# SAT Practice: Non-Calculator Questions 5 (2013/Levels 3-5)

In this worksheet students practise answering questions similar to those found in past non-calculator SATs papers at levels 3-5.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Practice Papers

Curriculum subtopic:  SAT Non-Calculator

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet contains 25 questions similar to those found in past non-calculator SATs papers at levels 3-5.

This is not a test paper, but a collection of questions for you to practise your maths at this level.

You may need some paper to carry out your working and you should not use a calculator.

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

24.3 -    = 16.8

Match each calculation to the number that is nearest to the correct answer.

## Column B

56 × 4
200
355 + 127
300
620 ÷ 2
500
725 - 148
600
1200 ÷ 3
400

A bag contains

4 red counters

5 yellow counters

6 blue counters.

Aisha says "one third of the counters are yellow."

Is Aisha correct?

Yes

No

Count the number of pentagons in this selection of shapes.

Calculate:

40% of £320

£

(Just write the number)

The points A and B are shown on the coordinate axes below.

M is the midpoint of the straight line AB.

What are the coordinates of M?

(10, 8)

(11, 8)

(10, 7)

(12, 8)

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

243 - (14 - 10) =

Stamps cost 50p each.

How many of these stamps can be bought for £10?

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

370 ÷  + 12 = 49

The pictogram shows the number of comics and books read, and the number of films watched by four children in a year.

How many films did Dan watch?

The pictogram shows the number of comics and books read, and the number of films watched by four children in a year.

Who read the same number of books as the number of comics read by Nikita?

Jack

Nikita

Aisha

Dan

Choose the number that is closest to 550.

605

494

650

490

55

n stands for a whole number.

5n + 7 = 52

What is the value of n?

n

Calculate:

A group of 8 children and 3 adults go to the cinema.

How much does it cost altogether?

Children £ 3.95

£

(Just write the number)

Jack and Jill take a trip to a town 15 km away on their bicycles.

They leave at 8 a.m. and stop for a rest after half an hour before continuing their journey.

How long do they stay in the town?

9½ hours

1½ hours

2 hours

2½ hours

Round 366 to the nearest 10.

Here are five angles shown on a grid of squares.

Match each angle to its type.

 Acute Right-Angled Obtuse A B C D E

Antonio thinks of a number.

He adds 5½ to it and then divides the result by 2.

What number did Antonio first think of?

A rectangle is shown below with a line touching one corner.

Calculate the size of angle x.

(Do not use a protractor or angle measurer)

x = °

(Just write the number)

Here are five calculations.

Select the calculations whose answers are less than 340.

3.35 × 100

842 ÷ 2

¼ of 1200

124 + 134 + 82

11 × 30

Look at this thermometer.

Select the temperature which is 20 degrees higher than that shown?

24 °C

12 °C

16 °C

28 °C

A shaded shape is shown on a 1 cm square grid.

Calculate the area of the shaded shape.

cm2

(Just write the number)

Place the following lengths in order of size, starting with the smallest.

## Column B

1 (smallest)
5 centimetres
2
5 metres
3
5 miles
4
5 kilometres
5 (largest)
5 inches

Here is a shape made of three regular hexagons.

What fraction of the shape is not shaded?

• Question 1

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

24.3 -    = 16.8

7.5
EDDIE SAYS
Work out 24.3 - 16.8 = 7.5
• Question 2

Match each calculation to the number that is nearest to the correct answer.

## Column B

56 × 4
200
355 + 127
500
620 ÷ 2
300
725 - 148
600
1200 ÷ 3
400
EDDIE SAYS
56 × 4 = 224 ≅ 200
355 + 127 = 482 ≅ 500
620 ÷ 2 = 310 ≅ 300
725 - 148 = 577 ≅ 600
1200 ÷ 3 = 400
• Question 3

A bag contains

4 red counters

5 yellow counters

6 blue counters.

Aisha says "one third of the counters are yellow."

Is Aisha correct?

Yes
EDDIE SAYS
There are 4 + 5 + 6 = 15 counters in the bag.
The fraction 5 /15 reduces to 1/3 by dividing the top and the bottom of the fraction by 5.
• Question 4

Count the number of pentagons in this selection of shapes.

7
EDDIE SAYS

• Question 5

Calculate:

40% of £320

£

(Just write the number)

128
EDDIE SAYS
10% of 320 is 32
32 × 4 = 128
• Question 6

The points A and B are shown on the coordinate axes below.

M is the midpoint of the straight line AB.

What are the coordinates of M?

(11, 8)
EDDIE SAYS
There are 10 x-units between A and B, so we must add 5 to the x-coordinate of A, giving us 6 + 5 = 11
There are 12 y-units between A and B, so we must add 6 to the 6-coordinate of A, giving us 2 + 6 = 8
• Question 7

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

243 - (14 - 10) =

239
EDDIE SAYS
14 - 10 = 4
243 - 4 = 239
• Question 8

Stamps cost 50p each.

How many of these stamps can be bought for £10?

20
EDDIE SAYS
2 stamps cost £1
So £10 will buy 20 stamps.
• Question 9

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

370 ÷  + 12 = 49

10
EDDIE SAYS
49 - 12 = 37
370 ÷ 37 = 10, so 370 ÷ 10 = 37
• Question 10

The pictogram shows the number of comics and books read, and the number of films watched by four children in a year.

How many films did Dan watch?

25
EDDIE SAYS
Dan watched 5 × 5 = 25 films.
• Question 11

The pictogram shows the number of comics and books read, and the number of films watched by four children in a year.

Who read the same number of books as the number of comics read by Nikita?

Aisha
EDDIE SAYS
Nikita read 4 × 6 = 24 comics.
Aisha read 6 × 4 = 24 books.
• Question 12

Choose the number that is closest to 550.

605
EDDIE SAYS
605 is 55 away.
494 is 56 away.
650 is 100 away.
490 is 60 away.
55 is 495 away.
• Question 13

n stands for a whole number.

5n + 7 = 52

What is the value of n?

n

9
EDDIE SAYS
52 - 7 = 45
45 ÷ 5 = 9
Check by saying 5 × 9 = 45 and 45 + 7 = 52
• Question 14

Calculate:

310
EDDIE SAYS
434 ÷ 7 = 62
62 × 5 = 310
• Question 15

A group of 8 children and 3 adults go to the cinema.

How much does it cost altogether?

Children £ 3.95

£

(Just write the number)

52.45
EDDIE SAYS
Work out:
3 × 6.95 = 20.85
8 × 3.95 = 31.60
20.85 + 31.60 = 52.45
• Question 16

Jack and Jill take a trip to a town 15 km away on their bicycles.

They leave at 8 a.m. and stop for a rest after half an hour before continuing their journey.

How long do they stay in the town?

2½ hours
EDDIE SAYS
They stay from 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon.
• Question 17

Round 366 to the nearest 10.

370
EDDIE SAYS
366 is nearer to 370 than it is to 360
• Question 18

Here are five angles shown on a grid of squares.

Match each angle to its type.

 Acute Right-Angled Obtuse A B C D E
EDDIE SAYS
In C and E, the lines are on the diagonals.
Acute angles are less than 90° and obtuse angles are more than 90°.
• Question 19

Antonio thinks of a number.

He adds 5½ to it and then divides the result by 2.

What number did Antonio first think of?

14.5
EDDIE SAYS
Work backwards, starting with 10 and do the opposite.
10 × 2 = 20
20 - 5.5 = 14.5
• Question 20

A rectangle is shown below with a line touching one corner.

Calculate the size of angle x.

(Do not use a protractor or angle measurer)

x = °

(Just write the number)

55
EDDIE SAYS
Angles on a straight line add to 180°
x = 180 - 35 - 90 = 55
• Question 21

Here are five calculations.

Select the calculations whose answers are less than 340.

3.35 × 100
¼ of 1200
11 × 30
EDDIE SAYS
3.35 × 100 = 335 < 340
842 ÷ 2 = 421 > 340
¼ of 1200 = 1200 ÷ 4 = 300 < 340
124 + 134 + 82 = 340 which is not < 340
11 × 30 = 330 < 340
• Question 22

Look at this thermometer.

Select the temperature which is 20 degrees higher than that shown?

12 °C
EDDIE SAYS
Each small division is worth 2 °C, so the temperature shown is -8 °C.
-8 + 20 = 12
• Question 23

A shaded shape is shown on a 1 cm square grid.

Calculate the area of the shaded shape.

cm2

(Just write the number)

12
EDDIE SAYS
There are 10 full squares and 4 half squares.
• Question 24

Place the following lengths in order of size, starting with the smallest.

## Column B

1 (smallest)
5 centimetres
2
5 inches
3
5 metres
4
5 kilometres
5 (largest)
5 miles
EDDIE SAYS
1 inch ≅ 2.54 cm
5 miles ≅ 8 km
• Question 25

Here is a shape made of three regular hexagons.

What fraction of the shape is not shaded?