Level 3
Henry's freight forwarding company charges $17 for mirrors delivered on time and $10 for mirrors delivered late. In the month of August, Henry freight forwarding company collected $2200. For every 17 mirrors delivered, 15 were delivered on time and 2 were delivered late.
  1. What was the total number of mirrors delivered on time?
  2. How much less money did Henry freight forwarding company collect in August due to the late delivery of the mirrors?
4 m
Level 3
For every good jacket that Mr Zhang sold, he earned $19. He sold defective jackets at a discount, which would cause him to lose $6 per defective jacket. In July, for every 27 jackets sold, 7 were defective. Mr Zhang earned $3042 from the jackets sold.
  1. How many less jackets sold were defective than good?
  2. How much less money did he earn because of the defective jackets?
4 m
Level 3
There are some doves and hamsters in a pet shop. There are 38 more doves than hamsters in the pet shop but there are a total of 76 more hamsters' legs than doves' legs in the pet shop. Find the number of doves and hamsters in the pet shop.
3 m
Level 3
The price of a child ticket and an adult ticket to a theme park are $6 and $8 respectively. The amount collected from the sale of the adult tickets is $740 more than the amount from the sale of the child tickets. The number of child tickets sold is 28 fewer than the number of adult tickets sold. What is the total amount collected from the tickets sold?
3 m
Level 3
Some calculators and hole punchers were packed into green and blue cartons. There were 8 more green cartons than blue cartons. Each green carton contained 34 calculators and each blue carton contained 99 hole punchers. Given that there were 53 fewer calculators than hole punchers in total, how much calculators were there?
3 m
Level 3
Some notebooks can be arranged in exactly 15 per row. If the same number of notebooks is arranged in rows of 7 notebooks each, there will be 4 more rows and 4 notebooks left over. How many notebooks are there altogether?
3 m
Level 3 PSLE
Wesley had 11 jars of balls. At first, each of the jars contained the same number of balls. He took out 24 balls from each jar. After that, the total number of balls left in the 11 jars was equal to the total number of balls in 3 of the jars at first. What was the number of balls in each jar at first?
3 m
Level 3 PSLE
In a school canteen, chairs were arranged in rows such that there were exactly 19 chairs in each row. Mr Ong then brought 6 more chairs into the school canteen and rearranged all the chairs. There are now exactly 7 chairs in each row and 12 more rows than before. How many chairs are there in the school canteen in the end?
3 m
Level 2
Salik had some $2 notes and $5 notes. The ratio of his $2 notes to $5 notes was 7 : 2. If Salik had a total of $240, how many pieces of notes did he have altogether?
2 m
Level 3
Three types of pepper, W, X and Y come in containers of 150 g, 300 g and 400 g respectively. Containers of W, X and Y are mixed together in the ratio 1 : 6 : 7 to obtain 38 kg of an assortment of pepper.
  1. How many containers of W and X are used altogether?
  2. Find the difference between the combined weight of all the pepper in container X and container Y as compared to the pepper in container W. Express the weight in kilograms.
4 m