Variable Description

Name
I2554
Label
FMT-If 1 pound is worth 2.31 dollars, how many dollars would you
Dataset
Value Label Frequency % of valid % of all
-6 No questionnaire 34
0.00%
-4 More than 1 answer 5
0.00%
-3 NS/No response 1,868
0.00%
1 Top answer 368
3.75%
0.00%
2 2nd answer from top 419
4.27%
0.00%
3 3rd answer from top 869
8.86%
0.00%
4 4th answer from top 416
4.24%
0.00%
5 Bottom answer 7,740
78.88%
0.00%
Valid Invalid Min Max Mean
9812 5058 1 5 4.5

Representation

Aggregation Method
Unspecified
Temporal
False
Geographic
False

Source Questions

51

60 questions before...

You have these coins: 2 5 Which others do you need to buy a cone ?

1
2 2
2
2 1
3
5 5
4
2 2 2 1
5
5

£1.00 = $2.31 If ONE POUND is worth 2.31 DOLLARS, how many DOLLARS would you get for £3?

1
$69.30
2
$0.69
3
$0.693
4
$0.77
5
$6.93

What is the least number of coins you could use to make 38p ?

1
7
2
4
3
6
4
38
5
1
20 questions after...
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  • BCS70 Friendly Maths Test (1980) Dataset - BD3MATHS
    bcs70 age 10: Friendly Maths Test score (i2504 to i2575)
    • BCS70 Friendly Maths Test (1980) Dataset - I2554
      FMT-If 1 pound is worth 2.31 dollars, how many dollars would you
      • £1.00 = $2.31 If ONE POUND is worth 2.31 DOLLARS, how many DOLLARS would you get for £3?