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Exam Style Questions

Ensure you have: Pencil, pen, ruler, protractor, pair of compasses and eraser You may use tracing paper if needed

Guidance

1. Read each question carefully before you begin answering it. 2. Donʼt spend too long on one question. 3. Attempt every question. 4. Check your answers seem right. 5. Always show your workings

Revision for this topic

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1." The diagram shows a rectangle.

" "

" Work out the area. " Include units.

......................... (3)

2." Shown below is a rectangle.

" "

" Work out the area.

.........................cm² (2)

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3."

" " The rectangle has length 4.5cm and width 2.8cm.

" Work out the area.

.........................cm² (2)

4." Shown below is a wooden picture frame.

" "

" Work out the shaded area.

.........................cm² (3)

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5." The rectangle below has an area of 65cm².

"

" Work out the size of y.

.........................cm (2)

6." The rectangle below has an area of 36cm²

" "

" The rectangle has length 9cm and width 4cm.

" Write down the length and width of two other rectangles with area 36cm².

" Rectangle 1:"" length .......................cm" " width .......................cm

" Rectangle 2:"" length .......................cm" " width .......................cm

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7." Shown below is a square and a rectangle.

"

" The square and rectangle have the same area.

" Find the y.

.........................cm (3)

8." Work out the area of the rectangle below.

" "

" Include units.

............................ (3)

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9." A rectangle is 3cm by 6cm.

" "

" Six of the rectangles are used to make a larger rectangle.

"

" Work out the area of the larger rectangle.

.........................cm² (2)

10." The diagram shows a rectangle.

" "

" Work out the area. " Give your answer in centimetres squared.

.........................cm² (3)

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11." Here is a rectangle with perimeter 30cm.

" " " The length of the rectangle is 10cm.

" Work out the area of the rectangle.

.........................cm² (3)

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12."

" "

" Mrs Jenkins is a chicken farmer. " Her chicken pen is 18m long and 8m wide. " Each chicken requires at least 3m².

" What is the maximum number of chickens Mrs Jenkins can keep?

......................... (4)

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13." Shown below is a rectangle with length 20cm and width 10cm.

"

" The length of the rectangle is increased by 20%. " The width of the rectangle is increased by 5%.

" Find the percentage increase in the area of the rectangle.

.........................% (3)

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14." Rebecca draws a rectangle. " Holly enlarges the rectangle by scale factor 2.

" Rebecca states “the area will be twice as larger as the original rectangle.”

" Show Rebecca is incorrect.

(4)

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15." Mr Jones is tiling his kitchen floor.

" The kitchen floor measures 3m by 2m. " Each tile is 30cm by 20m.

"

" How many tiles does he need?

........................... (3)

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16." Jessica is tiling her bathroom wall. " " The wall is 240cm by 200cm. " The tiles are squares with side length 20cm.

" Each box contains 15 tiles and costs £8.75.

" How much will it cost Jessica for the tiles?

£........................... (5)

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Exam Style Questions

Ensure you have: Pencil, pen, ruler, protractor, pair of compasses and eraser You may use tracing paper if needed

Guidance

1. Read each question carefully before you begin answering it. 2. Donʼt spend too long on one question. 3. Attempt every question. 4. Check your answers seem right. 5. Always show your workings

Revision for this topic

1.!

! Calculate the area of the triangle.

.........................cm² (2)

2.! A triangle has base length of 14cm. ! The perpendicular height is 9cm. ! Find the area of the triangle.

.........................cm² (2)

3.!

! Work out the area of the right-angled triangle.

.........................cm² (2)

4. On the grid below each square represents 1cm by 1cm.

! Draw a triangle with an area of 10cm². (2)

5.! Shown below is a right-angled triangle.

! The area of the triangle is 21cm² ! Calculate y, the length of the base.

.........................cm (2)

6.! Below is a right-angled triangle and a rectangle.

! The area of the right-angled triangle is equal to the area of the rectangle.

! Calculate x

.........................cm (4)

7.!

! (a) On the centimetre grid above, draw an isosceles triangle with area 15cm²

(2)

! (b) On the centimetre grid above, draw a scalene triangle with area 10cm²

(2)

8.! Below is a diagram of a right-angled triangle and a square.

! The area of the square is twice the area of the triangle.

! Calculate the length of each side of the square.

.........................cm (4)

9.! Below is a sketch of a triangle, not drawn to scale.

! (a) Make an accurate drawing of the triangle below.

(2) ! ! (b) Calculate the area of the triangle. !

.........................cm² (2)

10.! The diagram below shows a garden.

! The garden has a triangular vegetable patch and the rest of the garden is grass.

! Calculate the area of the garden that is grass.

.........................m² (4)

11.! A logo consists of a rectangle and an isosceles triangle.

! Calculate the area of the logo.

.........................cm² (4)

12.! The diagram below shows a farmerʼs field.

! The farmer wants to plant a new crop. ! Each sack of seed covers 30m². ! The cost of each sack is £6.

! Work out the cost to buy enough seed to cover the field. !

£......................... (6)

13.! ABCD and WXYZ are squares. !

! Calculate the area of the shaded square WXYZ.

.........................cm² (4)

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Exam Style Questions

Ensure you have: Pencil, pen, ruler, protractor, pair of compasses and eraser You may use tracing paper if needed

Guidance

1. Read each question carefully before you begin answering it. 2. Donʼt spend too long on one question. 3. Attempt every question. 4. Check your answers seem right. 5. Always show your workings

Revision for this topic

© CORBETTMATHS 2014

1.! The diagram shows a parallelogram on a centimetre gird.

! ! !

! Work out the area of the parallelogram. ! State the units of your answer.

............................... (3)

2.! Shown below is a parallelogram

! !

! Work out the area of the parallelogram. ! State the units of your answer.

............................... (3)

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3.!

! !

! Calculate the area of this parallelogram.

..........................cm² (2)

4.

! ! !

! Work out the area of the parallelogram.

..........................cm² (2)

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5.! This diagram shows a parallelogram.

! Calculate the area of this parallelogram.

..........................cm² (2)

6.! This diagram shows a parallelogram.

! ! ! The area of the parallelogram is 54cm².

! Find the length of the base, y.

..........................cm (2)

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7.! The diagram shows a parallelogram that has perimeter 30cm.

!

! Calculate the area of the parallelogram.

..........................cm² (4)

8.!

! !

! The diagram shows a logo that is made up of 5 identical parallelograms.

! Find the area of one parallelogram.

..........................cm² (3)

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9.! A shape is made from 4 congruent parallelograms.

!

! The area of the shape is 308cm². ! ! Work out the length labelled y. !

..........................cm (5)

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10.! Shown below is a parallelogram with length x + 3 cm and perpendicular height ! 4cm.

! !

! The area of the parallelogram is 30cm²

! Find the size of x.

..........................cm (4)

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