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Level 3 PSLE

Muthu used^{4}_{7} of his money to buy 6 pens. He used the rest of his money to buy 4 pens and 3 files.

4 m
Muthu used

- What fraction of his money did Methu use to buy the 3 files?
- 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?

Level 3

149 pupils went for a Physical Fitness Test and 25 of them achieved Bronze certificates.^{2}_{5} of the girls and ^{1}_{3} of the boys achieved Bronze certificates. How many girls did not achieve Bronze certificates?

4 m
149 pupils went for a Physical Fitness Test and 25 of them achieved Bronze certificates.

Level 3

There are 390 children in a tuckshop.^{2}_{7} of the boys and ^{2}_{3} of the girls wear spectacles, there are 258 children in the tuckshop who do not wear spectacles. How many girls wear spectacles?

4 m
There are 390 children in a tuckshop.

Level 3

Betty spent^{4}_{5} 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 ^{2}_{3} of her remaining money. How many stamps did Betty buy altogether?

4 m
Betty spent

Level 3

John spent^{3}_{7} of his salary and gave $880 to his wife. Of the remaining amount, he saved ^{1}_{5} of it and gave ^{3}_{10} of it to his parents. He then donated ^{2}_{3} of what he had left away and gave the remaining $56 to his daughter. What was John's salary?

4 m
John spent

Level 3

Cathy's shop sold bracelets and rings. The bracelets were sold at $100 each and each ring was sold at^{4}_{5} of the price of each bracelet. Cathy sold ^{1}_{4} of the items on the first day and collected $15580. ^{3}_{4} of the items sold were bracelets.

4 m
Cathy's shop sold bracelets and rings. The bracelets were sold at $100 each and each ring was sold at

- How many rings were sold on the first day?
- What was the total number of items left after the first day?

Level 3

Kate had some fruits at her stall.^{3}_{4} of them were mangosteens, ^{1}_{3} 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^{1}_{4} of the fruits and earned $198. How many coconuts did she have at first?

5 m
Kate had some fruits at her stall.

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

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
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?

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.

5 m
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.

- Find the ratio of male speakers to male participants at the conference at first.
- Halfway, 89 male participants left the conference and another 73 female participants joined the conference. In the end, there were
^{3}_{4}as many male participants as female participants remaining behind. How many speakers were there at the conference?

Level 3 PSLE

Wendy spent^{1}_{6} of her money on a dress and 3 belts. The dress cost 2 times as much as each belt. Wendy spent ^{3}_{4} of her remaining money on a watch. She spent $160.65 more on the watch than on the 3 belts.

5 m
Wendy spent

- What fraction of Wendy's money was spent on each belt?
- How much money did Wendy have at first?