Working with Whole Numbers (multiple choice) L1

Question 1 of 14

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A customer’s car needs a service at 48 000 miles. His car has
done 33 650 miles.
How many more miles can he drive the car before its
service is needed?

Select one of the following:

  • 14 350

  • 14 450

  • 15 350

  • 16 650

Question 2 of 14

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A cable television company has 67 045 customers.
What is this number in words?

Select one of the following:

  • six million, seven
    thousand and forty-five

  • sixty-seven thousand
    and forty-five

  • six thousand, seven
    hundred and forty-five

  • sixty-seven hundred
    and forty-five

Question 3 of 14

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At a football match, 44 645 fans attended.
What is this figure to the nearest hundred?

Select one of the following:

  • 44 650

  • 44 600

  • 44 640

  • 44 700

Question 4 of 14

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Rosie has £450 in her current account. In one day she
spends £659 on a holiday and pays a cheque into her
account for £121.
Use a calculator to work out what the new balance should
be.

Select one of the following:

  • £330

  • –£330

  • –£88

  • £88

Question 5 of 14

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Thirty-nine thousand and five households receive a free
newspaper every week.
What is this number in figures?

Select one of the following:

  • 39 005

  • 3905

  • 390 005

  • 30 905

Question 6 of 14

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One weekend, 86 000 people visited Clacton. The following
weekend 139 270 people visited Clacton.
How many more people went on the second weekend than
the first?

Select one of the following:

  • 216 270

  • 990 270

  • 53 270

  • 44 270

Question 7 of 14

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Deklan sells 14 pictures for £50 each.
How much money does he collect?

Select one of the following:

  • £140

  • £70

  • £700

  • £64

Question 8 of 14

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A group of seven friends win a total lottery prize of £2583.
They each have an equal share of £369.
Which calculation can they use to check if this is correct?

Select one of the following:

  • 2583 × 369

  • 369 ÷ 7

  • 2583 × 7

  • 369 × 7

Question 9 of 14

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A hotel charges £65 for one room for one night.
How much in total will it charge for two rooms for three
nights?

Select one of the following:

  • £195

  • £130

  • £390

  • £325

Question 10 of 14

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The table shows the average temperatures in Paris between
November and February.
Temperatures in Paris (°C)
Nov Dec Jan Feb
–4 –2 0 4
What is the lowest temperature?

Select one of the following:

  • –4°C

  • –2°C

  • 0°C

  • 4°C

Question 11 of 14

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A householder pays £876 a year in house insurance. She
pays in twelve equal monthly instalments.
How much does she pay per month?

Select one of the following:

  • £70.50

  • £76

  • £86

  • £73

Question 12 of 14

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A business makes £38 457 profit in June.
What is this amount, to the nearest thousand?

Select one of the following:

  • £38 000

  • £38 500

  • £39 000

  • £40 000

Question 13 of 14

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A music store sells 760 CDs in one week, then 907 and 952
in the following two weeks.
How many CDs does it sell in the three weeks?

Select one of the following:

  • 2509

  • 2519

  • 2609

  • 2619

Question 14 of 14

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What is the correct way to use rounding to check the answer
to 28 × 832?

Select one of the following:

  • 20 × 830

  • 30 × 830

  • 20 × 840

  • 30 × 840

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Working with Whole Numbers (multiple choice) L1

Lee Holness
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This quiz includes questions on reading, writing, ordering and comparing whole numbers. Rounding. Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing whole numbers. Multiples and squares. Solving word problems. Checking answers to calculations and Negative numbers

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