 A group of 200 pupils was asked to name their favourite sports. The pie chart shows their choices and the number of pupils who chose each of the sports. Which sports was chosen by 25% of the pupils? Give the answer in letter. 1 m
The pie chart shows how a class of 40 students go to school. What percentage of the class walk to school? 1 m
The pie chart represents the number of stationery sold by a shopkeeper. An equal number of markers and staplers were sold. What percentage of the stalks of flowers sold were markers? 2 m
The bar graph shows the number of printers sold by Mr. Owen in 4 months. The bar that shows the number of printers sold in December has not been drawn. The number of printers sold in October was 30% of the total number of printers sold in the 4 months.
1. What was the total number of printers sold in the 4 months?
2. What was the number of printers sold in December? 2 m
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Adam and Bryan share some stickers.
When Adam gives 10 to B, Bryan's share increases by 20%.

1. Number of stickers that Bryan increases by in percentage = _____%
2. Number of stickers that Bryan has in the end in percentage = _____ %
3. _____% of Bryan's stickers is the same as 10.
4. Number of stickers that Bryan has at first = _____
3 m
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Adam and Bryan share some stickers.
When Adam gives 10 to Bryan, Adam's share decreases by 20%.

1. Number of stickers that Adam decreases by in percentage = _____%
2. Number of stickers that Adam has in the end in percentage = _____ %
3. _____% of Adam's stickers is the same as 10.
4. Number of stickers that Adam has at first = _____
3 m
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Number of boys at first is 30% of the children.
Number of boys is then increased to 40%.

1. Number of boys at first = _____ u
2. Number of boys in the end = _____ u
3. Increase in the number of boys = _____ u
4. Number of children in the end = _____ u
4 m
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Number of boys at first is 40% of the children.
Number of boys is then decreased to 30%.

1. Number of boys at first = _____ u
2. Number of boys in the end = _____ u
3. Decrease in the number of boys = _____ u
4. Number of children in the end = _____ u
4 m
A shop sells shirts in four different sizes. The table shows the number of T-shirts sold in June for size S, M and L but not XL.
1. 50% of the shirts sold were in size M. How many of the shirts sold were in size XL?
2. In July the number of shirts sold in size XL remained the same but there was an increase in the number of shirts sold in the other sizes. Did the percentage of the shirts sold in size XL (1) increase, (2) decrease or (3) remain the same from June to July? Give the answer in number. (Eg 1) 2 m
Olivia and Fiona shared a box of chocolates. Olivia had 72% of the total chocolates. if Olivia gave 66 of her chocolates to Fiona, both would have the same number of chocolates. How many chocolates did Olivia have?
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