Level 2 PSLE
The graph shows the mass of a cup when empty and when different combinations of objects A, Band C are placed in the cup.
  1. What is the mass of the empty cup?
  2. What is the average mass of the objects A, Band C?
2 m
Level 1
A tiger eats an average of 28 kg of meat per day, while a lion eats an average of 30.5 kg of meat per day. How much more meat than the tiger will the lion eat in a week?
1 m
Level 2 PSLE
Books in a class library are grouped according to the following four types: Riddles, Poetry, Folktale, and Crafts. The bar graph shows the number of books of each type in the class library.
  1. What percentage of books in the class library was of the Folktale type?
  2. There were 38 students in the class. Every student in the class took three or four books home to read over the weekend. No book was left in the classroom. How many students took three books home?
2 m
Level 2
Tom is 72 kg. Alice's mass is 79 of Tom's mass. What is their average mass?
1 m
Level 2
The table shows the postage charges for sending letters to Malaysia. Victoria posted a letter with a mass of 89 g. How much did she pay for the postage?
2 m
Level 2
The total age of 3 men and 4 women is 120 years 9 months. What is the average age of each person? Express your answer in (a) _____ years and (b) _____ months.
1 m
Level 3
Farmer Nick has 4 rabbits. The mass of Rabbit G is the same as the average mass of the 4 rabbits. Rabbit H weighs 5 kg less than the average mass of the 4 rabbits. The mass of Rabbit I is 7 kg more than the average mass of the 4 rabbits. The mass of Rabbit J is 34 kg. Find the total mass of the 4 rabbits.
3 m
Level 3
The line graph shows the number of dresses sold by a shop from July to December in 2013.
  1. What was the average number of dresses sold per month from July to December in 2013?
  2. The total number of dresses sold for the same period from July to December in 2012 was 672. Find the percentage decrease in the total number of dresses sold for the same period from 2012 to 2013.
3 m
Level 2 PSLE
Carlo filled a container with water using two taps. He turned on Tap A first and after 4 minutes, he also turned on Tap B. Both taps were turned off at the same time when the container was completely filled without overflowing. The graph shows the amount of water in the container over 16 minutes.
  1. What fraction of the container was filled 4 minutes after Tap A was turned on? Express your answer in the simplest form.
  2. In one minute, how many litres of water flowed from Tap B?
3 m
Level 3
Four children made the following statements. Winnie : The average of Yoko's mass and my mass is 39 kg. Xtra : I am the heaviest. Yoko : Zane is 2 kg lighter than Xtra. Zane : Our masses are in consecutive order (In running sequence). What is the total mass of Winnie, Xtra and Yoko ?
3 m