Cambridge Primary Checkpoint 2015 - Test 1

4/6/2021 2:27:00 PM

Add P to the number 8, the result is divisible by 14. P could be the following EXCEPT

  • 6
  • 8
  • 20
  • 34

104 – 48 : 8 × 2 + 4 = _____ + 16

What is the missing number?

  • 2
  • 68
  • 78
  • 80

If X is 4 more than Y, find the value of Y.

  • 2

The length of the base of the triangle is 1/4 of its height. Find the area of the triangle.

  • 18 cm2

  • 36 cm2

  • 108 cm2

  • 512 cm2

h plus 48 minutes equals _____ h.

A pillow costs 5 times as much as three towels. The total cost of a pillow and a towel is $40. Find the cost of a dozen towels: _____.

  • 10
  • 15
  • 20
  • 30

Which of the following is smaller than and ?

  • 4.7

The figure below shows a shaded triangle in a square. Find the area of the triangle.

  • 8 cm2

  • 16 cm2

  • 32 cm2

  • 48 cm2

Round off 451602 ÷ 100 to the nearest tens.

  • 4510
  • 4520
  • 45160
  • 45200

Kenneth faces Southeast after making a 135⁰ anticlockwise turn. Where would he be facing if he makes a 45⁰ clockwise turn instead?

  • Northwest
  • Northeast
  • Southwest
  • West

In the figure, PQ and RS are straight lines. Find the value of ∠a - ∠b

  • 5⁰

  • 25⁰

  • 30⁰

  • 35⁰

A blouse costs as much as 6/5 of a shirt. A blouse and two shirts cost $112. How much more does a blouse cost than a shirt?

  • $7
  • $22.40
  • $35
  • $42

What must be subtracted from 728054 to make 3/5 million?

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In 692178, subtract the value of its smallest digit from the value of its largest digit.

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Estimate the product of 798 × 992. How many ten thousands are there in the result?

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In a car park, there are 135 cars and some motorcycles. If 1/6 of the vehicles are motorcycles, how many wheels are there in the car park?

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The figure below shows a rectangle, ABCD, and a triangle, BDF. The length of BE to the length of BC is in the ratio 1 : 3 ABF is a straight line and AB is 16 cm longer than BF. Given that the length of BF = 20 cm. Find the total area of the figure. 

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What is the missing number in the box?

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5/7 of Mr. Lim’s Money was distributed equally among the 4 children. He had $810 more than each child in the end. How much money was given to the children?

=> Answer: $

On a farm, the number of chickens to the number of ducks was in the ratio 5:3. The ratio became 3:2 after 300 chickens were sold. How many more chickens than ducks were there at first?

=> Answer: chickens

Miss Lim spent 2/3 of her savings for holiday to Japan. She had $320 left after depositing 80% of the remaining savings into her bank account. How much did she spend on the holiday?

=> Answer: $