FIFA World Cup Maths II

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- Q1
There are 4 teams in group B: England, IR Iran, USA, and Wales. Assuming it is randomly picked, what is the probability that USA’s first match is against England?

1/3

3/4

1/4

1/2

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There are 90 minutes in a football match. After playing all 3 of the other teams in their group, how many hours of football will Germany have played?

3 hours

4 hours

3.5 hours

4.5 hours

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There are 90 mins in a football match. USA vs Wales was due to kick off at 7pm, but they are delayed by 7 minutes. What time will half time be?

18:38

17:52

19:52

19:38

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Harry Kane makes a 220° clockwise turn to avoid a defender. How far would he have had to turn anti-clockwise to end up facing the same direction?

40°

140°

220°

120°

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Estimate the circumference of the centre circle if the radius is 9.15 metres.

120 m

30 m

60 m

300 m

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The diameter of a football is 20 cm. Estimate its volume. V=4/3πr

^{3}3,000 cm

^{3}300 cm

^{3}1,500 cm

^{3}4,000 cm

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If the penalty arc is a semi-circle and its straight edge is 10 m, estimate the area inside the penalty arc.

150 m

^{2}30 m

^{2}80 m

^{2}40 m

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According to this sequence, how many times has S. Korea reached the World Cup Semi-finals?

3

1

0

2

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S = speed, D = distance, T = time. Use the formula D = S x T. If Alex Morgan runs at a speed of 9 m/s for 13 seconds, what distance has she run?

126

117m

104

108

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Tickets to see a World cup match are $190 per person plus a £7 fixed cost to post the tickets. What algebraic formula represents this?

𝑻 = 190𝒏 + 7

𝑻 = 197𝒏

190𝒏 + 7

𝑻 = 7𝒏 + 190

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