# Real Life Problems Calculator Foundation GCSE Questions AQA

Real Life Problems – Calculator – Foundation – GCSE Questions – AQA These questions are the same format as previous GCSE exams. COPY means they use the exact same numbers as the original GCSE question. Otherwise, they are clone questions using different numbers. The worksheets are provided in 2 sizes.

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AQA Foundation: November 2017 Paper 3, Q 9 1 AQA Foundation: November 2017 Paper 3, Q 9 A farmer has 624 eggs to put into boxes. The boxes come in three sizes. 1 A farmer has 624 eggs to put into boxes. The boxes come in three sizes. 6 eggs 12 eggs 24 eggs She wants at least 15 boxes of 24 eggs at least 10 boxes of 12 eggs at least 15 boxes of 6 eggs. The farmer fills 45 boxes with the 624 eggs. Show how she does this. [5 marks] Answer boxes of 24 eggs boxes of 12 eggs boxes of 6 eggs

AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 2, Q 11 1 Nick has a 6 -digit code. He remembers it as three 2 -digit numbers. The first number is between 10 and 20 The second number is 3 times the first number. The third number is 5 times the first number. All six digits are different. Work out the code. AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 2, Q 11 1 [3 marks] Answer Nick has a 6 -digit code. He remembers it as three 2 -digit numbers. The first number is between 10 and 20 The second number is 3 times the first number. The third number is 5 times the first number. All six digits are different. Work out the code. Answer [3 marks] Answer AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 2, Q 11 1 Nick has a 6 -digit code. He remembers it as three 2 -digit numbers. The first number is between 10 and 20 The second number is 3 times the first number. The third number is 5 times the first number. All six digits are different. Work out the code. AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 2, Q 11 1 [3 marks] Nick has a 6 -digit code. He remembers it as three 2 -digit numbers. The first number is between 10 and 20 The second number is 3 times the first number. The third number is 5 times the first number. All six digits are different. Work out the code. Answer [3 marks]

AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 3, Q 6 1 AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 3, Q 6 Kieran wants to go to all 23 home games at a football club. 1 Kieran wants to go to all 23 home games at a football club. For each game, a ticket costs £ 34 A season ticket costs £ 549 and gives entry to all 23 home games. In total, how much does Kieran save by buying a season ticket? [3 marks] Answer £

AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 3, Q 8 1 Jim has six banknotes. The value of each note is £ 5 or £ 10 or £ 20 He can make £ 20 with three notes. He can make £ 55 with four notes. He cannot make £ 25 with three notes. He cannot make £ 25 with four notes. List the six notes. AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 3, Q 8 1 [2 marks] Jim has six banknotes. The value of each note is £ 5 or £ 10 or £ 20 He can make £ 20 with three notes. He can make £ 55 with four notes. He cannot make £ 25 with three notes. He cannot make £ 25 with four notes. List the six notes. £ £ £ AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 3, Q 8 1 [2 marks] AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 3, Q 8 1 Jim has six banknotes. The value of each note is £ 5 or £ 10 or £ 20 He can make £ 20 with three notes. He can make £ 55 with four notes. He cannot make £ 25 with three notes. He cannot make £ 25 with four notes. List the six notes. [2 marks] £ £ £

AQA Foundation: November 2017 Paper 3, Q 9 1 A farmer has 624 eggs to put into boxes. The boxes come in three sizes. 6 eggs 12 eggs 24 eggs She wants at least 15 boxes of 24 eggs at least 10 boxes of 12 eggs at least 15 boxes of 6 eggs. The farmer fills 45 boxes with the 624 eggs. Show she does this. [5 marks] Answer boxes of 24 eggs boxes of 12 eggs boxes of 6 eggs

AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 3, Q 6 1 Kieran wants to go to all 23 home games at a football club. For each game, a ticket costs £ 34 A season ticket costs £ 549 and gives entry to all 23 home games. In total, how much does Kieran save by buying a season ticket? [3 marks] Answer £

AQA Foundation: November 2017 Paper 3, Q 9 1 A farmer has 624 eggs to put into boxes. The boxes come in three sizes. 6 eggs 12 eggs 24 eggs She wants at least 15 boxes of 24 eggs at least 10 boxes of 12 eggs at least 15 boxes of 6 eggs. 15 × 24 = 360 10 × 12 = 120 15 × 6 = 90 The farmer fills 45 boxes with the 624 eggs. Show she does this. Already decided: 360 + 120 + 90 = 570 eggs 15 + 10 + 15 = 40 boxes [5 marks] 624 – 570 = 54 remaining eggs 45 – 40 = 5 remaining boxes 1 large, 1 medium, 3 small = 54 Answer 15+1 = 16 10+1 = 11 15+3 = 18 boxes of 24 eggs boxes of 12 eggs boxes of 6 eggs

AQA Foundation: June 2018 Paper 3, Q 6 1 Kieran wants to go to all 23 home games at a football club. For each game, a ticket costs £ 34 A season ticket costs £ 549 and gives entry to all 23 home games. In total, how much does Kieran save by buying a season ticket? Cost without season ticket: 23 × 34 = £ 782 Cost with season ticket: £ 549 Saving: 782 – 549 = £ 233 Answer £ 233 [3 marks]

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