1.
Peter is offered a job in accounting. His pay starts at $280 per week, an increment of $45 per week at the end of each year. How much will his weekly wage be at the end of year 5?
2.
Jacob is offered a job in car sales. His pay starts at $290 per week, an increment of $50 per week at the end of each year. How much will his weekly wage be at the end of year 4?
3.
Martin is offered a job in property sales. His pay starts at $300 per week, an increment of $55 per week at the end of each year. How much will his weekly wage be at the end of year 3?
4.
Kris is offered a job in chemical sales. His pay starts at $310 per week, an increment of $60 per week at the end of each year. How much will his weekly wage be at the end of year 5?
5.
Carey is offered a job in automotive servicing. His pay starts at $320 per week, an increment of $65 per week at the end of each year. How much will his weekly wage be at the end of year 6?
6.
Brian is offered a job in tourism. His pay starts at $330 per week, an increment of $70 per week at the end of each year. How much will his weekly wage be at the end of year 7?
7.
Liz is offered a job in childcare. His pay starts at $340 per week, an increment of $75 per week at the end of each year. How much will his weekly wage be at the end of year 5?
8.
Carly is offered a job in house design. His pay starts at $350 per week, an increment of $80 per week at the end of each year. How much will his weekly wage be at the end of year 4?
9.
Max is offered a job in architecture. His pay starts at $360 per week, an increment of $85 per week at the end of each year. How much will his weekly wage be at the end of year 3?
10.
Andrew has been saving for an overseas trip to Fiji. He has saved up $1200 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $65 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
11.
Bert has been saving for an overseas trip to Paris. He has saved up $1250 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $80 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
12.
David has been saving for an overseas trip to London. He has saved up $1300 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $90 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
13.
Eli has been saving for an overseas trip to New York. He has saved up $1350 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $85 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
14.
Frank has been saving for an overseas trip to England. He has saved up $1400 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $70 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
15.
Gary has been saving for an overseas trip to Africa. He has saved up $1450 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $60 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
16.
Harold has been saving for an overseas trip to New Zealand. He has saved up $1500 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $80 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
17.
Ian has been saving for an overseas trip to Bali. He has saved up $1550 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $50 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
18.
Jack has been saving for an overseas trip to Thailand. He has saved up $1600 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $55 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
19.
Keith has been saving for an overseas trip to Japan. He has saved up $1650 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $90 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
20.
Lisa has been saving for an overseas trip to China. He has saved up $1700 to cover expenses while he is away. He has calculated he can live on $60 per day while away. How many many days can he be away before he runs out of money?
21.
A superball rolled off the top from the top of a building metres tall. When it bounces, it rebounds to 75% of its height. Calculate the maximum height the ball will reach after bounce number 4. (Give answer in cms)
22.
A superball rolled off the top from the top of a building metres tall. When it bounces, it rebounds to 70% of its height. Calculate the maximum height the ball will reach after bounce number 5. (Give answer in cms)
23.
A superball rolled off the top from the top of a building metres tall. When it bounces, it rebounds to 65% of its height. Calculate the maximum height the ball will reach after bounce number 6. (Give answer in cms)
24.
A superball rolled off the top from the top of a building metres tall. When it bounces, it rebounds to 60% of its height. Calculate the maximum height the ball will reach after bounce number 4. (Give answer in cms)
25.
A superball rolled off the top from the top of a building metres tall. When it bounces, it rebounds to 55% of its height. Calculate the maximum height the ball will reach after bounce number 5. (Give answer in cms)