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© Nuffield Foundation 2012 Free-Standing Mathematics Activity Working with percentages
© Nuffield Foundation 2012 Amount invested = £3000 Interest rate = 4% Interest at end of Year 1= 4% of £3000 = 0.04 x £3000 = £120 Amount at end of Year 1= £3120 Interest at end of Year 2= 4% of £3120 = 0.04 x £3120 = £ Amount at end of Year 2= £ £ = £ and so on 1 Step-by-step method Think about Is the answer the same if you divide by 100, then multiply by 4? A Compound interest
© Nuffield Foundation 2012 Amount invested = £3000 Interest rate = 4% Amount at end of Year 1= 104% of £3000 = 1.04 x £3000 = £3120 and so on 2 Repeating calculations using a multiplier Amount at end of Year 2 = 1.04 x £3120= £ Try repeated calculations like this one on your calculator A Compound interest
© Nuffield Foundation 2012 £3000 invested at 4% interest End of year n Amount £ A How much is in the account after 5 years? Repeated calculations A Compound interest
© Nuffield Foundation 2012 Amount invested = £3000 Interest rate = 4% 3 Using indices Amount at end of Year n = 1.04 n x £3000 Amount at end of Year 2 Amount at end of Year 5 = x £3000 = x £3000 = £ = £ Think about What are the advantages and disadvantages of each method? Try this A An account gives 3% interest per annum. £5000 is invested. How much will be in the account after 6 years? Use each method. A Compound interest
© Nuffield Foundation 2012 A new car costs £ Age of car ( n years)Value (£ A ) What will it be worth when it is 5 years old? What will the car be worth when it is 20 years old? In this case the multiplier is0.85 Think about What assumption is being made? Is it realistic? B Depreciation Its value falls by 15% per year
© Nuffield Foundation 2012 Formula for annual sales n years from now Try this B A companys sales of a product are falling by 6% per annum. Estimate the annual sales 6 years from now. They sold this year. = 0.94 n x Estimate of annual sales 6 years from now = x about Check this by repeated calculations. In this case the multiplier is 0.94 B Falling sales
© Nuffield Foundation 2012 C Combining percentage changes Number after receiving 3% extra = 103% of 2000 = 1.03 x 2000 A shareholder owns 2000 shares. How many shares will she have after these transactions? She expects to get 3% more shares then plans to sell 25% of her shareholding. = 2060 Number after selling 25%= 75% of 2060 = 0.75 x 2060 = 1545 What % is this of her original shareholding? = 77.25% or 1.03 x 0.75=
© Nuffield Foundation 2012 Sale price = 75% of normal price = 75% of 130% of cost price Try this C A shop marks up the goods it sells by 30% What is the overall % profit or loss on goods sold in the sale? In a sale it reduces its normal prices by 25% The shop makes a 2.5% loss on goods it sells in the sale. = of cost price = 0.75 x 1.3 x cost price C Combining percentage changes
© Nuffield Foundation 2012 D Reversing percentage changes x previous price = £66.42 Previous price The price of a train fare increased by 2.5% recently. How much did it cost before the rise in price? It now costs £66.42 Previous price= £64.80 = £
© Nuffield Foundation x full price = £25.90 Full price Try this D After a 12.5% discount, insurance costs £25.90 Full price = £29.60 = £ What was the cost before the discount? D Reversing percentage changes
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