Level 3 PSLE
At a swimathon, each swimmer completed either a 2-km route, a 4-km route or an 5-km route. 15 of the swimmers completed the 2-km route, 720 of the participants completed the 4-km route and the rest completed the 5-km route. For every 1 km a participant swam, $8 was donated to charity. A total of $12960 was donated to charity.
  1. What is the ratio of the number of swimmers who completed the 2-km route to the number who completed the 4-km route to the number who completed the 5-km route?
  2. What is the total number of swimmers at the swimathon?
4 m
Level 3
$258 is to be divided among a certain number of people. Half of the people received $3 each,512 of the people received $4 each and the rest received $5 each. How many people are there altogether?
3 m
Level 3
Tickets for a theme park were sold at $83 and $117. All the tickets were completely sold out. The amount collected for the $117 tickets was $80145. Given that the number of $117 tickets was 17 of the number of $83 tickets, how much more money was collected from the sales of the $83 ticket than the $117 ticket?
3 m
Level 3 PSLE
Tickets for a zoo trip were sold to teachers and pupils at different prices as shown.
Price per ticket:
Teacher $20
Pupil $8
14 of the tickets sold were bought by teachers. The total amount of money collected from the sale of tickets to pupils was $416 more than the total amount collected from the sale of tickets to teachers. How much money was collected from the sale of tickets altogether?
3 m
Level 3 PSLE
A fruit stall sold peaches at 70¢ and apples at 40¢ each. Sally bought some peaches and Tom bought some apples from the stall. Sally spent $1.10 more than Tom, but had 7 fruits fewer than Tom.
  1. How many peaches did Sally buy?
  2. How much did Tom spend on the apples?
4 m
Level 3
In a pouch of notes, the number of $2, $5 and $10 are in ratio of 5 : 4 : 6. 15 of the $2-notes and 15 $5-notes are taken out. The remaining notes are worth $541. Find the difference between the value of $10-notes and $2-notes in the end.
4 m
Level 3
Entrance tickets to the concert are $8 each for adults. The ticket for a child costs 25% less. Last Sunday, 10% of the tickets sold were for children and the total sale of the tickets was $3900. How many of the tickets sold were for adults?
4 m
Level 3
At a theme park, each adult ticket cost $25 and each child ticket cost $12. On Monday, the number of adult tickets sold was 120 less than the number of child tickets. On Tuesday, the number of adult tickets sold decreased by 10% while the number of child tickets sold increased by 30%. If a total of 816 tickets were sold on Tuesday, how much money was collected on Monday?
4 m
Level 3
During a telematch, each group of students was supposed to collect as many coloured candies as possible. Each colour represented a certain point as tabulated:

Yellow 3 points
Pink 6 points
Blue 7 points

In each container, the number of yellow candies was 20% more than the number of blue candies and 10% less than the number of pink candies. Given that the total possible points if the group managed to collect all the candies were 558 points, how many candies were not yellow in colour?
4 m
Level 3
The auditorium had 1050 seats. There were 25% fewer $40-seats than $5-seats. 50% of the $5-seats and some $40-seats were sold. A total of $16180 was collected. How many seats were unsold?
4 m