Question:

Level 3

Fill in the blanks.

Adam has some stickers.

Adam gives some stickers away.

The number of stickers decreases by 25%.

3 m
Fill in the blanks.

Adam has some stickers.

Adam gives some stickers away.

The number of stickers decreases by 25%.

- Number of stickers that Adam has at first = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Adam gives away = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Adam has in the end = _____ u

Level 2

Fill in the blanks.

Adam has some stickers.

Bryan gives him more stickers.

The number of stickers that Adam has now is an increase of 25% compared to what he has at first.

3 m
Fill in the blanks.

Adam has some stickers.

Bryan gives him more stickers.

The number of stickers that Adam has now is an increase of 25% compared to what he has at first.

- Number of stickers that Adam has at first = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Bryan gives him = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Adam has in the end = _____ u

Level 2 PSLE

Part of a scale is shown. What is the value of the reading at X?

Part of a scale is shown. What is the value of the reading at X?

2 m

Level 1 PSLE

The line graph shows the temperature of soup in a pot from 08 00 to 08 35. (Give your answers in °C.)

The line graph shows the temperature of soup in a pot from 08 00 to 08 35. (Give your answers in °C.)

- What was the temperature of the soup at 08 25?
- What was the increase in temperature per minute over the first 5 minutes?

2 m

Level 3 PSLE

The graphs show the total number of leaflets machines A and B printed from the start. Both machines started printing at the same time.

The graphs show the total number of leaflets machines A and B printed from the start. Both machines started printing at the same time.

- How many more leaflets did B print than A in 5 minutes?
- Both machines did not change their rates of printing throughout. When A had printed 200 leaflets, how many leaflets had B printed?

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

A group of boys were asked to choose their favourite sport from swimming, basketball and football. The pie chart represents the boys choices. Half of the group chose football.

A group of boys were asked to choose their favourite sport from swimming, basketball and football. The pie chart represents the boys choices. Half of the group chose football.

- What percentage of the group chose swimming?
- The boys' choices were also represented by a bar graph. Part of the graph had been torn off. How many boys chose basketball?

2 m

Level 1 PSLE

The total cost of a pencil and a book is $35. The cost of the pencil is^{2}_{5} the cost of the book. What is the cost of the book?

2 m
The total cost of a pencil and a book is $35. The cost of the pencil is

Level 2 PSLE

May had some money. She used^{1}_{4} of it on a dress and ^{1}_{6} of it on a gift. The dress and the gift cost $133.50 altogether. How much money had she left?

2 m
May had some money. She used

Level 2 PSLE

The average mass of 3 boys, Abel, Benny, Charlie, is 44 kg. Abel is heavier than Benny by 6 kg. The total mass of Abel and Benny is the same as the mass of Charlie. What is the mass of Abel?

2 m
The average mass of 3 boys, Abel, Benny, Charlie, is 44 kg. Abel is heavier than Benny by 6 kg. The total mass of Abel and Benny is the same as the mass of Charlie. What is the mass of Abel?

Level 2 PSLE

Derrick paid $153 for 3 shirts and 1 sweater. The price of a shirt was^{3}_{8} of the price of the sweater. How much did Derrick pay for the sweater?

2 m
Derrick paid $153 for 3 shirts and 1 sweater. The price of a shirt was