Nat 5 Apps: Percentages
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  • Question 1
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    What is 12\frac{1}{2}   as a percentage? 

    answer
    50%
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    50
  • Question 2
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    What is  35\frac{3}{5}  as a percentage?

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    60%
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    60
  • Question 3
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    What is 13\frac{1}{3}   as a percentage? (1 decimal place)

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    33.3%
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    33.3
  • Question 4
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    What is 40% of £2400

    answer
    £480
  • Question 5
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    Henry got 75% of the available marks in a test. If the test was out of 68, how many marks did Henry get correct?

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    51
  • Question 6
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    Robin is looking at buying a new pair of shoes. She has a coupon which gives her 12% off a pair of shoes. How much would she save on a pair costing £92?

    answer
    £11.04
  • Question 7
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    The weight of a bag allowed on an airplane is 22kg.


    Mrs Jones is going to the airport and finds out she has packed 5% more than the allowed amount. What is the weight of Mrs Jones' bag?

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    23.1kg
  • Question 8
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    In a sale there is 14% off the price of a TV.


    If the TV costs £360 at full price, how much will it cost in the sale?

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    £309.60
  • Question 9
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    What is 30 out of 56 as a percentage?

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    54%

    62%

    60%

    30%

  • Question 10
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    A house is bought for £120,000


    Several years later it is sold for £145,000


    What is the profit as a percentage of the original amount?

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    83%

    78%

    21%

    17%

  • Question 11
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    A house is bought for £85,000.


    The value of the house increase for 3% for the next 4 years.


    What will the value of the house be in 4 years?


    Give your answer to 2 significant figures.

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    £12000

    £85000

    £240000

    £96000

  • Question 12
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    The population of a city in the year 2008 is 1,500,000.


    The population is set to decrease by 1.5% annually.


    What will the population be in the year 2017?


    Give your answer to the nearest hundred thousand.

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    125000

    131000

    172000

    148000

  • Question 13
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    Thomas buys a car for £35,000


    The value of the car drops by 7% for the first 3 years.

    It then drops by 3% the following 2 years.


    What will the value of the car be after 5 years?


    Give your answer to 2 significant figures.

    answer choices

    £26000

    £31000

    £19000

    £25000

  • Question 14
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    The value of a painting in a gallery is £340,000.


    The value of the painting increases by 7% annually for 4 years.


    It increases a further 5% a year for the following 3 years.


    What is the value of the painting in 7 years?


    Give your answer to 2 significant figures.

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    £670000

    £520000

    £490000

    £350000

  • Question 15
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    The amount of members in a golf club drops by 20% and it is not 192. How many members did the club have before?

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    230

    230

    255

    240

  • Question 16
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    The price of a house increases by 10% and it is now £132,000. What was the value of the house before the increase?

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    £111000

    £115000

    £120000

    £95000

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