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

This is an assessment in the style of an 11+ CEM Numerical and Non-Verbal reasoning paper

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

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How many 30 pence lollies can Lucy buy for £ 3.60?

9

10

11

12

14

Mrs Smith's shopping basket weighs 1.2 kg.

She buys 4.8 kg of potatoes, 2.3 kg of carrots and half a kilo of apples.

How much does her basket weigh when she finishes shopping?

6.6 kg

7.6 kg

7.8 kg

8.6 kg

8.8 kg

The chart below shows the opening hours of Brenda's Bakery.

Day Opening hours
Monday 9.30 - 5.30
Tuesday 9.30 - 5.30
Wednesday 9.00 - 12.30
Thursday 9.30 - 3.30
Friday 9.00 - 400
Saturday 8.30 - 12.30
Sunday CLOSED

Sam, the bakers assistant always arrives 2 hours and 15 minutes before opening to start the oven and prepare his dough.

What time must he arrive on Wednesday morning?

8.15 am

7.15 am

6.45 am

5.45 am

6.30 am

The ice cream van owner sold ice creams every day except for Sunday at the park last week.

 Day Number of Ice Creams Sold Monday 12 Tuesday 10 Wednesday 8 Thursday 5 Friday 11 Saturday 8

What is the mean number of ice creams sold on those days?

10

7

8

9

6

Tracey accidentally set her alarm clock to run 18 minutes fast.

What is the actual time?

1:08 am

1:33 am

1:17 am

1:42 am

1:07 am

Mrs Brown opens a new packet of chocolate chip cookies on Monday morning.

Mrs Brown, Mr Brown, Ben and Sarah each have 3 chocolate chip cookies a day in their packed lunch.

After making the packed lunches on Thursday morning, there are 3 cookies left.

How many were in the packet to begin with?

48

12

51

54

49

James is surveying the time people spend on a train getting to work.

If 6000 people use a train each week, how many people does James need to ask each day to get a 10% sample?

Gary has a cube with sides 5 cm long.

James has 3 of these cubes.

What is the total volume of James's cubes in cm³?

250 cm³

300 cm³

350 cm³

375 cm³

125 cm³

What percentage of the shape below is not shaded?

50 %

40 %

90 %

60 %

30 %

Jack the lorry driver covers 55 miles per day, for 5 days running.

What is his total distance travelled?

350 miles

250 miles

325 miles

300 miles

275 miles

Mrs Sugar the baker makes £32,000 in profit and has to pay 20% in income tax.

She also chooses to put 7% of her total profit into a pension.

How much does she pay into her pension that year?

£2,440

£6,400

£2,100

£2,240

£240

Oak class took a survey on favourite pets in their school.

How many more students in total prefer the two most popular types of pet to the other choices?

8

7

6

5

6.5

This graph shows Sarah's distance from home on a trip to town.

How long does Sarah stay in town shopping, before she starts walking home?

3 hours 30 minutes

6 hours

3 hours

2 hours 30 minutes

2 hours

John spends £1.81 on sweets costing two pence and five pence.

John buys 33 sweets costing two pence.

How many five pence sweets does he buy?

53

13

46

23

115

Fred has H + 3 hats and his friend Ian has 3H hats.

Together they have 47 hats.

How many hats does Fred have?

11

12

14

10

15

Tom is packing his suitcase.

He packs 2 pairs of shoes, each weighing 2.5 kg plus 6 jumpers which weigh 1.2 kg each.

His suitcase weighs 15 kg once packed.

How much does Tom's suitcase weigh on its own?

11.3 kg

1.2 kg

2.8 kg

9.7 kg

4.2 kg

The following table shows a breakdown of the different numbers of tickets sold to a theatre show over a week.

 Monday 58 people Tuesday 68 people Wednesday 38 people Thursday 98 people Friday 48 people Saturday 136 people Sunday 117 people

Which day has the median figure for the number of visitors to the theatre?

38

68

117

136

58

John buys 10 tins of beans for 47 p each and 3 bottles of ketchup, each priced 99 p.

He pays with a £10 note.

How much change should he get?

£3.31

£2.33

£3.33

£4.33

£4.32

Tim is given £7 pocket money a week.

He plans to buy a computer game that cost £86.

How many weeks will it take before Tim has enough money to buy the computer game?

9 weeks

11 weeks

8 weeks

10 weeks

7 weeks

How many triangles like the one above would fit into a rectangle that had the area of 800 cm ³ ?

50

30

10

20

40

Holly cuts out some shapes from some paper.

She cuts out 1 square with side length 12 cm.

She cuts out 3 triangles.

One triangle has a base of 10 cm and a height of 20 cm.

The others have a base of 4 cm and a height of 6 cm.

What area do the shapes make up altogether?

156 cm²

172 cm²

168 cm²

268 cm ²

256 cm²

Sally and Tony are tiling the bathroom wall.

Each tile is 12 cm in height.

Sally's part of the wall is 60 cm high.

Tony's part of the wall is triple this height.

How many tiles high will Tony's part of the wall be?

5

12

10

20

15

Mrs Smith makes up a jug of orange squash for her family. The jug contains 2.5 litres of squash.

James drinks two 300 ml glasses when he gets home from school.

Sally drinks half of what is left later while she does homework.

How much is left in the jug now?

650 ml

850 ml

950 ml

750 ml

1050 ml

Larry the lorry driver leaves home at 7.30 am.

He drives for 90 miles at 40 miles per hour.

What time does he reach his destination?

9.45am

8.45 am

10.45 am

9.40 am

9.40 pm

Jake took 8 hours to travel 720 miles.

What was his average speed in miles per hour?

80 miles per hour

110 miles per hour

100 miles per hour

90 miles per hour

70 miles per hour

Class 4 recorded the votes from their survey on favourite fruits from 180 children.

Which statement must be true?

69 children like pears best.

50% of children like bananas best.

78 children like apples best.

45% of children like plums best.

Bananas and pears share half the votes.

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

In questions 37 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

In questions 37 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

In questions 37 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

In questions 41 to 44, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

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

In questions 41 to 44, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

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

In questions 41 to 44, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

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

In questions 41 to 44, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

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

In questions 45 to 48, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

In questions 45 to 48, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

In questions 45 to 48, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

In questions 45 to 48, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

In questions 49 to 52, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

In questions 49 to 52, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

In questions 49 to 52, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

In questions 49 to 52, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

In questions 37 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

• Question 1

How many 30 pence lollies can Lucy buy for £ 3.60?

12
EDDIE SAYS
Divide the total amount of money spent (in pennies) by the cost per lolly. 360 ÷ 30 = 12. So, Lucy can buy 12 lollies.
• Question 2

Mrs Smith's shopping basket weighs 1.2 kg.

She buys 4.8 kg of potatoes, 2.3 kg of carrots and half a kilo of apples.

How much does her basket weigh when she finishes shopping?

8.8 kg
EDDIE SAYS
Add together the total weight of the shopping basket, plus the items purchased. 1.2 + 4.8 + 2.3 + 0.5 = 8.8 kg So, Mrs Smith's bag will weigh 8.8 kg once she has completed her shopping.
• Question 3

The chart below shows the opening hours of Brenda's Bakery.

Day Opening hours
Monday 9.30 - 5.30
Tuesday 9.30 - 5.30
Wednesday 9.00 - 12.30
Thursday 9.30 - 3.30
Friday 9.00 - 400
Saturday 8.30 - 12.30
Sunday CLOSED

Sam, the bakers assistant always arrives 2 hours and 15 minutes before opening to start the oven and prepare his dough.

What time must he arrive on Wednesday morning?

6.45 am
EDDIE SAYS
The shop opens at 9 am on Wednesdays. 2 hours and 15 minutes before 9 am is 6.45 am.
• Question 4

The ice cream van owner sold ice creams every day except for Sunday at the park last week.

 Day Number of Ice Creams Sold Monday 12 Tuesday 10 Wednesday 8 Thursday 5 Friday 11 Saturday 8

What is the mean number of ice creams sold on those days?

9
EDDIE SAYS
To find the mean, add up all the numbers. 12 + 10 + 8 + 5 + 11 + 8 = 54 Now, divide the total by the number of days ice creams were sold. 54 ÷ 6 = 9 So, the mean number of ice creams sold in those 6 days was 9.
• Question 5

Tracey accidentally set her alarm clock to run 18 minutes fast.

What is the actual time?

1:07 am
EDDIE SAYS
The time on Tracey's clock is 1:25 am. But her clock is running fast, which means we must count back 18 minutes from this time. So, the real time is 1:07 am.
• Question 6

Mrs Brown opens a new packet of chocolate chip cookies on Monday morning.

Mrs Brown, Mr Brown, Ben and Sarah each have 3 chocolate chip cookies a day in their packed lunch.

After making the packed lunches on Thursday morning, there are 3 cookies left.

How many were in the packet to begin with?

51
EDDIE SAYS
There are 4 people in the family, and each person has 3 cookies a day. 4 x 3 = 12 So, 12 cookies get put in packed lunches every day. After the lunches are made on Thursday, 4 days worth of packed lunches have been made. 12 x 4 = 48 So, if 48 cookies are used in packed lunches and 3 are left over: 48 + 3 = 51 The packet contained 51 cookies, to begin with.
• Question 7

James is surveying the time people spend on a train getting to work.

If 6000 people use a train each week, how many people does James need to ask each day to get a 10% sample?

120
EDDIE SAYS
If we're looking for a 10% sample, this is 600 people in the week. But, the question asks for each day! As the question is about work, we say that we have to split this into 5 equal parts.
• Question 8

Gary has a cube with sides 5 cm long.

James has 3 of these cubes.

What is the total volume of James's cubes in cm³?

375 cm³
EDDIE SAYS
The volume of 1 cube 125 cm³ 5 x 5 x 5 = 125 James has 3 identical cubes. 3 x 125 = 375 cm³ So the total volume of James's cubes is 375 cm³.
• Question 9

What percentage of the shape below is not shaded?

60 %
EDDIE SAYS
9 squares out of 15 are unshaded. Every 3 squares are worth 20% as there are 5 columns of 3 squares, 100 ÷ 5 = 20. So, 9 squares are worth 60%.
• Question 10

Jack the lorry driver covers 55 miles per day, for 5 days running.

What is his total distance travelled?

275 miles
EDDIE SAYS
Jack travels 55 miles a day, for 5 days. 55 x 5 can be partitioned as follows: 50 x 5 = 250 5 x 5 = 25 250 + 25 =275 So, Jack travels 275 miles in total.
• Question 11

Mrs Sugar the baker makes £32,000 in profit and has to pay 20% in income tax.

She also chooses to put 7% of her total profit into a pension.

How much does she pay into her pension that year?

£2,240
EDDIE SAYS
1% of 32,000 = £320 320 x 7 can be partitioned as follows: 300 x 7 = 2100 20 x 7 = 140 2100 + 140 = 2240 So, she pays £2240 into her pension that year.
• Question 12

Oak class took a survey on favourite pets in their school.

How many more students in total prefer the two most popular types of pet to the other choices?

6
EDDIE SAYS
The two most popular types of pet are dog (15 votes) and fish (12 votes). 15 + 12 = 27 So, 27 children prefer the two most popular types of pet. The other pets are cat (10), parrot (2), horse (4) and hamster (5). 10 + 2 + 4 + 5 = 21 So, 21 children prefer the other types of pets. 6 more children prefer dogs and fish to the other types of pet. 27 - 21 = 6 The answer is c) 6.
• Question 13

This graph shows Sarah's distance from home on a trip to town.

How long does Sarah stay in town shopping, before she starts walking home?

2 hours 30 minutes
EDDIE SAYS
The graph shows that Sarah reached town at 9.30am and began to walk home at 12 Midday. The difference between these two times is 2 hours and 30 minutes.
• Question 14

John spends £1.81 on sweets costing two pence and five pence.

John buys 33 sweets costing two pence.

How many five pence sweets does he buy?

23
EDDIE SAYS
John buys 33 sweets costing 2p each. 33 x 2 = 66. John spends £1.81 in total. 181 - 66 = 115 So, John spends £1.15 on sweets costing 5p each. 115 ÷ 5 = 23 John buys 23 sweets costing 5p each.
• Question 15

Fred has H + 3 hats and his friend Ian has 3H hats.

Together they have 47 hats.

How many hats does Fred have?

14
EDDIE SAYS
4H + 3 = 47 So H is worth 11 because: 4 x 11 + 3 = 47 So, Fred has 14 hats.
• Question 16

Tom is packing his suitcase.

He packs 2 pairs of shoes, each weighing 2.5 kg plus 6 jumpers which weigh 1.2 kg each.

His suitcase weighs 15 kg once packed.

How much does Tom's suitcase weigh on its own?

2.8 kg
EDDIE SAYS
In total the things Tom packs weigh 12.2 kg. (2 x 2.5) + (6 x 1.2) = 5 + 7.2 = 12.2 The packed suitcase weighs 15 kg So, subtract the first packed items from the total weight to get the suitcase weight. 15 - 12.2 = 2.8 The suitcase weighs 2.8 kg.
• Question 17

The following table shows a breakdown of the different numbers of tickets sold to a theatre show over a week.

 Monday 58 people Tuesday 68 people Wednesday 38 people Thursday 98 people Friday 48 people Saturday 136 people Sunday 117 people

Which day has the median figure for the number of visitors to the theatre?

68
EDDIE SAYS
Put the numbers in numerical order and then identify the middle figure. 38, 48, 58, 68, 98, 117, 136. 68 is the middle term in this list so this is the median.
• Question 18

John buys 10 tins of beans for 47 p each and 3 bottles of ketchup, each priced 99 p.

He pays with a £10 note.

How much change should he get?

£2.33
EDDIE SAYS
10 cans of beans cost £4.70. 10 x 47 = 470 2 bottles of ketchup cost £2.97. 3 x 99 = 297 In total, John spends £6.68. 2.97 + 4.70 = 7.67 His change will be £2.33. 10 - 7.67 = 2.33
• Question 19

Tim is given £7 pocket money a week.

He plans to buy a computer game that cost £86.

How many weeks will it take before Tim has enough money to buy the computer game?

10 weeks
EDDIE SAYS
Tim needs to save another £65. 86 - 21 = 65 In 9 weeks, he could save £63, which is not quite enough. So, Tim will have to save for 10 more weeks.
• Question 20

How many triangles like the one above would fit into a rectangle that had the area of 800 cm ³ ?

20
EDDIE SAYS
The area of the triangle is 40 cm² ½ (10 x 8) 800 ÷ 40 = 20. So, 20 triangles would fit into a rectangle with an area of 800 cm²
• Question 21

Holly cuts out some shapes from some paper.

She cuts out 1 square with side length 12 cm.

She cuts out 3 triangles.

One triangle has a base of 10 cm and a height of 20 cm.

The others have a base of 4 cm and a height of 6 cm.

What area do the shapes make up altogether?

268 cm ²
EDDIE SAYS
The square has an area of 144 cm². 12 x 12 = 144 One triangle has an area of 100 cm². ½ (10 x 20) The other two triangles each have an area of 12 cm². ½ (4 x 6) 144 + 100 + 12 + 12 = 268 So, the total area of the shapes is 268 cm².
• Question 22

Sally and Tony are tiling the bathroom wall.

Each tile is 12 cm in height.

Sally's part of the wall is 60 cm high.

Tony's part of the wall is triple this height.

How many tiles high will Tony's part of the wall be?

15
EDDIE SAYS
Sally's part of the wall is 5 tiles high. 60 ÷ 12 = 5 Tony's part of the wall is triple this (three times larger). 5 x 3 = 15
• Question 23

Mrs Smith makes up a jug of orange squash for her family. The jug contains 2.5 litres of squash.

James drinks two 300 ml glasses when he gets home from school.

Sally drinks half of what is left later while she does homework.

How much is left in the jug now?

950 ml
EDDIE SAYS
The jug contains 2.5 litres to begin with, this is the same as 2500 ml. James drinks two 300 ml glasses. 2500 - 600 = 1900 Sally drinks half of what is left. 1900 ÷ 2 = 950 There is 950 ml left over.
• Question 24

Larry the lorry driver leaves home at 7.30 am.

He drives for 90 miles at 40 miles per hour.

What time does he reach his destination?

9.45am
EDDIE SAYS
It takes Larry 1 hour to cover 40 miles. In 2 hours he would travel 80 miles. It would take him 15 minutes (¼ of an hour) to do the final 10 miles. So, it takes him 2 ¼ hours to reach his destination.
• Question 25

Jake took 8 hours to travel 720 miles.

What was his average speed in miles per hour?

90 miles per hour
EDDIE SAYS
720 miles divided by 8 hours = 90 mph.
• Question 26

Class 4 recorded the votes from their survey on favourite fruits from 180 children.

Which statement must be true?

78 children like apples best.
EDDIE SAYS
The missing segment is 156 °. 180 children were surveyed so each child is worth 2 ° as 156 ÷ 2 = 78. So, 78 children like apples best.
• Question 27

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. In the first row, the shape has been divided into three sections and these sections have switched places, plus the central element has been shrunk and the left-hand element has been enlarged. This same relationship is shown in option c.
• Question 28

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct option. The main shape rotates 180 degrees and the number of lines of the small shape matches the number of lines marked on the outside of the bigger shape.
• Question 29

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The inner shape gains a side (increases the number of sides by 1) and turns from shaded with a solid line to white with a dashed line. The outer shape gains a side (increases the number of sides by 1) and changes from the dashed line to a solid line. Finally, the corner markers increase from 1 to 2 and can be placed anywhere around the outside of the shape.
• Question 30

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The shading in each small shape moves down one space. The three small lines become the centre shape, which is a cross and are separated into a group of two, and one on its own.
• Question 31

For questions 27 to 31, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. Think of the outer cross shape as creating a vertical and horizontal row. The shapes at the top and bottom of the vertical row swap places. The shapes in the horizontal, central row all move one position to the right.
• Question 32

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes.
• Question 33

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes altogether (e.g. a different shape attached to the 'S' shape).
• Question 34

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes (e.g. the three elements of the black circle, black triangle and line attached to different corners).
• Question 35

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes (e.g. the 'R' not positioned at the top tip of the cross-shape).
• Question 36

For questions 32 to 36, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes (e.g. a different-coloured circle positioned at the tip of the right-hand triangle).
• Question 37

In questions 37 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a cylinder which will be the same size as the net shown in the question.
• Question 38

In questions 37 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a cuboid with shading as shown.
• Question 39

In questions 37 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a square-based pyramid with patterns as shown.
• Question 40

In questions 41 to 44, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options show the paper folded along a different line other than the one shown in the question.
• Question 41

In questions 41 to 44, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options show the paper folded along a different line other than the one shown in the question.
• Question 42

In questions 41 to 44, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The other options show the paper folded along a different line other than the one shown in the question.
• Question 43

In questions 41 to 44, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. The other options show the paper folded along a different line other than the one shown in the question.
• Question 44

In questions 45 to 48, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options either do not make a cube or do not match the patterns shown on the question cube.
• Question 45

In questions 45 to 48, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The other options either do not make a cube or do not match the patterns shown on the question cube.
• Question 46

In questions 45 to 48, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options either do not make a cube or do not match the patterns shown on the question cube.
• Question 47

In questions 45 to 48, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. The other options either do not make a cube or do not match the patterns shown on the question cube.
• Question 48

In questions 49 to 52, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options do not show the shapes joined in the correct way.
• Question 49

In questions 49 to 52, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. The other options do not show the shapes joined in the correct way.
• Question 50

In questions 49 to 52, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The other options do not show the shapes joined in the correct way.
• Question 51

In questions 49 to 52, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options do not show the shapes joined in the correct way.
• Question 52

In questions 37 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a pentagonal prism with shading as shown.
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