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### Y4 2006 mathematics paper b - qwizdom ppt

1. 1. YEAR FOUR 2006 MATHEMATICS PAPER B AN INTERACTIVE QWIZDOM LESSON
2. 2. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Input your name and press send. Next Page Q1
3. 3. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q2 (out of 34) Next Page Calculate 145 - 83
4. 4. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q3 (out of 34) Next Page Grapefruit 45p each Melons 49p each Tim has one 50p coin and three 20p coins He buys a grapefruit and a melon. How much money does he have left?
5. 5. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q4 (out of 34) Next Page Here is part of a number line. Write in the missing number. 0 10
6. 6. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q5 (out of 34) Next Page 5.50 This clock shows the time that Tim puts a cake in the oven. He takes it out of the oven 50 minutes later. What is the time on the clock when he takes the cake out?
7. 7. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q6 (out of 34) Next Page Here is a table showing the different faces of some 3-D shapes. Write numbers on the faces to show how many of each there are. The first has been done for you. Number of faces 2 4 Number of faces Triangular? ? Triangular prism
8. 8. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q7 (out of 34) Next Page Here is a table showing the different faces of some 3-D shapes. Write numbers on the faces to show how many of each there are. The first has been done for you. Number of faces 2 4 Number of faces rectangular? ? Triangular prism
9. 9. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q8 (out of 34) Next Page Here is a table showing the different faces of some 3-D shapes. Write numbers on the faces to show how many of each there are. The first has been done for you. Number of faces 2 4 Number of faces Square? ? Cube
10. 10. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q9 (out of 34) Next Page Here is a table showing the different faces of some 3-D shapes. Write numbers on the faces to show how many of each there are. The first has been done for you. Number of faces 2 4 Square-based pyramid Number of faces Triangular? ?
11. 11. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q10 (out of 34) Next Page Here is a table showing the different faces of some 3-D shapes. Write numbers on the faces to show how many of each there are. The first has been done for you. Number of faces 2 4 Number of faces Square? ? Square-based pyramid
12. 12. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q11 (out of 34) Next Page Adam buys 4 ice creams. Each ice cream costs 75p. How much do they cost altogether in pence?
13. 13. Mathematics Paper 2000 B Q2 Q12 ( out of 22) Next Page The numbers in this sequence increase by 101 each time what is the next number in the sequence? 707  808  909 
14. 14. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q13 (out of 34) Next Page This chart shows the number of cars in a car park at different times on one day. How many cars were there in the car park at 10 am?
15. 15. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q14 (out of 34) Next Page This chart shows the number of cars in a car park at different times on one day. How many more cars were there in the car park at 3pm than at 10 am?
16. 16. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q15 (out of 34) Next Page Here are four number cards: 35 45 67 32 Jan picks two cards which have a difference of 22. Which two cards does she pick? A B D C
17. 17. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q16 (out of 34) Next Page Pete has some apples. He eats two of them then he eats half of what is left. He now has 6 apples. How many apples did he start with?
18. 18. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q17 (out of 34) Next Page Here are some numbers: 1 2 3 4 5 Which number would need to replace the ? To make this sum correct? 5 x 6 = 10 x ?
19. 19. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q18 (out of 34) Next Page Here are some numbers: 1 2 3 4 5 Which number would need to replace the ? To make this sum correct? 5 x 8 < 10 x ?
20. 20. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q19 (out of 34) Next Page October has 31 days. On 25 th October Ben says, “ My birthday is exactly two weeks from now.” What is the date of Ben’s birthday? November the ??
21. 21. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q20 (out of 34) Next Page Jade makes fruit salad. For every three apples she uses one banana. She uses 24 apples. How many bananas does she use?
22. 22. The temperature is -1 o C <ul><li>If the temperature rose by four degrees what would the new temperature be? </li></ul>Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q21 (out of 34) 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3
23. 23. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q22 (out of 34) Next Page Here is a number chart. Every third number in the chart has a circle on it. The chart continues in the same way. Here is another row in the chart. Which is the first number that should be circled?
24. 24. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q23 (out of 34) Next Page Here is a number chart. Every third number in the chart has a circle on it. The chart continues in the same way. Here is another row in the chart. Which is the second number that should be circled?
25. 25. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q24 (out of 34) Next Page 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 8 The first two lines of a rectangle have been drawn. What would be the first co-ordinate of the missing corner? 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
26. 26. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q25 (out of 34) Next Page 0 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 8 The first two lines of a rectangle have been drawn. What would be the second co-ordinate of the missing corner? 6 5 4 3 2 1
27. 27. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q26 (out of 34) Next Page How many lines of symmetry does this shape have?
28. 28. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q27 (out of 34) Next Page There are 64 picture cards in this pack. Five children each take the same number of cards. 24 cards are left over. How many cards does each child take?
29. 29. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q28 (out of 34) Next Page Here is a baby’s drinking cup. How many millilitres of water are in the cup?
30. 30. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q29 (out of 34) Next Page Which of these numbers is smallest? 2.04 0.4 0.24 4
31. 31. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q30 (out of 34) Next Page Calculate 37 x 70
32. 32. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q31 (out of 34) Next Page This table shows the number of visitors to a museum during a week. How many days had a total of more than 150 visitors? Morning Afternoon Monday 75 92 Tuesday 51 85 Wednesday Shut Shut Thursday 95 83 Friday 106 127 Saturday 225 293
33. 33. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q32 (out of 34) Next Page 1 ½ x 100 =
34. 34. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q33 (out of 34) Next Page ¾ x 100 =
35. 35. Y4 Mathematics Paper 2006 B Q34 (out of 34) End of paper - you are not allowed to stop. Go back and complete all questions. Check your answers. What is the missing number? ? ÷ 4 = 25 remainder 3