Level 1 PSLE
Arrange these from the lightest to the heaviest:
2 kg 304 g, 234 kg, 2.34 kg
2 m
Level 1 PSLE
Arrange these from the lightest to the heaviest:
4.25 kg, 413 kg, 4 kg 50 g
2 m
Level 2
Two numbers add up to 1.48. Both of the numbers are less than 1. One of them has 1 decimal place and the other has 2 decimal places. What is the largest possible difference between the two numbers?
2 m
Level 1
The table shows the number of books read by some students. How many students read at least 3 books?
2 m
Level 3
Stickers are sold in packets of 10.
Each packet costs $5. Adam has$33.
1. What is the greatest number of stickers that Adam can buy?
2. How much will Adam spend?
4 m
Level 1
Which angle is the smallest? Give the answer only in letter (Eg A).
2 m
Level 1
Which of the following lengths is the longest?
(a) 140 cm
(b) 1 m 50 cm
(c) 3 m
(d) 80 cm
2 m
Level 3
Stickers are sold in packets of 10.
Each packet costs \$5.
Liming needs 56 stickers.
1. What is the minimum number of packets that Adam can buy?
2. How much will Adam spend?
4 m
Level 2
Look at the angles. Arrange them in order, beginning with the greatest.
2 m
Level 2
Which of the following fruit has the greatest mass?
2 m