Level 2 exam revision

If the scale used on a map is 1:20,000, what would be the actual measurement of 8cm?
A
1600m
B
1600cm
C
0.08m
D
0.08km
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Slide 1: Quiz
MathematicsLower Secondary (Key Stage 3)

This lesson contains 20 slides, with interactive quizzes.

Lesson duration is: 15 min

Items in this lesson

If the scale used on a map is 1:20,000, what would be the actual measurement of 8cm?
A
1600m
B
1600cm
C
0.08m
D
0.08km

Slide 1 -Quiz

To change from cm to metres, what calculation is needed?
A
Divide by 100
B
Divide by 1000
C
Multiply by 100
D
Multiply by 10

Slide 2 -Quiz

To change from metres to km, what calculation is needed?
A
Multiply by 1000
B
Divide by 10
C
Divide by 1000
D
Divide by 100

Slide 3 -Quiz

To change from cm to km, what calculation is needed?
A
Divide by 1000
B
Multiply by 1000
C
Divide by 100
D
Divide by 100, 000

Slide 4 -Quiz

What is 15% of £8.74? Give your answer to the nearest penny.
A
£1.30
B
£8.59
C
£1.31
D
£1.311

Slide 5 -Quiz

Round this figure to 1 decimal place: 187.857143
A
187.9
B
187.8
C
187
D
188

Slide 6 -Quiz

Round this figure to the nearest penny: £178.166667
A
£178
B
£178.20
C
£178.1
D
£178.17

Slide 7 -Quiz

Which player is the most consistent based on the range of their scores?

A
Anna had a range of 80
B
Belinda had a range of 75
C
Clare had a range of 55
D
Dana had a range of 45

Slide 8 -Quiz

A high range means there is a high variety in the data and less consistency.
True
False

Slide 9 -Poll

The scale on a map is 1:10,000. How many cm would represent 500m?
A
5,000,000cm
B
20cm
C
5cm
D
50cm

Slide 10 -Quiz

List 5 things to ensure you do when drawing a bar chart. 2 comments should be on the vertical scale.

Slide 11 -Open question

What is the correct explanation for choosing the mean as an average to calculate?
A
I chose the mean because it is the average.
B
I chose the mean because I know how to do it.
C
I chose the mean because it shows the range.
D
I chose the mean because it includes all of the data.

Slide 12 -Quiz

What is the correct explanation for choosing the median as an average?
A
It is the middle number
B
I chose the median as it excludes extreme values.
C
It is easy to find.
D
You put them in order and pick out the middle number.

Slide 13 -Quiz

What is the correct explanation for choosing the mode as an average?
A
I picked the mode as it is most common.
B
I picked the mode as it gives the most common figure.
C
The mode is the most frequently occurring figure.
D
The mode is easy.

Slide 14 -Quiz

A
The edge of a circle
B
Double the diameter
C
The midpoint of a circle
D
Half of the diameter

What does mean?
r2
A
r x r
B
r x 2
C
r divided by 2
D
r +2

Slide 16 -Quiz

If your answer has to be given in m , this means you need to work out which of the following?
2
A
volume
B
perimeter
C
area
D
percentage

Slide 17 -Quiz

If an answer must be given in cm , you need to calculate which of the following?
3
A
volume
B
perimeter
C
area
D
percentage

Slide 18 -Quiz

Which calculation is correct to work out the volume of a cuboid measuring 8m by 4m and with a depth of 50cm?
A
8 x 4 x 50
B
8 x 4
C
8 x 4 x 0.5
D
8 + 4 +50

Slide 19 -Quiz

If the range of running times of runners in a marathon was 2 hours, 40 minutes, which is the best explanation?
A
The range is the highest take away the lowest.
B
The range was good at 2 hours 40 minutes.
C
The running times varied a lot.
D
The range was consistent.