Show session ID Load QuizSave Quiz 0 Welcome to your Hunarly Year 4 Assessment - MathsNVR Please do not ask for any help from grownups. If you are stuck, just make a wise guess and move on. There are about 60 questions( Maths, Non Verbal Reasoning) The overall time limit is 80 minutes. You will see a timer( with time left for the exam) at the bottom of the page If you face a tricky question, don't waste time and just move on to next question. Remember there might be some easy ones ahead Keep a Pencil and Paper handy to work out the answers TIP 1: Don't spend more than a minute on each Maths question TIP 2: Write down the tricky question numbers on a paper, so that you can revisit them if you have spare time. Student Name Parent's Email address 1. What is the value of the 4 in 3427 400 40 420 427 2. What is the missing number in the following sum 4060800 = 4000000 + ............. + 800 60000 6000 600000 600 3. What is the value of the digit 5 in the number 32.5797 fifty five units five tenths five hundredths five thousandths 4. There are 1983 people in a stadium, which number from below is correct to the nearest hundred 2000 1900 1950 1980 1985 5. Which number is the closest in value to 0.1 0.01 0.08 0.13 0.2 0.9 6. Round the number 1609.344 to the nearest ten 1610 1609 1609.30 1609.4 7. What number is halfway between -3 and 8? 2.5 3.5 4.5 3.0 8. What is \[\frac{3}{4}\] of 200? 50 150 100 125 175 9. In her examination, Elizabeth got 16 marks out of 20. What was her mark as a fraction of the whole? 4/5 3/5 8/12 16/100 4/6 10. A CD player is worth £640. There is a discount of 15%( discount of \[\frac{3}{20}\] of the orginal price). How much will be the price after discount? 96 544 534 86 554 11. A concert hall has 120 rows of 35 seats.? If the concert hall is \[\frac{3}{20}\] full, how many seats are empty? 4200 seats 3150 seats 1050 seats 1000 seats 2000 seats 12. Following are different number cards 2 3 4 10 17 24 26 31. What fraction of these numbers are prime? 2 3 4 10 17 24 26 31 1/2 3/8 5/8 4/7 None of these 13. Which one following numbers is smallest 0.6, 11/100, 0.1, 8/100 0.6 0.1 8% 11% 14. 5.031 - 0.287= 4.644 5.644 5.744 4.744 3.745 15. Work out 5.03 x 1000 50300 503 5030 50.3 16. Ravi has 8 sweets. He eats 6 of them. What fraction of the sweets has he eaten? 3/4 1/4 2/3 1/3 17. What fraction of the shape is shaded? 3/8 4/8 1/2 5/8 18. Tim has 24 doughnuts. He eats \[\frac{3}{8}\] of them. How many doughnuts are left? 9 15 25 3 10 19. Zack wants to buy a Lego set and visited four different shops that were all doing different offers, Which one of the offers is the best value for his money? 25% off 1/2 Price 1/3 Price 1/8 Price 20. Calculate the answer to the following fraction calculation: 4\[\frac{1}{2}\] - 1\[\frac{2}{5}\] 4 \[\frac{1}{10}\] 3 \[\frac{1}{10}\] 5 \[\frac{1}{10}\] 6 \[\frac{1}{10}\] None of the above 21. What fraction of this diagram is shaded? 19/24 6/24 6/16 9/16 5/24 22. Rebecca spent 75% of her pocket money this week. What fraction of her pocket money did she spend? 1/4 1/3 3/5 3/4 3/6 23. Alana has to take 10 millilitres of medicine three times a day. How long would a 180 millilitre bottle last her? 7 days 6 days 5 days 4 days 24. A box of 7 grapefruit costs £3.29, Patrick buys 2 boxes of grapefruit and pays with a £20 note. How much change should he receive? 12.47 13.42 12.42 15.42 25. In the diagram below (not to scale), find the angles marked x x=40 x=132 x=136 x=138 26. How many degrees are there in a quarter turn? 45 degrees 90 degrees 40 degrees 180 degrees 27. A right angled triangle has an angle of 55 degrees. What is the size of the smallest angle in the triangle? 25 35 45 65 28. An Isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles, what is the size of angle p in the below picture? 140 degrees 75 degrees 135 degrees 70 degrees 29. Which of the following is a seven-sided polygon? Triangle Heptagon Hexagon Octagon Acute triangle 30. What type of angle is an angle of 145 degrees Acute Angle Obtuse Angle Right Angle Reflex Angle Isosceles Angle 31. A shape that has four equal sides and opposite angles equal. Rhombus Square Both None of them 32. The sum of the four angles in a quadrilateral is ______________ degrees 150 180 360 None of the above 33. Chi is facing North East. In which direction will he be facing if he turns clockwise through 3 right angles? North west North east South west South east 34. The below diagram is a pentagonal prism , state the number of Edges? 7 15 16 19 35. Find the perimeter of below shape 30mm 34mm 32mm 31mm 36. Find the perimeter of the following shape. 76cm 56cm 42cm 26cm 37. A programme starts at 9:15pm and ends at 11:06pm.How many minutes did it last? 113 mins 101 mins 110 mins 111 mins 38. A plane leaves London Airport at 16:30 and takes 5 and 3/4 hours on its journey. At what time does it arrive? 22:15 23:15 22:35 22:45 39. Below shape is a rectangle, what are the co-ordinates of point D? 1,2 2,1 2,2 1,1 40. On the grid below, points A, B and C are plotted . D is a point on the grid so that if you join D to B and C to D you get a parallelogram, write the co-ordinates of D? 9,4 8,4 8,3 7,4 41. The below table shows some information about four African countries. Which country has the third highest mountain Angola Namibia Zimbabwe Zambia 42. The timetable below shows the morning train times between St Albans and City Thameslink via St Pancras International. How many minutes does the 0727 train take to travel from Radlett to City? 30 mins 35 mins 33 mins 36 mins 43. The timetable below shows the morning train times between St Albans and City Thameslink via St Pancras International. What is the time of the latest trai that someone could catch from St.Albans in order to arrive at City no later than 8 o clock? 0708 train 0728 train 0722 train 0658 train 44. Non Verbal Reasoning: Which figure is the odd one out? a b c d e 45. Non Verbal Reasoning: Which figure is the odd one out? a b c d e 46. Non Verbal Reasoning: Which figure is the odd one out? a b c d e 47. Non Verbal Reasoning: Which figure is the odd one out? a b c d e 48. Non Verbal Reasoning: Which of the five options on the right is the reflection of the figure on the left? Use the mirror line provided. a b c d e 49. Non Verbal Reasoning: Which of the five options on the right is the reflection of the figure on the left? Use the mirror line provided. a b c d e 50. Non Verbal Reasoning: Which of the five options on the right is the reflection of the figure on the left? Use the mirror line provided. a b c d e 51. Non Verbal Reasoning: Which of the five options on the right is the reflection of the figure on the left? Use the mirror line provided. a b c d e 52. Non Verbal Reasoning: In each question there are three figures on the left which are alike in one or more ways. Choose which of the five options on the right is most like the figures on the left. a b c d e 53. Non Verbal Reasoning: In each question there are three figures on the left which are alike in one or more ways. Choose which of the five options on the right is most like the figures on the left. a b c d e 54. Non Verbal Reasoning: In each question there are three figures on the left which are alike in one or more ways. Choose which of the five options on the right is most like the figures on the left. a b c d e 55. Non Verbal Reasoning: In each question there are three figures on the left which are alike in one or more ways. Choose which of the five options on the right is most like the figures on the left. a b c d e 56. Non Verbal Reasoning: Look at how the first figure changes to become the second figure. Choose the figure that the third figure will become if it is changed in the same way. a b c d e 57. Non Verbal Reasoning: Look at how the first figure changes to become the second figure. Choose the figure that the third figure will become if it is changed in the same way. a b c d e 58. Non Verbal Reasoning: Look at how the first figure changes to become the second figure. Choose the figure that the third figure will become if it is changed in the same way. a b c d e 59. Non Verbal Reasoning: Look at how the first figure changes to become the second figure. Choose the figure that the third figure will become if it is changed in the same way. a b c d e You’ve already answered some of the questions! Would you like to continue with quiz or restart it from beginning?Stop TimerYour quiz is running out of time! few seconds are remaining. Are you sure you want to submit this quiz?