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GCSE Higher

! Set A

! Calculator Paper

Equipment

2. A pencil.

3. An eraser.

4. A ruler.

5. A pair of compasses.

6. A protractor.

7. A calculator

Guidance

answering it.

2. Dont spend too long on one question.

3. Attempt every question.

4. Check your answers seem right.

5. Always show your workings

Information

2. The marks for questions are shown in brackets

3. You may ask for more lined, graph or tracing

paper.

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1. Sophie went to Spain.

! She changed 225 into euros ().

.........................

(2)

!

! On her return to England, Sophie changed 66 into pounds ()

.........................

(2)

....................................................................

(2)

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3.! Students sit a chemistry test and a physics test.

! The results are shown in the scatter graph below.

.........................

(1)

! Megan missed the chemistry test. She scored 17 in the physics test.!

! (b) Use a line of best fit to estimate Megans score in the chemistry test.

.........................

(1)

! (c) Explain why it would not be sensible to use the line of best fit to estimate the

! physics score for a student who scored 35 in chemistry.

! ................................................................................................................................

! ................................................................................................................................

(1)

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4.! Rebecca buys 27 identical ornaments.

! The total cost is 171.18

.........................

(3)

5.

! !

.............................................................

(1)

! (b) Write your answer to 3 significant figures.

.........................

(1)

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6.! The diagram shows the position of two cities C and D.

.........................km

(2)

...............................

(1)

! E is South-East of C.

! (c) Write down the bearing of E from C.

...............................

(1)

(2)

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7.! At a rugby match, the ratio of children to adults is 2 : 3

! ! There are 80 children in the crowd.

! ! Each adult ticket costs 8

! ! Each child ticket costs a quarter of the adult ticket.

.........................

(4)

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8.! The equation

! ! ! x + 2x = 50

! Give your answer correct to 1 decimal place.

! You must show all your working.

x = ...............................

(4)

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9.! Using ruler and compasses, construct the bisector of angle ABC.

(2)

10. ! Prove the sum of three consecutive positive integers is always divisible by 3.

(3)

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11.! Timothy asked 30 people how long it takes them to get to school.

!

! The table shows some information about his results.

..........................minutes

(4)

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12.! Shown is a semi-circle.

! State the units for your answer.

..............................

(3)

13.

! Expand and simplify! (w - 2)(w - 7)

...................................

(2)

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14.! (a) Simplify

.............................

(1)

! (b) Simplify

.............................

(1)

! (c)! Simplify

! ! ! ! !

.............................

(2)

! (d)! Simplify

! ! ! !

.............................

(2)

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15.

PQ is 50cm

QR is 2m

Give your answer in metres, correct to 1 decimal place.

.................... m

(4)

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16.! Mrs Davis sets her class a quiz, which has a maximum score of 50.

! The distribution of the scores are shown in a box plot below.

.........................

(1)

! (b) Write down the highest score.

.........................

(1)

! (c) Find the interquartile range.

.........................

(2)

! (d) What percentage of the class scored a lower mark than Martin?

.........................%

(1)

! the range.

! Explain why.

! ................................................................................................................................

! ................................................................................................................................

(1)

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17.! A radioactive substance decays over time.

! Every year its mass decreases by 14%.

! How many years will it take for 500kg of the substance to decay to a mass less

! than 200kg?

.........................years

(3)

! He is asked to test a sample of 40 chocolates stratified by type of chocolate.

! The table shows the number of each type of chocolate in the shop.

! Calculate the number of dark chocolates required for his stratified sample.

...............................

(3)

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19.! (a) ! Triangle ABC has a right angle.

! ! Angle BAC is 25

! ! AC = 12.5cm

....................cm

(3)

....................

(3)

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20.! Prove (2n + 3) - (2n - 3) is always a multiple of 8.

(3)

21.! Solve y + 4y 12 = 0

.....................................

(2)

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22.

! !

.........................cm

(3)

23.

! ! Write as a fraction

.........................

(3)

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24.! David has 12 sweets in a box.

! 3 of the sweets are toffees.

! 2 of the sweets are mints.

! Work out the probability that the sweets will be the same flavour.

.........................

(4)

! !

.........................

(3)

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26.! Write x + 10x + 6 in the form (x + a) + b, where a and b are constants.

........................................

(3)

! (a) 8

..........................

(1)

! (b)

..........................

(1)

! (c) 2

..........................

(1)

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28.

! This sphere and cone have the same volume.

h = .........................

(5)

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