Level 2 PSLE
School camp T-shirts were available in 4 colours: black, blue, red and white. At the camp, each child chose one T-shirt. The pie chart represents the children's choice of T-shirt colours. 40 children chose black T-shirts. The children's choice of T-shirt colours is also represented by the bar graph. The bar that shows the number of children who chose blue T-shirts has not been drawn. How many children choseblueT-shirts?
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Level 1
The graph shows the number of sports that a group of pupils participated in. How many pupils participated in at least 1 sport?
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Level 2
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows the number of butterflies drawn by each child.
Give the answers in numbers. (Eg 1)
  1. Who draw the same number of butterflies as Shine?
  2. Which 2 children draw a total of 13 butterflies? (Eg 1, 2)
  3. Who draws 3 more butterflies than Mel?
  4. Faye and his neighbour draw 3 butterflies more than Jane. Who is this neighbour?
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Level 2 PSLE
A school conducted checks on its Primary 6 students' eyesight from Tuesday to Friday. Each student had their eyes checked on one of the four days. The bar graph shows the number of students that were checked on each day. What percentage of the Primary 6 students had their eyes checked on Tuesday?
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Level 2 PSLE
A shop sold three brands of pens: Brand A, Brand B and Brand C. The bar graph shows the number of pens sold for each brand in one day.
  1. How many pens were sold altogether?
  2. The shop collected $270 from selling the pens. The prices of Brand A, Brand B, and Brand C pens were in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3. How much money was collected from selling Brand B pens?
2 m
Level 1
In 8 years' time, the average age of Mr Tong and his son will be 27 years. What is their total age now?
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Level 3
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows 4 item types that John collected for his recycling project. Give the answers in numbers.
  1. John collected _____ magazines.
  2. He collected _____ more magazine than toys.
  3. He collected the same number of _____ and _____ . (Eg 1, 2)
  4. He collected _____ items altogether.
5 m
Level 2 PSLE
The bar graph shows the number of printers sold by Mr. Owen in 4 months. The bar that shows the number of printers sold in December has not been drawn. The number of printers sold in October was 30% of the total number of printers sold in the 4 months.
  1. What was the total number of printers sold in the 4 months?
  2. What was the number of printers sold in December?
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Level 1
The average mass of a tiger and a leopard is 183 kg. The tiger's mass is 7 kg more than the leopard's. Find the mass of the tiger.
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Level 3
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows the favourite board games of a group of children. Each smiley stands for 1 child.
Give the answers in numbers.
  1. _____ children like Scrabble.
  2. 5 more children prefer Snap to _____.
  3. _____ fewer children prefer chess to Monopoly.
  4. The same number of children like _____ and _____. (Eg 1, 2)
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