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  • Question number?

  • What?

  • What is the missing angle?

  • So what is the missing angle?

  • So we have to work out this part here, which is be now we already know that there are 100 and 80 degrees here in total because that is represented.

  • Buy that flat horizontal line across the bottom by the red line.

  • So what we have to do is work out 180 minus 30 plus 50 because we've already got 30 degrees and 50 here.

  • So therefore the correct answer is 100.

  • Really simple.

  • So what is the missing angle?

  • That is 100 degrees.

  • So we need to know that if, like that angle is Amgen 80 or what is 90 like 1/4 of a circle on us or a full circle?

  • 360.

  • Okay, question number two.

  • So now it's your turn.

  • Please put your answer to these next question in the comments section below the video for Mark.

  • Okay.

  • Question number two.

  • How many degrees is the missing parts of the making?

  • Missing part is all this part here where the question mark is you're already given 120 degrees and you got the time.

  • It takes that time out to come down to put your answer in the comments section below.

  • So how many degrees is the missing part?

  • Okay, so hopefully you found that relatively straight board.

  • So if you know the degrees of a full circle, then you just need to subtract that from 1 20 question Number three, what is 3/5 of 700.

  • So the way to work this out quickly is just simply 700 divided by five for the whole of the fifth.

  • And that equals 1 40 then multiply 1 40 by three to get the answer of 420.

  • You can use a calculator if you want to go for the remaining questions that are gonna come your way.

  • So again, Now it's your turn, and you need to use a calculated camp again.

  • Please put your answer in the comments section below question Number four of the Numerical Test video What is 4/5 off?

  • 820 on a game.

  • You got the time It takes the timer Come down to put your answer in the comments section below forthis of 820 issues the same process that I've used before.

  • And if you're finding somebody is tough for you know you don't have enough time, please just pause the video and work for X.

  • It's important you get the answer.

  • Correct.

  • OK, question.

  • Number five.

  • A charity arranges a bike race.

  • Now 120 people take part.

  • 1/3 of the people finishing the finish.

  • The race in under hall for an hour.

  • How many people do not finish the race in under half an hour?

  • So is under 20 in total because we're working the 3rd 1/3 of the people finish it in under half an hour and two.

  • First, don't we need to work out 2/3.

  • Okay, So 1 20 divided by three equals 40 on that.

  • 40 means that 1/3 of the people finish the race in under half an hour.

  • So who did not 40 times two equals 18.

  • Okay, so that's the correct answer.

  • 82 question on the fight.

  • So gay.

  • Now it's your turn.

  • Lot safe.

  • You need to use a calculator.

  • Can put your answer in the comments section below question number six A charity arranges the boat race.

  • 180 people take part.

  • 1/4 of the people finish the race in under half an hour.

  • How many people did not finish the race in under half an hour?

  • If you go okay.

  • Question number seven.

  • Okay, we got a pie chart here.

  • It looks a bit confusing upon initial inspection, but always straightforward.

  • So below is a pie chart illustrating the number of pupils studying.

  • Of course, in the following subjects got medicine, law, arts, business, computing, teaching mechanics, and they're all split up into their different percentages.

  • And the question is, if the data is based on 3620 students, how many of those students are studying even mechanics or law.

  • So what we have to do is look att mechanics, which is 10%.

  • And law.

  • So mechanics and always 10%.

  • And that equals 15%.

  • So what we need to do is work out 15% of the total, which is 36 20.

  • We do that.

  • I go in 3620 divided by 100 times 15 and the entre 543 and should be able to doubt relatively quickly with a calculator.

  • Okay, again.

  • Now it's your turn.

  • I'm gonna give you one very similar to work out yourself.

  • Question number.

  • Right.

  • So you got the pie chart illustrates in the same number of pupils.

  • Sorry.

  • A number of people studying the course in the following subject areas.

  • Now is the date of this time is based on 9000 students.

  • How many of those students are studying?

  • Even business over here or teaching.

  • So you gotta work out, have those two up, and they work out what?

  • The percentages of that total and you got the time.

  • It takes the time to come down to one of the questions comments section below please.

  • Thank you.

  • Okay.

  • Well done.

  • If you've got that done in the time.

  • Next.

  • One question on the nine here is a spinner.

  • OK, circle the chance of the spin it landing on an odd number.

  • So you got auction a six out six or one beef or at six, see half or d 1/3.

  • Well, if you look at the numbers, there are six off numbers.

  • Therefore, the chance of the spinner landing on another number is six out of six.

  • And the answer is a really simple next one again.

  • Now it's your turn.

  • Please put rounds in the comments section below.

  • Question 10 Here is the spinner circle.

  • The chance of the spin it landing on an odd number.

  • A six out of six before six.

  • See half or dear Third.

  • Off you go.

  • Okay.

  • No, please don't join these.

  • Question number 11 if you count from 1 to 100 how many numbers containing the number four Will you pass on the way?

  • Now, this is quite a tricky one.

  • It sounds really easy, but it's quite tricky.

  • A 21 b 20 c.

  • 19 d 11 e 10.

  • So start you off.

  • Obviously.

  • four is 1 14 is to 24.

  • His three, and then you do the rest.

  • Okay.

  • Fantastic question.

  • Number 12.

  • His one.

  • So it says here a function is represented by the following machines.

  • We got nine here, plus 12 blank.

  • The answer is 26 9 is put into the machine.

  • The output of the machine is 126.

  • What is the missing function in the second part?

  • We're looking for that part there.

  • So if you look, there were given nine plus twelves.

  • That will be 21.

  • And then we got the aunts 126.

  • What would have to do is work out from the five options A, B, C, D or E 21 times 12.

  • Well, that's 126.

  • 21.

  • Divided.

  • 12 is not 126.

  • 21 times six is 126 of the correct answer is See, which is time?

  • Six.

  • Okay, now it's your turn.

  • Very similar one.

  • Please.

  • Again, put your answer in the comments section below questions.

  • Well, this is for you.

  • So 15 is put into the machine here, and they got times 11.

  • The output of the machine is 55 What is the missing function in the second part?

  • Machine sequences in a divided by five B minus 100 By seeing 100 or d divided by three You got the time It takes the timer to answer the question.

  • Thank you.

  • Okay.

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