Question 1 All prices are for one adult One free child place if 2 adults book Additional children are 70% of adult price Holidays booked online get 5% discount Sue books a 7 night holiday for herself, her husband Bob and their two children in August. She books the holiday online. Work out the final cost of the holiday Here is an advert for a holiday:
Wood Flooring Extravaganza! Wood flooring prices per box (covers 1.5 square metres) Birch £12 Beech £15 Oak £20 PLUS: This weekend buy 5 boxes or more and receive 15% discount! Question 2 Here is an advert: Barry wants to put the beech flooring in his lounge which has an area of 7.5 square metres He is bad at DIY so goes to the shop on Saturday and is advised to buy one extra box to allow for mistakes. Work out his total bill
Carrie’s Car Hire Question 3 SPECIAL OFFER! Hire a Nissan Micra for just £7.50 per day plus 25p per mile. Bookings for 10 days or more get 1/3 off the daily rate. Here is an advert: Celia hires a Micra for 14 days. She drives a total of 240 miles. Work out her total bill.
Hook a Duck! 50p per play. Hook one of our ten ducks Find the duck with the lucky star underneath and win £3 Question 4 Here is an advert at a funfair: Show how much money the stall owner can expect to make if 200 people hook a duck.
Question 5 The graph below shows the amount of men and women applying for a short-term loan at a bank over the course of a month: Give a reason why loan applications may be higher at the end of the month Charlie says that the graph shows that women apply for more loans than men. Does the data support Charlie’s claim?Give a reason for your answer
Question 6 Lydia opens a shop. The graph shows her monthly profit for the first six months of business. Lydia had predicted that the mean profit for the first half-year would be £400. Did she meet this target? Show your working. Calculate the median and range of the profits.
Question 7 Mrs Hill sets her class a spelling test. The girls scores have a mean of 64 and a range of 22. The boys scores are shown below: 57, 65, 70, 77, 57, 78, 59, 64, 79, 52, 79, 67 Use the data above to decide who did better on the test. Show working to support your answer.