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Unit 9Consumer Arithmetic

Presentation 1BuyingPresentation 2Hire PurchasesPresentation 3EarningPresentation 4Money ExchangePresentation 5SavingsPresentation 6Increasing Value

Unit 9Consumer ArithmeticBuying

a)Calculate the TOTAL amount a customer pays for the TVb)The sale price of $1600 is 20% LESS THAN the original price. Calculate the ORIGINAL priceSolutiona) Total amount paid???

b)The sale price of $1600 is 20% LESS THAN the original price. Calculate the ORIGINAL priceSolutionb)If original price is $p, then ???

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Unit 9Consumer ArithmeticHire Purchases

A printer is advertised for sale at J$84 000. A discount of 12% is given if it is bought for cash. Its can also be bought on hire purchase by paying a deposit of J$29 400 followed by 24 monthly payments of J$ 2300 each.

CalculateThe cash priceThe hire purchase priceThe amount saved by buying the printer for cash rather than on hire purchaseSolutiona) Cash price???

A printer is advertised for sale at J$84 000. A discount of 12% is given if it is bought for cash. Its can also be bought on hire purchase by paying a deposit of J$29 400 followed by 24 monthly payments of J$ 2300 each.

CalculateThe cash priceThe hire purchase priceThe amount saved by buying the printer for cash rather than on hire purchaseSolutionb) Hire purchase price

c) Amount saved by paying cash???????

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Unit 9Consumer ArithmeticEarning

BASIC WEEKTime Wages40 hours J$32000Overtime is paid at 50% extra per hour.

CalculateThe basic hourly rateThe overtime hourly rateThe total wages for a worker who worked 10 hours overtime in one week

Solutiona) Basic hourly rate???

BASIC WEEKTime Wages40 hours J$32000Overtime is paid at 50% extra per hour.

CalculateThe basic hourly rateThe overtime hourly rateThe total wages for a worker who worked 10 hours overtime in one week

Solutionb) Overtime hourly rate??????

BASIC WEEKTime Wages40 hours J$32000Overtime is paid at 50% extra per hour.

CalculateThe basic hourly rateThe overtime hourly rateThe total wages for a worker who worked 10 hours overtime in one week

Solutionc) Total wages???

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Unit 9Consumer ArithmeticMoney Exchange

How much would you get for exchanging15 sterling into Jamaican dollarsJ$3000 into pounds sterling$300.00 US into Jamaican dollars

Solution

a)

b)

c)??????

CurrencyExchange RatePound Sterling 130 J$US $90 JS

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Unit 9Consumer ArithmeticSavings

In how many years would $100, invested at 5% per annum simple interest, amount to $160?The interest in one year

The total amount of interest needed is

So the number of years required is???????

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Unit 9Consumer ArithmeticIncreasing Value

An antique is valued at J$4000. Its value increases by 5% each year for 3 years.Find the value after two yearsShow that the value after three years is J$463050SolutionAfter one years the value is

After two years, its value is

b)Its values after 3 years is???????????????

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