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Maths

  1. 1. Maths Assignment By Connor Crossland
  2. 2. IV'E WON £5000000 I paid off my debts and loans by subtracting £800,000 off £5,000,000 which equals £4,200,000.
  3. 3. My Chosen Charity My chosen charity is Claire house.I worked this out by doing this sum :£4,200,000 x 20%=£840,000 so I am left with £3,360,000.
  4. 4. Dream Home For £1million MY DREAM HOUSE WOULD BE IN FLORIDA FOR EXACTLY £1MILLION . I WOULD WORK THIS ONE OUT BY DEDUCTING £1MILLION FROM THE PREVIOUS BALANCE THIS LEAVES £2,360,000.
  5. 5. Holiday Home In A Warm Climate and an apartment in a cold climate. My Holiday home would be a lodge on the bank of Windermere which will cost £200,000 . And my place in a hot climate is located in Portugal for £200,000 . The total amount of money left is :£1,960,000
  6. 6. A Car for 1/50 of my money costs £39,200 My car(Nissan murano) will cost £32,000 the total is now :£1,928,000.
  7. 7. Giving My Family Money I am going to give each of my family a sum of money. Mum=£61,000 Dad=£28,000 Brother=£10,000 Sister=£5,000 =£104,000 £1,928,000-£104,000=£1,824,000
  8. 8. £600,000 ON? Executive Box at Everton F.C=£50,000 Speed Boat=£60,000 Race Horse=£100,000 Holiday In China To Watch The World Badminton Finals=£20,000 Picasso Painting=£300,000 Harley Davidson Motorbike=£70,000 =£600,000 This leaves this me with £1,224,000
  9. 9. Investing! I will invest £104,000 in stocks and shares and £104,000 in gold . £1,224,000-£208,000=£1,016,000 The rest of my money will be stored in my bank.

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