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Level 3

^{3}_{10} of the tank is filled with water. Another 210 litres of water are needed to fill the tank to its brim.

4 m
- What is the volume of the tank?
- The Height of the tank is 60 cm and its length is 100 cm. Find the perimeter of its base.

Level 3

Tom built a car using two identical wheels of radius 2.9 cm each as shown. The distance between the centres of the two wheels is 59.2 cm. He rolled the car from one end of the room to the other end touching walls at both ends. The distance between the two walls is 11.2 m. How many complete revolutions did each wheel make? Take π = 3.14.

Tom built a car using two identical wheels of radius 2.9 cm each as shown. The distance between the centres of the two wheels is 59.2 cm. He rolled the car from one end of the room to the other end touching walls at both ends. The distance between the two walls is 11.2 m. How many complete revolutions did each wheel make? Take π = 3.14.

3 m

Level 3

2 honeydews and 3 mangosteens cost $2.20 altogether. 5 honeydews and 5 mangosteens cost $4.40 altogether. How much do 10 honeydews cost? Give the answer to 2 decimal place.

4 m
2 honeydews and 3 mangosteens cost $2.20 altogether. 5 honeydews and 5 mangosteens cost $4.40 altogether. How much do 10 honeydews cost? Give the answer to 2 decimal place.

Level 3

The perimeter of the rectangular base of a tank is 400 cm. The ratio of its length to its breadth is 3 : 2. When 48 ℓ of water are poured into the tank,^{2}_{5} of it is filled. Find the height of the tank .

4 m
The perimeter of the rectangular base of a tank is 400 cm. The ratio of its length to its breadth is 3 : 2. When 48 ℓ of water are poured into the tank,

Level 3

The figure is not drawn to scale. Tank A and Tank B have base areas of 1500 cm^{2} and 1000 cm^{2 }respectively. Water was poured into an empty rectangular Tank A until it reached a height of 20 cm. Some of the water was then poured from Tank A into Tank B which contained 1.5 ℓ of water until the height of the water in both tanks were the same.

The figure is not drawn to scale. Tank A and Tank B have base areas of 1500 cm

- Find the new height of the water in Tank A.
- How many litres of water were poured into Tank B?

4 m

Level 3

A crate filled with 35 mangosteens has a mass of 16.4 kg. The same crate when filled with 15 durians has a mass of 3.64 kg. The mass of 1 mangosteen is twice the mass of 1 durian. Find the mass of the crate when it is empty. Express the answer in g.

5 m
A crate filled with 35 mangosteens has a mass of 16.4 kg. The same crate when filled with 15 durians has a mass of 3.64 kg. The mass of 1 mangosteen is twice the mass of 1 durian. Find the mass of the crate when it is empty. Express the answer in g.

Level 3

A briefcase with 5 magazines in it has a mass of 2.58 kg. When 6 more magazines and 22 guide books are added, the mass becomes 4.28 kg. Each magazine has a mass 2 times as much as each guide book. Find the mass of the briefcase when it is empty. Express the answer in kg.

5 m
A briefcase with 5 magazines in it has a mass of 2.58 kg. When 6 more magazines and 22 guide books are added, the mass becomes 4.28 kg. Each magazine has a mass 2 times as much as each guide book. Find the mass of the briefcase when it is empty. Express the answer in kg.

Level 3

A car uses 9 litres of petrol for every 50 km it travels at an average driving speed is 80 km/h. It uses 6 litres of petrol for every 70 km it travels when it average driving speed is 60 km/h. How much petrol will the car consume use for a journey which lasts 12 h if it travels at 80 km/h for 5 h and 60 km/h for the rest of the journey?

4 m
A car uses 9 litres of petrol for every 50 km it travels at an average driving speed is 80 km/h. It uses 6 litres of petrol for every 70 km it travels when it average driving speed is 60 km/h. How much petrol will the car consume use for a journey which lasts 12 h if it travels at 80 km/h for 5 h and 60 km/h for the rest of the journey?

Level 3

A rectangular container 100 cm by 50 cm by 45 cm was 20% filled with water. A tap was turned on to fill it up with water at a rate of 9ℓ /min. Every 30 seconds after the tap was turned on, an iron ball of volume 500 cm^{3} was added to the container. How many iron balls of the same volume would there be in the container when the container is 100% filled with water?

4 m
A rectangular container 100 cm by 50 cm by 45 cm was 20% filled with water. A tap was turned on to fill it up with water at a rate of 9ℓ /min. Every 30 seconds after the tap was turned on, an iron ball of volume 500 cm

Level 3

Nick placed three empty containers side by side. The smallest container has a crack at the bottom of its side and the base area of each container is 18 cm^{2}. After he turned on the faucet for 68 minutes, the height of the water in the smallest container became 8 cm although 0.8 mℓ of water is leaking out of the crack per minute. Find the rate of flow of water from the faucet. Give the answer in mℓ/min.

Nick placed three empty containers side by side. The smallest container has a crack at the bottom of its side and the base area of each container is 18 cm

4 m