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QUESTION 1  KCSE 2021  Fractions  PAPER 1  FORM 1 LEVEL
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QUESTION 2  KCSE 2022  FRACTIONS  PAPER 1  FORM 1 LEVELA family used twofifths of its monthly income on school fees. Threequarters of the remaining amount was used on family upkeep while the rest was invested. The family invested Ksh 13 500 monthly. Calculate the amount of money the family used on school fees every month. (4 marks)Three children shared some money. John got 0.7 of the money and Jane 0.4 of the remainder of what John got. Loice received the rest which was sh. 405. How much did Jane get? (4mks)Agnes paid rent which was 1/10 of her net salary. She used ½ of the remaining amount to make a down payment for a plot. She gave her mother Kshs. 2,500 and did shopping worth Kshs. 7,500 for herself. She saved the remainder which was Ksh. 12,500. How much was the down payment that she made. (4mks)Worked Solution
Form 1 Mathematics
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