# Money - 9th grade (14y) - examples

Money or finance are an essential medium of exchange, a unit of account and store of value in modern society. Mathematical examples helps to get basic financial literacy.- Loss

A bookstore purchased from a publisher the biography of a well-known politician for R15 per copy, but sales have been very poor. The manager has decided to mark the copies down to R12 each to make a quick sale. Calculate the loss on each book as a percenta - The sales

The sales tax rate is 4.447% for the city and 4% for the state. Find the total amount paid for 2 boxes of chocolates at $17.96 each. - Exchange rates

If the Canadian dollar appreciated by C$0.005 relative to the US dollar, what would be the new value of the Canadian dollar per US dollar? Assume the current exchange rate was US$1 = C$0.907. - Tickets 4

Stacey is selling tickets to the school play. The tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for children. She sells twice as many adult tickets as children's tickets and brings in a total of $342. How many of each kind of ticket did she sell? - Discount

The dress was discounted by CZK 115, which was 12% of the original price. What is the cost of the dress after the discount? - Sugars

In what ratio must two sorts of sugar, costing #390 and #315 per kg respectively, be mixed in order to produce a mixture worth #369 per kg? - Bricklayer

How much do we pay for a bricklayer laying a pavement in a square room with a diagonal of 8 m, if 1 sqm with work will cost for CZK 420? - Bonus

Gross wage was 527 EUR including 16% bonus. How many EUR were bonuses? - Store

One meter of the textile were discounted by 2 USD. Now 9 m of textile cost as before 8 m. Calculate the old and new price of 1 m of the textile. - Cone A2V

Surface of cone in the plane is a circular arc with central angle of 126° and area 415 dm^{2}. Calculate the volume of a cone. - Engineer Kažimír

The difference between politicians-demagogues and reasonable person with at least primary education beautifully illustrated by the TV show example. "Engineer" Kažimír says that during their tenure there was a large decline in the price of natural gas, pri - VAT

John paid 100 Euros in store for purchase. Calculate value added tax (VAT), which paid in purchase, if the VAT rate is 20%. - Inflation

Once upon a time, tsar owned a money printer and printed and printed. The result of printing money prices went up,in the first year 3.9 %, in the second 6%, in the third 4.7% and in the fourth 5.5%. Then tsar was failed in election. Calculate the aver - Rates

When gas consumption, the consumer may choose one of two rates: rate A - which pays 0.4 € per 1 m^{3}of gas a flat monthly fee of 3.9 € (regardless of consumption) rate B - which pays 0.359 € per 1 m^{3}of gas a flat monthly fee of 12.5 € From what monthl - Negative percentage

In 2004, the company had a loss of 40900 Euros. Two years later he was already in profit 48900 Eur. Calculate what percentage of the company increased profits in this two years. - Sphere slices

Calculate volume and surface of a sphere, if the radii of parallel cuts r_{1}=31 cm, r_{2}=92 cm and its distance v=25 cm. - Profitable bank deposit 2012

Calculate the value of what money lose creditor with a deposit € 9500 for 4 years if the entire duration are interest 2.6% p.a. and tax on interest is 19% and annual inflation is 3.7% (Calculate what you will lose if you leave money lying idle at negative - Discount

Product has been discounted twice by 19%. What is the total discount given? - Sale

If the product twice price cut by 25%, what percentage was price cut in total? - Stock market

Simon one day decided to invest € 69000 to the stock market. After six months he invested July 19 stock markets fell by 55%. Fortunately for Simon from July 19 5 to October 19 his shares have risen by 19%. Simon is then: ?

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