# 11+ Practice Paper in the style of CEM Numerical Reasoning and Non Verbal Reasoning

In this assessment, students will be able to complete a timed 11+ NVR and Numerical Reasoning paper in the style of CEM.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  11+ Practice Papers

Curriculum subtopic:  Numerical and Non-Verbal Reasoning

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

This is a practice 11+ Numerical Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning paper in the style of a CEM assessment.

This is a multiple choice assessment.

In the 11+, you may complete your answers on a separate piece of paper or on a computer.

At EdPlace, you will select the correct answer from five options on the computer (a,b,c,d,e).

This paper includes a variety of types of numerical and non-verbal questions.

At the start of each question, there will be a set of instructions which you will need to apply until further instruction.

You should work as quickly as possible through the questions.

The timer is set for 40 minutes for this practice paper, although you can keep working after the timer has run out.

This means that you should aim for no more than 1 minute per question and hopefully, as you become more confident, less than 1 minute.

You may find some of the questions difficult.

If you are struggling to answer a question do not waste time on it, but move onto the next question.

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For questions 1 and 2, you will need to identify which shape in the list below is the odd one out.

a)b)c)d) e)

For questions 1 and 2, you will need to identify which shape in the list below is the odd one out.

a)   b)c)   d)   e)

For questions 3 and 4, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Find the shape that shares this relationship.

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

For questions 3 and 4, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Find the shape that shares this relationship.

For questions 5 and 6, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence

PU

TS

SD

TF

SU

For questions 5 and 6, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

ZJH

BJG

ZHS

BHS

EJG

For questions 7 and 8, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would be next in the series below.

For questions 7 and 8, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would be next in the series below.

For questions 9 and 10, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

For questions 9 and 10, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

For questions 11 and 12, identify the relationship between shapes in figure 1.

Apply this relationship to the shape in figure 2 and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

Figure 1

Figure 2

For questions 11 and 12, identify the relationship between the first two shapes below.

Apply this relationship to the third shape and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 13 and 14, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this image, hiding in one of the shapes below?

For questions 13 and 14, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this image, hiding in one of the shapes below?

For questions 15 and 16, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

For questions 15 and 16, a piece of paper has been folded in half, folded again and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

For questions 17 and 18, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This is the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

For questions 17 and 18, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This is the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

For questions 19 and 20, a shape has been rotated.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

For questions 19 and 20, a shape has been rotated.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

For questions 21 and 22, you need to join the shapes below.

Matching letters have to touch to create a new shape.

For questions 21 and 22, you need to join the shapes below.

Matching letters have to touch to create a new shape.

For questions 23 and 24, you need to imagine that the shape below is a piece of paper.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line in the direction of the arrows.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

For questions 23 and 24, you must imagine that the shape below is a piece of paper.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line in the direction of the arrows.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

Sam is making a cake, he has put the butter, sugar and 2 eggs in the bowl.

The total weight of the ingredients is 370 g.

He has put in 160 g of sugar and 160 g of butter so far.

How much does one egg weigh?

50 g

45 g

25 g

35 g

40 g

The whole of a primary school are going on a trip at the end of the year.

Each year group has 90 students in it.

Mrs. Smith, the Headteacher, is missing some replies.

Here is a table showing her replies so far:

 Year Group Number of Replies Received Year 1 89 Year 2 85 Year 3 83 Year 4 86 Year 5 84 Year 6 87

Which year group has the most number of students who have not yet replied?

Year 3

Year 5

Year 2

Year 4

Year 6

A local supermarket has recorded the flavours of crisps that are most popular with shoppers.

They are considering the results they gathered, shown in this chart:

Identify the statement that is true below.

Salt and Vinegar is the most popular flavour.

Cheese and Onion accounts for 50% of the sales.

Together Prawn Cocktail and Salt and Vinegar account for a third of sales.

Prawn Cocktail will be the best flavour to buy next year.

Claire has 3 rabbits.

She likes to treat them equally and has bought 65 carrots to last them for 1 weeks' worth of treats in addition to their normal food.

She shares the carrots out equally, and whatever she cannot divide she eats herself.

How many carrots will each rabbit get a day?

1

21

3

23

5

Louise is given £6 pocket money a week.

She has seen a new pair of trainers that she would like to buy that cost £58.

How many weeks will it take before Louise has enough money to buy the trainers?

4 weeks

5 weeks

6 weeks

7 weeks

8 weeks

All students in Year 5 have chosen their favourite sport from the list below.

 SPORT STUDENT VOTES Football 18 Rugby 11 Hockey 2 Tennis 10 Badminton 3 Rounders 16

Which 2 sports together make up exactly a third of the students' votes?

Football and Rugby

Tennis and Rounders

Rugby and Rounders

Football and Hockey

A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

The above pictures show a clock as it moves chronologically throughout the day from lunchtime.

Which of the clocks is in the wrong place?

A

B

C

D

E

Mr. Hughes sells his jam at county fairs between March and August each year.

Look at his sales from last year.

 March 7 Jars April 12 Jars May 15 Jars June 16 Jars July 14 Jars August 8 Jars

What is the average amount of jam that Mr. Hughes sold in a month last year?

15 Jars

13 Jars

14 Jars

13 Jars

12 Jars

A local business wants to sponsor a percentage of their profits to two local causes - the animal centre and the local girls' football team.

They have £35,000 in profit and they would like to donate 10% to the animal centre and 8% to the girls' football team.

How much would the girls' football team get in sponsorship?

£2,400

£4,200

£3,000

£2,800

£240

Steve buys 6 bars of chocolate for 37p each and 2 packets of crisps for 82p.

He pays with a £5 note.

How much change should Steve expect to get?

£3.68

£1.14

£1.41

£3.86

£1.68

John is doing the shopping for his wife's birthday party.

There are 25 adults attending the party and John thinks there should be enough for each adult to have 1 / 6 of a cake.

There will be 16 children also coming to the party and John thinks 1 / 8 each of a cake will be enough.

If John buys 7 identical cakes, how much will he have left?

2 ⁄ 8

4 ⁄ 6

1 ⁄ 6

5 ⁄ 8

5 ⁄ 6

Can you work out the total volume of the cubes below in cm³?

The length of each cube is 3 cm.

27 cm³

33 cm³

66 cm³

81 cm³

67 cm³

Jack has y amount of pairs of trainers.

Can you work out what the value for y is in the equation below?

30 + 3y = 39

6

3

36

33

13

Can you work out the area of the triangle above?

80 cm³

20 cm³

40 cm³

80 cm²

40 cm²

Fiona has run 890 m on the school track.

How far has she managed to run in cm?

890 cm

1680 cm

98000 cm

16800 cm

89000 cm

How many students took part in this survey?

40

42

30

46

38

The above graph shows how a persons body temperature changes as they exercise.

At 16 minutes, what is the person's body temperature?

107 ° F

101 ° F

103 ° F

100 ° F

97 ° F

George has £1.53 in one penny and two pence coins.

George has 87 one penny coins.

How many two pence coins does he have?

24

27

30

33

36

Felicity has T + 2 pairs of trainers in her wardrobe and her friend Ivy has 2T pairs of trainers in hers.

Together Felicity and Ivy have 26 pairs of trainers.

How many pairs of trainers does Felicity have?

10

12

14

16

18

The following table shows a breakdown of the different nationalities to stay in a London hotel in the 4 months.

 American 587 people Austrian 68 people Belgian 37 people British 985 people Chinese 482 people Columbian 36 people Danish 17 people

Which country has the median figure for the number of visitors to the hotel?

American

Austrian

Belgian

British

Columbian

Stuart rolls the 6-sided dice below.

What is the probability that he will roll an even number?

1/6

2/6

4/6

1/2

1/3

There are 4 sets of twins in 2 classes of 20 students each.

What percentage of the class are twins?

10%

15%

20%

25%

30%

Amy thinks of a number.

She adds 6 to this number.

She multiplies this by 3 and gets 72.

What was the number Amy was first thinking of?

12

24

18

16

36

Holly cuts out some shapes from some paper.

She cuts out 1 rectangle that has a length of 6 cm and a width of 3 cm.

She cuts out 2 triangles.

One triangle has a base of 6 cm and a height of 10 cm.

The other has a base of 8 cm and a height of 8 cm.

What is the total area of all the shapes put together?

60 cm³

142 cm³

140 cm³

80 cm³

100 cm³

What are the coordinates for the location of letter G?

8 , 4

9 , 6

10 , 6

10 , 5

6 , 9

Look at points E and C.

Where would you move point H to in order to create a right-angled triangle?

8 , 3

3 , 8

3 , 1

8 , 2

2 , 8

For questions 25 and 26, you will need to identify which shape the 3D net below creates.

For questions 25 and 26, you will need to identify which shape the 3D net below creates.

• Question 1

For questions 1 and 2, you will need to identify which shape in the list below is the odd one out.

a)b)c)d) e)

EDDIE SAYS
b is the correct answer here. The arrow is pointing to the longer trapezium length in b. In the others, the arrow points to the shorter trapezium length.
• Question 2

For questions 1 and 2, you will need to identify which shape in the list below is the odd one out.

a)   b)c)   d)   e)

EDDIE SAYS
d is the correct answer here. The shapes all have the same number of crosses within them as the number of sides of the shape, except d which is a 6-sided shape and contains 5 crosses.
• Question 3

For questions 3 and 4, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Find the shape that shares this relationship.

b)
EDDIE SAYS
b is the correct answer here. The relationships with the shapes are that they are positioned vertically, with an identical shape at either end.
• Question 4

For questions 3 and 4, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Find the shape that shares this relationship.

EDDIE SAYS
a is the correct answer here. The relationship is that the arrows are straight and point to the right only.
• Question 5

For questions 5 and 6, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence

SU
EDDIE SAYS
e is the correct answer here. The code for a black-grey-black shape is S. The code for a shape going diagonally top left to bottom right is U.
• Question 6

For questions 5 and 6, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

ZHS
EDDIE SAYS
c is the correct answer here. The code of an outside oval shape is a Z. The code for a black shape in the middle is H. S is the code for the middle shape being a square.
• Question 7

For questions 7 and 8, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would be next in the series below.

EDDIE SAYS
e is the correct answer here. With each picture, the number of arrows increases, the last one has 4 so the next must have 5. The colour alternates between white and black. The last one is black so the answer must be white.
• Question 8

For questions 7 and 8, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would be next in the series below.

EDDIE SAYS
c is the correct answer here. The shape in the bottom right increases in the number of sides each time. The smiley face alternates between a solid line and a dashed line each time.
• Question 9

For questions 9 and 10, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

EDDIE SAYS
d is the correct answer here. The pattern is that the shapes increase in the number of sides as you move from the left-hand side to the right-hand side of the grid. Or from the top to the bottom.
• Question 10

For questions 9 and 10, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

EDDIE SAYS
a is the correct answer here. The pattern is that the shapes increase in the number of sides as you move from the left-hand side to the right-hand side of the grid. Or from the top to the bottom.
• Question 11

For questions 11 and 12, identify the relationship between shapes in figure 1.

Apply this relationship to the shape in figure 2 and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

Figure 1

Figure 2

EDDIE SAYS
c is the correct answer here. The shape rotates 90 degrees anti-clockwise and is shaded in black.
• Question 12

For questions 11 and 12, identify the relationship between the first two shapes below.

Apply this relationship to the third shape and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
e is the correct answer here. The shape rotates 90 degrees clockwise.
• Question 13

For questions 13 and 14, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this image, hiding in one of the shapes below?

EDDIE SAYS
e is the correct answer here. In the other images, the hidden shape has been rotated, partially hidden and changed dimensions.
• Question 14

For questions 13 and 14, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this image, hiding in one of the shapes below?

EDDIE SAYS
c is the correct answer here. In the other images, the hidden shape has been rotated the dimensions have changed.
• Question 15

For questions 15 and 16, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

b)
EDDIE SAYS
b is the correct answer here.
• Question 16

For questions 15 and 16, a piece of paper has been folded in half, folded again and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

EDDIE SAYS
e is the correct answer here.
• Question 17

For questions 17 and 18, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This is the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

EDDIE SAYS
a is the correct answer here. The bird's eye view has been rotated but the dimensions are the same.
• Question 18

For questions 17 and 18, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This is the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

EDDIE SAYS
d is the correct answer here.
• Question 19

For questions 19 and 20, a shape has been rotated.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

EDDIE SAYS
b is the correct answer here. The image is the same dimension and has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.
• Question 20

For questions 19 and 20, a shape has been rotated.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

EDDIE SAYS
a is the correct answer here. The image is the same dimension and has been rotated 90 degrees anti-clockwise.
• Question 21

For questions 21 and 22, you need to join the shapes below.

Matching letters have to touch to create a new shape.

EDDIE SAYS
b is the correct answer here.
• Question 22

For questions 21 and 22, you need to join the shapes below.

Matching letters have to touch to create a new shape.

EDDIE SAYS
b is the correct answer here.
• Question 23

For questions 23 and 24, you need to imagine that the shape below is a piece of paper.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line in the direction of the arrows.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

EDDIE SAYS
e is the correct answer here.
• Question 24

For questions 23 and 24, you must imagine that the shape below is a piece of paper.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line in the direction of the arrows.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

EDDIE SAYS
c is the correct answer here.
• Question 25

Sam is making a cake, he has put the butter, sugar and 2 eggs in the bowl.

The total weight of the ingredients is 370 g.

He has put in 160 g of sugar and 160 g of butter so far.

How much does one egg weigh?

25 g
EDDIE SAYS
120 g (sugar) + 120 g (butter) = 320 g. 370 g (total) - 320 g (total butter and sugar) = 50 g There are 2 eggs, don't forget! 50 / 2 = 25 g.
• Question 26

The whole of a primary school are going on a trip at the end of the year.

Each year group has 90 students in it.

Mrs. Smith, the Headteacher, is missing some replies.

Here is a table showing her replies so far:

 Year Group Number of Replies Received Year 1 89 Year 2 85 Year 3 83 Year 4 86 Year 5 84 Year 6 87

Which year group has the most number of students who have not yet replied?

Year 3
EDDIE SAYS
Year 3 are waiting for 7 replies. That's more than any other class.
• Question 27

A local supermarket has recorded the flavours of crisps that are most popular with shoppers.

They are considering the results they gathered, shown in this chart:

Identify the statement that is true below.

Together Prawn Cocktail and Salt and Vinegar account for a third of sales.
EDDIE SAYS
Prawn Cocktail and Salt and Vinegar together make a third of sales. The other answers are not true.
• Question 28

Claire has 3 rabbits.

She likes to treat them equally and has bought 65 carrots to last them for 1 weeks' worth of treats in addition to their normal food.

She shares the carrots out equally, and whatever she cannot divide she eats herself.

How many carrots will each rabbit get a day?

3
EDDIE SAYS
Once Claire has shared the carrots out equally, she will have 2 left over which she will eat. She has 63 carrots to divide by 3, which means each rabbit will have 21 carrots for the week. There are 7 days in the week, 21/7 = 3 carrots for each rabbit each day.
• Question 29

Louise is given £6 pocket money a week.

She has seen a new pair of trainers that she would like to buy that cost £58.

How many weeks will it take before Louise has enough money to buy the trainers?

7 weeks
EDDIE SAYS
Louise needs to save £37 (58 - 21 = 37). 37 / 6 = 6.1 Even in the 6th week, she will not quite have enough money. Therefore, Louise will have to wait until the 7th week to have enough money.
• Question 30

All students in Year 5 have chosen their favourite sport from the list below.

 SPORT STUDENT VOTES Football 18 Rugby 11 Hockey 2 Tennis 10 Badminton 3 Rounders 16

Which 2 sports together make up exactly a third of the students' votes?

Football and Hockey
EDDIE SAYS
There are 60 students in the year group. 1/3 of 60 is 20. The only combination that can add to make 20 is Football (18) and Hockey (2).
• Question 31

A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

The above pictures show a clock as it moves chronologically throughout the day from lunchtime.

Which of the clocks is in the wrong place?

C
EDDIE SAYS
Clock A = 1:15 Clock B = 2:35 Clock C = 1:54 Clock D = 3:00 Clock E = 7:30 So Clock C is in the wrong place in the sequence.
• Question 32

Mr. Hughes sells his jam at county fairs between March and August each year.

Look at his sales from last year.

 March 7 Jars April 12 Jars May 15 Jars June 16 Jars July 14 Jars August 8 Jars

What is the average amount of jam that Mr. Hughes sold in a month last year?

13 Jars
EDDIE SAYS
7+ 12+ 15 + 16 + 14 + 8 = 72 total jam sales. 72/6 (number of months) = 12 jars of jam on average.
• Question 33

A local business wants to sponsor a percentage of their profits to two local causes - the animal centre and the local girls' football team.

They have £35,000 in profit and they would like to donate 10% to the animal centre and 8% to the girls' football team.

How much would the girls' football team get in sponsorship?

£2,800
EDDIE SAYS
1% of 35,000 = £350 8 x £350 = £2,800 So 8% of £35,000 is £2,800.
• Question 34

Steve buys 6 bars of chocolate for 37p each and 2 packets of crisps for 82p.

He pays with a £5 note.

How much change should Steve expect to get?

£1.14
EDDIE SAYS
6 x 37p = £2.22 for bars of chocolate 2 x 82p = £1.64 for crisps Total spent: £2.22 + £1.64 = £3.86 £5.00 - £3.86 = £1.14 change
• Question 35

John is doing the shopping for his wife's birthday party.

There are 25 adults attending the party and John thinks there should be enough for each adult to have 1 / 6 of a cake.

There will be 16 children also coming to the party and John thinks 1 / 8 each of a cake will be enough.

If John buys 7 identical cakes, how much will he have left?

5 ⁄ 6
EDDIE SAYS
The children eat two cakes. So there are 5 cakes left for the adults. They eat four cakes and 1 ⁄ 6. Therefore, there will be 5 ⁄ 6 left over.
• Question 36

Can you work out the total volume of the cubes below in cm³?

The length of each cube is 3 cm.

81 cm³
EDDIE SAYS
3 x 3 x 3 = the area of 1 cube (27 cm³) 3 x 27cm ³ = 81 cm³
• Question 37

Jack has y amount of pairs of trainers.

Can you work out what the value for y is in the equation below?

30 + 3y = 39

3
EDDIE SAYS
30 + 3 x y = 39 30 + 3 x 3 = 39 So y = 3
• Question 38

Can you work out the area of the triangle above?

40 cm²
EDDIE SAYS
Remember the equation 1/2 x base x height. 0.5 x 10 x 8 = 40 cm²
• Question 39

Fiona has run 890 m on the school track.

How far has she managed to run in cm?

89000 cm
EDDIE SAYS
890 x 100 = 89000 cm
• Question 40

How many students took part in this survey?

40
EDDIE SAYS
Read the total number of students in each bar and add them together. 6 + 10 + 10 + 6 + 8 = 40
• Question 41

The above graph shows how a persons body temperature changes as they exercise.

At 16 minutes, what is the person's body temperature?

100 ° F
EDDIE SAYS
Remember 'walk before you learn to fly' to read off a graph. Go along to 16 minutes and then trace up until you reach the line. Then read off the temperature on the left axis. The correct temperature is 100 ° F.
• Question 42

George has £1.53 in one penny and two pence coins.

George has 87 one penny coins.

How many two pence coins does he have?

33
EDDIE SAYS
153 - 87 = 66 66/2 = 33 2p coins
• Question 43

Felicity has T + 2 pairs of trainers in her wardrobe and her friend Ivy has 2T pairs of trainers in hers.

Together Felicity and Ivy have 26 pairs of trainers.

How many pairs of trainers does Felicity have?

10
EDDIE SAYS
(T + 2) + 2T = 26 3T = 24 T = 24 / 3 = 8 2 + 8 = 10 pairs for Felicity 2 x 8 = 16 pairs for Ivy
• Question 44

The following table shows a breakdown of the different nationalities to stay in a London hotel in the 4 months.

 American 587 people Austrian 68 people Belgian 37 people British 985 people Chinese 482 people Columbian 36 people Danish 17 people

Which country has the median figure for the number of visitors to the hotel?

Austrian
EDDIE SAYS
Put the numbers in numerical order and then identify the middle figure. 985, 587, 482, 68, 37, 36, 17. 68 is the middle term in this list. 68 people visit from Austria.
• Question 45

Stuart rolls the 6-sided dice below.

What is the probability that he will roll an even number?

1/2
EDDIE SAYS
There are 3 chances that he will gain an even number, as he could roll a 2, 4 or 6. There are a total of 6 options that he could roll, as he could roll the numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. Therefore, the probability is 3/6 or 1/2.
• Question 46

There are 4 sets of twins in 2 classes of 20 students each.

What percentage of the class are twins?

20%
EDDIE SAYS
8 people in the group are twins. There are 40 people in both classes. 8/40 x 100 = 20%
• Question 47

Amy thinks of a number.

She adds 6 to this number.

She multiplies this by 3 and gets 72.

What was the number Amy was first thinking of?

18
EDDIE SAYS
Work backwards from 72: 72 / 3 = 24 24 - 6 = 18
• Question 48

Holly cuts out some shapes from some paper.

She cuts out 1 rectangle that has a length of 6 cm and a width of 3 cm.

She cuts out 2 triangles.

One triangle has a base of 6 cm and a height of 10 cm.

The other has a base of 8 cm and a height of 8 cm.

What is the total area of all the shapes put together?

80 cm³
EDDIE SAYS
Rectangle Area = 18 cm³ Triangle 1 Area = 30 cm³ Triangle 2 Area = 32 cm³ Total = 18 + 30 + 32 = 80 cm³
• Question 49

What are the coordinates for the location of letter G?

9 , 6
EDDIE SAYS
Always remember to go along (walk) before you travel up (fly). Point G is at 9 on the x axis and 6 on the y axis.
• Question 50

Look at points E and C.

Where would you move point H to in order to create a right-angled triangle?

8 , 3
EDDIE SAYS
Always remember to go along (walk) before you travel up (fly). Point E is at 3 , 3. Point C is at 8 , 0. A point would need to be added at 8 , 3 to create a right-angled triangle.
• Question 51

For questions 25 and 26, you will need to identify which shape the 3D net below creates.

EDDIE SAYS
d is the correct answer here. The net is for a hexagon prism, not a pentagon prism as it has 6 sides.
• Question 52

For questions 25 and 26, you will need to identify which shape the 3D net below creates.

EDDIE SAYS
c is the correct answer here.
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We're your National Curriculum aligned online education content provider helping each child succeed in English, maths and science from year 1 to GCSE. With an EdPlace account you’ll be able to track and measure progress, helping each child achieve their best. We build confidence and attainment by personalising each child’s learning at a level that suits them.