# Money Maths: Level 6

## Test your skills and understanding with this money calculations online exercise.

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This is level 6, mixed real-life questions. You can earn a trophy if you get at least 9 correct and you do this activity online.

 Cory buys a chocolate bar for 31p and a drink for 43p. How much does he need to pay altogether? p Carli pays £10 for her shopping. If her shopping costs £4.89 how much change will she receive? £ Carol had £5.72 in her purse at the beginning of the week. During the week she spent £2.93 how much did she have left at the end of the week? £ Find the cost of a bag of 14 bottles of floor cleaner if the bottles cost £2.61 each. £ How much will it cost for a party of 13 people to go ice skating if it costs £1.55 per person. £ If a bill for dinner of £46.10 is shared between 5 people how much does each person have to pay? £ Sam buys a book for £6.65 and a movie for £4.85. How much does he pay altogether? £ Sue pays £50 for her shopping. If her shopping costs £29.72 how much change will she receive? £ Surjit had £38.22 in his wallet at the beginning of the week. During the week he spent £18.24 how much did he have left at the end of the week? £ Find the cost of a box of 35 components if they cost £6.87 each. £ How much will it cost for a group of 25 people to go go-karting if it costs £6.13 per person. £ If the bill for a brunch of £207.67 is shared between 19 people how much does each person have to pay? £
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This is Money Maths level 6. You can also try:
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## Description of Levels

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Coins and Notes - Sharpen your money management skills by recognising and counting current currency coins and notes

Level 1 - Adding amounts of money

Level 2 - Subtracting amounts of money (giving change!)

Level 3 - Multiplying an amount of money by a number

Level 4 - Dividing an amount of money by a number

Level 5 - Finding a percentage of an amount of money

Level 6 - Mixed real-life questions

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## Help

One of the important aspects of this quiz is typing in the answer in the correct format. When expressing amounts of money it is standard practice to include two decimal places if the answer is not a whole number of the major unit (pounds, dollars etc).

Eg., six point seven pounds would be written as £6.70 and not £6.7

For the purposes of this exercise type in a whole number of pounds without the decimal places.

Eg., twelve pounds should be written as £12 and not £12.00

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£1.72 + 65p

To perform this addition, first convert 65p to pounds. 65p is £0.65.

So, the calculation is £1.72 + £0.65.

Align the decimal points and add:

$\begin{array}{r} 1.72 \\ + 0.65 \\ \hline 2.37 \\ \end{array}$

Therefore, £1.72 + 65p = £2.37.

### Level 2: Subtraction

£92.51 - £70.74

Align the decimal points and subtract:

$\begin{array}{r} 92.51 \\ - 70.74 \\ \hline 21.77 \\ \end{array}$

Therefore, £92.51 - £70.74 = £21.77.

### Level 3: Multiplication

£7.29 × 5

Multiply each digit of £7.29 by 5:

$\begin{array}{r} 7.29 \\ \times 5 \\ \hline 36.45 \\ \end{array}$

Therefore, £7.29 × 5 = £36.45.

### Level 4: Division

£110.97 ÷ 9

Divide £110.97 by 9:

Perform the division step-by-step just as you do with the bus stop method:

Step 1. 110 ÷ 9 = 12 remainder 2.
Step 2. 29 ÷ 9 = 3 remainder 2.
Step 3. 27 ÷ 9 = 3.

So, £110.97 ÷ 9 = £12.33.

### Level 5: Percentage

Find 40% of £56.80

First, find 10% (one tenth) of £56.80 = £5.68.

Multiply £5.68 by 4 to find the required 40%:

$\text{Alternatively } 56.80 \times 0.40 = 22.72$

Therefore, 40% of £56.80 is £22.72.

### Level 6: Mixed Calculations

Sue pays £50 for her shopping. If her shopping costs £27.59, how much change will she receive?

Subtract the cost from the amount paid:

$50.00 - 27.59 = 22.41$

Therefore, Sue will receive £22.41 in change.

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