Cambridge Primary Checkpoint - April -2016 - Paper 2

4/6/2021 2:30:00 PM

Choose the correct time that Alan arrives at school on morning.

  • 1:50 am
  • 2:09 pm
  • 2:50 am
  • 10:09 am

Choose the lengths which are less than half a meter.

  • 60cm
  • 43 cm
  • 54 cm
  • 26 cm
  • 87 cm

Write in the missing numbers.

(a) ÷ 12 = 27

(b) 16 x = 384

This pictogram shows how many cups of juice were sold in a day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(a) How many cups of apple juice were sold?

=> Answer: cups

(b) How many more cups of orange were sold than mango?

=> Answer: cups

A doll’s house is 1/8 the size of a real house.

The length of the doll’s house is 1.5m.

How long is the real house?

=> Answer: m

The numbers on each side of the triangle add up to 120.

Use 4 different multiples of 10 to complete the diagram. There are 2 cases.

Answer:

Case A Case B
(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)

4 children share 3 cakes equally.

How much cake will 1 child get?

=> Answer: cake

Answer:

Case A Case B
(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)

 

A bottle of orange juice contains 230 ml.

Two of these bottles are poured into this jug.

Choose the scale to show the level of juice in the jug. 

=> Answer: - ml

Here are some statements about odd and even numbers.

Choose the correct answers.

The first one has been done for you.

  • (1) - True
  • (1) - Not true
  • (2) - True
  • (2) - Not true

There are 34 balloons in a pack.

Sharifa has two packs.

Kimi and Neera share a pack equally.

How many balloons does each child have?

Answer: 

Sharifa has balloons

Kimi has balloons

Neera has balloons

Look at the three rectangles.

Which rectangle has the largest area?

Show calculations to explain your answer.

=> Answer:

Area of A: x = cm2  

Area of B: x = cm2

Area of C: x = cm2

=> The rectangle has the largest area:

Here is a recipe for Choco Milkshake.

(a) Ron makes enough milkshake for 6 people. How much melted-chocolate does he use?

=> Answer: ml

(b) Ron has 600 ml of milkshake left. How much ice cream does it contain?

=> Answer: scoops

Choose the square number(s).

  • 5
  • 10
  • 18
  • 26
  • 36
  • 42

Look at the diagram.

 

 

 

 


(a) Calculate the size of angle a.

=> Answer: a = o

(b) Calculate the size of angle b.

=> Answer: b = o

Put one of these signs into each box to make the calculation correct: 

  =   >   <

4 × 5 3 × 8

13 × 17 15 × 15

256 ÷ 8 6 + 7 + 8

Calculate 158 ÷ 5

(a) Give your answer as a decimal:  

(b) Rewrite the answer as a mixed number: ; (TiengAnhK12 chưa thiết kế để bạn viết được dạng hỗn số, bạn vui lòng viết ra giấy và đối chiếu với đáp án cho sẵn nhé.)

Write the missing number.

37.5 × 6 = 25 ×

Here are four calculations.

(1) 16.4 × 3.3

(2) 140.643 ÷ 2.7

(3) 167.36 ÷ 3.2

(4) 17.6 × 3

(a) Which calculation gives the largest answer? => Answer:

(b) Which calculation gives the smallest answer? => Answer:

The table shows the population of a small town by age.

The bar chart shows the same information. Label the bar chart.

(1)     

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)  

(6)     

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)  

 

Here is part of a bus timetable.

(a) Mr. Hasan travels from Fenton to Leadtown.

He catches the 08 38 bus.

How long will his journey last? Give units with your answer.

=> Answer:

(b) Mrs. Shah lives in Kibstock and needs to be in Pentwell by 11 35

What is the latest bus she can catch from Kibstock?

=> Answer: the bus

The product of two prime numbers is 39.

What are the two numbers? Write the smaller one in the first box.

Answer: and  

Here are six number cards.

Use four of these cards to complete the calculations. You can only use each card once.

Answer:

0.63 × =

÷ 100 =

Jamie chooses two 2-digit numbers.

They are both multiples of 10.

Their product is 5600.

What numbers could they be? Write the smaller one in the first box.

Answer: and

Here are four bags containing black and white beads.

Complete the following sentences.

(a) The probability of picking a black bead is the same from bag as from bag .

(b) The best chance of picking a black bead is from bag .

Rebekah is making a number pattern using counters.

(a) Which numbers does the pattern represent? Write in the correct order in the picture.

=> Answer: ; ; ;

(b) How many counters will there be in the 6th pattern?

=> Answer:

Write all the three-digit numbers between 100 and 160 which are

  • divisible by 2 and
  • not divisible by 4 and
  • divisible by 5

Write the numbers from the smallest to the biggest.

=> Answer: ; ;