Level 2 PSLE
May had some money. She used 14 of it on a dress and 16 of it on a gift. The dress and the gift cost $133.50 altogether. How much money had she left?
2 m
Level 2
The circles are not drawn to scale. The small circle is with radius a and the big circle is with radius A. The ratio of a to A is 4 : 7. If the area of the small circle is 169π cm2, find A. Express the answer in mixed number.
2 m
Level 2 PSLE
Derrick paid $153 for 3 shirts and 1 sweater. The price of a shirt was 38 of the price of the sweater. How much did Derrick pay for the sweater?
2 m
Level 2 PSLE
The pie chart shows the different genres of CDs at a stall. 15 of the CDs were Hip-Hop and 14 of the CDs were either Rock or Jazz. There were 3 times as many Rock CDs as Jazz CDs. What fraction of the CDs were Rock CDs?
2 m
Level 2
A handbag cost $6 more than a dress but $10 less than a watch. If the total cost of the handbag, the dress and the watch is $z, find the cost of the dress in terms of z.
2 m
Level 2
May and Dora had $n altogether. After May gave $12 to Dora, each of them had the same amount of money. How much did Dora have at first?
2 m
Level 2
Mary baked 400 cookies. She ate 2p of them and divided the remainder equally among her 4 friends.
  1. Find the number of cookies each of her friends received in terms of p?
  2. If p = 12, how many cookies did each of her friends receive?
2 m
Level 2 PSLE
A bottle completely filled with water weighed 1.9 kg. After 23 of the water was used up, the bottle with the remaining water weighed 800 g. What was the mass of the empty bottle in grams?
2 m
Level 3
Bottle A and Bottle B have a total amount of 1050 mℓ of water. For Bottle B and Bottle C, the total amount of water is 1320 mℓ. The amount of water in Bottle A is 25 the amount of water in Bottle C. What is the average amount of water in the 3 bottles?
3 m
Level 2 PSLE
One box of 15 apples cost $8 each. Three friends shared the cost of 60 apples in the ratio 1 : 2 : 5. What was the cost for the smallest share?
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