# Looking at the Ratio Grid Questions from the EDEXCEL June 2020 Paper Mathematics Paper 2 (Foundation)

The exam paper referred to in this post can be found here. For each question which is compatible with Ratio Grids, I work through a similar example, then you can try the actual exam question. The answers to the exam paper can be found here. This is a calculator exam.

You will need to be able to complete a ratio grid to follow this page – so watch this 2 minute video!

Similar to Question 4 – write a fraction as a percentage

Similar to Question 13 – A machine filling containers with items – how many left over?

Similar to Question 14: Drawing a Pie Chart

Similar to Question 16. How many marks needed to pass an exam?

Similar to question 17: Making Orange Juice

Similar to question 17b: Simplify a ratio (Calculator method)

Similar to question 19: Sharing money without knowing the total

Similar to question 20: Shopping with a ratio

Similar to question 23: Different sized boxes

Similar to question 28: Exterior angles in a polygon

# More interesting Maths Papers (Spire Maths)

https://spiremaths.co.uk/printable-paper/

I have downloaded some of the Excel Spreadsheets onto my computer and it has not exploded (yet!!) – can’t wait to teach some lessons using this gorgeous set of papers! Some pdfs of examples to download below, if you don’t want to generate your own from EXCEL:

# Recommending mathsbot.com

I am grateful to Mr. Holding who teaches locally for this link. So simple! Lots of GCSE questions presented one at a time. A couple of examples are reproduced below.

The Proof Questions on this site are invaluable – the best collection I have seen.

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# Fraction of a Number Free Printable Maths Dominoes

These work best if they are printed onto card, laminated, then cut up. To play, shuffle them, place them face up, and pick an easy question. Find the answer to that question, chain that card on, repeat…

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