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Year 9 Assessment 2 Revision. Level 5 – 7. Question 1. 5. x. x. Question 2. 5. x + 2. x. 3. Question 1 & 2. Examples 3. find the perimeter of the shape and simplify. Question 3 & 4. Questions 3. Find the perimeter of the shape and simplify. x. Question 3. 2 x + 3. 2 x + 3.

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examples 3

Question 1

5

x

x

Question 2

5

x + 2

x

3

Question 1 & 2

Examples 3

find the perimeter of the shape and simplify

questions 3

Question 3 & 4

Questions 3

Find the perimeter of the shape and simplify.

x

Question 3

2x + 3

2x + 3

2x

Question 4

5

x

x - 2

7

slide4

Find the number of faces, edges and vertices for each of the 3D shapes shown below.

6

5

Faces

Faces

Edges

Edges

Vertices

Vertices

Pentagonal based pyramid

Pentagonal based prism

Faces

7

Edges

Vertices

Cuboid

slide5

Find the number of faces, edges and vertices for each of the 3D shapes shown below.

9

8

Faces

Faces

Edges

Edges

Vertices

Vertices

Hexagonal based pyramid

Cube

10

Faces

Edges

Vertices

Hexagonal based prism

slide6

-8

-6

-10

-7

-4

6

9

-5

-2

-9

-3

0

1

5

8

10

-1

2

3

4

7

19

20

11

12

13

18

15

16

17

14

3 - 5 =

- 7 - 3 =

- 5 - 3 =

- 2 - 3 =

- 3 - 12 =

- 1 - 1 =

0 - 6 =

1 - 8 =

4 - 4 =

7 - 3 =

Negative Numbers on the Number Line

Subtracting -

You may use the number line if you wish, to answer the following:

slide9

23. What is the next two numbers in the sequence; 3, 8, 13,.....?

24. 10, 13, 16, 19.......?

25. 7, 16, 25, .........?

26. What are the first two numbers in the sequence 5n+1 ?

27. 2n + 1?

28. 10n-3?

slide10

29. What is the mode of these numbers;

5, 7, 17, 17, 23, 70, 11, 0.7

30. What is the mean of these 5 numbers;

11, 3, 2, 3, 1

31. What is the median of these numbers;

23, 25, 33, 34, 42, 65, 71

32. What is the range of these numbers;

32, 11, 14, 15, 16, 23

33. What does accumulative mean?

slide11

Solve the following equations

34) 2x = 16

35) 2x + 3 = 5

36) 6x – 2 = -8

37) 2(x+3) = 16

38) 2(x +3) = 4

slide15
Look at the sequence below.

6, 13, 20, 27, 34…

Write an expression for the nth term of the sequence.

slide16
Positive
  • Negative
  • None
The test scores for 8 students in a German and French test are shown in the scatter graph below. What type of correlation is shown?
slide19
Expand and simplify:

7(3a + 5) – 4(5a – 2)

slide25
The table above shows the favourite subjects of 106 students.

What percentage of those who said English were boys? Give your answer correct to 1dp.

slide26
140 people were asked which football team they thought was the best in the Premier League. The percentage bar chart above shows the percentage that said each team.

How many people said Arsenal?

slide27

Which is the better value for money?

250g for £1.75 OR 400g for £2.79

Give a reason for your answer.

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