## Objective

Your parents have allowed you to remodel your bedroom and have set a total budget of \$7500 for this project. You have decided to change the carpet and baseboards, paint the walls, and buy new furniture and accessories for your bedroom. You have also decided to set some money aside to buy something cool for yourself from Best Buy. Before you do all your shopping, you have wisely decided to check all the prices on the Home Depot, Ikea, and Best Buy websites.

## Part A: Make Your Predictions

1) Amount of money allocated to each store and explanation: (T: ____________/15)

2) Percentage of the budget: (K: _________/6) (2 marks each)

3) Communication (C: _______/8)

## Part E: Time to Shop For Materials For Your Renovation!

1) Choice of carpet, baseboard and paint (T: _______/6)

2) Communication (C: ________/2)

1) Carpet

a. Number of Cases of Carpet (App: ______/3)

b. Total amount spent on carpet (K: _______/3)

2) Baseboard

a. Number of Baseboards (App: ______/3)

b. Total amount spent on baseboard (K: _______/3)

3) Paint

a. Number of Cans of Paint (App: ______/3)

b. Total amount spent on paint (K: _______/3)

4) Total amount of spent on materials (K: ______/2)

5) Total amount of money left in the budget (K: ______/2)

## PART F: Time To Shop For Furniture and Accessories!

1) Choice of furniture and other items (T: _______/8)

2) Calculation of prices (K: ______/6)

3) Calculation of total amount of money spent at Ikea and amount left in the budget. (K: _______/4)

4) Calculation of area occupied by the furniture pieces (K: _____/3)

5) Calculation of the ratio of the area occupied by the furniture pieces (App: _____/6)

## PART G: Time to Treat Yourself!

1) Choice of item (T: _______/8)

2) Calculation of total prices (K: ______/4)

3) Communication (C: _______/2)

## Part H: Determining Percentages (Show all your work!)

1) Calculation of percentages (App: _____/6)

2) Discussion on how the calculated percentages compare to the predicted ones. (T: ______/6)

3) Communication (C: ______/12)

## Part I: Scale Diagram of Your Bedroom

1) Calculation of scale (T: _______/4)

2) Explanation of scale (C: _____/4)

3) Calculation of number squares for each item (T: ______/6)

4) Drawing of the scale (C: _______/13)

## Part J: Reflection

1) Thinking (T: ______/10)

2) Communication (C: ____/16)