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The simple and compound interest added on to £100.00 after five years are shown in the table below.

YEARLY RATE SIMPLE COMPOUND
7% £35.00 £40.26
8% £40.00 £46.93
9% £45.00 £53.86
10% £50.00 £61.05

1)         What would the total compound interest be on £200.00 at a rate of 8% over 5 years?

A                      B                      C                     D                     E

£107.72           £93.86 £87.19 £80.52 £88.00

2)         How much compound interest is earned, compared to simple interest, on £300.00 at 9% over 5 years?

A                      B                      C                     D                     E

£18.86 £13.29 £26.58 £27.28 £53.86

3)         What is the difference between the compound rate of interest earned on £200.00 at 7% to 9%?

A                      B                      C                     D                     E

£26.40 £26.80 £27.60 £27.20 £27.00

The table below shows the population of six countries, together with the population density for each country.

COUNTRY POPULATION (millions) POPULATION DENSITY (people per square km)
Australia 17.8 2
Canada 27.8 3
Japan 125.0 331
Sweden 8.7 21
U.K. 57.8 239
U.S. 257.8 28

4)         What is the total area of Japan in square kilometres (10,000’s)?

A                      B                      C                     D                     E

264.0               37.8                 206.0               26.4                 378.0

5)         What is the difference between the populations of Canada and the U.S. combined, and Japan and Australia combined?

A                      B                      C                     D                     E

115.0               132.8               142.8               257.8               267.8

6)         If the Japanese population increased by 4% annually over the next two years, what would its population be in two year’s time?

A                      B                      C                     D                     E

135.20             135.25             135.40             135.35             135.30