# Unit 13 Section 1 : Money

In this section we revise basic arithmetic, working with money.

## Example Questions

Example 1

(a) What is the cost of 7 packets of crisps costing 24p each?
The cost of the crisps is found by multiplying 24 by 7.
The cost is 168p or £1.68.

(b) How much change do you get from £5 when paying for these crisps?
The change is found by subtracting £1.68 from £5.00.
The change is £3.32.

Example 2

5 boys are paid £38.60 for clearing rubbish from a garden.
They share the money equally.
How much does each boy receive?

We divide the total amount earned by the number of boys.
Each boy receives £7.72.

## Practice Questions

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Practice Question 1
Joshua buys a cheeseburger costing £1.59, a portion of chips costing 99p and a drink costing £1.15.

(a) How much does he spend?

(b) How much change does he get from a £10 note?

Practice Question 2
Mandy buys 8 'Candichoc' bars. They cost a total of £3.04.

How much does each 'Candichoc' bar cost?

## Exercises

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Question 1
Anthony pays £1.35 to swim at a sports centre.
He then buys a drink costing 79p and a packet of crisps costing 27p from the sports centre café.

(a) How much does he spend altogether?
£
(b) How much money does he have left if he had £6.30 when he entered the sports centre?
£

Question 2
A family buys 3 children's meals that cost £1.99 each and 2 value meals that cost £3.49 each.

How much does the family spend altogether?
£

Question 3
Jamil wants to buy a bike that costs £249.99. He has saved £192.50.

How much more does he need to save before he can buy the bike?
£

Question 4
A teacher buys a chocolate bar for each child in her class. The bars cost 34p each. There are 31 children in her class.

(a) How much does she spend?
£
(b) How much change does she get from a £20 note?
£

Question 5
A tutor group raises £86.28 for charity. They decide to divide the money equally between 4 charities.

(a) What amount do they give to each charity?
£
(b) How much extra would they have to raise for each of the charities to be given £28?
£

Question 6
Tickets for a school play cost £1.20 for children and £2.10 for adults.

What would be the total cost of tickets for:
(a) 2 adults and 4 children,
£
(b) 3 adults and 2 children?
£

Question 7
£40.92 is divided equally between 12 people.

How much do they each receive?
£

Question 8
Three brothers divide £20 between them so that they each have exactly the same amount of money.
A small amount is left over.

(a) What is the largest amount they can each receive?
£
(b) How much money is left over?
pence

Question 9
Six children are given a sum of money. They divide it equally so that they each receive £8.33 and there is 2p left over.

(a) What was the sum of money they were given?
£
(b) If £5 of the money had been given to a charity, what amount of money would each of the children have received?
£

Question 10
Hannah wants to buy 12 bottles of lemonade for her birthday party.
At her local supermarket, lemonade is on a 'buy one, get one at half price' special offer.
The bottles cost £1.18 each.

(a) How much does Hannah pay for the 12 bottles of lemonade?
£
(b) How much does she save because of the special offer?
£

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