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MATHS QUIZ



1. Start with the first number, then add 6 to each. Select the correct answer.
2. Work your way back along this number line, subtracting 3 each time. Select the correct answer.

3. Complete these multiplications.
4. Write 48 092 in words. Select the correct answer
5. Select the correct answer. ⅓ +⅙ =
6. Fill in the missing numbers in this series.


4825, 4935, ____________, ____________, ____________

7. Select the correct answer. Which shape is ¾ shaded?
8. What will it cost me for 2kg sausages and ½ kg bacon?

9. What is ⅖ ÷ ¾ =
10. Which one is the largest number shown on the abacuses.

11. Which of the numbers would round off to ten thousand (to the nearest thousand). 9387, 10 464, 10 509, 9072
12. What are the two ways we can write, 1525 hours?
13. Which of the following objects would you measure in tonnes.
14. Find the area of the shapes below. Select the correct answer.
15. How many cubic centimetres of water will be need to fill Mum’s cake tray?
16. When I placed a thermometer in the fridge it read 3°C. In the freezer compartment it read -8°C. What is the difference in temperature?
17. Circle the true net of a closed cube.
18. By inspection, which angle is 87°?
19. Which figure shoes the lines of symmetry in a square?
20. I’m travelling north. If I rotate 135° clockwise, I’ll be travelling:
Statistics and Probability
21. I have 2 coins. If they are tossed, what are all the possible outcomes?
22. What is the co-ordinate of the tick?
ENGLISH QUIZ
Read the text below and answer the questions on the following page.

AUSTRALIA

Soil salinity Soil salinity refers to the amount of salt in the soil. If soil has too much salt it will kill any plants already growing and will not allow new plants to grow. The total area of saline soil in Australia is 3.4 per cent. Scientists estimate that a high percentage of that soil is the result of poor land management. There are two main causes of soil salinity: irrigation and dryland. In irrigation farming, the water taken from the rivers to irrigate (water) crops usually contains salt. During irrigation, if there is more water than the crops can use, the extra water passes into the soil, picking up salt. Eventually, this water returns to the river through drainage. Over a period of time, the salt from the water builds up in the irrigation area and mixes with the salt already in the soil. Eventually, the soil becomes too salty for plant growth. This cycle of irrigation increases the amount of salt in the river. If the water is then reused for irrigation further downstream, the salinity increases to serious levels. This has happened in the Murrumbidgee irrigation area of New South Wales. A cycle has developed where the salinity of the soils and the waters of the Murray and Murrumbidgee rivers continues to increase. The second type of salinity occurs in dryland or non-irrigated areas. It happens when trees and other vegetation are removed from hilltops, which results in more water soaking into the ground. This water collects under the ground in what is called a watertable. As the intake of water increases, the watertable further down the slope rises. As the watertable rises closer to the topsoil, the groundwater dissolves salts in the soil and forms saltpans in the valleys. Although this type of salinity occurs in patches, it is becoming more of a problem, particularly in the wheat-belt of Western Australia. From Technology for the Environment by Mike Callaghan & Peter Knapp

READING AND COMPREHENSION



1. Which fact about salinity is not true?
2. Which substance is the cause of salinity?
3. Saltpans result when
4. Over-irrigating crops increases the chance of raising salinity. True or false?
5. Though not stated, what inference can be taken from paragraph 2?
6. Scienitists are studying the salinity problem.
7. The Murrumbidgeeirigation area in NSW has a salinity problem.
8. The topsoil becomes contaminated.
9. Salinity affects 3.4% of Australia.
10. Select the correct word in brackets.This soil has (to, two, too) much salt in it.
11. Select the correct word in brackets.(Their, There) is a problem to be solved.
12. Select the correct word in brackets.The salt will (rise, raise, rinse, run) to the surface.
GRAMMAR AND PUNCTUATION

13. Which of these words can’t be used as nouns in sentences?
Salinity, irrigation, serious, rises, saltpans
14. Select the correct answer that punctuate and capitalize this text.
the local mayor mr j stephens said that the salinity problem will not go away while farmers in new south wales continued to irrigate crops

English Curriculum

Term 1: Persuasive & Narrative writing
Term 2: Recount & Description writing
Term 3: Biography & Explanation writing
Term 4: Poetry & Compare & contrast writing

Maths Curriculum

Term 1: Numbers & Fractions
Term 2: Financial Maths & Patterns
Term 3: Measurement, time & shapes, locations & Transformation
Term 4: Geometry, Chance & Data

English Curriculum

Term 1: Persuasive and Narrative Writing
Term 2: Recount and Description Writing
Term 3: Report and Review Writing
Term 4: Explanation and Procedure Writing

Maths Curriculum

Term 1: Numbers & Fractions
Term 2: Financial Maths & Patterns
Term 3: Measurements, Time & Shapes,
Locations, & Transformation
Term 4: Geometry, Chance and Data

English Curriculum

Term 1: Persuasive and Narrative Writing
Term 2: Recount and Description Writing
Term 3: Report and Review Writing
Term 4: Explanation and Procedure Writing

Maths Curriculum

Term 1: Numbers & Fractions
Term 2: Financial Maths & Patterns
Term 3: Measurements, Time & Shapes,
Locations, & Transformation
Term 4: Geometry, Chance and Data

English Curriculum

Term 1: Sentence & Verb Structure
Term 2: Constructing & Ideas for Sentences
Term 3: Imaginative & Persuasive Texts
Term 4: Information Texts

Maths Curriculum

Term 1: Numbers & Fractions
Term 2: Financial Maths & Patterns
Term 3: Measurements, Time & Shapes,
Locations, & Transformation
Term 4: Geometry, Chance and Data

English Curriculum

Term 1: Persuasive and Narrative Writing
Term 2: Recount and Description Writing
Term 3: Report, Discussion and Procedure Writing
Term 4: Explanation and Procedure Writing

Maths Curriculum

Term 1: Numbers & Fractions
Term 2: Financial Maths & Patterns
Term 3: Measurements, Time & Shapes, Locations, & Transformation
Term 4: Geometry, Rates & Ratios, Chance and Data

English Curriculum

Term 1: Sentence & Verb Structure
Term 2: Constructing & Ideas for Sentences
Term 3: Imaginative & Persuasive Texts
Term 4: Information Texts

Maths Curriculum

Term 1: Number Operations
Term 2: Fractions anad Patterns
Term 3: Money and Measurement
Term 4: Time and Data

English Curriculum

Term 1: Persuasive and Narrative Writing
Term 2: Recount and Description Writing
Term 3: Biography and Explanation Writing
Term 4: Poetry and Comparative Writing

Maths Curriculum

Term 1: Numbers & Fractions
Term 2: Financial Maths & Patterns
Term 3: Measurements, Time & Shapes,
Locations, & Transformation
Term 4: Geometry, Chance and Data

English Curriculum

1. Poetry
2. Multimedia Texts
3. Film Technique
4. Drama – Shakespeare
5. Cartoons, Language Conventions,
6. Extended Response Writing: Speech Writing, Discussion Writing, Explanation Writing, Report Writing, Essay Writing & more!

Maths Curriculum

1. Measurement
2. Indices & Surds
3. Probability
4. Statistics
5. Linear Relationships
6. Financial Maths
7. Geometry
8. Quadratics and Parabolas
9. Non-Linear Functions
10. Logs & Polynomia

English Curriculum

1. Texts and human experiences
2. Mastering Essay Writing
3. Mastering Creative Writing
4. Maximise short answer responses
5. Working on individual student’s responses

Maths Curriculum

1. Collecting and presenting data
2. Formulas and equations
3. Earning money and taxation
4. Probability
5. Measurement
6. Managing a home
7. Linear Functions
8. Interest and depreciation
9. Owning a car
10. Analysing data
11. World locations and times
12. Driving Safety

1. Algebraic Techniques
2. Equations and inequalities
3. Functions
4. Trigonometry
5. Calculus
6. Probability
7. Exponential and logarithmic functions
8. Discrete probability and distribution

1. Functions
2. Trigonometric functions
3. Calculus
4. Combinations

English Curriculum

1. Financial Maths
2. Inequalities
3. Trigonometry
4. Linear Relationships
5. Measurements
6. Indices & Surds
7. Geometry
8. Quadratics

Maths Curriculum

1. Integers
2. Angles
3. Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
4. Probability
5. Indices and Time
6. Algebra
7. Equations
8. Length, Area & Volume

English Curriculum

1. Poetry
2. Multimedia Texts
3. Film Technique
4. Drama – Shakespeare
5. Cartoons, Language Conventions,
6. Extended Response Writing: Speech Writing, Discussion Writing, Explanation Writing, Report Writing, Essay Writing & more!

Maths Curriculum

1. Algebra and Indices
2. Equations
3. Measurements & Pythagoras Theorem
4. Financial Maths
5. Ratios & Rates
6. Angles, Geometry
7. Linear Relationships
8. Congruency & Data

English Curriculum

1. Poetry
2. Multimedia Texts
3. Film Technique
4. Drama – Shakespeare
5. Cartoons, Language, Conventions,
6. Extended Response Writing: Speech Writing, Discussion Writing, Explanation Writing, Report Writing, Essay Writing & more!

Maths Curriculum

1. Integers
2. Angles
3. Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
4. Probability
5. Indices and Time
6. Algebra
7. Equations
8. Length, Area & Volume

English Curriculum

1. Mastering Essay Writing
2. Mastering Creative Writing
3. Maximise short answer responses
4. Discover different text types responses
5. Working on individual student’s responses

Maths Curriculum

1. Types of relationships
2. Non-right angled trigonometry
3. Rates and Ratios
4. Investments and Loans
5. Annuities
6. Bivariate Data Analysis
7. The Normal Distribution
8. Network Concepts
9. Critical Path Analysis

1. Sequences and Series
2. Transformation of Functions
3. Trigonometric Functions
4. Further Differentiation
5. Geometrical Applications of Differentiation
6. Integration
7. Statistics
8. Correlation and Regression
9. Investments, annuities and loans
10. Continuous Probability Distributions

1. Vectors
2. Trigonometric Functions
3. Further Differentiation
4. Further Integration
5. Further Vectors
6. Differential Equations
7. Binomial Distribution