10 Areas (a) Tick ( ) any rectangles below that have an area of 12 cm 2. 3cm 2cm 4cm 2cm 4cm 4cm 6cm 3cm (b) A square has an area of 100 cm 2. What is its perimeter? Show your working Perimeter = cm 31

32 DAY 10 Coins (a) Jo has these 4 coins. Jo is going to take one of these coins at random. Each coin is equally likely to be the one she takes. Show that the probability that it will be a 10p coin is 1 _. 2 Out of 4 coins, 2 are 10p coins, so the probability of a 10p coin is 2 4 = (b) Colin has 4 coins that total 33p. He is going to take one of his coins at random. What is the probability that it will be a 10p coin? You must show your working. 20p, 10p, 2p, 1p This time 1 of the 4 coins is 10p, so the probability of a 10p coin is

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