# Exam-Style Questions.

## Problems adapted from questions set for previous Mathematics exams.

### 1.

GCSE Higher

The red line in the diagram below shows an inequality. If the variable is $$x$$, which inequality best describes $$x$$?

(a) $$-9 \le x \le 4$$

(b) $$-9 \lt x \le 4$$

(c) $$-9 \le x \lt 4$$

(d) $$-9 \lt x \lt 4$$

(e) $$-4 \le x \le 9$$

### 2.

GCSE Higher

(a) Solve 9m < 15m − 12

(b) On the number line below, show the set of values of $$x$$ for which $$-4 \le x-1 \lt 5$$

### 3.

GCSE Higher

Solve the following inequalities then explain how the whole number solutions to A and B different.

$$A: 5 \le 5x \lt 30$$ $$B: 5 \lt 5x \le 30$$

### 4.

GCSE Higher

John times how long it takes him to run around Hazelnut Park each Friday afternoon. The last three weeks his times, rounded to the nearest minute are $$p, q \; \text{and} \; r$$.

He notices that $$q$$ is 5% more than $$p$$ and $$r$$ is 5% less than $$q$$.

Indicate which of the following statements are true:

(a) $$r \lt p$$ and $$r \lt q$$

(b) $$r \gt p$$ and $$r \gt q$$

(c) $$r = p$$ and $$r \lt q$$

(d) $$p \gt q$$ and $$p = r$$

(e) $$p =q$$ and $$p \gt r$$

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