Problem 1 :
How much change would you expect from a $20 note if you purchased articles costing $8.63, $5.09 and $4.73?
Problem 2 :
Rosemary’s visa card statement is given alongside:
What would be the total at the bottom of the statement?
Problem 3 :
Each fortnight Alex is paid €1700 less the deductions given in the table alongside. What is Alex’s actual take home pay each fortnight?
Problem 4 :
You spend $6.50 on a pair of gloves. You now have $7.00. How much money did you have originally?
Problem 5 :
A beef sandwich has two slices of beard with a layer of meat between them. Each slice of bread is 1.4 cm thick, and the meat is 0.5 cm thick. How thick is the sandwich?
Problem 6 :
Ms.Tulips bought $56.12 worth of groceries. However, she had coupons worth $9.85. How much did Ms. Tulips spend for the groceries?
Problem 7 :
A band can play as much as 8 minutes of music in a competition. If the band plays a 2.33 minute song and a 4.25 minute song, how many minutes does it have left?
Problem 8 :
You receive $50 for your birthday. You buy a book for $14.95 and a baseball cap for $24.95. How much money do you have left?
Problem 9 :
Jacob had $340.87 in his checking account. He withdrew $52 and wrote a check for $18.72. Find his new balance.
Problem 10 :
The metrological department recorded 95.55 millimeters of rain in July, 125.45 millimeters in September, and 85.43 millimeters in October. How many millimeters of total rainfall was recorded during the three months?
1) So, the expected change is $1.55.
2) So, the required total is £927.58.
3) €962.46
4) $13.50
5) 3.3 cm thick
6) $46.27 on groceries.
7) 1.42 minutes left.
8) $10.1 left.
9) Jacob’s new balance was $270.15
10) 306.43 millimeters
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