# Cambridge Primary Checkpoint 2014 - 2017 - Math - Paper 2

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Source: Cambridge Primary Checkpoint support material at cambridgeinternational.org

Complete the table. (a): ;

(b): .

Use either < or > to make each statement correct. (a): ;

(b): ;

(c): .

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=> boats.

(a) Each diagram shows a pair of numbers, one in a circle and one in a square. Describe the connection between the pairs of numbers.: ;
b) The numbers in this diagram are connected in the same way. Fill in the missing number. => (a): .

Choose the number which has the digit 5 in the thousands column.

65 302                 51 302            69 502            48 352

• 65302
• 51302
• 69502
• 48352

Marcel sells ice-creams. One day he keeps a tally of his sales. (a) Complete the frequency column.
(a): };

(b): ;

(b) He puts all of this information into a bar chart. Draw the bar for mint. Write the missing number. => (a): . (a): ;

(b): ;

(c): .

Choose the calculation that is the same as 1/4 of 12?

• 12 x 4
• 12 - 4
• 12 + 1/4
• 12 : 4
• 12 - 1/4

The difference between the two numbers in boxes shown on this line is 10. Write the missing number in the box. => (a): .

(a) Round 8375 to the nearest thousand: ;

(b) Round 3.66 to the nearest tenth.: . (a): ;

(b): ;

(c): ;

(d): .

(a) Clara is investigating the following statement: "Some quadrilaterals have exactly two lines of symmetry".
On the grid below, draw an example of a shape that shows this statement to be true. (Drawing of a rectangle or drawing of a rhombus.) (b) Adam is investigating this statement: "Some triangles contain exactly two right angles.".
Explain why this statement is false.:.

Complete the table of equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. (a): ;

(b): ;

(c): ;

(d): .

Here is a number grid. Choose the number that can be divided by 7 with a remainder of 1.

• 74
• 75
• 76
• 84
• 85
• 86
• 94
• 95
• 96

What is the missing number? => . cm.

Here are 2 triangles on a grid. (a) What are the coordinates of point C? : ;
(b) Describe the translation that moves triangle A to triangle B.
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Use one of the symbols to complete each number sentences. (a): ;

(b): ;

(c): .

The distance between two towns is 50 miles.

Choose the best approximation of 50 miles in kilometers.

• 8 kilometres
• 30 kilometres
• 80 kilometres
• 200 kilometres
• 500 kilometres

Here is a net of a 3D shape. (a) What 3D shape does it make?
=> ;
(b) Alex thinks of a 3D shape: "My shape has 6 vertices, 5 faces and 9 edges.".
Write down the name of the 3D shape Alex is thinking of.: . (a): ;

(b): ;

(c): ;

(d): .

A glass holds 225 millilitres of water.
Peter drinks 1.8 liters of water during a day.
How many glasses of water does he drink during the day?: . a) (a): ; (b): . b) (c): ; (d): .

Here are two bags. Bag A has 1 black bead and 3 white beads.
Bag B has 2 white beads and 6 black beads.
Isaac takes a bead without looking from each bag in turn.
(a) What is the probability of Isaac taking a black bead from bag A?

Choose one answer.

• certain
• impossible
• even
• likely
• unlikely

Here are two bags. Bag A has 1 black bead and 3 white beads. Bag B has 2 white beads and 6 black beads. Isaac takes a bead without looking from each bag in turn.
b) What is the probability of Isaac taking a black bead from bag B? Mark your answer with an arrow (↓) on the probability line. • certain
• impossible
• even
• likely
• unlikely

Here is part of a train timetable. Both trains take the same time to travel between stations. (a) Fill in the missing time for Train B.: ;
(b) What is the journey time between Longfield and Churchville?: minutes.

The price of a coat is \$45. In a sale the price is reduced by 15%. Work out the price of the coat in the sale.: \$.

Rotate the shape clockwise through an angle of 90° about vertex A. Fill in the missing digits to make this addition correct. (a): ;

(b): ;

(c): .