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Question 1 of 48
1. Question
Category: TimeThe calculator is permitted for the first 40 questions.
A telemovie commences at 7:45 pm and finishes at 9:30 pm.
There are 20 minutes of advertising during the movie.
What is the length of the film?
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Question 2 of 48
2. Question
Category: NumberApproximately what percentage of the fruit in this bowl are oranges?
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Question 3 of 48
3. Question
Category: NumberWhich of the following has the same value as 30²?
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Question 4 of 48
4. Question
Category: SpaceGive the size of ∠ABC.
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Question 5 of 48
5. Question
Category: NumberThe rectangle and square have the same perimeter.
What are the side lengths of the square?
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Question 6 of 48
6. Question
Category: NumberSam’s jogging speed is 10 kph.
How long will it take Sam to cover a distance of 2 km?
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Question 7 of 48
7. Question
Category: SpaceGive the value of the angle marked x°.
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Question 8 of 48
8. Question
Category: StatisticsThis spinner was spun 60 times.
Which table best represents the results of the 60 spins?
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Question 9 of 48
9. Question
Category: TimeTwo friends are flying to Europe for a holiday.
Ellen is travelling to Barcelona and Carol to Rome.
How long after seeing Ellen off does Carol have to wait before her plane departs for Rome?
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Question 10 of 48
10. Question
Category: NumberDrag and drop each decimal to match the equivalent fraction.
Sort elements
 0.75
 0.9
 0.8
 1.5
 0.09
 0.5
 0.45
 0.32

3/4

9/10

4/5

3/2
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Question 11 of 48
11. Question
Category: NumberThis hat is offered for sale at 10% off the listed price.
What is the sale price of the hat?
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Question 12 of 48
12. Question
Category: NumberThe ingredients for making a batch of playdough are listed below:
1 cup of water
1 tablespoon of food colouring
2.75 cups of flour
3/4 cup of salt
1 tablespoon of vegetable oil
2 tablespoons of cream of tartar
Marie wants to make 4 batches of playdough. How much flour will she need?
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Question 13 of 48
13. Question
Category: NumberThe land area of each Australian mainland state is listed in the table below.
How many times larger is WA than NSW?
(answer as a decimal)
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Question 14 of 48
14. Question
Category: NumberWhat number does the question mark (?) represent in this equation?
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Question 15 of 48
15. Question
Category: MeasurementBelow is an architect’s design for a workbench.
How many square metres of bench space are there?
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Question 16 of 48
16. Question
Category: AlgebraA representation of the Smith family is shown below.
The son is five years old.
Mum is three years more than six times older than her son.
Dad is six years older than Mum.
How old is Dad?
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Question 17 of 48
17. Question
Category: SpaceWhich net on the right is a top view of the 3dimensional shape on the left?
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Question 18 of 48
18. Question
Category: NumberChloe bought this tray of eggs and used 6 of them to make an omelette.
What fraction of the tray has she used?
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Question 19 of 48
19. Question
Category: ProbabilityMiriam conducted a survey of 30 students regarding their favourite type of movie.
Her results are shown in the table.
What is the probability that a randomly chosen student preferred comedy movies?
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Question 20 of 48
20. Question
Category: NumberThree towns, Fartown, Closetown and Neartown, lie in order along a straight road.
Fartown is 600 km from Neartown, and Closetown is 290 km from Neartown.
How far is Fartown from Closetown?
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Question 21 of 48
21. Question
Category: NumberThere are 295 seats in rows of 24 seats to a row in a small cinema, except for the very front row.
How many seats are in the very front row?
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Question 22 of 48
22. Question
Category: NumberA one kilolitre water tank is leaking.
Before Mr Jones could repair the leak, the tank had lost a quarter of its contents.
Which of the following best represents the amount of water left in the tank?
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Question 23 of 48
23. Question
Category: MeasurementA drinks company sells 2500 bottles of plain mineral water
and 1750 bottles of flavoured mineral water every day.
Each bottle contains 500 millilitres of mineral water.
How many litres of mineral water do they sell each day?
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Question 24 of 48
24. Question
Category: NumberRon went shopping for a new pair of joggers.
The table shows four stores that are offering the same type of shoe at discounted prices.
Which shop has the cheapest shoes after the discount is applied?
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Question 25 of 48
25. Question
Category: StatisticsAn insurance company surveyed insurance cover
for flood damage in three Queensland cities.
What percentage of people in Townsville knew they
did not have any insurance cover at the time of the flood?
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Question 26 of 48
26. Question
Category: NumberLast year’s AFL Grand Final crowd was 99 452.
The commentator said there were 99 000.
Which of these statements is true?
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Question 27 of 48
27. Question
Category: NumberSeven friends shared a block of chocolate.
They each received six squares, with three squares remaining.
If the chocolate was shared among eight friends, how many squares would remain?
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Question 28 of 48
28. Question
Category: NumberAshley is required to place a small marker at ¾ (3/4).
Which of the following indicates the correct position of the marker?
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Question 29 of 48
29. Question
Category: NumberEach storey of this building is 3.1 metres high.
How high is the building?
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Question 30 of 48
30. Question
Category: AlgebraImogen has “d” dollars,
but Cosmo has four more than three times as many dollars as Imogen.
How much money has Cosmo got?
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Question 31 of 48
31. Question
Category: NumberThis photo is to have both its length and width doubled.
What effect will this have on the original area of the photo?
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Question 32 of 48
32. Question
Category: NumberBelow is a diagram of Liam’s backyard.
The lawn (green section) has an area of 16 m².
How many times larger is the paved area than the grassed area?
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Question 33 of 48
33. Question
Category: AlgebraMorag is making a pattern using tiles.
How many tiles will she require to make the eighth shape?
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Question 34 of 48
34. Question
Category: TimeToday is the 28th of September. My birthday is in a week.
What date is my Birthday?
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Question 35 of 48
35. Question
Category: StatisticsThe column graph shows the wages of four people.
Which of the following statements are true?
(tick all that apply)
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Question 36 of 48
36. Question
Category: SpaceCarol is at the movies and sitting in seat D8. Her friend Jasmine is two rows
further back and four seats further to the right of Carol (facing the screen).
Which seat is Jasmine’s?
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Question 37 of 48
37. Question
Category: ProbabilityHarper only likes black chocolate buttons.
She takes one from the table without looking.
What chance has she got of getting what she wants?
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Question 38 of 48
38. Question
Category: MeasurementFive identical cubes are glued together.
Each face of the cubes has an area of 2 cm².
If the whole shape is dipped in grey paint, what would be the area covered in paint?
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Question 39 of 48
39. Question
Category: MeasurementWhich of the following is closest to a kilogram in weight?
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Question 40 of 48
40. Question
Category: NumberLilly has saved $450 towards her music camp.
She needs to save another $550 in the next eight weeks before she leaves.
What is the minimum amount that Lilly needs to save each week
to make the final payment of $550?
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Question 41 of 48
41. Question
Category: Space The next 8 questions are to be completed without a calculator
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Which of these shapes has one line of symmetry?
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Question 42 of 48
42. Question
Category: NumberFour friends were comparing the size of the following three values.
A. 0.15
B. 1/5
C. 15%
James said that A and B are equal.
Brian mentioned that A and C are equal.
Wayne is sure that B is less than A.
Kelvin pointed out that A is more than C.
Who is correct?
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Question 43 of 48
43. Question
Category: StatisticsThe Tatum Sports Club surveyed its members’ sports preference.
The results are presented in the column graph below.
How many more males played golf than tennis.
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Question 44 of 48
44. Question
Category: StatisticsThe work roster for five people is shown below.
Who is not working with Liah on Thursday?
(Tick all relevant boxes).
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Question 45 of 48
45. Question
Category: NumberWhich of the following is not the same amount as 2000 x 40?
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Question 46 of 48
46. Question
Category: AlgebraAmbika is making a pattern with toothpicks.
The first four shapes of the pattern are shown below.
After making the sixth shape in the pattern, Ambika finds she has six toothpicks left over.
How many toothpicks did she have in her hand to make the sixth shape?
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Question 47 of 48
47. Question
Category: NumberKim collects football cards. He has:

Five more Dockers cards than Eagles cards.

Six fewer Eagles cards than Tigers cards.

14 Tigers cards.
How many football cards does Kim have altogether?
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Question 48 of 48
48. Question
Category: SpaceKayla has started to draw a kite by plotting points on a set of axes.
Which is the correct position of the fourth point?
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