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1 Write your name here Surname Other names Pearson Edexcel Functional Skills Centre Number Mathematics Level 2 Candidate Number 7 11 November 2016 Time: 1 hour 30 minutes Paper Reference FSM02/01 You must have: Pen, calculator, HB pencil, eraser, ruler graduated in cm and mm, protractor, compasses. Total Marks My signature confirms that I will not discuss the content of the test with anyone until the end of the 5 day test window. P52532A 2016 Pearson Education Ltd. 1/1/1/1/1 Signature: Instructions Use a black ballpoint pen. Fill in the boxes at the top of this page with your name, centre number and candidate number. Sign the declaration. Answer all questions. Answer the questions in the spaces provided there may be more space than you need. Calculators may be used. Information The total mark for this paper is 48. The marks for each question are shown in brackets use this as a guide as to how much time to spend on each question. You must show clearly how you get your answers because marks will be awarded for your working out. Check your working and your answers at each stage. This sign shows where marks will be awarded for showing your check. Advice Read each question carefully before you start to answer it. Keep an eye on the time. *P52532A0120* Turn over
2 DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA Answer all questions in this section. Write your answers in the spaces provided. 1 Andy is going bowling with his friends on Friday. He wants to book two lanes at the bowling alley. Andy makes some notes. Five people Andy, Bilal, Caz, Dom, Ede Two people play each game DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA SECTION A: Bowling 20 minutes for each game Start at 7.30 pm Andy wants a schedule to work out the earliest time all the games can finish. The schedule must show the start time and finish time for each game names of the people (A, B, C, D or E) playing each game. Plan a schedule for the bowling games. Show the start times and finish times for the games on your schedule. 2 *P52532A0220* DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA Two games can be played at the same time DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA Every person to play only one game with each other person (4)
3 Use the box below for your schedule. (Total for Question 1 is 4 marks) *P52532A0320* 3 Turn over
4 2 Andy wants to go to the gym before he meets his friends on Friday. They are going to meet at the bowling alley at 7.15 pm. Andy finishes work at 3.30 pm. Andy knows that he will need three quarters of an hour to get from work to the gym 1 hour at the gym 20 minutes to get from the gym to his home 1 hour 15 minutes to have a shower and get changed 35 minutes to get from home to the bowling alley. Andy thinks he will be able to get to the bowling alley by 7.15 pm. Is Andy correct? Show why you think this. (3) Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. (Total for Question 2 is 3 marks) 4 *P52532A0420*
5 3 The last time Andy went bowling he had a mean score of 158 per game. After 3 games Andy has a total score of 473 He thinks he needs to score over 160 in game 4 to get a mean score greater than 158 (a) Is Andy correct? Show why you think this. Show a check of your working. (4) Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. Use the box below to show your check. *P52532A0520* 5 Turn over
6 The friends want to compare their highest and lowest scores for the bowling games. Name Andy Bilal Caz Dom Ede highest score lowest score (b) Draw a graph or chart to compare the highest score with the lowest score for each of the five friends. (3) Use the graph paper on the opposite page. The friends want to know who is the most consistent in these games. (c) Who is the most consistent? Give a reason for your answer. (2) Write your answer in the box below. (Total for Question 3 is 9 marks) 6 *P52532A0620*
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8 SECTION B: Hot air ballooning Answer all questions in this section. Write your answers in the spaces provided. 4 Karen and her sister want to go on a hot air balloon flight from Bakewell. They find these offers for balloon flights on a website. Offer A Offer B 197 per person 460 for two people Special Offer 1 4 off Special Offer 45% off They want to spend as little money as possible on their balloon flight. (a) Which offer should they choose? Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. (5) 8 *P52532A0820*
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10 Jabed is going to follow the hot air balloon. He knows the hot air balloon can land up to 30 km away from Bakewell. Scale 1 : Jabed wants to show, on the map, where the hot air balloon can land. (b) Use the scale and show accurately on the map where the hot air balloon can land. (4) 10 *P52532A01020*
11 Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. (Total for Question 4 is 9 marks) *P52532A01120* 11 Turn over
12 5 The highest point near Bakewell is the top of Kinder Scout at 636 metres. The hot air balloon flies over Kinder Scout at a height of 4000 feet. Use 1 metre = 3.3 feet (a) How much higher is the hot air balloon than the top of Kinder Scout? Show a check of your working. (4) Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. Use the box below to show your check. 12 *P52532A01220*
13 On the day of the flight the hot air balloon lands 25 km from Bakewell. The flight lasts for 1 hour 24 minutes. Karen thinks the hot air balloon travelled at an average speed of 20 km/h. (b) Is Karen correct? Show why you think this. (3) Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. (Total for Question 5 is 7 marks) *P52532A01320* 13 Turn over
14 SECTION C: Garden pond 6 Carlos wants to build a pond in his garden. He digs a hole for the pond Answer all questions in this section. Write your answers in the spaces provided. 4.2 m long 2.4 m wide 75 cm deep. 4.2 m Carlos wants to buy a liner for the pond. He finds this formula to work out the dimensions of the liner he needs. L = 2d + p W = 2d + t L = length of liner (m) W = width of liner (m) d = depth of pond (m) p = length of pond (m) t = width of pond (m) Carlos sees three different pond liners in a garden centre. Liner A B C Dimensions 5.5 m by 4 m 5 m by 5 m 6.5 m by 4.5 m 2.4 m (a) Which liner should Carlos buy? Show why you think this. (3) 14 *P52532A01420*
15 Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. *P52532A01520* 15 Turn over
16 Carlos needs to buy equipment for his garden pond. Pond equipment Pond liner Water pump Water filter Cables He needs to buy 2 cables and 1 of each of the other items. Carlos uses a voucher for 1 off the cost of the pond liner. 5 (b) How much will Carlos pay in total? Show a check of your working. (4) Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. Use the box below to show your check. 16 *P52532A01620*
17 Carlos lines the pond and needs to fill it with water. He works out the pond will hold 5900 litres of water. Carlos knows the rate of flow of water from his garden hose is 10 gallons per minute 1 gallon is 4.5 litres. He thinks it will take about 2 hours to put 5900 litres of water into the pond. (c) Is Carlos correct? Show why you think this. (4) Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. (Total for Question 6 is 11 marks) *P52532A01720* 17 Turn over
18 7 Carlos is going to buy some fish for his pond. He finds this formula. Maximum total length of all fish in pond (cm) = 25pLW 4 where p = 3.14 L = length of pond (m) W = width of pond (m) The pond has length 4.2 m and width 2.4 m. The garden centre has these fish for sale. Carlos wants Type of fish Length (cm) Koi 15 Goldfish 6 Shubunkin 12 at least 2 different types of fish at least 4 of each type of fish he buys more than 12 fish in total. Choose some fish for Carlos. Use the box below to show clearly how you get your answer. (5) 18 *P52532A01820*
19 (Total for Question 7 is 5 marks) TOTAL FOR PAPER IS 48 MARKS *P52532A01920* 19
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