# Unit 13 Section 3 : Time and Money

In this section we consider problems that involve both time and money.
You will need to use your decimal arithmetic skills to answer the questions in this section.

## Example Question

One day, Zoe works from 0930 until 1800. She is paid £5.20 per hour.

How much does she earn for her day's work?

From 0930 to 1800 is 8½ hours, so we need to work out 8.5 lots of £5.20. If 520 × 85 is 44200 then 5.20 × 8.5 = 44.200.

Zoe earns £44.20 per day.

## Practice Question

Work out answers to each part of this question then click on the button marked to see whether you are correct.

Robert works from 8:30am until 4:30pm for five days every week, and is paid £5.10 per hour.

(a) How many hours does he work in a week?

(b) How much does he earn in one week?

(c) How many hours would he need to work if he wanted to earn £255 per week?

(d) If he keeps working the same number of hours but gets a 5% pay rise, how much will he then earn per week?

## Exercises

Work out the answers to the questions below and fill in the boxes. Click on the button to find out whether you have answered correctly. If you are right then will appear and you should move on to the next question. If appears then your answer is wrong. Click on to clear your original answer and have another go. If you can't work out the right answer then click on to see the answer.

Question 1
The table below shows the times that people in a factory work on one day, and the rate they are paid per hour.

How much does each person earn on this day?
 Janice £ Martin £ Gail £

Question 2
Des can choose between two jobs:
 Job A pays £3.80 per hour for 40 hours per week. Job B pays £4.50 per hour for 32 hours per week.

(a) How much would Des earn in Job A?
£
(b) How much would Des earn in Job B?
£
(c) For which job will Des earn the most money per week?

Question 3
Heidi works as a cleaner at a hotel. She is paid £4.20 per hour.
One day she starts work at 0645 and finishes at 1045.

How much does she earn on that day?
£

Question 4
Briony earns £5 per hour working 12 hours per week in an evening job.

(a) How much does she earn per week?
£
(b) If she is given a 6% pay rise, how much does she now earn each week?
£

Question 5
Bill works the following hours in one week: He is paid £6.50 per hour.

(a) How many hours does he work during the week?
hours
(b) How much does he earn for the week's work?
£

Question 6
Kelly works from 0850 until 1400 on 6 days each week. She earns £4.30 per hour.

(a) How many hours does she work per week?
hours
(b) How much does she earn per week?
£
(c) Kelly is given a 10% pay rise. How much does she now earn per week?
£

Question 7
In a year, Tony works 20 hours per week for 46 weeks and is paid a total of £5520.

(a) How many hours does he work per year?
hours
(b) How much is he paid per hour?
£
(c) If his wages are increased by 2%, how much will he now earn per year?
£

Question 8
Sara works 30 hours per week, for which she is paid £135.

(a) How much is she paid per hour?
£
(b) Her earnings increase to £140.40 per week. How much is she now paid per hour?
£
(c) Calculate the percentage increase in her earnings.
%

You have now completed Unit 13 Section 3
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