Solving Money Word Problems L1

Lee Holness
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Solve written problems in the context of money

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Question 1

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Alan has saved £837 and wants to spend some of his money. He wants to leave £195 in his account. How much can he take out?
Answer
  • 642
  • 712

Question 2

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In 2006, a bookstore sold 34 236 books. The store aims to sell 19 474 more in 2008. What is the bookstore’s target for 2008?
Answer
  • 43,800
  • 53,710

Question 3

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A car has done 33 778 miles. It needs to be serviced when it has done 46 000 miles. How many more miles can it do before it is serviced?
Answer
  • 79,778
  • 12,222

Question 4

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Jackie has £473 in a bank account. She pays in £46. Then she writes out one cheque for £289 and another for £67. How much is in the account after each transaction?
Answer
  • 163
  • 101

Question 5

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Robina takes out a loan and agrees to pay back £85 per month for 36 months. How much will she pay back in total?
Answer
  • 3,060
  • 2,430

Question 6

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A gym charges £49 per month for membership. What will be the total cost of membership for one year?
Answer
  • £588
  • £600

Question 7

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Sandra needs to save £595 to pay for a holiday. He can save £35 per week. How many weeks will it take him to save the money he needs?
Answer
  • 17
  • 18

Question 8

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Twenty-four friends split the hire of a party hall equally. The hire cost comes to £840. How much does each person pay?
Answer
  • 36
  • 35

Question 9

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A householder pays £384 for electricity in a year. She pays in twelve equal monthly instalments. How much does she pay each month?
Answer
  • 32
  • 31

Question 10

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A business woman’s profit for one year is £230 222. One year later it is £235 749. How much more profit did she make in the second year?
Answer
  • £5,428
  • £5.527

Question 11

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Over a weekend, a computer expert earns £480 for working 12 hours. How much does she earn per hour?
Answer
  • £40
  • £48