# Money - 9th grade (14y) - examples - page 6

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.- Savings and retirement

The older sibling has saved 44% more euros than the youngest, which represents 22 euros. How many euros older brother has saved ? - Cost reduction

Two MP3 players whose price was equal to originally have been discounted the first by 20%, the second by 35%. After the price reduction was the difference in their prices 750, - CZK. What was the original price of each of the two players? - Church roof 2

The roof has the shape of a rotating cone shell with a base diameter of 6 m and a height of 2.5 m. How many monez (CZK) will cost the roof cover sheet if 1 m^{2}of metal sheet costs 152 CZK and if you need 15% extra for joints, overlays and waste? - Four friends

Four friends shared the money. Vasek got 1/4 of the total amount. Tonda received 1/3 of the rest of the money, Joe got a half from the second residue and Jirka left 80. How much money get together? - Remuneration

Total remuneration for workers is 47 000 CZK. The second worker received 20% more than the first and third 4000 CZK less than a second employee. How many CZK each received? - Savings

Paul has a by half greater savings than half Stanley, but the same savings as Radek. Staney save 120 CZK less than Radek. What savings have 3 boys together? - Euros

Peter, Jane and Thomas have together € 550. Tomas has 20 euros more than Jane, Peter € 150 less than Thomas. Determine how much has each of them. - Electricity consumption cost

Last year Karol family reduced its electricity consumption by 31% compared to the previous year and paid CZK 2883 less. How many CZK is electricity last year and how many two year ago? - BTC bubble

One of the world's experts in bubbles -- Prof. Robert Shiller, a Yale economist -- said Bitcoin "was an amazing example of a bubble" back in 2014. If you exchange fiat US dollar $100 to BTC in 2010, now in 2017 have value of 72.9 millions dollars. Find. - Money

Peter has 2x more money than Michael. But if Peter gave Michael € 16 Michael would have 3.5 times more money than Peter. Determine how much money was originally Peter and how much Michael. - Candies

The price for 1 kg of more expensive candies is 125 CZK. The price for 1 kg of cheaper candy is 100 CZK. We mix two different mixtures of candy. A) The first mixture contains 2 kg more expensive and 0.5 kg cheaper candy. Calculate the price for 1 kg of t - Price saleoff

Shoes standing y euros. At first they were discounted by 12% and then 50% of the new amount. After this double cheapening the cost was exactly 22 euros. Determine the original price of shoes. - Unknown amount of money

Damian and Denis split an unknown amount in the ratio of 5:4 . Damian got six euros more than Denis. Calculate an unknown amount. Determine how much money got Damian and how Denis. - Comparing salaries

Spouses compared salaries. Mrs. Janka found that a 20% higher salary than Mr Jaroslav. Together earned € 1,430. How much they earn each of them? - 3 masons

3 masons received 7,700 CZK. The second half received 1/2 more than the first and third twice more than the second mason. How much they each got crowns? - Washing mashine

Family buy a washing machine for 350e. Cash paid 280e. What percentage of the total price must still pay the washer? - Kaufland sales-off

As a rule the goods to the approaching end consumption in Kaufland three days before the end of the consumption to 30% off and one day before the end of the consumption to 50% discounts. Sometimes however the seller has been mistaken and the second discoun - Sum of money

On a certain sum of money, invested at the rate of 10% compounded annually, the difference between the interests of the first year and the third year is 315 . Find the sum. - Sales off

shoes cost x euros. First they are discounted by 50%, and then 25% of the new amount. Determine what percentage of the total cost is cheaper. - Boys and money

270 USD boys divided so that Peter got three times more than Paul and Ivan has 120 USD more than than Paul. How much each received?

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