Level 3
Adrian had 3 coins and Alex had 6 coins. Their coins consisted of 20¢ coins and 50¢ coins. When all their 50¢ coins were exchanged for 20¢ coins, they had a total of 15 coins. How many 20¢ coins did they have at first?
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Level 1
The bar graph shows the amount of money spent by 4 children.
Name the child/children who spent more than $80? Give your answer(s) in number(s). (Eg 1 or 1,2) 1 m Level 1 What is 20% of$2?
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Level 3 PSLE
A bookshop is having a book sale. The 1st book is at 10% discount. The 2nd book is at 20% discount. The price of the 2nd book should be equal or lower than the price of the 1st book.
1. Kimmy's books were priced at $10 and$12. How much did she pay for them? 2 m
2. Henry paid a total of $24.80 for his two books. He paid$4 more for the 1st book than for the 2nd book. What was the price of the 2nd book before discount? 3 m
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Level 1 PSLE
John had $4b. After buying some cloth at$8 per metre, he had $b left. How many metres of cloth did he buy? 1 m Level 1 PSLE In Belina's coin pouch, she had only five coins in the following denominations: 5¢ , 10¢ , 20¢, 50¢$1
If she took out two coins from her coin pouch, is $1.30 a possible sum of the 2 coins? Give your answer in number. (Eg Yes = 1; No = 2) 1 m Level 1 Jane spent 16 of her money on a math textbook and 13 of it on a calculator. What fraction of her money did she spend? 1 m Level 1 During a donation drive, Lisa and her 4 friends collected a total of$5160 in six weeks. What was the average amount each of them collected in a week?
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Level 1 PSLE
Devi has \$10. She spends 85¢ on a bun and 70¢ on a drink. How much money does Devi have left?
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Level 1 PSLE
The pie chart shows how John spent the money his mother gave him. What fraction of the money did he spend on food?
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