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  • Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File 141

    G2 2D Shape Worksheet 13.1

    Go to textbook page 00, question 5.

    2 Measure each line:

    (a) (b) (c)

    length mm length mm length mm

    (d) (e) (f)

    length mm length cm length cm

    (g) (h)

    length mm length

    (i) (j)

    length length

    3 Measure the length and breadth of this page in centimetres.

    Length Breadth

    4 Measure the length of each side of the shapes:

    cm

    cm

    cm

    5 cm(b)

    cmcm

    3 cm(a)

    cm

    cmcm

    cm

    (d)

    cm

    cm

    cm

    cm

    (c)

  • 142 Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File

    G2 2D Shape Worksheet 13.2

    2 Measure the lengths of each side of the triangle.Name the type of triangle.

    Go to textbook page 00, question 3.

    cm

    cmcm

    (b)

    cmcm

    3 cm(a)

    cm

    cm

    cm

    (d)

    cm

    cm

    cm

    (c)

    cm

    cmcm

    (f )

    cm

    cm

    cm

    (e)

    cm

    cmcm

    (h)

    cm

    cm

    cm

    (g)

    Type Type

    Type Type

    Type Type

    Type Type

    Right-angled isosceles

  • Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File 143

    G2 2D Shape Worksheet 13.3

    You need a red, a green and a blue pencil.

    1 On each diagram: colour the angles using the colours in the table draw the named diagonal.

    2 On each diagram: Colour angle ABC red, and angle EDC blue. Colour the side AE green Draw the named diagonal.

    P

    Q

    R

    S

    red

    blue

    (a) diagonal PR

    P Q

    RS

    (b) diagonal QS

    QR

    S

    P

    (c) diagonal RP

    RS

    PQ

    (d) diagonal SQ

    SP

    Q

    R

    (e) diagonal PRQ R

    SP

    (f) diagonal QS

    A

    E

    D

    C

    B

    (a) diagonal DB

    A

    DE

    C

    B

    (b) diagonal AD

    E

    BA

    C

    D

    (c) diagonal DB

    AF

    BE

    CD

    (d) diagonal AD

    Go to textbook page 00, question 3.

    PQR redSRQ blue

  • 144 Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File

    G2 2D Shape Worksheet 13.4

    You need yellow, red, blue and green pencils.

    4 In order, colour (i) the hexagons yellow(ii) the pentagons blue(iii) the rectangles red(iv) the triangles green.

  • Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File 145

    G2 2D Shape Worksheet 13.5

    1 Label each line in the circle with circumference, radius or diameter.

    2 (a) For each circle, measure the radius and diameter in millimetres, and enter theresults in the table.

    (b) Look at your table of results.Complete the sentence:

    The diameter is the length of the radius.

    (a) (b) (c)

    A

    B

    DC

    E

    F

    Go to textbook page 00, question 3.

    Circle Radius Diameter

    A 2.1 cm 4.2 cm

    B

    C

    D

    E

    F

  • 146 Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File

    G2 2D Shape Worksheet 13.6

    You need compasses and coloured pencils.

    4 Set your compasses to 7 cm.Place the point at the start position and draw an arc through the circle.Move the point to where your arc meets the circle.Draw another arc through the circle.Continue until you are back to the start.Colour your pattern.

    Start

    START

  • Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File 147

    G2 Information handling 2 Worksheet 14.1

    1 Complete the frequency table for each set of data. Score out as you tally.(a) Colour of cars passing the school gate.

    red blue silver black red blue brown green black silverwhite red blue green silver white green red blue greenred blue green silver white green red red blue greensilver white green red white green red blue green red

    The mode or most frequent colour is

    (b) Birds spotted in a forest.sparrow blackbird chaffinch wren crow sparrowblackbird magpie wren crow sparrow blackbirdchaffinch wren crow sparrow blackbird blackbirdmagpie crow sparrow blackbird chaffinch wrencrow sparrow blackbird sparrow magpie crowsparrow blackbird magpie blackbird crow sparrowblackbird chaffinch wren crow blackbird sparrow

    The mode or most frequent bird is

    Colour Tally Frequency

    red

    blue

    brown

    green

    black

    silver

    white

    Bird Tally Frequency

    blackbird

    crow

    chaffinch

    sparrow

    magpie

    wren

    Go to worksheet 14.2

  • 148 Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File

    G2 Information handling 2 Worksheet 14.2

    2 (a)

    (b)

    (c)

    (d)

    Go to textbook page 00, question 3.

    Hair colour Tally Frequency

    Black

    Blonde

    Brown

    Red

    Eye colour Tally Frequency

    Hazel

    Brown

    Green

    Blue

    Goals scored Tally Frequency

    0

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    Shoe size Tally Frequency

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    Mode

    Mode

    Mode

    Mode

  • Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File 149

    G2 Information handling 2 Worksheet 14.3

    1 Use the information in each frequency table to complete the bar graph.

    (a)

    (b)

    (c)

    (d)

    Hair colour Frequency

    Black 4

    Blonde 6

    Brown 12

    Red 4

    Goals scored Frequency

    0 6

    1 5

    2 5

    3 4

    4 2

    5 1

    Shoe size Frequency

    3 6

    4 12

    5 15

    6 16

    7 9

    Hair colour

    Black

    Fre

    quen

    cy

    Colour

    1

    Blonde Brown Red

    23456789

    10111213

    Goals scored

    0

    Fre

    quen

    cy

    Goals

    1

    1 2 3 4 5

    23456

    Eye colour Frequency

    Hazel 1

    Brown 12

    Green 4

    Blue 10

    Eye colour

    Hazel

    Fre

    quen

    cy

    Colour

    2

    Brown Green Blue

    468

    1012

    Shoe size

    3

    Fre

    quen

    cy

    Size4 5 6 7

    10

    20

    Go to textbook page 00, question 2.

  • 150 Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File

    G2 Information handling 2 Worksheet 14.4

    4 Use the frequency tables to collect information from your class.

    (a)

    (b)

    (c)

    (d)

    5 Use the frequency tables above to draw a bar graph for each set of data in yourjotter.

    Hair colour Tally Frequency

    Black

    Blonde

    Brown

    Red

    Eye colour Tally Frequency

    Grey

    Brown

    Green

    Blue

    Favourite drink Tally Frequency

    Orange

    Cola

    Lemonade

    Iron brew

    Water

    Other

    Shoe size Tally Frequency

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

  • Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File 151

    G2 Information handling 2 Worksheet 14.5

    1 Use the bar graphs to complete each frequency table.

    (a)

    (b)

    (c)

    (d)

    Favourite pet

    Dog

    Fre

    quen

    cy

    Pet

    1

    Cat Fish Hamster Guineapig

    23456789

    10

    Favourite food

    Curry

    Fre

    quen

    cy

    FoodPie Rice Chips Chicken

    2

    4

    6

    8

    Favourite TV channel

    BBC 1

    Fre

    quen

    cy

    ChannelBBC 2 ITV Ch 4 Ch 5

    5

    10

    15

    20

    Favourite sport

    Football

    Fre

    quen

    cy

    SportRugby Tennis Hockey Athletics

    10

    20

    30

    40

    Favourite pet Frequency

    Dog

    Cat

    Fish

    Hamster

    Guinea pig

    Favourite food Frequency

    Curry

    Pie

    Rice

    Chips

    Chicken

    Sport Frequency

    Football

    Rugby

    Tennis

    Hockey

    Athletics

    Favourite channel Frequency

    BBC 1

    BBC 2

    ITV

    CHANNEL 4

    CHANNEL 5

    Go to textbook page 00, question 2.

  • 152 Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File

    G2 3D Shape Worksheet 15.1

    To build the skeleton models shown below you need straws, pipe cleaners, scissorsand a ruler.

    For each 3D shape list the number of edges of each length write how many vertices there are build a skeleton model if you have the materials.

    1

    7 cm5 cm

    4 cm2

    5 cm

    4 cm

    9 cm

    Number of edges Length

    4 7 cm

    5 cm

    Number of edges Length

    3

    5 cm

    5 cm

    8 cm

    4

    6 cm6 cm

    6 cm

    Number of edges Length Number of edges Length

    58 cm

    4 cm4 cm

    65 cm

    9 cm5 cm

    5 cm

    Number of edges Length Number of edges Length

    Number of vertices Number of vertices

    Number of vertices Number of vertices

    Number of vertices Number of vertices

  • Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File 153

    G2 3D Shape Worksheet 15.2

    To build the models you need scissors, a ruler and sticky tape.

    Cut out each net and fold it into a solid shape.

    1

    2

    Go to worksheet 15.3

  • 154 Heinemann Education 2005, Scottish Secondary Mathematics, S2 Teachers Resource File

    G2 3D Shape Worksheet 15.3

    Complete each net. Cut out each net and fold it into a solid shape.

    3

    4

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