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Chris Graham  said  Ready to use  3 years, 4 months ago 
Stanislav Duris  said  Needs to be tested  3 years, 4 months ago 
Christian LawsonPerfect  said  Has some problems  3 years, 4 months ago 
Hannah Aldous  said  Has some problems  3 years, 5 months ago 
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Chris Graham 3 years, 4 months ago
Gave some feedback: Ready to use
Chris Graham 3 years, 4 months ago
Looks good.
Stanislav Duris 3 years, 4 months ago
Published this.Stanislav Duris 3 years, 4 months ago
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I made this question after Vicky suggested making a question where the student is asked to find the original 100% value given a value of for example 85%, because many students seem to struggle with this type of a question. If it needs any adjustments, please make sure the focus is still on finding the original 100%.
Stanislav Duris 3 years, 4 months ago
Thank you, I've reworded the question how you suggested. You were right about the fact that buying a fridge impulsively is a bit silly and unrealistic haha so I removed it now.
Lauren Richards 3 years, 4 months ago
 Are you absolutely sure you want to pick fridge as an option for the object? The scenario talks about Josh really liking Emily's fridge and thus buying it on a bit of a whim, but I don't think that really happens with fridges! I think you'd only purchase it if your fridge happened to be broken. It is quite funny though so up to you whether you keep or change it.
 I would reword parts of the question slightly, just to make the focus a bit stronger. Part a)  "When Josh told Emily how much he had paid for the {item}, Emily said the price had decreased by 30% since she bought it. How much did Emily pay for the fridge?"
 Good, clear advice!
 I think the question is really good and a valid realworld example scenario!
Stanislav Duris 3 years, 4 months ago
Gave some feedback: Needs to be tested
Stanislav Duris 3 years, 4 months ago
I have fixed everything. There is a different price range for every item, I made sure these are all realistic compared to the actual market right now.
All the original prices now end with .99. It would not be random enough if I still wanted the discounted price to end with .99 as well and still have integer percentages, so now, the new discounted price ends with .x9. I think this is good and realistic enough.
Christian LawsonPerfect 3 years, 4 months ago
Gave some feedback: Has some problems
Christian LawsonPerfect 3 years, 4 months ago
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Currently, the maximum price that can be picked is £800, and the maximum percentage change is 30%, giving a maximum original price of £1143. That's an enormous amount of money for a smartphone or a console! Maybe use a different range of prices for each item.
The "original" prices don't seem very realistic  they would typically be £xxx.99, just like the discounted price. Can you round off the original price, and make sure that the percentage discount is still the same?
Stanislav Duris 3 years, 5 months ago
Thank you Hannah. I removed the first part of my advice.
Stanislav Duris 3 years, 5 months ago
Gave some feedback: Needs to be tested
Hannah Aldous 3 years, 5 months ago
I corrected some grammar in the statement and question, but otherwise I think it sounds good.
I'm not sure you need the first part of your advice becase I don't think students would find it helpful compared to your actual advice.
I don't think Divide needs a capital d as it is the middle of a sentence.
otherwise I think your question looks good
Hannah Aldous 3 years, 5 months ago
Gave some feedback: Has some problems
Hannah Aldous 3 years, 5 months ago
Gave some feedback: Doesn't work
Stanislav Duris 3 years, 5 months ago
Gave some feedback: Needs to be tested
Stanislav Duris 3 years, 5 months ago
Created this as a copy of Calculate a student discount.Name  Status  Author  Last Modified  

Calculate a student discount  Ready to use  Stanislav Duris  20/11/2019 14:33  
Stanislav's copy of Calculate decreasing and increasing costs using percentages needs to be tested  Should not be used  Stanislav Duris  22/06/2017 14:27  
Calculate a student discount  Should not be used  Stanislav Duris  22/06/2017 16:19  
Calculate the original price before a decrease  Ready to use  Stanislav Duris  20/11/2019 14:34  
Consumer Arithmetic  Calculate the original price before a decrease  draft  Paul Hancock  24/07/2018 02:53  
Calculate a percentage decrease  Ready to use  Vicky Hall  07/10/2020 12:29  
Calculate the original price before a % decrease  Ready to use  Vicky Hall  07/10/2020 12:29  
Menghitung harga awal sebelum diskon  draft  Abrari Hasmi  19/09/2020 16:43 
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 My test exam by Chris Graham in Chris's workspace.
 Summer Project (IGCSE) by Inbbavathie Ravi in Inbbavathie's workspace.
 Apprentice Maths Diagnostic by sarah hargreaves in sarah's workspace.
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