Nat 5 Apps: Basic Operations and Decimals
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• Question 1
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45.89 + 91.5

137.39
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137.4
137.390
• Question 2
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101.02+19.4

120.42
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120.4
120.420
• Question 3
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£89.95+£143.44

£233.39
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932.55 - 86.3

846.25
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846.3
846.250
• Question 5
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0.3 - 0.00051

0.29949
• Question 6
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13.95 x 8

111.6
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111.60
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8.8 x 12

123.2
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123.20
• Question 8
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673.44 $\div$  6

112.24
• Question 9
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4105.44 $\div$  4

1026.36
• Question 10
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1.35 x 10

13.5
• Question 11
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49.3878 x 100

4938.78
• Question 12
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1093 $\div$   100

10.93
• Question 13
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32.55 x 30

876.5
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876.50
• Question 14
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Alan is buying a new bike but decides to pay for it with a payment plan. This involves a deposit of £68.40 and 5 monthly instalments of £61.50.

How much money in total will Alan pay for his new bike?

£375.90
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375.90
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Wendy has bought a new bookshelf. The cost of the bookshelf is £101.52. Wendy pays off the bookshelf in 8 even instalments. How much will each instalment be?

£101.52
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101.52
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Chris is buying a new laptop worth £895.95. He pays it off by the following method.

$\cdot$  A deposit worth £105.25
$\cdot$  8 monthly deposits of £85.20
$\cdot$  One final instalment.
How much will Chris pay in his final instalment?