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Question 1 of 48
1. Question
Category: AlgebraCalculator is permitted for the first first 40 questions.
Which of the following is equal to:
p(p – n )?
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Question 2 of 48
2. Question
Category: ProbabilityTwo coins are spun at the same time and allowed to come to rest.
What is the probability that they come to rest both showing tails?
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Question 3 of 48
3. Question
Category: AlgebraThe diameter of an influenza virus is 0.0000189 centimetres.
Which of the following represents the diameter in scientific notation?
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Question 4 of 48
4. Question
Category: SpaceWhich of the four nets on the right show the top view of the shape on the left?
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Question 5 of 48
5. Question
Category: MeasurementA quick way to obtain the weight of a horse is by using a weight measure as shown below.
What is the weight of this horse?
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Question 6 of 48
6. Question
Category: SpaceJolene is the team manager for the Melville reds and wants to record the number
of people who play either basketball or netball but not both.
Which Venn diagram represents the desired information?
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Question 7 of 48
7. Question
Category: AlgebraSimon is an electrician.
He has drawn up the following table as a ready reckoner for charging his clients.
The amount he charges per hour is indicated by the question mark.
How much is Simon’s hourly charge?
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Question 8 of 48
8. Question
Category: NumberTwelve fishermen hire a boat to go fishing for six days.
The cost of hiring the boat for six days is $1200, however, the fishermen obtain a 10% discount.
What is the new cost per person?
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Question 9 of 48
9. Question
Category: StatisticsThe number of motorists caught speeding in a school zone over six days is recorded as
6, 8, 8, 9, 10 and 13.
Give the values of the median, mode, mean and range for this data?
Click and drag the correct value to the appropriate statistical measure.
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median speed

modal speed

mean speed

range of speeds
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Question 10 of 48
10. Question
Category: AlgebraGive the value of this expression to two decimal places if a = 2.4
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Question 11 of 48
11. Question
Category: SpaceGive the size of ∠CAB (indicated in red).
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Question 12 of 48
12. Question
Category: NumberHere is a picture of a car park.
Approximately what percentage of the car bays are vacant?
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Question 13 of 48
13. Question
Category: NumberLisa is taking part in a walkathon to raise money for her school. She wants to raise $200.
Her two uncles give her $30 each and her parents promise $5 a lap.
How many laps will she need to run to raise the $200?
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Question 14 of 48
14. Question
Category: SpaceA sporting club logo is made up of a pentagon with two obtuse and two acute angles.
Which of the following is the logo?
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Question 15 of 48
15. Question
Category: NumberThe floor in a child’s playroom is made up of colourful tiles as shown.
What fraction of the tiles are blue?
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Question 16 of 48
16. Question
Category: AlgebraWhich number makes this number sentence correct?
4.2 x ? = 7.56
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Question 17 of 48
17. Question
Category: AlgebraGive the simplified answer to this expression.
2(t – 5) – 3(2 – t)
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Question 18 of 48
18. Question
Category: ProbabilityA hotel in Perth is having a promotion.
An envelope containing a voucher for a week’s free accommodation is left in one of the rooms.
What is the probability the voucher is won by a customer who booked a deluxe suite?
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Question 19 of 48
19. Question
Category: MeasurementWhich of the triangles below has an area of 48 m²?
(The triangles are not drawn to scale).
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Question 20 of 48
20. Question
Category: MeasurementHow many cubic metres of wheat are there in this conical pile?
Use the rule V = 1/3 x π x r² x h where r is the radius of the pile and h is the height of the pile.
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Question 21 of 48
21. Question
Category: NumberIn Australia, road distance is measured in kilometres.
In the USA, road distance is measured in miles.
Eight kilometres is equivalent to approximately 5 miles.
Solange travels 190 miles from Boston to New York.
Approximately how many kilometres is this?
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Question 22 of 48
22. Question
Category: NumberSam and James are plumbers. Sam charges $60 per hour plus a $60 call out fee.
James charges a $100 call out fee plus $50 per hour.
After how many hours will their charges work out to be the same?
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Question 23 of 48
23. Question
Category: Number15% of the students in Sheila’s year group got more than 85% for their final exam.
If there are 80 students in Sheila’s year group, how many received more than 85%?
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Question 24 of 48
24. Question
Category: SpaceThe shape on the left is to be rotated 90⁰ in an anticlockwise direction.
Which shape on the right will represent the new position?
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Question 25 of 48
25. Question
Category: NumberDoug is painting this picket fence a nice grey colour.
What percentage of the fence has he still got to paint before completing the job?
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Question 26 of 48
26. Question
Category: AlgebraThe coach of a basketball team spent $78 on four basketballs.
After purchasing the four balls, he had $4 left.
Which algebraic equation would be suitable to work out the cost of one basketball?
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Question 27 of 48
27. Question
Category: NumberLes enters a 40 kilometre cycle race. His average speed for the ride is 30 kph.
How long did it take Les to complete the ride?
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Question 28 of 48
28. Question
Category: MeasurementA quarter of a litre of juice is added to this container.
How much juice is there in the jug after the extra has been added?
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Question 29 of 48
29. Question
Category: NumberAnna, Bev and Carol do letterbox drops in the local community.
Each person’s pay depends on the number of hours they work.
In one week they were paid a total of $1200. How much is Bev’s share?
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Question 30 of 48
30. Question
Category: NumberAmbika is making some ‘Honey Joys’ to sell at the school fundraiser.
She finds a recipe that will make 24 Honey Joys.
Ambika wants to make five dozen. How many grams of butter will she need?
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Question 31 of 48
31. Question
Category: StatisticsJoanne is the team’s goalie for the Coffs netball team.
Her last six matches saw the following results:
30, 28, 32, 29, 33, 28 goals
In her 7th game, Joanne again managed 28 goals.
Which of the following is a true statement?
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Question 32 of 48
32. Question
Category: NumberLinda went shopping for a new top to wear to the school dance.
The table below shows the original price of the tops as well as the discounts available.
Which shop has the best price after the discount has been applied?
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Question 33 of 48
33. Question
Category: MeasurementBelow is a picture of Nick’s back yard.
The area of the lawn is 25 m².
What is the area of the paved area?
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Question 34 of 48
34. Question
Category: AlgebraPablo, the plumber, has a graph that he consults when working out customers accounts.
Which of the following is true about Pablo’s charges?
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Question 35 of 48
35. Question
Category: NumberThe minimum Australian standards for wheelchair ramps is 1:13.
What is the Horizontal distance of a ramp if the vertical distance is 40 centimetres?
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Question 36 of 48
36. Question
Category: MeasurementThe picture below shows a crosswalk.
The white rectangles are made from very thin plastic and glued to the road.
What is the amount of white plastic used?
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Question 37 of 48
37. Question
Category: TimeThe Departure times of flights from Perth are shown below.
How far apart are the Departure times of the 08:40 flight to Sydney and the flight to Brisbane?
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Question 38 of 48
38. Question
Category: NumberThe scale model of this truck to the real truck is 1:180.
What is the length of the real truck in metres?
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Question 39 of 48
39. Question
Category: StatisticsThe table below shows the number of fish captured in a small hatchery.
What percentage of the fish (nearest whole number) are less than 400 grams?
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Question 40 of 48
40. Question
Category: NumberCalculate the following giving your answer rounded to three decimal places.
√5 + ¾ + π
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Question 41 of 48
41. Question
Category: Number The next eight questions are to be completed without a calculator
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A Newsagent purchases pens in packets of a dozen to sell in his Newsagency.
If the Newsagent requires 60 pens, how many packets will he purchase?
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Question 42 of 48
42. Question
Category: SpaceWhich 3D shape will this net make?
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Question 43 of 48
43. Question
Category: NumberSimon is building a shed. He estimates his costs to be:
Land purchase $225 000
Planning approval $5 245
Building costs $181 000
His total cost is closest to:
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Question 44 of 48
44. Question
Category: MeasurementIn the diagram below each small gold rectangle is 3 centimetres long and 2 centimetres wide.
Use this information to give the area of the grey triangle.
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Question 45 of 48
45. Question
Category: AlgebraGive the value of:
2³ x 3²
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Question 46 of 48
46. Question
Category: ProbabilityBelow is the spinner for a new game called ‘Broke’.
What chance has Kevin got of going broke or visiting the bank on his next spin?
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Question 47 of 48
47. Question
Category: StatisticsAlex and his four friends play a game in which the person with the lowest score wins.
The table shows the final scores for each person except Alice.
If Alice won the game and the range was 20, what was Alice’s score?
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Question 48 of 48
48. Question
Category: AlgebraSimplify the following expression.
7 – 3(2 – 3a) – 4
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