Level 3 PSLE
The photocopying rates of two machines A and B are as shown. Both machines were use to make a copy of a set of notes which had been divided into teacher set and student set. Machine A took 7 minutes is to photocopy teacher set and Machine B took 9 minutes to photocopy student set.
  1. How many pages were there altogether in the set of notes?
  2. Another copy of the same set of notes was made using Machine B only. How many minutes did Machine B take?
4 m
Level 3 PSLE
Three boys, Az, Ben and Ix had the same number of notes. Az and Ben each had of mix of $10-notes and $2-notes. Az had 7 $2-notes while Ben had 13 $2-notes. Ix had only $10 notes.
  1. Of the three boys, who had the most money?
  2. What was the difference in the total value of Az and Ben's notes?
  3. Ben used all his $10-notes to buy a present. He then had $164 less in notes than Ix. How many $10-notes did Ix have?
5 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
Alfred had some peaches in 3 sizes. The number of medium peaches was twice the number of large peaches. The number of large peaches were three times the number of small peaches.
The price of each peach are as follows:
Small $4
Medium $7
Large $9

He sold all the small and medium peaches. He received $360 from selling 13 of the large peaches.
  1. How many large peaches did he have at first?
  2. How much less did he collect from selling the small peaches than the medium peaches?
4 m
Level 3 PSLE
The table shows the prices of tickets for a soccer match.
The number of adult tickets sold was 5 times the number of child tickets sold. 58 of the adult tickets sold were for adults aged below 60 years. A total of $7020 was collected from the sale of tickets.
  1. What fraction of the tickets sold were for adults aged 60 years and above? Give your answer in the simplest form.
  2. What was the total number of tickets sold to adults?
4 m
Level 3
Carl had a total of 90 notes. The notes are $10 notes and $5 notes. After he spent 20% of the $10 notes and 60% of the $5 notes on a stereo system, he was left with 4 times as many $5 notes as $10 notes. How much did the stereo system cost?
5 m
Level 3
Kate had some fruits at her stall. 34 of them were mangosteens, 13 of the remainder were Fuji 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 Fuji 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
On Monday, 700 more youths than children attended a concert. On Tuesday, the number of youths decreased by 30% and the number of children increased by 80%. 1240 audience attended the concert on Tuesday. If each ticket cost $12, how much money was collected from the sale of concert tickets for the two days?
5 m
Level 3
The museum tickets are priced at $10 and $5. The number of $10-dollar tickets available is 289 that of the number of $5-dollar tickets. 2 out of 3 of the $10-dollar tickets and all the $5-dollar tickets were sold. The ticket sales amounted to $8515. How much more would have been collected if all the tickets were sold?
4 m
Level 3
Jaslyn had some $10 notes and some $5 notes. 47 of the notes were $10 notes and the rest were $5 notes. After Jaslyn had spent $450 worth of $5 notes and 14 of $10 notes, she had 34 of the notes left. Find the number of $5-notes Jaslyn had left.
4 m