Numeracy, Data and IT - Assignment

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Numeracy, Data and IT
Assessment Part 1Section 1Question 1What is the result of following calculation?I I I II I I – I I I ISolution: 8 – 4 = 4i.e. I I I IQuestion 2What percentage of 70 does 49 equal to?Solution:Let y% of 70 is 49then, y% X 70 = 49y/100 X 70 = 497/10 y = 49y = 49 X 10/7y = 70%So, 70% of 70 is equal to 49.(Answer)Question 3Complete the following table to show equivalent fraction and percentage-FractionPercentage45.00%2.00/3.0022.50%7.00/5.00Working notes:(i)45% can be written in fraction form as -45% = 45/100in simplest form, divide both numerator and denominator by 5 then,1
45% = 45 ÷ 5 / 100 ÷ 5= 9/20 (Answer)(ii) 2/3 can be converted into percentage form through multiply by 100 as -2/3 X 100 = 66.66% approx. (Answer)(iii) 22.50% can be written in fraction form as -22.50% = 22.50/10022.50% = 225 / 1000in simplest form, divide both numerator and denominator by 25 then,22.50% = 225 ÷ 25 / 1000 ÷ 25= 9 / 40 (Answer)(iv) 7/5 can be converted into percentage form through multiply by 100 as -7/5 X 100 = 140% approx. (Answer)So, the given has been completed as -FractionPercentage9/2045.00%2/366.66%9/4022.50%7/5140.00%b) A carton contains 150 cereal bars. What fraction of this number will each person get whendistributed to a class of 20 students?Solutions:Total number of cereal bars – 150Total number of students – 20So, each student will get -150 / 20 = 15 / 2 (answer).Question 4:Samuel paid cash for 3 discount-priced football tickets. He was given £4.20 change from thethree £50 notes he tendered. What was the price of each ticket?Solution:Total amount tendered by Samuel = 3 x£50=£150Changes received by Samuel = £4.202
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