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1 Materials for assessing adult numeracy

2 Number Task Write this number in figures. Two hundred and seventy two thousand four hundred and twenty nine. In which of these numbers is the 7 worth seventy? Write the number in the box Tick the box to show which of these temperatures is below freezing. A car shows on the clock. Round this up or down to the nearest thousand. N/L. N/L.8 N/L.9

3 Number Task Make a rough estimate. What roughly is the total length of 9 fence panels each measuring.9m? Estimate m 6 Estimate the cost of pencils at 9p each.. TOTAL N/L. N/L.8 N/L.9

4 Number Task Work your way through the next questions. Write your answers in the boxes These are the attendance figures for concerts. How many people came altogether? people 6 A tank holds 000 litres of oil. If 70 litres are used, how much oil is left in the tank? litres N/L. N/L. N/L. N/L.6

5 Number Task 7 A sack of flour weighs kilos. How much do 7 sacks weigh? kg 8 A rope 60m in length is cut into equal lengths. How long is each length of rope? m 9 A case of mineral water contains 80 bottles. How many bottles in 0 cases? bottles 0 A length of roofing felt is 7000cm. If it is cut into 00 equal pieces, what is the length of each piece? cm TOTAL N/L. N/L. N/L. N/L.6

6 Number Task One litre of weedkiller is mixed in a ratio of : with water. How many litres altogether? litres is shared in the ratio of :. What is the larger share? In a recipe you need eggs for every 0g of flour. How many eggs do you need for 70g of flour? eggs Two identical rugs cost 00 in total. How much do cost? TOTAL N/L.7

7 Number Task Write in the missing fraction Tick the fraction that is the same as. 6 6 Tick the biggest fraction. 6 8 Tick the fraction that is the same as. 6 7 What is of? 6 Find of 0. 6 N/L. N/L. N/L.

8 Number Task 7 What is of 8? 8 John saved 60. He spent How much did the bag cost? of it on a new bag. 9 Tick the fraction that is the same as 0%. 0 Tick the decimal fraction that is the same as TOTAL N/L. N/L. N/L. 7

9 Number Task Put these in order, starting with the biggest first Put these decimals in the correct order, starting with the smallest first Write your answer in the box Write your answer in the box Write your answer in the box Write your answer in the box Find the total weight of these bags of sand.. kg 7.07 kg. kg 7 kg kg 8 N/L. N/L. N/L.6 N/L.7

10 Number Task 8 A car petrol tank holds 0. litres..7 litres of petrol have been used. How much is left in the tank? litres 9 Book shelves are.7m long. What is the length of 9 shelves? m 0 What is 0. 00? What is.6 0? Round this number up or down to the nearest whole number..6 Round this number up or down to decimal place..7 Round this number up or down to decimal places.. TOTAL N/L. N/L. N/L.6 N/L.7 9

11 Number Task 6 Tom has paid 7% of the cost of his car. What percentage is left to pay? % Tom earns 00 a week and has a pay rise of 0%. Pat earns 00 a week and has a pay rise of %. Who had the bigger increase? Tom Pat Find 0% of 90. Find 0% of.0. In a sale, a table costing 60 is reduced in price by %. What is the new price? 6 Petrol costing 80p a litre has a price increase of 0%. What is the cost per litre now? p TOTAL 0 N/L.8 N/L.9 N/L.0

13 Measures, shape and space Task 8 A builder buys these items at a builders merchants. What is the total cost? Tim owes P&Q DIY stores 7.0. He pays a cheque for by mistake. How much has he overpaid? Molly buys tins of paint at. each. How much is this altogether? Molly buys rolls of wallpaper for.00. How much is roll of wallpaper? TOTAL MSS/L.

14 Measures, shape and space Task 9 Write the date for the first Tuesday in this month. / / Which day of the week is /0/0? Tick the correct answer. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday You are on the platform in Crewe at.0p.m. What time is the next train to Derby? MSS/L. MSS/L.

15 Measures, shape and space Task 9 You are in Crewe and you need to be in Derby in time for an appointment at.00pm. What time do you need to catch the train? The flower shop closes at this time in the afternoon. Write the time using the -hour clock. 6 Write the time shown on this digital clock using the -hour clock. 7 Fred starts work at 0600 and finishes at. How long is his shift? hours minutes MSS/L. MSS/L.

16 Measures, shape and space Task 9 8 Kara works an extra 0 minutes over her normal shift time. How many hours and minutes is this? hours minutes 9 Sunita is on duty from to 00 each day for days. How many hours does she work altogether? hours minutes 0 A TV programme starts at 7.pm and finishes at 9.0pm. How long does it last? hours minutes This is Kara s time sheet for one week. Fill it in to show the number of hours and minutes she has worked each day and the total hours and minutes she has worked for the week. Time sheet: hours worked Day Time Time Hours started finished worked Mon Tues 00 0 Wed Thurs Fri Total hours worked TOTAL MSS/L. MSS/L.

17 Measures, shape and space Task 0 Draw a line on this jug to show 0. litres. Tick the jugs that have the same amount of water. This ruler is labelled in cm. What is the measurement shown in mm? mm 6 MSS/L. MSS/L. MSS/L.6 MSS/L.7

18 Measures, shape and space Task 0 This garden wall is drawn to scale. Estimate the height of the wall in metres. m Write the weight of this parcel in kilograms. kg 6 Write down the temperature shown on this thermometer. C C 7 Write down the temperature shown on this thermometer. C C MSS/L. MSS/L. MSS/L.6 MSS/L.7 7

19 Measures, shape and space Task 0 8 Colin lives in Manchester. How far does he have to drive to get to York? miles 9 How far is it from town A to town B? km 0 On four separate days Tom travelled 7km, 60km, 7km and 77km. How far did he travel altogether? km The milometer reading on a car on st August was On st August it was 8.. How many miles did the car travel in August? miles TOTAL 8 MSS/L. MSS/L. MSS/L.6 MSS/L.7

20 Measures, shape and space Task What is the perimeter of the football pitch? 0m m 90m What is the area of this room? 8m m.m What is the volume of this container? 8cm 6cm cm 0cm TOTAL MSS/L.8 MSS/L.9 MSS/L.0 9

21 Measures, shape and space Task This is a right angle. How many degrees in this angle? How many of these triangular tiles will fit into the rectangle? TOTAL 0 MSS/L.

22 Handling data Task This bar chart shows the amount of money spent in a sports shop in a three month period. In which month were most goods sold? Money spent in sports shop in months December Month January February 0,000 0,000,000 0,000,000 spent Look at the bar chart above. How much money was taken in January? This pie chart shows survey results from 0 people about their favourite way of spending their leisure time. How many people like watching TV best? Survey of favourite leisure time activities for 0 people What fraction like reading best of all? HD/L. HD/L.

23 Handling data Task This pictogram shows how many babies were born in a city from How many babies were born in 000? Key: = 00 babies 6 How many babies were born altogether from 999 to 00? 7 This line graph shows how long it takes a kettle of water to heat to boiling point 00 C. How long does it take for the water to boil? Temperature mins C What is the temperature of the water after it has been heating for minutes? C Time in minutes HD/L. HD/L.

24 Handling data Task 9 You can use this graph to find an approximate conversion of ounces to grams and grams to ounces. How many ounces in 00g? Conversion of grams to ounces oz 0 6 Ounces/oz 8 0 How many grams in 0oz? g Grams/g This graph shows data about how 00 people travel to work. 0 travel by car, 0 by bus, 0 by train and 0 walk to work. Complete the graph by putting the correct scale on the vertical axis. How people get to work Number of people Car Bus Train Walk Method of travel to work TOTAL HD/L. HD/L.

25 Handling data Task A football team scored goals in games. What was the mean (or average) rate of scoring per game? What is the range of highest daily temperatures? Tick the correct answer. a. C b. C C c. 0 C d. 7 C C e. 6 C Highest daily temperature Mon C Tues 8 C Wed 9 C Thurs 9 C Fri C Sat 7 C Sun C Here are two spinners, A and B. Read the statement and put a tick ( ) if it is true and a cross ( ) if it is not true. Scoring is more likely on A than on B. A B HD/L. HD/L. HD/L. HD/L.

26 Handling data Task What is the chance of being thrown on the dice? in 6 chance in chance in 7 chance On a scale of probability, 0 is impossible and is certain. What number would you put for the statement that babies are either boys or girls? Tick the correct box TOTAL HD/L. HD/L. HD/L. HD/L.

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