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A: -11degrees B: 410 027 11 degrees £100 On Monday, the temperature in Glasgow was -8. On Tuesday it was 3 degrees higher. What is the new temperature? C: 5 degreesD: -5 degrees 2

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A:B: 2:33:2 £200 A business man records his total mileage in one year. Here are the results. Business mileage = 7,200 and private Mileage = 10, 800. What is the ratio of business mileage to private mileage? C:D: 3:4 4:3

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A:B: 70cm14m £300 The plans for a house are drawn in the ratio of 1:50. On the drawing the top of the chimney is 14cm above the ground. How high is the actual chimney (in real life!!) C:D: 7m 70m

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A:B: 400 600 £500 A total of 1600 people work for a company. The ratio of male to female employees is 3:5. How many more females than males are there in the company? C:D: 960 1000

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A:B: £224.00 £308.00 £1,000 C:D: £246.00£252.00 Overtime in a company is paid at time and a quarter. The normal payment is £5.60 per hour. One employee works a normal 40 hour week and 4 hours overtime. How much is she paid?

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A:B: 20 minutes20 hours £2,000 A swimming pool holds 600,000 litres of water and is emptied for cleaning at a rate Of 500 litres a minute. How long does it take to empty the pool? C:D: 500 minutes2 hours

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A:B: 30150 £4,000 A carton contains 450g of oats. A normal serving is 30g. How many servings can be obtained from the carton? C:D: 1 50015

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A:B: 2230 £8,000 A florist feeds her flowers with 6 drops of fertiliser to Every 400ml of water. How many drops of fertiliser are needed for 1.8 litres of water? C:D: 27 40

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A:B: 2.5cm 20cm £16,000 A 6” diameter tin is used for baking a cake. If 1” is approximately 2.5 cm, what is the diameter of the tin in cm? C:D: 60cm 15cm

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Digestion A:B: 240 cm3 £32,000 A block of chocolate has the dimensions 2cmx8cmx15cm. What is the volume of the chocolate? C:D: 240cm2 25cm225cm3

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A:B: 1/3 1/5 £64,000 In a company that employs 700 workers, 176 are under 25. Approximately what fraction of the employees are under 25? C:D: 1/4 1/7

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A:B: 25% 3% £125,000 A committee increases its membership fee from £12 to £15 per year. What is the % increase C:D: 20% 80%

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A:B: £1 440£2 000 £250,000 A woman spends £39 per week on travel. Approximately how much does she spend on travel in three years? C:D: £4 500 £6 000

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A:B: 18.75m 2 18.75m3 £500,000 What is the area of the shape below? C:D: 10cm 10m2 7.5m 2.5m

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A:B: 25.5m 2 £ 1,000,000 What is the area of the shape below? C:D: 45m 2 45m 25.5m 7m 5m 2.5m 11m

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