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A series of questions to help GCSE Foundation students revise their Maths days before the exam.

A series of questions to help GCSE Foundation students revise their Maths days before the exam.

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  • 1. Maths Quiz Teams of Four please
  • 2. Round One
    • Qn. 1
    • What is a prime number?
  • 3. Round One
    • Qn. 2
    • What is the next number in the sequence 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, …?
  • 4. Round One
    • Qn. 3
    • What is the name of this solid shape?
  • 5. Round One
    • Qn. 4
    • What is the square root of 169?
  • 6. Round One
    • Qn. 5
    • A recipe for six needs 120 grams of margarine. How much would be needed if the recipe were for four people?
  • 7. Round One
    • Qn. 6
    • What do we call an angle that is greater than 90 º but smaller than 180 º ?
  • 8. Round One
    • Qn. 7
    • What is 37849 to the nearest hundred?
  • 9. Round One
    • Qn. 8
    • What is the area of a triangle 8 cm long and 5 cm high?
  • 10. Round One
    • Qn. 9
    • Solve 3(y+2)= 36
  • 11. Round One
    • Qn. 10
    • What are 15 eights?
  • 12. Timed round
    • Write down the longest word you can think of to do with maths
  • 13. Round one answers
    • Swap scripts and mark
  • 14. Round One answers
    • A number with only two factors: 1 and itself
    • 21
    • Triangular prism
    • 13
    • 80 g
    • Obtuse
    • 37800
    • 20 cm 2
    • 10
    • 120
  • 15. Timed round
    • Parallelogram (13) 3 points
    • Mathematically (14) 4 points
    • Perpendicularly (15) 5 points
  • 16. Round Two
    • Qn. 1
    • Write down four factors of 12
  • 17. Round Two
    • Qn. 2
    • What is 9.20 pm in the 24-hour clock?
  • 18. Round Two
    • Qn. 3
    • How many days are there in July?
  • 19. Round Two
    • Qn. 4
    • If I buy 5 pens for 65p, how much will eight pens cost?
  • 20. Round Two
    • Qn. 5
    • If the temperature in Rochdale is 8 ºC and in Moscow it is -5ºC, how much warmer is Rochdale than Moscow?
  • 21. Round Two
    • Qn. 6
    • Work out x ² + 3x +7
    • when x = 3
  • 22. Round Two
    • Qn. 7
    • How many lines of symmetry has a rectangle?
  • 23. Round Two
    • Qn. 8
    • Add the number of degrees in a right angle to the holes on a golf course and divide by the days of Christmas. What do you get?
  • 24. Round Two
    • Qn. 9
    • What compass direction is 90 º clockwise from south-west?
  • 25. Round Two
    • Qn. 10
    • What is a quadrilateral?
  • 26. Timed round
    • Find four consecutive numbers that add up to 90
  • 27. Round two answers
    • Swap scripts and mark
  • 28. Answers to Round two
    • Any 4 of: 1,2,3,4,6,12
    • 21.20
    • 31
    • £1.04
    • 13 º
    • 25
    • 2
    • [(90 + 18)/12] = 9
    • North West
    • A shape with four sides
  • 29. Timed round answers
    • 21 + 22 + 23 + 24
  • 30. Round Three
    • Qn. 1
    • Write the simplest fraction equivalent to 9/15
  • 31. Round Three
    • Qn. 2
    • Which is heavier: 1 lb or 1 kg?
  • 32. Round Three
    • Qn. 3
    • Multiply three cubed by the square root of nine.
  • 33. Round Three
    • Qn. 4
    • I scored 16 out of 25 in a test. What percentage is this?
  • 34. Round Three
    • Qn. 5
    • What is the area of a circle with radius 4cm?
    • Give answer to one decimal place.
  • 35. Round Three
    • Qn. 6
    • What is the perimeter of a rectangle 8 cm long and 5 cm wide?
  • 36. Round Three
    • Qn. 7
    • What is 17.45 in 12-hour clock time?
  • 37. Round Three
    • Qn. 8
    • What is ¾ as a decimal?
  • 38. Round Three
    • Qn. 9
    • Sketch a rhombus.
  • 39. Round Three
    • Qn. 10
    • What is the square root of 64?
  • 40. Timed Round
    • Find as many factors of 360 as you can.
  • 41. Round three answers
    • Swap scripts and mark
  • 42. Round three answers
    • 3/5
    • 1kg
    • 81
    • 64%
    • 50.3cm ²
    • 26 cm
    • 5.45 pm
    • 0.75
    • four equal sides and no corners right-angle
    • 8
  • 43. Round three timed round
    • 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,12,15,1820,24,30,36,40,45,60,72,90,120,180,360
  • 44. Round Four
    • Qn. 1
    • What is the next number in the pattern 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, ?
  • 45. Round Four
    • Qn. 2
    • Give 4 multiples of 12
  • 46. Round Four
    • Qn. 3
    • What is a half of three quarters?
  • 47. Round Four
    • Qn. 4
    • Multiply the blackbirds in a pie by the players in a football team and subtract the answer from the days in a leap year.
  • 48. Round Four
    • Qn. 5
    • The time is 5 past 4. What will it be when the minute hand of the clock has turned through a further 90 º?
  • 49. Round Four
    • Qn. 6
    • Which is longer: 1 centimetre or 2 inches?
  • 50. Round Four
    • Qn. 7
    • How many faces does a tetrahedron have?
  • 51. Round Four
    • Qn. 8
    • What is three less than forty thousand and one?
  • 52. Round Four
    • Qn. 9
    • How many grams are there in a kilogram?
  • 53. Round Four
    • Qn. 10
    • How many sides has a pentagon?
  • 54. Timed round
    • Using just 3 digits, write out a simple addition sum that totals 24. The digits must all be the same but cannot be 8.
  • 55. Round four answers
    • Swap scripts and mark
  • 56. Round four answers
    • 13
    • Any 4 of 12, 24, 36, 48, ….
    • 3/8
    • [366 – 24 x 11)] = 102
    • 20 past 4
    • 2 inches
    • 4
    • 39998
    • 1000
    • 5
  • 57. Timed round
    • 2 + 22
  • 58. Round Five
    • Qn. 1
    • In my marble collection I have 76 large marbles and 188 small ones. If I take away all but twelve, how many have I got left?
  • 59. Round Five
    • Qn. 2
    • How many edges has a cube?
  • 60. Round Five
    • Qn. 3
    • What does this symbol mean?
  • 61. Round Five
    • Qn. 4
    • What is the only even prime number?
  • 62. Round Five
    • Qn. 5
    • A farmer, describing his animals said “they are all cows but two, all horses but two, all sheep but two.” How many animals does he have?
  • 63. Round Five
    • Qn. 6
    • How many spots are there altogether on two dice?
  • 64. Round Five
    • Qn. 7
    • Multiply the number of pairs of parallel sides on a parallelogram by the number of sides of equal length on an isosceles triangle.
  • 65. Round Five
    • Qn. 8
    • At what value does the following lie cross the y axis?
    • Y = 3X - 4
  • 66. Round Five
    • Qn. 9
    • the hypotenuse of a right angle triangle is 15cm and one of the other sides is 12cm. How long is the third side?
  • 67. Round Five
    • Qn. 10
    • Which is bigger, 2 5 or 5 2 ?
  • 68. Timed round
    • Work out the answer to
    • 6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 x 0
  • 69. Round five answers
    • Swap scripts and mark
  • 70. Round five answers
    • 12
    • 12
    • Less than or equal to
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 42
    • -4
    • 9cm
    • 2 5 = 32
  • 71. Timed question
    • 0