(S1-01) 2017 June Holiday Engagement - The CHALLENGE
With reference to the handout, "2017 S1 Maths June Holiday Challenge", enter answers to selected questions

Source: Take the Test: Sample Questions from OECD’S PISA ASSESSMENTS - ISBN 978-92-64-05080-8 - © OECD 2009

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Question 2.1: What is Heiko's pace-length in metres?
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Question 2.2(a): What is Bernard's walking speed in metres per minute?
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Question 2.2(b): What is Bernard's walking speed in kilometres per hour?
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Question 3.2: Value of n is
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Question 3.3: Explain how you found your answer.
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Question 11.1: Time in Berlin is
Follow this format: 7:00 PM (Take note of the colon, space, and indicate AM or PM)
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Question 11.2(a): Local Time in Sydney
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Question 11.2(b): Local Time in Berlin
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Question 12.1: How much money in South African rand did Mei-Ling get?
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Question 12.2: How much money in Singapore dollars did Mei-Ling get?
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Question 12.3: Explanation to support your answer.
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Question 24.1(a): Which newspaper's result is likely to be the best for predicting the level of support?
Question 24.1(b): Give TWO reasons to support your answer
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Question 25.1: Total score for "Ca"
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Question 25.2: Write down the rule (i.e. the equation).
Total score = ..... x S + ..... x F + ..... x E + ..... x T
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Question 27.1: Diameter of the lichen in millimetres
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Question 27.2: How many years ago did the ice disappear at this spot?
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Question 28.1: What would be the diameters of the coins in your set?
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Question 33.1(a): Amount of penicillin (in mg) at 0900
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Question 33.1(b): Amount of penicillin (in mg) at 1000
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Question 33.1(c): Amount of penicillin (in mg) at 1100
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Question 33.2: How much drug remains active at the end of the first day?
Question 33.3: At the end of the day, which of the following is the approximate percentage of the previous day's drug that remains active?
Question 35.1(a): GOLD medallist's lane number
Question 35.1(b): SILVER medallist's lane number
Question 35.1(c): BRONZE medallist's lane number
Question 35.2: Give an explanation to support your answer.
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Question 40.1(a): Statement - A person living in teh largest apartment will pay more money for each square metre of his apartment than the person living in the smallest apartment.
Question 40.1(b): Statement - If we know the areas of two apartments and the price of one of them, we can calculate the price of the second.
Question 40.1(c): Statement - If we know the price of the building and how much each owner will pay, then the total area of all apartments can be calculated.
Question 40.1(d): Statement - If the total price of the building were reduced by 10%, each of the owners would pay 10% less.
Question 40.2: How much should the owner of apartment 2 pay (in zeds)?
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Question 43.1: Which of the following could be the period of the pattern of this lighthouse?
Question 43.2: For how many seconds does the lighthouse send out light flashes in 1 minute?
Question 44.1: Show the calculation to demonstrate how the 11% is obtained.
Note the presentation. You should not have more than one "=" in a single line.
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Question 44.2(a): Do you agree with Mandy when she says this is not possible?
Question 44.2(b): Give an explanation to support your answer.
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Question 44.3(a): Give the 1st possible answer to the question and explain how you can obtain this answer.
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Question 44.3(b): Give the 2nd possible answer to the question and explain how you can obtain this answer.
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Question 46.1: From which age onwards does the recommended maximum heart rate increase as a result of the introduction of the new formula?
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Question 46.2: What is the formula for calculating the heart rate for most effective physical training, expressed in terms of age?
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