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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    yes
    Yes done.

    And now I add 10/24 3 times?


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    Yes done.

    And now I add 10/24 3 times?


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    yes
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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    Yes done.

    And now I add 10/24 3 times?


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    oKay hold on.

    You're supposed to multiply 1/4 and 1/6 not add them. First you do that 3 times and THEN you add up the results.
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    oKay hold on.

    You're supposed to multiply 1/4 and 1/6 not add them. First you do that 3 times and THEN you add up the results.
    That equals to 3/24

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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    That equals to 3/24

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    correct you can simplify it
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    where did you pull that from??


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    yeah i got a bit distracted, you got it right and you can simplify that fraction
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    yeah i got a bit distracted, you got it right and you can simplify that fraction
    Yusss 1/8

    On this question what do they mean compare?

    As it give differences and write it out?



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    Yusss 1/8

    On this question what do they mean compare?

    As it give differences and write it out?



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    Not quite sure. I'd assume you need to find the mean of each set of data, and maybe do something with a box plot diagram and arrive at some sort of conclusion like "boys on average weight more" or something. Look at the mark scheme if you're unsure. This question is not specific enough for me.
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Not quite sure. I'd assume you need to find the mean of each set of data, and maybe do something with a box plot diagram and arrive at some sort of conclusion like "boys on average weight more" or something. Look at the mark scheme if you're unsure. This question is not specific enough for me.
    Oh okay

    How do I do B please and is a correct?


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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    Oh okay

    How do I do B please and is a correct?


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    Yes A is correct and for the second one you are doing the same thing except you are looking for a year while you know the money at the end.

    So 400 \cdot 1.03^n = 475
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Yes A is correct and for the second one you are doing the same thing except you are looking for a year while you know the money at the end.

    So 400 \cdot 1.03^n = 475

    The answer I for was 5 and half
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    The answer I for was 5 and half
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    So after 6 years then.
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    So after 6 years then.
    Just did this by myself how is it


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    So after 6 years then.
    Heyaa can you check the above please X

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    Heyaa can you check the above please X

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    First one is correct but for the second one you found the amount that would be deducted from total price as a result of the discount - so you didn't find the total amount paid.
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    First one is correct but for the second one you found the amount that would be deducted from total price as a result of the discount - so you didn't find the total amount paid.
    Oh i thought it was 15% of each lesson?

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    Oh i thought it was 15% of each lesson?

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    15% off each lesson. Difference between of and off.

    So you take off 15% from the total price which would be 100%, so you are finding 100%-15%=85% of the normal price.
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    15% off each lesson. Difference between of and off.

    So you take off 15% from the total price which would be 100%, so you are finding 100%-15%=85% of the normal price.
    So I do 23*47 first

    And then find 15%

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    Just did this by myself how is it


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    Why don't you check mark schemes?
 
 
 
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