Level 3
Mrs. Ben made 248 more white chocolate cookies than dark chocolate cookies. After she gave away 57 of the white chocolate cookies and 13 of the dark chocolate cookies, there were an equal number of white chocolate cookies and dark chocolate cookies left. How many white chocolate cookies did she give away?
3 m
Level 3
A sum of $728 is divided among a group of people. 78 of the people receive $4 each, 13 of the remainder receive $3 each and the rest receive $2 each. How many people are there altogether?
4 m
Level 3
Serena used 25 of the flour and an additional 50 g to bake some cake. She used 14 of the remaining flour to bake some muffins. Given that Serena was left with 156 g of flour, how much flour did she have at first?
4 m
Level 3
Fion used 47 of the flour to bake a cake. She used 14 of the remaining flour to bake some muffins. Given that Fion was left with 450 g of flour, how much flour did she have at first?
4 m
Level 3
Serena used 25 of the flour and an additional 50 g to bake some cake. She used 14 of the remaining flour and an additional 24 g to bake some muffins. Given that Serena was left with 168 g of flour, how much flour did she have at first?
4 m
Level 3
Serene spent 37 of her money on some pens. She spent 14 of the remaining money on a box of poster colors and 23 of what was left on some books.
  1. What fraction of her money was left?
  2. Given that the books cost $12 more than the box of poster colors, find the sum of money Serene had at first.
4 m
Level 3
At a school swimming event, 14 of the students were boys. Given that 25 of the girls and 35 of the boys did not know how to swim, how many students were there altogether if there were 154 swimmers at the event?
4 m
Level 3
There were 210 books in a bookstore, 57 of the books were fiction books and the rest were non-fiction books. 23 of the fiction books and 56 of the non-fiction books were in English. How many non-English books were there in the bookstore?
4 m
Level 3
Ming Huat had 255 watermelons and 240 oranges at first. He used 35 of the watermelons and 34 of the oranges. He then bought some more oranges. In the end, 18 of the fruits he had left were watermelons. How many oranges did he buy?
3 m
Level 3
Tom spent 27 of his salary on a television and 310 of his remaining money on a DVD player. If he was left with $630 himself, how much was his salary?
4 m