## Money Exercise

1. (a) A newspaper costs 92 cents each day. I buy a newspaper every day for 8 weeks. How much will they cost in total?

(b) I buy a three CDs for \$32.50 each. (i) How much do I have to pay? (ii) How much change will I get from five \$20 notes?

(c) A car dealer buys three cars for \$3,450, \$4,290 and \$5,200. He sells them for a total of \$20,000. How much profit does he make?

 KIWIFRUIT 86 cents per kg CHOCOLATE BARS 2 for \$2.70 What is the cost of: (a) 9 bars of chocolate? (b) 4 dozen eggs? (c) 5 crayfish? (d) 3.5 kg of kiwifruit? (e) 3 eggs? (f) What is the total cost of the groceries? (g) What would this total be rounded to? CRAYFISH \$21 each EGGS \$1.40 per half doz.

3. Round the following amounts of money to the nearest 5 cents.

(a) 49 cents
(b) \$3.87
(c) \$5.31
(d) \$100.04

4. The following table shows the cost PER DAY (in New Zealand dollars) of rental cars in Britain:

 Type of car Doors/seats 3-6 days 7-21 days More than 21 days Fiat Sciecento 3/3 68 52 51 Peugeot 306 5/4 112 90 86 Volvo S40 4/5 157 141 131

(a) What is the cost of renting the Fiat for 22 days?

(b) Which is cheaper? The Peugeot for 7 days or the Volvo for 4 days?

(c) A family wants to rent a 3 door car for a week and a 5 seat car for three weeks. How much will it cost in total?

5. How much change (round where necessary) would I get from \$10 when I purchase:

(a) Four bars of chocolate at \$1.95 each?

(b) 9 litres of petrol at 94 cents per litre?

(c) 4 loaves of bread at \$2.12 each?