Q1. At a petrol station there is a scale for converting litres and gallons. Approximately how many litres are there in 3 gallons? Give your answer to the nearest litre. litres 1 mark Approximately how many gallons are there in 7 litres? Give your answer to 1 decimal place. gallons 1 mark Q2. All the water in these two containers is to be poured into the empty container below. Page 1 of 14 Draw where the water level will be in the container. 1 mark Q3. Mina has two cartons of juice. Each carton contains 220ml. She empties them both into this jug. Page 2 of 14 Draw an arrow (→) to show the level of the mixture in the jug. 1 mark Q4. Circle one amount each time to make these sentences correct. One has been done for you. The distance from London to Manchester is about Page 3 of 14 A tea cup is likely to hold about A hen’s egg is likely to weigh about 1 mark Page 4 of 14 Q5. Sophie poured some water out of a litre jug. Look how much is left in the jug. Estimate how many millilitres of water are left. ml 1 mark Q6. David puts this amount of water in a container. Page 5 of 14 Then he pours 50 millilitres of the water out. How much water is left in the container? ml 1 mark Q7. Katie’s glass holds a quarter of a litre when it is full. She nearly fills it to the top with juice. Tick ( ) the approximate amount of juice she puts in the glass. 4 millilitres 20 millilitres 120 millilitres 220 millilitres 420 millilitres 1 mark Page 6 of 14 Q8. A bottle holds 1 litre of lemonade. Rachel fills 5 glasses with lemonade. She puts 150 millilitres in each glass. How much lemonade is left in the bottle? 2 marks Page 7 of 14 Q9. Mr Khan makes a blackcurrant drink for a party. He pours blackcurrant squash into a jug. How much water must he add to make 500 millilitres of drink? ml 1 mark Page 8 of 14 Q10. Hassan has a jug with some water in it. He adds another 140 millilitres of water. Draw a line to show the new level of water. 1 mark Q11. How much water has Lara poured out? ml 1 mark Page 9 of 14 Then she pours out another 150ml of water. Draw an arrow (→) to show the new level of the water. 1 mark Q12. Megan wants to fill a bucket with water. A bucket holds 6 litres. A jug holds 500 millilitres. How many jugs of water does Megan need to fill an empty bucket? 2 marks Page 10 of 14 M1. (a) 13 OR 14 1 (b) 1.5 OR 1.6 Do not accept 1½ 1 [2] M2. [1] M3. Arrow drawn between the marks for 425ml and 450ml exclusive. [1] M4. Amounts circled as shown: Both amounts must be correct for the award of the mark. Accept alternative unambiguous indications such as underlining or ticking. [1] Page 11 of 14 M5. Answer in the range 800 to 950 inclusive. Accept estimates in the range 0.80l to 0.95l. [1] M6. 125 [1] M7. Box ticked as shown: 4 millilitres 20 millilitres 120 millilitres 220 millilitres 420 millilitres Accept any other clear way of indicating the approximate amount, such as a cross. [1] M8. Award TWO marks for the correct answer of 250 If the answer is incorrect, award ONE mark for evidence of appropriate working, eg • 150 × 5 = 750 • 1000 – 750 = wrong answer Calculation must be performed for the award of ONE mark. Up to 2 [2] M9. 360 [1] Page 12 of 14 M10. Level of water indicated as shown: Accept answers in the range 215ml to 225ml inclusive. Accept: alternative unambiguous indications of the correct level, provided the intention is clear, eg container shaded. [1] M11. (a) 350 1 (b) Arrow drawn to 400 as shown: Arrow should be closer to 400 than to 350 or 450 for the award of the mark. Accept alternative unambiguous indications of the correct level, provided the intention is clear, eg container shaded. 1 [2] M12. Award TWO marks for the correct answer of 12 If the answer is incorrect, award ONE mark for evidence of an appropriate method, eg 6 litres = 6000 ml 6000 ml ÷ 500 ml Answer need not be obtained for the award of ONE mark. Up to 2 [2] Page 13 of 14 Page 14 of 14

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