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    Sep 1, 2012, 07:32 AM
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    There will be 200 people at the wedding including chris and kerry. In the room for the wedding there will be one large rectangular table for 10 people, circular tables for up to 8 people per table.
    They will use the large rectangular table.
    How many circular tables will they need?

    Is it 24?
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    Sep 1, 2012, 07:35 AM
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    Sanjay organises a hcarity bike ride called the 'manscot' bike ride.
    The bike ride has three stages.

    Stage 1 - machester to leeds
    Stage 2 - leeds to carlisle
    Stage 3 - carlisle to edinburgh

    The distance in km, between the cities are shown in the table

    Machester
    64 leeds
    160 148 carlisle
    279 260 119 edinburgh

    Calculate the total distance of the bike ride
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    Sep 1, 2012, 07:36 AM
    Yes. 24.
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    Sep 1, 2012, 07:37 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Nargis786 View Post
    sanjay organises a hcarity bike ride called the 'manscot' bike ride.
    the bike ride has three stages.

    stage 1 - machester to leeds
    stage 2 - leeds to carlisle
    stage 3 - carlisle to edinburgh

    the distance in km, between the cities are shown in the table

    machester
    64 leeds
    160 148 carlisle
    279 260 119 edinburgh

    calculate the total distance of the bike ride

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    Sep 1, 2012, 07:39 AM
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    Sally takes aprt in a charity bike ride.
    The total distance of the bike ride is 134 kilometres.
    The bike ride has 8 equal stages.

    Sally injures her leg during the bike ride and has to stop
    She completes 72000 metres of the bike ride.

    Sally is sponsored by two different companies.

    1. cycles r us - £255 per stage completed
    2. health food shop - £15 per km completed

    Which company will give sally the most sponsor
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    Sep 1, 2012, 07:43 AM
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    the headline in the newspaper last year was 'nottpool raises £2 for every £1 raised by manscot'.

    sanjay knows that manscot raised £150 000 last year

    the total raised last year by the two bike rides was £450 000

    was the newspaper headline correct?

    I guessed yes because 450000-150000 = 300000
    150 000 x 2 = 300000

    is this correct?
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    Sep 1, 2012, 07:48 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by JudyKayTee View Post
    It is AMHD policy not to do homework - please post your answer and someone will come along to review it.

    You don't learn anything if an AMHD member does the work for you.

    What have you done so far?
    I am really stuck on this question, I need help in working it out, not the answer but how I woulg go about in working it out
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    Sep 1, 2012, 07:57 AM
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    the headline in a newspaper last year was 'nottpool raises £2 for every £1 raised by manscot'.

    sanjay knows that manscot raised £150 000 last year
    the total last year by the two bike rides was £450 000

    was the newspaper headline correct?

    the answer I got is yes because 450 000 - 150 000 = 300 000
    150 000 x 2 = 300 000

    is this calcualtion correct?

    Also this year nottpool raised £200 000 and manscot raised £50 000
    what do you think this headline will say?

    I need help with this
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    Sep 1, 2012, 08:01 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Nargis786 View Post
    i am really stuck on this question, i need help in working it out, not the answer but how i woulg go about in working it out

    You've posted 4 questions. Which one can't you figure out?
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    Sep 1, 2012, 08:01 AM
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    the total distance of a charity bike ride is 134 km.
    the bike ride has 8 equal stages.
    sally injured her leg during the bike ride and has to stop.
    she completes 72 000 metres of the bike ride.

    sally is sponsored by 2 different companies.
    1. cycles r us - £255 per stage completed
    2. health food shop - £15 per km completed

    which company will give sally the most sponsor money?

    so far I have got 72 000m = 72 km
    15 x 72 = 1080

    is this correct, how would I work out the other one
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    Sep 1, 2012, 08:04 AM
    The bike ride from different cities

    Sanjay organises a hcarity bike ride called the 'manscot' bike ride.
    The bike ride has three stages.

    Stage 1 - machester to leeds
    Stage 2 - leeds to carlisle
    Stage 3 - carlisle to edinburgh

    The distance in km, between the cities are shown in the table

    Machester
    64 leeds
    160 148 carlisle
    279 260 119 edinburgh

    Calculate the total distance of the bike ride
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    Sep 1, 2012, 08:48 AM
    You need to figure out how many stages she completed.
    The 134 km have 8 stages of equal distance. So how many km are that per stage?
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    Sep 1, 2012, 09:07 AM
    Is it 16.75 km

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