Use ANNEXURE B to answer the questions that follow.

4.1.1 Name the type of scale used for the route map. (2)

4.1.2 What type of view is represented on this route map? (2)

4.1.3 Name the general direction of the Groote Schuur Hospital (Tourist Attraction 10) from the starting point of the marathon. (2)

4.1.4 Determine the exact number of medical help points located on the route. (2)

4.1.5 Identify the suburbs in the vicinity of the halfway mark. (2)

4.1.6 Identify the tourist attractions indicated on the map between the 15 km mark and the 20 km mark. (3)

4.2.1 Write down the correct order of the assembly instructions to build the toy car, using the letters A, B, C, D and E. (2)

4.2.2 Which letter (A, B, C, D or E) fits the instruction, ‘Flip over the part-assembly’*? *(2)

4.2.3 A can of Lego blocks contains 20 red blocks, 25 blue blocks, 28 green blocks, 30 black blocks and 27 white blocks.

A block is randomly selected from the can.

Determine the probability that the block will be the following:

(a) Yellow (2)

(b) Blue (3)

4.2.4 The building blocks are packed into small cylindrical cans that are then packed into a large rectangular box, as shown in the diagrams below.

The cylindrical cans are placed upright in the box.

(a) Determine the number of layers of cans that can be placed in an upright position in the box. (2)

(b) Hence, determine the maximum number of cans that can be packed into ONE box. (3)

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