1.
A parents' evening begins at 17:00 and finishes at 19.30. A teacher has 25 appointments during this time. What is the mean time a teacher can allow for each appointment?
2.
A teacher created the pie chart below to show how the departmental budget had been spent. Mark the true statements below:
A.
About half as much money was spent on laminating as on black and white photocopying.
B.
Black and white printing accounted for about 12% of the total budget.
C.
Twice as much money was spent on colour printing as on black and white printing
3.
Use the pie chart below to answer this question. The total amount spent on all photocopying was approximately:
4.
Find the mean of the following set of numbers:51, 62, 67, 62, 71, 47, 46
5.
Find the median of the following set of numbers:
51, 62, 67, 62, 71, 47, 46
6.
Find the mode of the following set of numbers:
51, 62, 67, 62, 71, 47, 46
7.
Find the range of the following set of numbers:
51, 62, 67, 62, 71, 47, 46
8.
A.
The highest mark scored in Test Q was higher than the highest mark in Test P.
B.
More pupils scored under 50% in Test Q than in Test P
C.
The lowest mark in Test P was lower than the lowest mark in Test Q
9.
The mean height of 20 pupils in a class is 156cm. As a result of a new pupil joining the class the mean height of the class increases by 0.1cm. How tall is the new pupil?
10.
The frequency table below shows the age, in years, of pupils on a school trip.
Age
No of children
12
4
13
16
14
9
15
3Calculate the mean age of the children on the trip giving your answer to two decimal places.
11.
A GCSE coursework project was scheduled over the acdemic year. All lessons were of equal length and teaching time was structured as follows:
Activity
Proportion of time
1
30%
2
25%
3
25%
4
20%The following timetables were available:
Activity
Timetable 1
Timetable 2
Timetable 3
Timetable 4
1
14
12
12
15
2
12
10
11
11
3
12
10
11
11
4
6
8
6
10Which timetable best meets the requirements?
12.
A number is chosen at random from the numbers 1 to 100 (inclusive).
What is the probability that the number chosen is even?
13.
A number is chosen at random from the numbers 1 to 100 (inclusive).
What is the probability that the number chosen is even and greater than 90?
14.
A number is chosen at random from the numbers 1 to 100 (inclusive).
What is the probability that the number chosen is even or greater than 90?
15.
A support teacher assessed the reading age of a group of Yaer 9 pupils with Special Educational Needs.
Pupil
Actual Age in
Years Months
Reading Age in
Years Months
A
12 07
10 08
B
12 01
11 09
C
12 03
9 07
D
12 03
13 06
E
12 01
10 02
F
12 11
12 04
G
12 06
8 04
H
12 07
10 00
I
12 06
11 01
J
12 00
10 02What fraction of the pupils had a reading age of at least 1 year 9 months below their actual age?
16.
The table below shows the results of a maths test. What fraction of pupils were Level 5 or above?
17.
2A teacher analysed the reading test standardised scores of a group of pupils as shown. Indicate all of the true statements below.
A.
All the girls improved their scores between the Age 8+ and Age 10+ tests.
B.
The greatest improvement was made by a girl.
C.
3/4 of the boys improved their scores.