Level 2 PSLE
The table shows the number of books read by each child in a class of 21 children. One of the numbers in the table is covered by an ink blot. The average number of books read by the children in the class is 6. What is the number covered by the ink blot?
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Level 2 PSLE
At a carnival, 65% of the tickets were sold at full price and 25% of the tickets at half price. The remaining 30 tickets were given away free. The total amount of money collected was $9300. What was the full price of a ticket?
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Level 2 PSLE
Alex saved a total of $138 in coins in his coin box. 23 of all the coins saved were one-dollar coins. There were 3 times as many one-dollar coins as twenty-cent coins. The remaining coins were fifty-cent coins. How many coins did Alex save in his coin box altogether?
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Level 3
One avocado cost 4 times as much as one honeydew. Mrs Zhang bought 2 avocados and 4 honeydews for $15. How much would 20 avocados and 16 honeydews cost? Express the answers to 2 decimal places.
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Level 2 PSLE
Bella bought three types of fruit. The prices are given in the table.
The bar graph shows the number of each type of fruit bought.
  1. What fraction of the fruits Bella bought were mango? Give your answer in the simplest form.
  2. On which type of fruit did Bella spend the most? Give your answer in letter. (Eg Apples = A)
  3. How much did she spend on that type of fruit?
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Level 3
Some pupils took a Math exam. Their average score was 74.7 marks. One of the pupils' scores was wrongly recorded as 68 marks instead of 86 marks. As a result, the average score was calculated as 73.5 marks. How many pupils sat for the exam?
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Level 3
The total monthly incomes of 24 men is $51000. 58 of them earn the same monthly income each. Each of the remaining men earns 4 times as much monthly. Find the difference between the higher income and the lower income per month.
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Level 3
The ratio of blue to purple stamps Eva had was 5 : 2. The cost of each of the blue stamps was $1 and the cost of each of the purple stamps was $2. Eva sold 40% of the blue stamps and the total cost of the unsold stamps was $455. How many blue stamps did she have left?
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Level 3 PSLE
A caterer prepares fish balls for some people attending a party. The ratio of the number of adults to the number of children attending is 2 : 5. Among the children, the ratio of the number of girls to the boys is 4 : 1. A total of 180 fish balls are prepared so that each adult gets 4 fish balls and each child gets 2.
  1. What fraction of the people attending the party are boys?
  2. How many children are attending the party?
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Level 3
At a gathering, 13 of the people at the gathering are adults. The remaining group of people is divided into boys and girls in the ratio of 5 : 7. Each boy is given 2 keychains and each girl is given 5 keychains. Each accompanying adult receives 6 keychains. Given that only 368 keychains are given away to boys and adults, how many more children are there than adults?
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