Level 3 PSLE
Letters A, B, C formed a patten as shown below.
A B A C A A B A C A A B A C A ...

If there are 137 'A', what is the greatest possible number of letters in the pattern?
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Level 1
The graph shows the number of students who visited the library in a week. On which day was the library visited by the least number of students? Give the answer in short form. (Eg Mon)
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Level 2
The bar graph shows the number of newspapers sold over a period of 5 days.
1. On which day was the least number of newspapers sold?
2. How many more newspapers were sold on Sunday than on Friday?
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Level 2
A total of 127 people are in a queue to collect their mugs. There are at least 3 women between any 2 men. What is the greatest possible number of men in the queue?
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Level 2
The boxes represent 5 consecutive whole numbers arranged from the smallest to the largest. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 is one example of 5 consecutive whole numbers arranged from the smallest to the largest. The sum of A, D and E is 106. Find the value of A.
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Level 1
What is the maximum number of cubes of edge 6 cm that can be cut from a foam cuboid, 67 cm by 36 cm by 27 cm?
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Level 1
Arrange the numbers in order. Begin with the greatest number. Give the answer in letters. (Eg a, b, c, d)
1. 6783
2. 6738
3. 7638
4. 7368
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Level 2
The table shows the types of stamps collected by 4 children.
1. Who collected the most number of stamps?
2. Cathy wanted to give 13 of her foreign stamps to the other 3 children. If each child received the same number of stamps from Cathy, how many stamps did each of them receive?
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Level 1
The bar graph shows the number of files sold by a bookshop on a Friday.
1. Which coloured file did the shop collect the most money from the sale? Give the first letter of the answer. (Eg Blue = B)
2. What was the amount of money collected from (a)?
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Level 1
Arrange the numbers in order. Begin with the smallest number. Give the answer in letters. (Eg a, b, c, d)
1. 5604
2. 5064
3. 5046
4. 6054
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