His median daily calorie intake in the week before his diet was 2 240 calories

His median daily calorie intake in the week before

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4His median daily calorie intake in the week before his diet was 2 240 calories.What is the difference between this and his median calorie intake in thefirst week of his diet? A330 caloriesB360 caloriesC390 caloriesD420 calories 5The man weighs himself every Monday morning. He wants to make a graph or chart to update each week to show how hisweight is changing.The most appropriate graph or chart for him to use is a
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6The man uses an exercise machine with a display that shows energy used.After he exercises, the display reads 105 kilojoules.He converts this to kilocalories.Approximately how many kilocalories are there in 105 kilojoules?1 kilocalorie is approximately 4.2 kilojoules 4 Key skills application of number Adult numeracy Level 2 URN:404 Please go on to the next page
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Key skills application of number Adult numeracy Level 2 URN:404 5 Please go on to the next page
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Questions 7 to 14 are about the owner of a horse and a pony.7The owner measures the length of her horse. What is the measurement shown on the tape measure to the nearest 0.1m? A 1.7m B 1.75m C 1.76m D 1.8m 6 Key skills application of number Adult numeracy Level 2 URN:404 Please go on to the next page
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Key skills application of number Adult numeracy Level 2 URN:404 7 8 The owner uses this graph to estimate the weight of her pony. The estimate is based on the pony's length and girth (measurement around the middle of its body). The pony has a girth of 120cm and a length of 150cm. According to the graph, the weight of the pony is A 320kg B 330kg C 360kg D 380kg
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9This table shows how much food horses need.The horse weighs 700 kilograms.It does 4 hours work per day.How much food does the horse need per day? 10The owner puts a water container in the field for the horse and pony. The container is a cuboid, 2.0 metres long and 0.7 metres wide. It holds water to a depth of 0.5 metres.How much water does the container hold?1 cubic metre = 1 000 litres
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Key skills application of number Adult numeracy Level 2 URN:404 9 11She keeps bales of horse bedding in a storage area 1.7 metres wide and 2.1 metres long.This diagram shows a bale of horse beddingShe stacks them all the same way round, as shown in the diagram of thestorage area below.The maximum height of the stacks is 1.5 metres.What is the maximum number of bales that fit into the storage area? A 10 B 16 C 25 D 30
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