OLNA NUMERACY PRACTICE TEST 2

- 1. Arati bought one large bucket of popcorn and one small cup of icecream and she has 40 cents left. How much money did she have at the start?
A) $11.40 B) $10.40 C) $12.40 D) $10.40 - 2. The correct time shown on this clock is:
A) 10 minutes to 2 B) 50 minutes to 2 C) 2 minutes to 10 D) 2 minutes to 50 - 3. Name the angle given above:
A) Reflex angle B) Revolution C) Obtuse angle D) Acute angle - 4. Jack made a spinner for end of year Math games. What would be the probability of the spinner landing on 1?
A) 2/3 B) 1/3 C) 1/4 D) 1/2 - 5. From the spinners given below, which spinner is most likely to land on 1?
A) Spinner A B) Spinner C C) Spinner B D) Spinner A and B - 6. From the spinners given below, which row on the table puts the spinner to most likely stop on 3 to least likely to stop on 3?
A) Spinner A, Spinner C, Spinner B B) Spinner A, Spinner B, Spinner C C) Spinner B, Spinner A, Spinner C D) Spinner C, Spinner B, Spinner A - 7. Nikhil’s flower stall had bouquets of red roses to be sold on Valentine’s Day. Each bouquet had 25 roses. After making 10 bouquets, he had 12 roses left over. Find the total number of red roses Nikhil had in the beginning?
A) 247 B) 257 C) 262 D) 276 - 8. Michaela wants to paint her garden fence of area 60 m2. A 5 litre can of paint can cover 12 m2. How many cans of paint does she require?
A) 6 B) 12 C) 5 D) 60 - 9. Sacha wants to paint her garden fence of area 60 m2. A 5 litre can of paint can cover 12 m2. How many litres of paint does she require?
A) 60 B) 12 C) 5 D) 25 - 10. Which list has the numbers in order from smallest to largest?
A) 24, 15, -7, -8, -10 B) -20, -18, -5, 0, 25 C) 14, 15, -4, -8, -35 D) 10, -7, -4, 13, 25 - 11. On August 12,2015 the temperatures of four major cities in Australia were at 12 noon:
Perth…..16◦C Melbourne.….13◦C Sydney…..15◦C Canberra…..5◦C
The order of the cities from coldest minimum temperature to the warmest would be:
A) Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Perth B) Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth C) Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra D) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth - 12. Joshua has got a part-time job this year. The column graph below shows his expenses and saving for the first half of the year.
What information is missing in the graph below?
A) Title B) Axes C) Grid D) Key - 13. A swimming pool is 5000 cm long, 2000 cm wide and 1500 cm in depth. Calculate the volume of the swimming pool in litres.
A) 20 000 000 B) 15 000 000 000 C) 25 000 000 000 D) 15 000 000 - 14. Emily wanted to build her house at Mannington. The total cost of the house is as follows:
Land: $250 320 Council approval: $4580 Building cost: $195 200
Calculate the total amount to the nearest $1000.
A) $450 000 B) $460 000 C) $444 000 D) $470 000 - 15. The price of a refrigerator is marked as $1500. What would be the sale price after a discount of 20%?
A) $1300 B) $1200 C) $1800 D) $1350 - 16. Mia counted nine halves. What number is equal to nine halves?
A) 18 B) 4.5 C) 10 D) 9.5 - 17. 1/4 of a flock of birds is 12. How many birds are in the whole flock?
A) 3 B) 24 C) 48 D) 6 - 18. John and Michael shared a bag of lollies. John ate 1/4 of the bag and Michael ate 1/3 as much as John. What fraction of the bag of lollies did Michael eat?
A) 2/3 B) 3/4 C) 1/12 D) 1/6 - 19. A group of 220 people were surveyed to know whether they like swimming or diving. The results are shown in the Venn diagram above:
How many people liked both swimming and diving?
A) 27 B) 52 C) 47 D) 88 - 20. A group of 220 students were surveyed at St Norbert College to find whether they played Soccer or Basketball. The results are shown in the Venn diagram above:
How many people played only Basketball?
A) 30 B) 70 C) 27 D) 20 - 21. 99800, 99820, 99840, 99860, _______
Write the number next in the sequence.
A) 99820 B) 99880 C) 99840 D) 99870 - 22. 89900, 89890, 89880, 89870, _______
Write the number next in the sequence.
A) 89860 B) 89820 C) 99940 D) 89920 - 23. The normal price of unleaded petrol at Caltex is $1.35 per litre. John has a voucher that offers a saving of 4 c per litre. How much does he pay per litre?
A) $1.42 B) $1.24 C) $1.31 D) $1.31 - 24. The normal price of unleaded petrol at Caltex is $1.28 per litre. Thomas has a voucher that offers a saving of 4 c per litre. How much does he pay per litre?
A) $1.24 B) $1.42 C) $1.34 D) $1.16 - 25. On which two consecutive days is the difference in the number of coke cans consumed 4?
A) Saturday and Sunday B) Thursday and Friday C) Monday and Tuesday D) Wednesday and Thursday - 26. What is the total number of coke cans consumed during the week days (Monday – Friday)?
A) 16 B) 17 C) 25 D) 15 - 27. Mrs Green starts to summarize her Algebra lesson for the day at 8 minutes past 10. Which clock shows the correct time?
A) c B) d C) a D) b - 28. On Wednesdays period 4 starts at 15 minutes past 12. Which clock shows the correct time?
A) d B) a C) b D) c - 29. Which list has money from lowest to highest in value?
A) $88, $808, $880, $888, $8880 B) $456, $465, $546, $345, $354 C) $101, $110, $105, $120, $101 D) $197, $179, $177, $187, $165 - 30. Which list has money from highest to lowest in value?
A) $211, $110, $105, $202, $120 B) $999, $909, $990, $999, $9990 C) $299, $289, $284, $279, $269 D) $356, $465, $546, $345, $355 - 31. What will be the total cost for 2 adults and 2 children who are aged 8 and 4 years?
A) $50 B) $40 C) $34 D) $29 - 32. Maya bought one small bucket of popcorn and one large cup of ice-cream and she has 60 cents left. How much money did she have at the start?
A) $9.40 B) $12.40 C) $11.40 D) $10.60 - 33. The correct time shown on this clock is:
A) 2 minutes to 55 B) 55 minutes to 2 C) 5 minutes to 2 D) 2 minutes to 5 - 34. Name the angle given above:
A) Revolution B) Reflex angle C) Acute angle D) Obtuse angle - 35. Jack made a spinner for end of year Maths games. What would be the probability of the spinner landing on 4?
A) 2/3 B) 1/4 C) 1/3 D) 1/2 - 36. From the spinners given below, which spinner is most likely to land on 3?
A) Spinner A B) Spinner A and B C) Spinner B D) Spinner C - 37. From the spinners given below, which row on the table puts the spinner to least likely stop on 3 to most likely to stop on 3?
A) Spinner C, Spinner B, Spinner A B) Spinner A, Spinner, Spinner C C) Spinner C, Spinner A, Spinner B D) Spinner B, Spinner A, Spinner C - 38. Morgan’s flower stall had bouquets of red roses to be sold on Valentine’s Day. Each bouquet had 20 roses. After making 11 bouquets, she had 15 roses left over. Find the total number of red roses Morgan had in the beginning?
A) 200 B) 235 C) 225 D) 185 - 39. Emily wants to paint her garden fence of area 48 m2. A 5 litre can of paint can cover 12 m2. How many cans of paint does she require?
A) 60 B) 4 C) 12 D) 6 - 40. Jessica wants to paint her garden fence of area 48 m2. A 5 litre can of paint can cover 12 m2. How many litres of paint does she require?
A) 25 B) 12 C) 20 D) 5 - 41. The goals scored by 5 boys during the winter football season are shown above. Who scored 2 goals more than Ben?
A) Caleb B) Arin C) Tom D) Jerry - 42. Which list has the numbers in order from smallest to largest?
A) 10, -70, -40, 13, 25 B) 240, 150, -70, -80, -10 C) -180, -120, -50, 0, 250 D) 140, 150, -40, -80, -35 - 43. One of the winter days this year the temperatures of four major cities in Australia were:
Perth…..1◦C Melbourne.….-3◦C Sydney…..-2◦C Canberra…..-5◦C
The order of the cities from warmest to coldest would be:
A) Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth B) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth C) Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra D) Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Perth - 44. Josie wanted to build her house at Mathville. The total cost of her house is as follows:
Land: $230 520 Council approval: $4820 Building cost: $185 400
Calculate the total amount to the nearest $1000.
A) $420 000 B) $422 000 C) $421 000 D) $419 000 - 45. The price of a refrigerator is marked as $2000. What would be the sale price after a discount of 25%?
A) $1700 B) $1500 C) $1200 D) $1800 |

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