PISA 2012
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Question 1 of 6
1. Question
1 pointsIn January, the new CDs of the bands 4U2Rock and The Kicking Kangaroos were released. In February, the CDs of the bands No One’s Darling and The Metalfolkies followed. The following graph shows the sales of the bands’ CDs from January to June.
In which month did the band No One’s Darling sell more CDs than the band The Kicking Kangaroos for the first time?
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Question 2 of 6
2. Question
2 pointsHelen has just got a new bike. It has a speedometer which sits on the handlebar.
The speedometer can tell Helen the distance she travels and her average speed for a trip.On one trip, Helen rode 4 km in the first 10 minutes and then 2 km in the next 5 minutes.
Which one of the following statements is correct?
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Question 3 of 6
3. Question
3 pointsChris has just received her car driving license and wants to buy her first car.
This table below shows the details of four cars she finds at a local car dealer.Which car’s engine capacity is the smallest?
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Question 4 of 6
4. Question
4 pointsA revolving door includes three wings which rotate within a circularshaped space. The inside diameter of this space is 2 meters (200 centimeters). The three door wings divide the space into three equal sectors. The plan below shows the door wings in three different positions viewed from the top. The door makes 4 complete rotations in a minute. There is room for a maximum of two people in each of the three door sectors.
What is the maximum number of people that can enter the building through the door in 30 minutes?
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Question 5 of 6
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5 pointsMount Fuji is a famous dormant volcano in Japan. The Gotemba walking trail up Mount Fuji is about 9 kilometres (km) long. Walkers need to return from the 18 km walk by 8 pm. Toshi estimates that he can walk up the mountain at 1.5 kilometres per hour on average, and down at twice that speed. These speeds take into account meal breaks and rest times.
Using Toshi’s estimated speeds, what is the latest time he can begin his walk so that he can return by 8 pm?
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Question 6 of 6
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6 pointsHelen has just got a new bike. It has a speedometer which sits on the handlebar. The speedometer can tell Helen the distance she travels and her average speed for a trip. Helen rode her bike from home to the river, which is 4 km away. It took her 9 minutes. She rode home using a shorter route of 3 km. This only took her 6 minutes.
What was Helen’s average speed, in km/h, for the trip to the river and back?
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