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**OCR Cambridge Award/Certificate in Maths Entry Level 2 – Level 2**

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**Decimals, percentages and fractions**

Entry Level – Simple fractions and common units of measurement Entry Level – Simple fractions Level – Fractions, decimals and percentages Level – Fractions and decimals

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Think about buying a new laptop Do you know how to get the best deal? Knowing how to work out percentages will help

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Think about buying a new laptop Is it cheaper somewhere else? Being able to compare offers could save you a lot of money!

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Think about buying a new laptop What is the best way to buy it? If you don’t know your credit card interest rates, it could get expensive!

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

What about going for a meal? What time is the table booked for? If you get to the restaurant late because you thought a quarter of an hour was 45 minutes, you may be disappointed!

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

What about going for a meal with friends? How good is the chef? If the chef got the decimal point in the wrong place and used 250g of curry powder instead of 25g, you might need more than half a pint of water!

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

What about going for a meal with friends? How much will the meal cost? You don’t want to be paying ten times more for your meal because you didn’t know how to work out a 10% tip!

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

What about going for a meal with friends? Have you divided the bill up correctly? If you don’t divide by four when you work out a quarter, your friends may be upset with how much they have to pay!

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Thinking of getting a lovely new hair style?

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Thinking of getting a lovely new hair style? How much do you want cut off?

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Thinking of getting a lovely new hair style? Let’s hope the hairdresser understands “just half an inch off please!”

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Thinking of getting a lovely new hair colour? It’s important that everyone knows how to work out fractions Fancy a change of colour?

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Thinking of getting a lovely new hair colour? What if the hairdresser gets a ¼ and a ½ mixed up when they are mixing the hair dye? You might wish you’d coloured it yourself!

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Many of the things we do involve fractions, decimals and percentages Understanding these better could make the things you do easier You won’t get the best deal on that laptop if you can’t work with fractions, decimals and percentages!

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Many of the things we do involve fractions, decimals and percentages Understanding these better could make the things you do easier You won’t enjoy that lovely meal if the chef is confused with their fractions, decimals and percentages!

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**You might not think you need numbers, but…**

Many of the things we do involve fractions, decimals and percentages Understanding these better could make the things you do much easier You may not get that lovely new hairstyle if you are confused with fractions, decimals and percentages!

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What will you cover . . . This presentation just concentrates on Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, but you may also look at other maths skills you will need to be successful as well. This helps you understand how each skill is used together with other skills, and helps you use your maths skills in everyday life.

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**Other OCR resources are available at www.ocr.org.uk**

Thank you for using this OCR resource Other OCR resources are available at OCR Resources: the small print OCR’s resources are provided to support the teaching of OCR specifications, but in no way constitute an endorsed teaching method that is required by the Board, and the decision to use them lies with the individual teacher. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the content, OCR cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions within these resources. © OCR This resource may be freely copied and distributed, as long as the OCR logo and this message remain intact and OCR is acknowledged as the originator of this work. OCR acknowledges the use of the following content: Slide 4 man: Amasterphotographer/Shutterstock.com Slides 5 and 15 laptops: ifong/Shutterstock.com Slide 6 man: Air0ne/Shutterstock,com, cash: Brian A Jackson/Shutterstock.com Slide 7 man: Air0ne/Shutterstock.com, clock: Dimedrol68/Shutterstock.com Slides 8 and 16 man eating: Apostol 8/Shutterstock.com, curry: Jay Muduliar/Shutterstock.com Slide 9 waiter: TexelArt/Shutterstock.com, money: ChrisBrignell/Shutterstock.com Slide 10 men with calculator: jane0606/Shutterstock.com Slide 11 Blonde model: ValuaVitaly/Shutterstock.com Slide 12 hair and scissors: Karuka/Shutterstock.com Slides 13, 14 and 17: woman: Robert Kneschka/Shutterstock.com To give us feedback on, or ideas about the OCR resources you have used,

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