Level 1
Fill in the blanks.
The number of boys is 35 as many as the number of girls.

1. Number of boys = _____ u
2. Number of girls = _____ u
3. Number of children = _____ u
3 m
Level 1
Fill in the blanks.
The number of boys is 85 as many as the number of girls.

1. Number of boys = _____ u
2. Number of girls = _____ u
3. Total number of children = _____ u
4. Difference in the number of boys and girls = _____ u
4 m
Level 1
Fill in the blanks.
The number of boys is 135 as many as the number of girls.

1. Number of boys = _____ u
2. Number of girls = _____ u
3. Total number of children = _____ u
4. Difference between the number of boys and girls = _____ u
4 m
Level 1 PSLE
Steven completed the race in 150 seconds. He was 25 seconds slower than Tom. How long did Tom take to complete the race? Give your answer in min and s. (Eg 1 min 2s)
1 m
Level 3
310 of the tank is filled with water. Another 210 litres of water are needed to fill the tank to its brim.
1. What is the volume of the tank?
2. The Height of the tank is 60 cm and its length is 100 cm. Find the perimeter of its base.
4 m
Level 3
The perimeter of the rectangular base of a tank is 400 cm. The ratio of its length to its breadth is 3 : 2. When 48 ℓ of water are poured into the tank, 25 of it is filled. Find the height of the tank.
4 m
Level 3
The figure is not drawn to scale. It shows a container made of two connected cubical tanks, A and B. Tank A is sealed at the top and completely filled to the brim. Tank B is 35 filled with 129600 mℓ of water. The height of the water level in Tank B is 1 cm higher than that in Tank A. The height of Tank B is 60 cm. Water is then drained from the container and the height of the water level from the base falls to 30 cm.
1. What is the capacity of Tank B?
2. What is the volume of water in the tank now in litres?
5 m
Level 3
A rectangular tank, 80 cm by 50 cm by 40 cm, is filled with water to a height of 5 cm. The ratio of the volume of water in the tank to that in a pail is 5: 2. If 23 of the pail is filled with water, find
1. the volume of the pail.
2. the minimum number of such pails to fill the tank.
4 m
PSLE
David has 8 large cubes and some small cubes. He placed them in a rectangular tank. The tank was filled to the brim exactly. The diagram shows the first layer of cubes.
1. How many small cubes does David have?
2. The volume of the tank is 504 cm3. If the large cubes took up 37 of the tank, What is the length of the edge of one small cube?
4 m
Level 2
Fill in the blanks in units or unit equations. (Eg 3 u OR 1 u + 2)
A box contains some stickers in three colours.
35% of the stickers are red.
There are 16 more blue stickers than red stickers.
The remaining stickers are yellow.

1. Number of red stickers = _____
2. Number of blue stickers = _____
3. Number of blue stickers and red stickers = _____
4. Number of yellow stickers = _____
4 m