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9) 10 Miss Carr (No. S) 14 Miss Scott (No. 10) 14 Using a scale of 1 em for each number of flat on the horizontal axis and 1 em for one bottle of milk on the vertical axis, display this information on a bar chart. Find from the details: a) the total number of bottles that the milkman delivers during the course of the week, b) the total amount of money that he collects at the end of the week if the price of one bottle is 16p. 2 SETS OF POINTS 54 Some interesting results can be obtained when simple number properties are represented graphically.

6·3 X 0·24 29. 8-4 X 0·15 ~ -3 X 1·5 6. 2·5 X 2·1 9~ 8·2X1·6 5·3 X 2·4 6·4X2 ·5 2-4 X 0·18 9·6 X 0·09 9·2 X 0·16 8·2 X 0·13 5·6 X 0·25 12. 15. 18. 21. 24. 27. 30. Example 3 Find the value of the following a) 12·5+5 So 12 ·5 + 5 = 2 ·5 2 ·5 5 TiTS 10 2·5 2·5 (5 X 2) (5 X 0·5) 26 Part 2 Fractions b) 4·9-=- 7 b) 0·036-=- 0·06 Multiply the numerator and the denominator by 100 to make the divisor (0·06) a whole number. 0·7 7)4·9 4·9 (7 X 0·7) 0·036-=- 0·06 = So 4·9-=- 7 = 0·7 0 036 ' 0·06 = 0:::.. ·.

12. 15. 18. 21. 24. 27. 30. 14·5 7 5 26-4 7 6 4·8 7 3 8·773 3·577 3·6 7 6 37 5 87 5 17 7 5 56 7 5 1. 5·28 7 0·3 3. 8·54 7 0 ·7 5. 8{)5 7 0·5 7. 7·8 7 0·3 9. 9·670 ·5 . 11. 5·1670·6 13. 3·44 7 0·4 15. 0·98 7 0·7 17. 0·670 ·4 19. 0·76 7 0·02 21. 2·52 7 0·09 23. 1·7 7 0·05 25. 0·052 7 0·04 27. 0·095 70·05 29. 0·035 7 0·05 2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12. 14. 16. 18. 20. 22. 24. 26. 28. 30. 7·25 7 0·5 6·36 7 0·6 7·2 7 0-4 8·7 7 0·6 1·34 7 0·2 5·76 7 0·8 o·n 70·6 0·9 7 0·5 0·85 7 0·05 1·36 7 0·04 2·8 7 0·08 0·6 7 0·03 0·072 7 0·06 0{)24 7 0·03 0{)72 7 0 ·08 Example 4 Find the value of the following.

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