3.1.1 Calculate, in rand per minute, the rate for solo flying. (3)

3.1.2 Calculate the total approximate cost to get a private pilot’s license. (5)

3.2 Two years ago Franco had invested R90 000 at an interest rate of 8,5% per annum

compounded yearly.

Verify, with calculations, whether this total amount with interest is enough to pay for

a private pilot’s license. (6)

3.3 Franco noted that not all the students passed the examinations.

TABLE 2 and TABLE 3 show information regarding the same group of students that

sat for the examinations. All students that failed, attempted the examinations again.

3.3.1 TABLE 2 below shows information regarding the percentage of students that

passed or failed the examinations.

Give a possible reason why the probability of passing increased after the first

attempt. (2)

3.3.2 TABLE 3 below shows the actual numbers of students listed in TABLE 2

that sat for the examinations. Some values have been omitted.

Determine, showing ALL calculations, the missing values A, B, C, and D to

calculate the total number of students that passed after both attempts. (6)

3.4 Franco’s flying instructor has completed 26 000 hours of flying. It was stated that

these hours can be converted to 154 weeks, 5 days and 8 hours of flying.

Verify, showing ALL calculations, whether this statement is valid. (5)

Use ANNEXURE E to answer the questions that follow.

3.5.1 Write down the total number of loose parts in a box. (2)

3.5.2 Write down TWO instructions that will match the illustration in step 2. (4)

3.5.3 Explain the purpose of the long panel. (2)

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