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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Place ValueLook at the number below:

413287.906

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – AdditionMo has 1426 stickers in his book. Alfie has 983 stickers in his book. How many stickers do they have together?

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – FactorsWhat is the highest common factor of 36 and 42?

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – PrimesWhich of these numbers is a prime number? 63, 64, 65, 66, 67

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Long DivisionThe mileage in my car increased by 1848 miles in 6 weeks. How many miles, on average each day?

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – BODMASWhat is the answer to this equation? 2(5 + 3) x 4 + 3² – 8 =

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Negative Numbers712 – 599 – 862 = ?

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Multiplying DecimalsSolve the multiplication 3.24 x 1.2 =

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Fractions Mixed to ImproperWhat is 3 4/5 as an improper fraction?

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Fractions Improper to MixedWhat is 54/8 as a mixed number fraction?

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Ordering FractionsAdd a < or > sign to make this equation correct:

18/72 _____ 9/45

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Multiplying FractionsMultiply 8/9 x 3/4

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Dividing FractionsWhat is 7/10 ÷ 2/3?

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – PercentagesWhat is 60% of 1800 km?

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1 point(s)Category: Mock Exam Maths – Percentage ProblemsA bag of candy-coated chocolates contains 19% red pieces, 25% green pieces, 17% yellow pieces, 12% blue pieces, and 27% brown pieces. What is the total percentage of red, yellow, and blue pieces?

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