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### Estimating

Bronwin works in a restaurant.

The table gives her rates of pay.

Bronwin worked for a total of 20 hours last week.

She worked 8 of these 20 hours at the weekend.

Show that Bronwin was paid less than £200 last week.

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### Algebra and Inequalities

A) Solve 4(x – 5) = 18

B) -3 < t≤ 2

t is an integer.

Write down all the possible values of t.

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### Direct Proportion Problems

3 kg of meat costs £54

Nina buys 2 kg of the meat.

Work out how much Nina pays.

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### Collecting Data

Tim and three friends go on holiday together for a week.

The 4 friends will share the costs of the holiday equally.

Here are the costs of the holiday.

£1280 for 4 return plane tickets

£640 for the villa

£220 for hire of a car for the week

Work out how much Tim has to pay for his share of the costs.

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### Algebra

A) Solve 3x + 7 = 1

B) f = 6

g = 5

Work out the value of 3f – 2g

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### Multiplier

Write down three different multiples of 4 that add up to 40

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### Loci, Scale Drawing

A, B and C are three points on a map.

1 cm represents 100 metres.

Point T is 250 metres from point A.

Point T is equidistant from point B and point C.

On the map, show one of the possible positions for point T.