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Level 3 PSLE

Table 1 consists of numbers from 1 to 72. Kenny and Lionel are given a plastic frame that covers exactly 9 squares of Table 1 with the centre square covered.

Table 1 consists of numbers from 1 to 72. Kenny and Lionel are given a plastic frame that covers exactly 9 squares of Table 1 with the centre square covered.

- Kenny puts the frame on the 9 squares shown in Figure 1. What is the average of the 8 numbers that can be seen in the frame?
- Lionel puts the frame on some other 9 squares. The sum of the 8 numbers that can be seen in the frame is 320. What is the smallest number that can be seen in the frame?

3 m

Level 3

The bookshop sells 4 different coloured pens. The line graph shows the number of pens sold for each colour in a week.

The bookshop sells 4 different coloured pens. The line graph shows the number of pens sold for each colour in a week.

- What was the difference between the number of blue and black pens sold?
- Each red pen cost $0.30 more than each green pen. The bookshop collected $84 from selling the green pens. What was the price of 1 red pen?

3 m

Level 2

The line graph shows the number of bags sold from January to June.

The line graph shows the number of bags sold from January to June.

- Between which 2 months was the increase in sales the greatest? Give your answer in short form. (Eg Jan and Feb)
- How many bags were sold from January to June?
- Each bag was sold at the same price. How much was each bag sold for if a total of $1650 was collected from the sale of all bags?

3 m

Level 3

A departmental store had 120 kettles for sale during a 7-day period. The line graph shows the number of kettles left unsold at the end of each day. The number of kettles left unsold at the end of Day 7 was not shown.

A departmental store had 120 kettles for sale during a 7-day period. The line graph shows the number of kettles left unsold at the end of each day. The number of kettles left unsold at the end of Day 7 was not shown.

- On which day (from Day 1 to Day 7), was the greatest number of kettles sold? Give your answer in number. (Eg 1)
- The average number of kettles sold for the last three days was 14. How many kettles were sold on Day 7?

2 m

Level 2

Janelle collected 288 cards. She gave^{1}_{3} of them to her three siblings. On the average, how many cards did each of her siblings receive?

3 m
Janelle collected 288 cards. She gave

Level 3

Suzanne saved $468 in January. In February, her savings was 85% of the amount saved in January.

3 m
Suzanne saved $468 in January. In February, her savings was 85% of the amount saved in January.

- How much money did she save in February?
- Suzanne was saving up money to go on a holiday which cost $2580. She has planned to save the remainder of the money for the holiday by the last day in June. What is the average amount of money she would need to save after January and February?

Level 3

The table shows the marks Lennie scored for 4 subjects.

Her target was to achieve an average of 75 marks for the 4 subjects. How many marks must she score for Mother Tongue to achieve the target?

The table shows the marks Lennie scored for 4 subjects.

Her target was to achieve an average of 75 marks for the 4 subjects. How many marks must she score for Mother Tongue to achieve the target?

3 m

Level 3

Jade buys a coat, a vest, a sweater and a windbreaker. The average cost of these items is $36. The total cost of the sweater and the windbreaker is^{3}_{5} of the total cost of the coat and the vest. If the coat costs $16.60 and the windbreaker costs $11.50, find the difference in cost between the vest and the sweater.

3 m
Jade buys a coat, a vest, a sweater and a windbreaker. The average cost of these items is $36. The total cost of the sweater and the windbreaker is

Level 3

The table shows the time taken by 4 participants in a race. All the times recorded are in whole numbers. Some of the time recorded were blocked by an ink drop. The average time taken by the 4 participants was 60 seconds. The difference between the time taken by Gabriel and Owen was 2 seconds. Find the shortest possible time taken by Fred.

The table shows the time taken by 4 participants in a race. All the times recorded are in whole numbers. Some of the time recorded were blocked by an ink drop. The average time taken by the 4 participants was 60 seconds. The difference between the time taken by Gabriel and Owen was 2 seconds. Find the shortest possible time taken by Fred.

3 m

Level 3

A sports shop had 300 ping-pong balls for sale. Each ping-pong ball is sold at $2. At the end of each day, the number of ping-pong balls was recorded in the bar graph shown.

A sports shop had 300 ping-pong balls for sale. Each ping-pong ball is sold at $2. At the end of each day, the number of ping-pong balls was recorded in the bar graph shown.

- What fraction of the total number of ping-pong balls was left at the end of Day 3? Express your answer in its simplest form.
- If the shop decided to sell every 5 ping-pong balls at $9.30 from Day 4 onwards, how much less would it collect from the sale of the ping-pong balls?

4 m