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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 \(x\)?

Number Line

(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

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

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

3.

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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