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This graph represents the number of regular season games played by four teams in one month.
Note that the information along the side indicates the number of victories.
Using the information in the graph, fill in the table below.
Teams Brisbane Sydney Melbourne Canberra Game 1 Number of points scored (1) (2) (2) (3) Game 2 (2) (1) (2) (1) Game 3 (1) (2) (3) (2) Game 4 (1) (3) (4) (1) Total (5) (8) (11) (7) Mean Total (1.25) (2, 2.00) (2.75) (1.75)
This is a snapshot of some of the social media platforms currently in use.
Using this information, answer the questions below.
This survey was undertaken by 400 people. Users on Facebook are represented by 30%. This equates to 120 people.
How many people are using the other platforms?
- Twitter: (80) Google+: (100) Pinterest: (60) LinkedIn: (40)
This recipe gives quantities to make enough Breakfast Super Smoothies for 6 people. Your job is to change quantities to make enough for 24 people.
Breakfast Super Smoothie
Ingredients Amount for 6 people Amount for 24 people Rolled oats ¾ cup (3) cup(s) Ripe bananas 1 ½ cups (6) cup(s) Plain low-fat yoghurt ½ cup (2) cup(s) Apple juice ¼ cup (1) cup(s) Skim milk ½ cup (2) cup(s) Mixed berries (fresh or frozen) 1 cup (4) cup(s) Honey 1 teaspoon (4) teaspoon(s) Almond meal 1 tablespoon (4) tablespoon(s)
Brett works for the local farmer, delivering feed and produce to the local community. He uses his own truck for the deliveries.
He gets paid a travel allowance of 64 cents per kilometre travelled.
How much car travel allowance would Brett get paid for travelling a total of 87km?
You have been asked to order materials to build a fence to the length of 20 metres.
Each paling is 9cm wide.
There needs to be a gap of 1 cm between each paling
How many palings do you need to order for a 20 metre fence?
Karly has decided to undertake some study at the local TAFE and needs to use public transport.
Journey time one way: 30mins Fare: $1.20
Using the information provided, calculate:
a) What is her combined travel time, traveling to TAFE and back each day?
b) How much will it cost her to travel for five days?
Crispy Fish Fingers
• Vegetable oil
• 1 egg
• 1 slice day old bread
• 2 tbsp polenta (quick cook, dried)
• 3 tbsp plain flour
• Pinch of paprika
• 1 white fish fillet (skinned and boned)
1. Weigh and measure the ingredients
2. Grate the bread into bread crumbs and put these into a bowl
3. Add the polenta and black pepper to the breadcrumbs
4. Mix together with a spoon
5. Put the plain flour and a pinch of paprika into another bowl and mix
6. Place some baking paper onto a tray and brush with vegetable oil
7. Cut the fish fillet into strips about 3 cm wide
8. Squeeze lemon juice all over the fish fillets
9. Break the egg into another bowl and mix it well with a fork
10. Arrange the three mixing bowls in order
11. Turn and roll each fish fillet in the flour bowl, then the egg bowl and finally the polenta mix bowl
12. Put the fish on the oiled baking paper
13. Put the fish in the oven for 10-12 mins
14. Serve with fresh vegetables
a) What does tbsp mean?
b) Which ingredient has been left off the ingredients list?
c) How many eggs were used?
d) What was done with the bread?
a) In which week was the venue booking confirmed?
b) In which weeks were the accounts paid?
c) In which week was the Meeting with Key Stakeholders completed?
Don’t miss this opportunity! Perfect role for a professional receptionist.
As the lynch-pin for the Alpha-Beta Sydney office, you will be a key player in ensuring that our candidate and clients first experience of Alpha-Beta is memorable.
Every day we have new faces walk through our door- as the first person they meet you will welcome them with a smile and warm introduction to our Business.
• You will be required to work 5 days a week and some weekends if required. Attractive hourly rate is on offer for this role.
• Across the road from the Hunter Transport Hub in Pitt St, the location is perfect for public transport.
• Two blocks from the main shopping area.
What you will bring to the role:
This role is best suited to a highly organised and efficient individual who has strong attention to detail and advanced administrative skills.
• You have the ability to multi-task, be proactive and self-motivated
• Effective communication skills coupled with an outgoing and friendly personality are essential as is an exceptional customer focus and the ability to engage key stakeholders
• You have proven ability as a Corporate Receptionist with a minimum of 12 months experience in a similar role
• Advanced computer skills are essential
Description of Primary Job Functions
Working as an integral member of our City Office you will have the opportunity to showcase your excellent customer service skills to both Internal and External Clients.
The main responsibilities of this exciting role will involve (but not limited to);
• Managing day to day administration including answering incoming calls
• Sorting and delivering mail
• Data entry
• Candidate support activities
• General assistance to both Managers and Consultants
We are interested in hearing from experienced Corporate Receptionists who have a passion for performing at high standard in a professional environment.
Does the ad use the following features to encourage people to apply for the job?
a) The name of the company:
b) The location of the company:
c) Opportunities for promotion:
d) The success of the company:
Australian workers have become more anxious about keeping their jobs, a survey has found.
The number of people who are concerned about their own job security jumped by 5 per cent to 31 per cent in the six months to December last year, the latest ME Bank Household Financial Comfort Report shows.
Job security is now among the top three concerns nominated by the households in the survey.
Respondents concerned about ‘finding a new job within two months if unemployed’ rose 1 per cent of the working population over the same period.
The rise in job insecurity, a result of increasing unemployed persons and increasing casual/part time jobs, is exacerbated by a relatively low level of household comfort with emergency cash buffers and, more generally, current savings and investments.’ ME Bank chief executive Jamie McPhee said. The biggest worry for households was the ‘cost of necessities’ like fuel, groceries and utilities followed by the level of savings.
Households are still relatively cautious about their finances and many are avoiding risky investments, risk-avoiders outnumbering risk-takers 37 percent to 18 percent.
The report said the level of overall household financial comfort was 5.52 out of 10 in December last year, which was largely unchanged from six months earlier.
Written by: Matt Wade
a) Who wrote the article?
b) What is the article about?
You are working in a new company and have been given this organisational chart to assist you with the staff hierarchy. Read the chart and answer the questions below.
a) Who does the Payroll Administrator directly answer to?
b) Who does the Director have the most contact with?
c) Who is on the same level as the Finance Officer?
Washing hands before any food handling is a vital step to ensuring that personal contact with food is hygienic. Hand washing is the most important procedure in the prevention of the spread of infection. What is the correct order to do this?
Number the 8 items into the correct order to make a hand washing procedure.
(7) Rinse hands with water
(3) Rub hands vigorously palm to palm
(6) Rub backs of fingers to opposing palms with fingers interlocked
(1) Wet hands with water
(4) Rub right palm over back of left hand with fingers interlaced and vice versa
(2) Apply enough soap to cover all hand surfaces
(8) Dry hands thoroughly with a single use towel
(5) Rub palm to palm with fingers interlaced
- (7) Rinse hands with water