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P6.WN.JC.17032904

Level 3 PSLE

A grocer had the same number of lemons, water apples and starfruits at first. After 78 starfruits, some lemons and water apples were set aside, there were 148 fruits left. There were thrice as many lemons as water apples left. The number of starfruits left was 20 less than the number of lemons. How many water apples were set aside?

4 m
A grocer had the same number of lemons, water apples and starfruits at first. After 78 starfruits, some lemons and water apples were set aside, there were 148 fruits left. There were thrice as many lemons as water apples left. The number of starfruits left was 20 less than the number of lemons. How many water apples were set aside?

7272
P6.WN.TL.16010127

Level 3

Wesley was asked to deliver 51 crystal bowls. For each crystal bowl safely delivered, he was paid $10. For each broken crystal bowl, he had to pay $18. If he was paid $90, how many crystal bowls were broken?

4 m
Wesley was asked to deliver 51 crystal bowls. For each crystal bowl safely delivered, he was paid $10. For each broken crystal bowl, he had to pay $18. If he was paid $90, how many crystal bowls were broken?

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Level 3

A group of 22 adults and children went to a bird park. Each adult ticket cost $8 and each child ticket cost $5. The group paid a total of $143 for the tickets. How many adults went to the bird park?

4 m
A group of 22 adults and children went to a bird park. Each adult ticket cost $8 and each child ticket cost $5. The group paid a total of $143 for the tickets. How many adults went to the bird park?

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P6.WN.TL.16010126

Level 3

There were 35 children in a team. Each boy was given 5 cupcakes and each girl was given 3 cupcakes. In all, 79 more cupcakes were given to the boys than the girls. How many boys were there?

4 m
There were 35 children in a team. Each boy was given 5 cupcakes and each girl was given 3 cupcakes. In all, 79 more cupcakes were given to the boys than the girls. How many boys were there?

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P6.WN.TL.16010128

Level 3

There were a total of 61 questions in a Science quiz. 4 marks were awarded for each correct answer and 1 marks were deducted for each incorrect answer. Cathy answered all the questions and scored 104 marks. How many more correct answers than wrong answers did she answer?

4 m
There were a total of 61 questions in a Science quiz. 4 marks were awarded for each correct answer and 1 marks were deducted for each incorrect answer. Cathy answered all the questions and scored 104 marks. How many more correct answers than wrong answers did she answer?

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P6.WN.TL.16010129

Level 3

There were a total of 88 questions in a Maths test. 10 marks were awarded for each correct answer and 2 marks were deducted for each incorrect answer or each incomplete answer. Betty could not complete all the questions in time and left the last 11 questions blank. She scored 472 marks. How many more correct answers than wrong answers did she answer?

4 m
There were a total of 88 questions in a Maths test. 10 marks were awarded for each correct answer and 2 marks were deducted for each incorrect answer or each incomplete answer. Betty could not complete all the questions in time and left the last 11 questions blank. She scored 472 marks. How many more correct answers than wrong answers did she answer?

7277
P6.WN.JC.16010148

Level 3

38 Primary 5 pupils and 35 of Primary 6 pupils went on a school learning journey. The number of Primary 6 girls was 2 times the number of Primary 5 girls, and there were 17 more Primary 5 boys than Primary 6 boys. How many more Primary 6 girls than Primary 6 boys went on the learning journey?

4 m
38 Primary 5 pupils and 35 of Primary 6 pupils went on a school learning journey. The number of Primary 6 girls was 2 times the number of Primary 5 girls, and there were 17 more Primary 5 boys than Primary 6 boys. How many more Primary 6 girls than Primary 6 boys went on the learning journey?

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P6.WN.JC.17032906

Level 3 PSLE

Yoko had two streamers of the same length. She cut the first streamer into equal parts of length 90 cm and to each part she tied 4 blue heart cutouts. After that, she cut the second streamer into equal parts of length 1.2 m and to each part she tied 7 red heart cutouts. When she finished tying, she counted that there were 80 more red heart cutouts than blue heart cutouts. How many heart cutouts were there altogether?

5 m
Yoko had two streamers of the same length. She cut the first streamer into equal parts of length 90 cm and to each part she tied 4 blue heart cutouts. After that, she cut the second streamer into equal parts of length 1.2 m and to each part she tied 7 red heart cutouts. When she finished tying, she counted that there were 80 more red heart cutouts than blue heart cutouts. How many heart cutouts were there altogether?