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##### 1. Question

Kylie buys 8 tomatoes and 5 lettuces for \($4.75\). John buys 9 tomatoes and 2 lettuces for \($3.35\). How much does each type of vegetable cost?

tomato = cents, lettuce = cents

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##### 2. Question

Ben drove from Town A to Town B, a distance of \( 60 \) km, at an average speed of \( 80 \) km/h. He cycled back at an average speed of \( 20 \) km/h. Find his average speed for the whole journey.

*Note that it is not \( \textit{50} \) km/h.*Answer: km/h

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##### 3. Question

For a “55 days interest-free” credit card, calculate the interest charged on a purchase of \$7600 made on 11 November and repaid on 12 January next year with a purchase interest rate of 21% per annum.

$ , correcting to the nearest cent

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##### 4. Question

Given the principal is \$5500, the interest rate is 14.4% per annum and the monthly repayment is \$320, find the principal reduced during the first 2 months.

Balance at the end of the 1

^{st}month: $

Balance at the end of the 2^{nd}month: $

Principal reduced during the first 2 months: $ , correcting to the nearest cent

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##### 5. Question

Andrew takes out a \$87000 home loan. The terms of the loan are 8.4% per annum compounded monthly over 20 years, with monthly repayments.

Find the following, correct to the nearest cent.Monthly repayment: $

Total amount paid: $

Total interest paid: $

CorrectIncorrect##### Hint

\( \displaystyle M = PV \times \frac{r \times (1+r)^n}{(1+r)^n-1} \)

- Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

The scores \(3,4,4,4,x,7,8,9\) in ascending order have a median of \( 5 \). Find \(x\).

\( x = \)

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Median is the middle value of the ordered data set.

- Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

What is the age of the child who is 35 kg?

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##### 8. Question

Use technology to find the equation, \(y = mx + b\) of the linear regression for the data by considering any outliers. Express coefficients correct to two decimal places.

\( \begin{array}{|c|c|c|} \hline

x & 1 &4 &8 &13 &15 &19 &21 \\ \hline

y & -58 &24 &31 &120 &38 &45 &47 \\ \hline

\end{array} \)\(m = \) , \(b = \)

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##### 9. Question

The rate of 1 teacher per 14 students is used to staff a school. How many teachers will be required for a school with 745 students?

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##### 10. Question

The angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio \( 2:3:4:6 \).

Find the difference in magnitude between the smallest and largest angles.

Answer: degrees

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