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```Tranmere Park Primary School
Maths Basic Skills
Level 2-3 Test 5
Name ___________________________
Date______________________________
Class_____________________________
Section A: Counting and understanding numbers
Section B: Calculating
Section C: Using and applying
2.1
2.6
1. How many groups of five can be
11.
2.2
2. Order these numbers, starting with
the smallest: 30 , 17 , 24 , 49
10
23 +
= 34
17 , 24 2.7
30 , 49 12. I think of a number and half it. The
answer is 9. What was my number?
2.3
11
18
21. Ben arrives at the park at half
past three. He leaves at four o’clock.
How many minutes does he spend at
the park?
30
22. Tony has 39p.
He needs 21p more to buy a bottle of
coke.
How much does the coke cost?
60p
2.8
3. Write the missing numbers in this
sequence: 2 , 5 , ... , 11 , 14 , ...
8 , 17
2.4
13. What must be added to 10 to make
one hundred?
90
2.9
4. How many two pence coins are
equal to eighteen pence?
9
2.5
14. Joe saves 25p. His dad gives him
23p. How much does he have now?
48p
2.10
5. How many halves are in 5 whole
ones?
10
3.1
15. There are 5 pencils in a packet.
How many pencils will be in 8 packets?
40
23. How many millimetres are in ten
and a half centimetres?
3.7
6. What number is three less than six
hundred and two.
599
16. Divide one 180 by 6.
3.2
3.8
7. What temperature is 6 degrees
more than -2 degrees Celsius?
17.
4º
3.3
x 6 = 60 - 36
30
4
3.9
8. Write down the next two numbers.
42 , 45 , 48 , ... , ...
51 , 54 18. Subtract thirty-four from seventyone.
3.4
105
37
I bought two chocolate bars and got
fourteen pence change.
How much did each chocolate bar
cost?
43p
3.10
9. What is one-sixth of forty-two?
7
3.6
10. Multiply nine by three.
Total (A)
Test Total (A+B+C)
27
19. What must be added to fifty-six to
make one hundred?
3.11 20. One orange costs twentythree pence. How much will four
oranges cost?
Total (B)
R (0-9)
44
92p
25. Ben saved eleven 10p coins
and ten 5p coins and three 2p
coins. How much money has
Ben saved?
Total (C)
Y (10-19)
G (20-25)
£1.66
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