Answers Tutorial World

Whole Numbers Ex 1.1 Ex 1.2
The Four Operations Of Whole Numbers Ex 2.1 Ex 2.2
Fractions Ex 3.1 Ex 3.2
Graphs Ex 4.1 Ex 4.2 Ex 4.3
Angles, Perpendicular and Parallel Lines Ex 5.1 Ex 5.2 Ex 5.3
Area and Perimeter Ex 6.1 Ex 6.2 Ex 6.3
Symmetry Ex 7.1 Ex 7.2 Ex 7.3
Fractions (II) Ex 8.1 Ex 8.2 Ex 8.3
Decimals Ex 9.1 Ex 9.2 Ex 9.3
The Four Operations Of Decimals Ex 10.1 Ex 10.2 Ex 10.3
Average Ex 11.1 Ex 11.2 Ex 11.3
Solid Figures
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Ex 1.1 To Answer Index
A (1)Two thousand eight hundred and sixty-one
  (2)Five thousand nine hundred and three
  (3)One thousand and ninety-seven
  (4)Nine thousand four hundred and sixty-two
  (5)Eighteen thousand and ten
B (1)11 670   (2)9 212   (3)3 108   (4)23 049   (5)7 370
C (1)9 001   (2)6 600   (3)33 320
D (1)ten thousands   (2)hundreds   (3)thousands
E (1)<   (2)>   (3)>   (4)=   (5)<   (6)>
F (1)11 000   (2)8 000   (3)48 000   (4)35 000   (5)32 000
G (1a)5630   (1b)9850   (1c)8560
  (2a)9900   (2b)23900   (2c)90700
  (3a)3000   (3b)58000   (3c)13000
H (1)9709,9197,8879,7909   (2)77315,45977,43907,13577
  (3)59999,55900,55099,50980
I (1a)1,13   (1b)1,2,4,8,16,32   (1c)1,3,9,27   (1d)1,2,3,4,6,8,12,16,24,48
  (1e)1,2,3,4,5,6,10,12,15,20,30,60
  (2)8,12,24   (3)5,15,45,100   (4)6   (5)6   (6)12   (7)3,6   (8)5,21
J (1)12 900 males   (2)16 $10 notes
  (3)0,1,3,6,10,15,21,28,36,45,55  Factors 1,5,11,55
 
Ex 1.2 To Answer Index
A (1)One thousand eight hundred and seventy-five
  (2)Three thousand and ninety-three
  (3)Sixty-five thousand and thirty-six
  (4)Forty-five thousand four hundred and forty-three
  (5)Twenty-six thousand and eight hundred
B (1)12 600   (2)2 320   (3)38 780   (4)13 904   (5)10 205
C (1)6 190   (2)3 990   (3)36 000
D (1)hundreds   (2)ten thousands   (3)thousands
E (1)72 000   (2)15 000   (3)9 000   (4)19 000   (5)48 000
F (1)2600,2590,2399,1890   (2)15977,12707,11715,10307
  (3)75099,70820,69099,55009
G (1a)1,2,4,8   (1b)1,2,3,6,9,18   (1c)1,23   (1d)1,3,11,33   (1e)1,3,13,39
  (2)9,21   (3)155,200   (4)7   (5)4   (6)8   (7)4,2   (8)5,5
H (1)85,95,105,115,125,135   (2)2057,2357,2657,2957,3257,3557
  (3)2303,2306,2309,2312,2315,2318   (4)200,400,600,800,1000,1200
I (1)1,3   (2)1,11   (3)1,5   (4)1,2,4,8
J (1)$26 700   (2)$9 500   (3)1,2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23  Factors 1,23
 
Ex 2.1 To Answer Index
A (1)6041   (2)2846   (3)4720   (4)1067   (5)12242   (6)2445   (7)9482   (8)181
B (1)936   (2)1640   (3)840   (4)31   (5)99   (6)82
C (1)$670   (2)45 eggs and 75 eggs   (3)20 cents   (4)12,24,48   (5)$25
  (6)480 people
 
Ex 2.2 To Answer Index
A (1)6531   (2)6676   (3)1200   (4)88   (5)2084   (6)2445   (7)3536   (8)700
B (1)2640   (2)4620   (3)4116   (4)877   (5)196   (6)709
C (1)18 packets, blue 4 , red 6 , black 7   (2)$3550
  (3)18 and 33, common factors 1 , 3   (4)130 bags   (5)12 minutes 30 seconds
  (6)11 trips
 
Ex 3.1 To Answer Index
[Note: Answers in ( / ) represents a fraction eg 1(2/3) means 1 whole
       and two-thirds.]
A (1) 1(1/24)   (2) 3(8/15)   (3) 1(13/15)   (4) (7/12)   (5) 4(1/21)
  (6) 1(7/45)   (7) 2(7/12)   (8) 3(23/30)   (9) 2(3/5)   (10) 4(29/36)
B (1) (5/9) , (2/3) , (3/4)   (2) 1(1/4) , (8/5) , (5/3)
  (3) (4/6) , (3/4) , (10/12)   (4) (5/3) , 1(7/9) , 1(7/10)
C (1) 1.75 metres   (2) (7/15)   (3) 12 hours   (4a) 4 hours 40 minutes
  (4b) (4/7)   (5) 3(13/56) metres
 
Ex 3.2 To Answer Index
[Note: Answers in ( / ) represents a fraction eg 1(2/3) means 1 whole
       and two-thirds.]
A (1) 1(2/3) (2) 3(3/40) (3) (3/5) (4) 10(1/6) (5) 3(17/30) (6) 1(7/12) (7) 7(1/2) (8) 4(11/20) (9) (19/30) (10) 2(21/40) B (1) (9/8) , (7/6) , (5/4) (2) (9/8) , (9/7) , 1(3/4)
(3) (2/5) , (4/9) , (3/6) (4) (31/6) , 4(7/4) , 5(4/3) C (1) (17/24) metres (2) (18/35) (3) (1/10) minute (4) (1/4) litre (5) 5(11/15) metres
 
Ex 4.1 To Answer Index
1. (a) Ali (b) 303 (c) 6 (d) 203
2. (a) highest August , lowest May (b) 94 (c) 6
3. (a) 103 (b) 233 (c) 108
By bus Boys 110
By car Girls 233 , Total 526
By walking Total 103
Total Girls 579
 
Ex 4.2 To Answer Index
1. (a) 3800m , 1000m (b) Nigel , Kimberly , Jeremy (c) 6075m (d) Kimberly
2. (a) highest April , lowest May (b) $125000 (c) 2
3. (a) 19 (b) 13 (c) chicken rice
Noodles Boys 6
Hamburgers Girls 5
Chicken rice Girls 10 , Total 19
Total Boys 22
 
Ex 4.3 To Answer Index
1. (a) $14.80 (b) 20 cents (c) $6.40
2. (a) 1700h - 1900h (b) 2000 cars (c) 1300h - 1500h (d) 1100h - 1300h
3. (a) 92 (b) 38 (c) 19 women
With car Men 52
Without car Women 19 , Total 92
Total Total 222

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