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Qwizdom - Higher percentage qwizdom

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An interactive maths quiz designed for use with Qwizdom Interactive Voting Systems

An interactive maths quiz designed for use with Qwizdom Interactive Voting Systems

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  • 1. Please enter your answer
    • What is the decimal equivalent of 24%?
  • 2. Please enter your answer
    • What is the decimal equivalent of 14.5%
  • 3. Please enter your answer
    • Shannon got 26 out of 85 for a test. What is this as a percentage? (nearest percent)
  • 4. Please enter your answer
    • Kat eats 35 out of 65 cookies. What percentage does she eat? (nearest percent)
  • 5. Please enter your answer
    • To increase a quantity by 24% we multiply it by………?
  • 6. Please enter your answer
    • To increase a quantity by 3% we multiply it by………?
  • 7. Please enter your answer
    • To decrease a quantity by 3% we multiply it by………?
  • 8. Please enter your answer
    • To decrease a quantity by …..% we multiply it by 0.905?
  • 9. Please enter your answer
    • Increase £43 by 13%
  • 10. Please enter your answer
    • Decrease £38 by 16%
  • 11. Please enter your answer
    • What is the percentage increase from £26 to £33.28?
  • 12. Please enter your answer
    • What is the percentage decrease from £36 to £30.60?
  • 13. Please enter your answer
    • What is the percentage decrease from £140 to £101.50?
  • 14. Please enter your answer
    • A garage increases its prices by 4% in September. In the following January the prices go up again by 6%.
    • If a car cost £8450 initially, how much would it cost after both increases ?
  • 15. Please enter your answer
    • My bank account pays me 5% interest each year. As a percentage, how much interest would I have earned after 3 years? (2 decimal places)
  • 16. Please enter your answer
    • Calculate the final amount (to the nearest penny) if £400 is invested at 3%pa for 8 years.
  • 17. Please enter your answer
    • Calculate the final amount (to the nearest penny) if £6230 is invested at 5.2% pa for 11 years.
  • 18. Please enter your answer
    • A credit card company charges 2.5% interest per month. What is the overall percentage rate of interest for a year? (1 dp)
  • 19. Please enter your answer
    • The price of a theatre ticket goes up 50% to become £60. What was its original price?
  • 20. Please enter your answer
    • A restaurant adds 15% service charge to a meal. If the total cost of a meal is £92, how much would it be without the service charge?
  • 21. Please enter your answer
    • The cost of a car goes down 30% to £8400 after a year. How much was it originally?
  • 22. Please enter your answer
    • The price of a coat goes down by 14% to £27.95 in a sale. How much was it before?
  • 23. Please enter your answer
    • A shop sells a computer for £423 including VAT. How much would it cost before VAT is added?
    Hint: VAT is charged at 17.5%
  • 24. Please enter your answer
    • The number of visitors to a theme park increases drops by 18% between 2005 and 2006. It then increases by 20% between 2006 and 2007. Calculate the overall percentage decrease. (1dp)
  • 25. Yes or No
    • Lord Gates is thinking of increasing the entrance fee to his castle by 15%. His advisors have told him that this will reduce the number of visitors by 14%. Should he increase the fee??