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1. (1) -2, 15, 39, 70,...,...., Find 6th Term |
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2. (19) A London-based house increases in price by 30% over 2 years to £2200000 (2.2 million). What was its price before? |
3. (15) There is a sale. At close on Wednesday the price of a jacket was reduced to £14.42. The price has come down at 10% per day starting on Monday. What was the original price before the sale started? |
4. (4) 175,120,75,40,..... Find 5th, 16th and nth terms |
5. (6) 82,91,106,127,154,....Find 9th and nth terms |
6. (8) You decide to make a fruit drink with 3 parts lemonade and 2 parts cordial. You drink 1/2 of the cup then re-fill the glass with lemonade. What is the ratio of lemonade to cordial? |
7. (3) 8,26,56,98,152,.... Find 11th and nth terms |
8. (7) The instructions for a fruit drink say to mix one part blackcurrant juice with four parts water. I want to make one litre of this fruit drink. How much blackcurrant juice should I use? Give your answer in millilitres. |
9. (18) A golf ball manufacturer wanted to put up the price of their golf-ball range by 16% to £12.95 per pack of 15. What was the price before hand? |
10. (21) What is 86% of 438? |
11. (2) 3,18,43,78,123,.... Find 6th term |
12. (17) The price of a jacket fell by 18% to £14.50. What was its price before the fall? |
13. (12) A boy grows by 42% to 171cm over 6 years. What was his height before. |
14. (13) Doris alwaysmixes her springwashing paint mix as white to vanilla colours in a 3:9 ratio. This year she has 400mls of white paint and wants to use it all in her springpainting. Show working (remember given the ratio you can use the formula triangle) |
15. (5) 6,18,33,51,.... Find 5th term |
16. (14) A man buys a car for £3000. He was told it was £8000 brand new 2 years ago. By what percentage has the car depreciated? |
17. (10) Some people think the growers should get more. Suppose the percentages change to: Retailers 23%, Growers 10%, Others 10%. Suppose the retailers still got 44p from each cup of coffee sold. How much would a cup of coffee cost? Show your working. |
18. (16) The price of a jacket was £18.85 but was reduced in the sale by 25%. What is its reduced price? |
19. (9) A cup of coffee costs £1.75. Retailers get £1.44, Growers get 5p and Others get £1.26. What percentage of the cost of a cup of coffee goes to retailers, growers and others? |
20. (20) 27% of a number is 6. What is the number? |
21. (11) The longest bone in the human body is in the leg. The average length of this bone in a man is fifty centimetres. In a woman it is ten per cent less. What is the average length of this bone in a woman? |
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