hi bob bundy mandy here could you point me to some past papers so i can have a go please? like today please?
I'm sending one as a pdf in an email.
The time of sending is about 12.58.
Let me know that it has arrived.
hi steveb mandy newland here sorry i have not been on here but had a lot of things to sort out ok? i have sent you an email about this ok? hope you are ok hope bob bundy is ok to? hope we can get back to maths now i have got myself sorted out? send email or leave message on here please please get back as i miss are chats ok?
Hi Mandy. I have sent you an email. Welcome back.
hi stevb mandy here i will on here tomorrow night around 7.00pm ok will you be there? send me message now and let me know please
That is fine by me.
see you on here at 7.00pm torrow then?
hi steve b mandy here sorry it is a bit later then i said? can you send me a mixture of question to do please? hope you are ok?
Karen and Lisa have earned £400 in total.
It is to be split into a ratio as follows:
Karen gets £2 for every £3 Lisa gets given.
That is to say a 2 : 3 ratio.
How much is Lisa paid ?
hi steve b send me the question and i will have them done for you tomorrow ok?
That was one to try I can make up a few more a bit later and send them by email.
hi steve is the answer(c) 200 am i right
No that is not the right answer. What was your method for that ?
Last edited by SteveB (2013-11-01 07:49:07)
hi steve b can you should me what to do then?
I was hoping for this method:
(1) First divide the total of £400 into 5 equal parts. £400 / 5 = £80
(2) Then give 3 of them to Lisa: £80 x 3 = £240
Notice that Karen gets £160, and that £160 + £240 = £400
This is a useful checking method for ratio questions.
ok do you have aother that i can try please?
Try splitting £400 into a 3:1 ratio
How much does each person get ?
Let us say that Gary has the 3 and Mike has the 1 in this case.
Last edited by SteveB (2013-11-01 07:55:10)
400 / 4 = 100
300 x 1 = 300
am i right or not
Yes provided you get them the right way round that is correct. In a real question you would have to give the
named people if the question asked this. In a real question the English would be clearer - I wrote that in a rush....
Another one before I forget it £210 is to be split into a 2:5 ratio.
The five parts are to go to Peter and two parts of it are to go to John.
How much does John get given ?
How much does Peter get given ?
Last edited by SteveB (2013-11-01 08:02:53)
210 / 5 = 42
42 x 5 = 210 is peter
42 x 2 = 84 is john
am i right or not?
Now look at what you have written and do this: Add together the two amounts - do they add up to £210 ?