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- 1. Maths QuizGCSE Foundation(to be used with Q6 Remotes)<br />
- 2. Switch on Your Q6 Handsets<br />
- 3. Round One<br />Qn. 1 <br /> What is the next number in the sequence 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, …?<br />
- 4. Round One<br />Qn. 2<br /> What is the name of this solid shape?<br />
- 5. Round One<br />Qn. 3<br /> What is the square root of 169?<br />
- 6. Round One<br />Qn. 4<br /> A recipe for six needs 120 grams of margarine. How much would be needed if the recipe were for four people?<br />
- 7. Round One<br />Qn. 5<br /> What do we call an angle that is greater than 90º but smaller than 180º?<br />
- 8. Round One<br />Qn. 6<br /> What is 37849 to the nearest hundred?<br />
- 9. Round One<br />Qn. 7<br /> What is the area of a triangle 8 cm long and 5 cm high (in cm₂)<br />
- 10. Round One<br />Qn. 8<br /> Solve 3(y+2)= 36<br />
- 11. Round One<br />Qn. 9<br /> What are 15 eights?<br />
- 12. Round One answers<br />21<br />Triangular prism<br />13<br />80 g<br />5. Obtuse<br /> 37800<br /> 20 cm2<br /> 10<br /> 120 <br />
- 13. Round Two<br />Qn. 1<br />Select which are factors of 12<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />6<br />12<br />
- 14. Round Two<br />Qn. 2<br /> What is 9.20 pm in the 24-hour clock? (use decimal point between hours and mins)<br />
- 15. Round Two<br />Qn. 3<br /> How many days are there in July?<br />
- 16. Round Two<br />Qn. 4<br /> If I buy 5 pens for 65p, how much will eight pens cost?<br />
- 17. Round Two<br />Qn. 5<br /> If the temperature in Rochdale is 8ºC and in Moscow it is -5ºC, how much warmer is Rochdale than Moscow?<br />
- 18. Round Two<br />Qn. 6<br /> Work out x² + 3x +7<br /> when x = 3<br />
- 19. Round Two<br />Qn. 7<br /> How many lines of symmetry has a rectangle?<br />
- 20. Round Two<br />Qn. 8<br /> 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?<br />ENTER THE EQUATION AND ANSWER<br />
- 21. Round Two<br />Qn. 9<br /> What compass direction is 90º clockwise from south-west?<br />
- 22. Round Two<br />Qn. 10<br />How many sides in a quadrilateral?<br />
- 23. Answers to Round two<br />A,B,C,D,E,F<br /> 21.20<br /> 31<br />1.04<br />13<br /> 25<br /> 2<br />(90 + 18)÷12 = 9<br />North West<br /> 4<br />

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