Question:

Level 3

Lisa bought^{5}_{8} as many shortbreads as cookies at first. After she bought another 5 shortbreads and 76 cookies, there were ^{1}_{5} as many shortbreads as cookies. How many shortbreads and cookies did Lisa buy at first?

4 m
Lisa bought

Level 3

Ben's age is^{2}_{7} of his grandfather's. His grandfather will be 94 years old in 10 years' time. In how many years' time will Ben's age be ^{1}_{2} that of his grandfather's?

3 m
Ben's age is

Level 3

John spent^{3}_{7} of his salary and gave $880 to his wife. Of the remaining amount, he saved ^{1}_{5} of it and gave ^{3}_{10} of it to his parents. He then donated ^{2}_{3} of what he had left away and gave the remaining $56 to his daughter. What was John's salary?

4 m
John spent

Level 3

^{2}_{3} of Eva's money was equal to ^{1}_{5} of Gillian's money at first. After Eva spent $41 and Gillian spent ^{2}_{5} of her money, Eva had ^{1}_{3} as much money as Gillian.

4 m
- How much money did Gillian have at first?
- How much money did Gillian have in the end?

Level 3

Gillian bought^{3}_{5} as many stamps as stickers at first. After she bought another 10 stamps and 29 stickers, there were ^{4}_{7} as many stamps as stickers. How many stamps and stickers did Gillian buy at first?

4 m
Gillian bought

Level 3

Jane and Tina had $652. Tina had $76 more than Jane. Jane spent 2 times as much as Tina and was left with^{2}_{3} as much as Tina. How much did Jane spend?

4 m
Jane and Tina had $652. Tina had $76 more than Jane. Jane spent 2 times as much as Tina and was left with

Level 1

Can this shape be divided into equal parts? (Yes = Y, No = N)

Can this shape be divided into equal parts? (Yes = Y, No = N)

1 m

Level 3

There were 801 students at a cinema at first. After^{2}_{7} of the girls and ^{1}_{2} of the boys left, there were still 103 more boys than girls at the cinema. How many boys were there at first?

5 m
There were 801 students at a cinema at first. After

Level 3

There were 229 lemons and soursops in a stall at first. After^{1}_{5} of the lemons and ^{1}_{2} of the soursops were sold, there were a total of 182 lemons and soursops now. How many lemons are there now?

4 m
There were 229 lemons and soursops in a stall at first. After