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# Year 5 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Year 5 . Daniel and Rebecca went to visit their local zoo with their Mum and Dad. They had to take 2 trains and a bus to get there. When they arrived they saw that there was a special family ticket costing £30, which allowed 2 adult and 2 children entry.

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• Daniel and Rebecca went to visit their local zoo with their Mum and Dad. They had to take 2 trains and a bus to get there. When they arrived they saw that there was a special family ticket costing £30, which allowed 2 adult and 2 children entry.

• How much would they save by buying this family ticket if the ordinary entry prices were:

• Extension: If they took their young cousin next time what would be the total cost of entry?

### Year 5

It was Ben’s 8th birthday on the 22nd September. His Dad made him a cake which weighed 3kg. The disaster happened at 12.30 p.m. when the dog ate 1/2 of his cake. At 4.00p.m. Ben and his 4 friends had shared the remains of the cake equally between them.

How much of the cake did they get each?

### Year 5

Paul bought 40 Christmas cards.

He sent ¼ to his family and ¹/3 of the remaining cards to his friends.

How many cards did he have left?

Express this as a fraction of the original number.

• John invited four friends to watch a video.

• They decided to order a pizza.

• The pizza cost £5.56.

• They shared the cost equally.

• How much did each child pay?

### Year 5

There are 24 pairs of shoes.

¼ of the shoes are red.

How many shoes are red?

What percentage of the shoes are not red?