Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byJaxson jay Sartin Modified over 2 years ago

1
Choose a level

2
1 Star Question

3
Greg goes shopping with £20. He spends £5.60 on his lunch. 1. How much money does he have left? 2. If he needs £1.30 for his bus fare then how much money does he now have left to spend?

4
End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu He sees this advert for shoes. 3. What is 10% of the Normal Price? 4. What is the sale price of the shoes? 5. Can he afford to buy the shoes?

5
2 Star Question

6
Greg goes shopping with £20. 1. He spends £5.60 on his lunch and £1.30 on his bus fare then how much money does he have left to spend?

7
End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu He sees this advert for shoes. 2. What is 10% of the Normal Price? 3. What is the sale price of the shoes? 4. Can he afford to buy the shoes?

8
3 Star Question

9
Greg goes shopping with £20. 1. He spends £5.60 on his lunch and £1.30 on his bus fare then how much money does he have left to spend?

10
End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu He sees this advert for shoes. 2. What is the sale price of the shoes? 3. Can he afford to buy the shoes?

11
4 Star Question

12
He needs £1.30 for his bus fare. Greg goes shopping with £20. His lunch costs £5.60. Can he afford to buy the shoes? End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu

13
5 Star Question

14
End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu Greg goes shopping with £20. He spends £5.60 on his lunch. He needs £1.30 for his bus fare. He sees this advert for shoes. Does he have enough money to buy them? You must show your working

Similar presentations

© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google