Level 2
Fill in the blanks.
Adam and Bryan have 7 stickers.
Adam and Chris have 13 stickers.
Chris has thrice as many as stickers as Bryan.
Let the number of stickers that Bryan has be 1 u.

  1. Number of stickers that Chris has = _____ u
  2. 1 u = _____
  3. Number of stickers that Adam has = _____
3 m
Level 3
Study the diagrams . What is the mass of 2 bananas? Express your answer in grams.
3 m
Level 3
A carton packed with 1 packet of rice weighs 5.62 kg. The same carton when packed with 4 such packets of rice weighs 21.43 kg.
  1. Find the mass of 1 packet of rice in kg.
  2. Find the mass of the empty carton in kg.
4 m
Level 3
The total cost of 1 orange and 2 pears is $2.40. The total cost of 3 oranges and 5 pears is $6.30. Find the cost of 1 pear.
4 m
Level 3
In a bookshop, 2 pens and 3 files cost $11.20. Joseph bought 3 pens and 4 files at $15.40 from the book shop.
  1. Find the cost of 1 pen and 1 file.
  2. What was the cost of 1 file?
4 m
Level 3
A box containing 3 similar mugs weighs 1.2 kg. The same box and 2 of the mugs weigh 980 g. Find the mass of the empty box.
4 m
Level 3
In an art class of 84 students, 0.125 of the girls passed the drawing test and 45 of the boys passed the drawing test. A total of 24 students passed the drawing test. How many girls failed the drawing test?
4 m
Level 3
The average weekly number of soft toys produced by Factory X and Y is 3486. The average weekly number of soft toys produced by Factory X and Z is 6586. If Factory Y produced 27 as many soft toys as Factory Z each week, how many soft toys does Factory X produce weekly?
5 m
Level 3
The average number of playing cards Brendon and Ricky had was 450. The average number of playing cards Brendon and Jonas had was 240. If the ratio of Ricky's playing cards to Jonas's playing cards was 5 : 2, find the number of playing cards Brendon had.
4 m
Level 3
The number of lava cakes on display at a cafe was 34 of the number of cupcakes on display. After 20 lava cakes were bought and the staff added another 30 cupcakes, the number of cupcakes was twice the number of lava cakes. The last group of customers bought 5 cupcakes each, finishing all the cupcakes on display. How many customers were there in the last group?
4 m