# Math Problems and Solutions

Topics: Costs, 3rd millennium Pages: 4 (630 words) Published: August 12, 2013
Sheet1 PROBLEM 1 1. Conduct a survey to ascertain the popularity of any five games amongst your classmates. Use a three- point scale, e.g. – like very much, like , do not like.

Represent your findings graphically. Explain your findings. 3= do not like 7= like 10= like very much Persons Person1 Person2 Person3 Person4 Person5 Game1 Game2 Game3 Game4 Game5 7 10 7 10 3 7 7 3 3 7 7 5 3 3 3 3 3 7 3 3 10 3 3 3 3

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SECOND PROBLEM

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Maths 2nd Question Answer Cost for 1 person ( under 18 years ) for accommodation, ski-school, ski-hire, and use 2.1 of the chair lift for 6 days. Extra Cost

Accommodation

Ski-School (instruction)

Ski-hire(skis, boots, sticks)

Chair lift and tows

Total

All inclusive cost for 6 days

2250 4482-3735 =

720 747

540

972

4482

3735

Cost for an adult for accommodation, skischool, ski-hire, and use of the chair lift for 6 2.2 days. Extra Cost

2520 4752-4005 =

720 747

540

972

4752

4005

A family of three adults and one child has a budget of Rs 7000. Calculate for how many days they can stay if the child goes to skischool for two days and the adults hire ski2.3 gear for 3 days? cost of ski-school for 1 child for 2 days cost of ski-gear for 3 adults for 3 days Total Cost so far Remaining Cost Cost for accomodation for 1 child per day Cost for accomodation for 1 adult per day Thus, Cost for 3 adults and 1 child per day No of Days = Remaing Cost/ Cost per day 180*2 = 135*3*3= 360+1215= 7000-1575= 2250/6 = 2520/6 = 420*3+375= 5425/1635= They can stay upto a maximum of 3 days. 360 1215 1575 5425 375 420 1635 3.31804281345566

Result

Cost of holiday lasting six days for 11 people ( 2 of whom are adults) at the all inclusive 2.4 charge. All inclusive cost for 2 adult for 6 days = 4005*2 = All inclusive cost for 9(11-2) children for 6 days = 3735*9= Therefore, Total Cost = 8010+33615= 8010 33615 41625

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v. Five people ( all under 18 years of age ) 2.5 have...

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