Question:

Level 3

Kate had $280 more than Natalie. Kate gave^{3}_{5} of her money to Natalie. Natalie then gave 25% of her money to Kate. In the end, Kate had $146 less than Natalie. How much did Kate have at first?

4 m
Kate had $280 more than Natalie. Kate gave

Level 3

Henry had to paint some cartons. On the first day, the number of cartons he painted was 40% of the number of cartons that he had not painted. One week later, he painted another 100 cartons. As a result, the total number of painted cartons became 28 more than^{1}_{2} of the total number of cartons. How many more cartons were unpainted than painted on the first day?

4 m
Henry had to paint some cartons. On the first day, the number of cartons he painted was 40% of the number of cartons that he had not painted. One week later, he painted another 100 cartons. As a result, the total number of painted cartons became 28 more than

Level 2

0.7 of Ian's money is equal to 80% of Sean's money. What is the ratio of Ian's money to Sean's money?

2 m
0.7 of Ian's money is equal to 80% of Sean's money. What is the ratio of Ian's money to Sean's money?

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
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?

Level 3

Wendy had $779 more than Hazel. Wendy spent 0.6 of her money and Hazel spent 50% of her money. In the end, Wendy and Hazel had the same amount of money left. Find the amount of money that Wendy had in the end.

5 m
Wendy had $779 more than Hazel. Wendy spent 0.6 of her money and Hazel spent 50% of her money. In the end, Wendy and Hazel had the same amount of money left. Find the amount of money that Wendy had in the end.

Level 3

Cathy had some coin collection.^{1}_{4} of them were red and the rest were yellow. She gave away 135 of the yellow coins and 50% of the red coins. She then had ^{1}_{5} of her coin collection left. How many coins did Cathy give away?

4 m
Cathy had some coin collection.

Level 3

Yvonne will be 36 years old in 3 years' time. Now, Tina's age is^{2}_{3} of Yvonne's age. What was Tina's age when she was 4 years less than 80% of Yvonne's age?

4 m
Yvonne will be 36 years old in 3 years' time. Now, Tina's age is

Level 3

Vincent and George had 852 notebooks together. Vincent had 210 more notebooks than George. Both of them sold some of their notebooks. George sold 20% less notebooks than what Vincent sold. In the end, George had half as many notebooks left as Vincent. How many notebooks had Vincent left?

4 m
Vincent and George had 852 notebooks together. Vincent had 210 more notebooks than George. Both of them sold some of their notebooks. George sold 20% less notebooks than what Vincent sold. In the end, George had half as many notebooks left as Vincent. How many notebooks had Vincent left?

Level 3

Liam had^{5}_{7} as many 20-cent coins as 1-dollar coins in his piggy bank. Each time, four 20-cent coins and six 1-dollar coins were taken out from the piggy bank. In the end, only seven 20-cent coins and four 1-dollar coins were left in the piggy bank. How many more 1-dollar coins than 20-cent coins were there in the piggy bank at first?

4 m
Liam had

Level 3

The number of 20-cent coins in a basket was 100% more than the number of 10-cent coins. 13 twenty-cent coins were taken out and exchanged for 10-cent coins. The number of 20-cent coins became^{5}_{8} less than the number of 10-cent coins. How much money is there in the basket?

5 m
The number of 20-cent coins in a basket was 100% more than the number of 10-cent coins. 13 twenty-cent coins were taken out and exchanged for 10-cent coins. The number of 20-cent coins became