## Exam-Style Questions.## Problems adapted from questions set for previous Mathematics exams. |

## 1. | GCSE Higher |

The diagram below shows two rectangles not drawn to scale.

The perimeter of rectangle EFGH is 41cm and the area of rectangle ABCD is 55cm^{2}.

- EF = 9.5cm
- AB = FG

Find the length of AD.

## 3. | GCSE Higher |

Find the length of the sides of a square from the following clues:

- The square is drawn inside a circle.
- Each vertex of the square lies on the circumference of the circle.
- The area of the circle is 64cm
^{2}.

Give your answer in centimetres to three significant figures.

## 4. | GCSE Higher |

Five identical circles fit exactly inside a rectangle as shown in the diagram.

Find the area of the rectangle in terms of \(r\), the radius of the circles.

## 5. | GCSE Higher |

Two identical small yellow circles are drawn inside one large circle, as shown in the diagram. The centres of the small circles lie on the diameter of the large circle. The part of the large circle that is outside both small circles is painted red.

Find the fraction of the large circle that is painted red.

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