Level 3 PSLE
Muthu used 47 of his money to buy 6 pens. He used the rest of his money to buy 4 pens and 3 files.
1. What fraction of his money did Methu use to buy the 3 files?
2. If 1 file was fiven for free for every 5 files bought, How many files would Muthu be able to buy if he were to use all his money to buy files?
4 m
Level 3
149 pupils went for a Physical Fitness Test and 25 of them achieved Bronze certificates. 25 of the girls and 13 of the boys achieved Bronze certificates. How many girls did not achieve Bronze certificates?
4 m
Level 3
There are 390 children in a tuckshop. 27 of the boys and 23 of the girls wear spectacles, there are 258 children in the tuckshop who do not wear spectacles. How many girls wear spectacles?
4 m
Level 3
Betty spent 45 of her money on 14 stamps and 5 pens. The cost of each pen is 2 times the cost of each stamp. She bought some more stamps with 23 of her remaining money. How many stamps did Betty buy altogether?
4 m
Level 3
John spent 37 of his salary and gave $880 to his wife. Of the remaining amount, he saved 15 of it and gave 310 of it to his parents. He then donated 23 of what he had left away and gave the remaining$56 to his daughter. What was John's salary?
4 m
Level 3
Cathy's shop sold bracelets and rings. The bracelets were sold at $100 each and each ring was sold at 45 of the price of each bracelet. Cathy sold 14 of the items on the first day and collected$15580. 34 of the items sold were bracelets.
1. How many rings were sold on the first day?
2. What was the total number of items left after the first day?
4 m
Level 3
Kate had some fruits at her stall. 34 of them were mangosteens, 13 of the remainder were apples and the rest were coconuts. The amounts earned for each mangosteen, each Fuji apple and each coconut sold are $1.50,$3.00 and $4.50 respectively. The number of mangosteens sold to the number of apples sold to the number of coconuts sold was 3 : 5 : 3. In total, she sold 14 of the fruits and earned$198. How many coconuts did she have at first?
5 m
Level 3
20% of the people are performers for a concert and the rest are spectators. 80% of the spectators are adults and there are 3900 more adults spectators than children spectators. How many adult spectators must leave so that 25% of the people in the concert are adult spectators?
5 m
Level 3
At a conference made up of speakers and participants, there were 10% more men than women. The ratio of the male speakers to female speakers was 8 : 5. There was an equal number of male and female participants.
1. Find the ratio of male speakers to male participants at the conference at first.
2. Halfway, 89 male participants left the conference and another 73 female participants joined the conference. In the end, there were 34 as many male participants as female participants remaining behind. How many speakers were there at the conference?
5 m
Level 3 PSLE
Wendy spent 16 of her money on a dress and 3 belts. The dress cost 2 times as much as each belt. Wendy spent 34 of her remaining money on a watch. She spent \$160.65 more on the watch than on the 3 belts.
1. What fraction of Wendy's money was spent on each belt?
2. How much money did Wendy have at first?
5 m