# Edexcel Maths Foundation Unofficial markschemeWatch

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1) question about types of vegetables
a) February (1 mark)
b) onions (1 mark)
c) lettuces (1 mark)

2) a) 1/2 = 0.5 (1 mark)
b) 0.3 = 3/10 (1 mark)
c)0.8 as a % = 80% (1 mark)
d) 7.2 x 8 = 57.6 (1 mark)
e) 7/12 - 3/12 = 4/12 = 1/3 (2 marks)

3) 6 shapes on a grid, 2 shapes were congruent
a) A and D (1 mark)
b) 1 shape was similar B (1 mark)

4) Table showing figures for people visiting castles. Had to add them up and see which was the highest showing all working out
a)2009 781 2010 773 so greater in 2009 (3 marks)

b)David wanted to visit a castle, part of a bus timetable shown
i) time a bus got to Dunster 09 36 (1 mark)
ii) Number of minutes it took for a bus journey 54 minutes (2 marks)
c) latest time someone else could catch a bus 09 21 (1 mark)

5) 6 counters in a bag, 3 red, 2 green, 1 blue
a) circle a work that describes likelihood of a blue unlikely (1 mark)
b) cross on a probability line probability that Nick took a red counter - cross in the middle for 1/2 (1 mark)
c) cross on another line that Nick takes a white counter - cross on 0 for impossible (1 mark)

6) meals cost £21 on a Saturday. Special off Monday to Friday 2 meals for £32. How much less will 6 meals cost on a Wednesday than a Saturday ?
a) Saturday meal would cost £126 in the week it would cost £96 so the saving is £30 (3 marks)

b) Main course : chicken, lamb. Dessert fruit, éclair, trifle - list all the combinations
(C,F) (C,E) (C,T) (L,F) (L,E) (L,T) (2 marks)

a) parallelogram (1 mark)
then sketch a cuboid (1 mark)

8) solve x - 3 = 12
a) x =15 (1 mark)
b) solve 5y = 30
y=6 (1 mark)
c) solve 2w + 7 = 13
w=3 (2 marks)

9) 2 shapes drawn on cm^2 grid paper, needed count the squares then compare the area
Shape A was 1cm^2 greater (3 marks)

10) list of numbers 4 6 8 11 15 33 44
a) factor of 42 was 6 (1 mark)
b) multiple of 22 is 44 (1 mark)
c) 33 / 11 x 4 = 12 or 8/4 X 6 = 12 (1 mark)
There's probably others :-)

11) Amber earns £7 each hour Monday to Friday, £10 on a Saturday. Works 4 hours on Saturday, earns total of £180 so how many hours did she work that week ?
a) Saturday she earned £40, so she earned £140 in the week. £7 per hour so worked 20 hours (3 marks)

b) Chris works 7 hours each day Monday to Friday. Earns e pounds for each hour he works. Write an expression for the total amount in pounds that he earns giving the expression in the simplest form
5 x 7e = 35e (2 marks)

12) Jodie buys 12 cans @ 330ml Rob buys 4 bottles @ 1 litre. What is the difference ?
Jodie buys 12 x 330 ml = 3960 ml, Rob buy 4 litres ... difference is 40ml (3 marks)

13) Coffee tin 150g cost £4. Tea bags 160 bags, costs £4.50
Adam uses 3g per cup of coffee - needs make 300 cups
Adam uses 1 tea bag per cup of tea - needs make 500 cups of tea

£4 makes 50 cups of coffee so needs 6 jars
Needs 4 boxes of tea bags

Coffee costs £24, tea costs £18 so spends £42 (5 marks)

b) Adam has 30 x 6 cakes delivered which is 180 ... 12 not sold so sold 168 (3 marks)

14) Conversion graph
4.5 degrees C (1 mark)

15) Design a suitable data collection sheet to find out type of fruit people like
so need to draw tally chart showing types of fruit, tally then frequency (3 marks)

16) food 15%, transport 12%, other 43%
a) so 30% on rent (1 mark)
total spend was £800 so how much spent on food 15% if £800
b) spent £120 on food (2 marks)

17) was a straight line graph (4 marks)

18) pie chart showing 45 degrees, 105 degrees, and a right angle
what fraction was the missing piece ?
a) the missing piece of the pie chart was 120 degrees so that's 1/3 (2 marks)
b) if 90 degrees is equal to 4500 then there was 18000 votes (2 marks)

19) prism with hexagon at each end
a) how many vertices 12
how many faces 8 (2 marks)
then a sketch of the net (2 marks)

b) another prism, area of cross section given as 30cm^2, length is 25cm
Volume is 25 x 30 = 750 cm^3 (3 marks)

20) a) simplify p^2 x p^5 = p^7 (1 mark)
b) expand and simplify 3(m+4) - 2(m+1) = 3m +4 - 8m -2 = 10-5m or -5m +10 (2 marks)

c) factorise n^2 - 7n = n(n-7) (1 mark)

21) spinner 8 segments A, B, B, C, C, C, C, C
Beth spins 400 times, work out an estimate for number of times will get a C
a) 5/8 x 400 = 250
Spins a different one 80 times, gives outcome and frequency
J 39
K 25
L 16
Work out estimate for number of times Dan will spin an L 16/80 x 300 = 60 (3 marks)

22) reflect a shape in the line x= -1 then rotate a shape about point (0,1) anticlockwise
see the thread for the higher paper, it's Q 2 (4 marks)

23) questionnaire about buying crisps. a) two things wrong with the question : no timescale, ambiguous answer boxes (needs be more specfic) (2 marks) , then you need to write a better (2 marks) This question is in higher thread Q3

24) There's a floor plan of a room.
Area is worked out to be 50m^2. Needs 1 litre per 5m^2 of floor so needs 10 litres of varnish. She has 3 x 2.5 litre tins so no she hasn't got enough. (only has 7.5 litres) (5 marks)

Hope this helps
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3 years ago
#2
Thank you so much for posting this! It's made me a little bit more confident about my performance

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3 years ago
#3
Foundation is so easy :O.
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3 years ago
#4
The first one was February. Not January
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#5
(Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
The first one was February. Not January
Thank you. Tired eyes.
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3 years ago
#6
Can you post the marks also?
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#7
(Original post by ElishaChloexo)
Can you post the marks also?
Not tonight. Sorry. Is there something in particular you wanted to know ?
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3 years ago
#8
Tyvm for taking a few minutes of your own time to make this. I and the rest of the foundation candidates appreciate this
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#9
(Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
Tyvm for taking a few minutes of your own time to make this. I and the rest of the foundation candidates appreciate this
You're more than welcome 😃
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3 years ago
#10
Is there anyway that you can display the marks on each question so people can have a further insight on how many marks they got. Thanks in advance👍🏼
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3 years ago
#11
(Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
Tyvm for taking a few minutes of your own time to make this. I and the rest of the foundation candidates appreciate this

Well said..! Thank you for taking the time to put this on Raggouk you've now put my mind at ease ;-)
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3 years ago
#12
Thank you for your time putting this together you're a good one!! Feeling a bit more confident now 😁
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#13
(Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
Is there anyway that you can display the marks on each question so people can have a further insight on how many marks they got. Thanks in advance👍🏼
I'll do it over the weekend.
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3 years ago
#14
You know question 10c would 8/4*6=12 also be a correct answer and something I can get marks on.
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#15
(Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
You know question 10c would 8/4*6=12 also be a correct answer and something I can get marks on.
Yes that works too.
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3 years ago
#16
Oh thank you for taking the time to do this for us!

Looking at the above, i think i have about 8 marks wrong - i remembered how many the marks were on questions i wasn't too sure on, but i think i got at least 90% but up to max 93%

Just a couple of questions if ya dont mind.

22) I actually wrote -5m+10 - would i still get this one right even though it's the other way round (You wrote 10-5m)?
24) b) i worked out that 16/80 was the same as 1/5 - so i changed the bottom to 300, and worked out "how many 5s was in 300" and times that to the top - I did get 60 - would i still get this one right? Just think i did it the long way round lol.

Thank you
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#17
(Original post by sickaaron)
Oh thank you for taking the time to do this for us!

Looking at the above, i think i have about 8 marks wrong - i remembered how many the marks were on questions i wasn't too sure on, but i think i got at least 90% but up to max 93%

Just a couple of questions if ya dont mind.

22) I actually wrote -5m+10 - would i still get this one right even though it's the other way round (You wrote 10-5m)?
24) b) i worked out that 16/80 was the same as 1/5 - so i changed the bottom to 300, and worked out "how many 5s was in 300" and times that to the top - I did get 60 - would i still get this one right? Just think i did it the long way round lol.

Thank you
Yes both good. The algebraic convention is to put letters before numbers which is your way ... and to be honest the way I would have answered. The way I wrote it just looks a bit nicer as its starting with a positive value.
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3 years ago
#18
(Original post by raggouk)
Yes both good. The algebraic convention is to put letters before numbers which is your way ... and to be honest the way I would have answered. The way I wrote it just looks a bit nicer as its starting with a positive value.
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3 years ago
#19
Has anyone got the actual questions yet please?
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3 years ago
#20
(Original post by raggouk)
1) a) February
b) onions
c) lettuces

2) a) 1/2 = 0.5
b) 0.3 = 3/10
c) 80%
d) 7.2 x 8 = 57.6
e) 7/12 - 3/12 = 1/3

3) a) A and D
b) B

4) a)2009 781 2010 773 so greater in 2009

b) i) 09 36
ii) 54 minutes
c) 09 21

5) unlikely, then cross in the middle for 1/2 then cross on 0 for impossible

6) a) Saturday meal would cost £126 in the week it would cost £96 so the saving is £30

b) (C,F) (C,E) (C,T) (L,F) (L,E) (L,T)

7) parallelogram then sketch a cuboid

8) a) x =15
b) y=6
c) w=3

9) Shape A was 1cm^2 greater

10) a) factor of 42 was 6
b) multiple of 22 is 44
c) 33 / 11 x 4 = 12 or 8/4 X 6 = 12
There's probably others :-)

11) a) Saturday she earned £40, so she earned £140 in the week. £7 per hour so worked 20 hours

b) 5 x 7e = 35e

12) Jodie buys 12 x 330 ml = 3960 ml, Rob buy 4 litres ... difference is 40ml

13) Coffee costs £24, tea costs £18 so spends £42

b) Adam has 30 x 6 cakes delivered which is 180 ... 12 not sold so sold 168

14) 4.5 degrees C

15) is a tally chart showing types of fruit, tally then frequency

16) a) 30% on rent
b) spent £120 on food

17) was a straight line graph

18) a) the missing piece of the pie chart was 120 degrees so that's 1/3
b) if 90 degrees is equal to 4500 then there was 18000 votes

19) a) 12 vertices, 8 faces then a sketch of the net

20) 25 x 30 = 750 cm^3

21) p^2 x p^5 = p^7

22) 3(m+4) - 2(m+1) = 3m +4 - 8m -2 = 10-5m

23) n^2 - 7n - n(n-7)

24) a) 5/8 x 400 = 250
b) 16/80 x 300 = 60

25) see the thread for the higher paper, it's Q 2

26) no timescale, ambiguous answer boxes (needs be more specfic), better question in higher thread Q3

27) area is 50m^2 so needs 10 litres of varnish. She has 3 x 2.5 litre tins so no she hasn't got enough. (only has 7.5 litres)

Hope this helps
What was question 24 a and b about, please? I can't remember it being on the paper?
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