Question:

Level 3

Mrs. Ben made 248 more white chocolate cookies than dark chocolate cookies. After she gave away^{5}_{7} of the white chocolate cookies and ^{1}_{3} 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
Mrs. Ben made 248 more white chocolate cookies than dark chocolate cookies. After she gave away

Level 3

A sum of $728 is divided among a group of people.^{7}_{8} of the people receive $4 each, ^{1}_{3} of the remainder receive $3 each and the rest receive $2 each. How many people are there altogether?

4 m
A sum of $728 is divided among a group of people.

Level 3

Serena used^{2}_{5} of the flour and an additional 50 g to bake some cake. She used ^{1}_{4} 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
Serena used

Level 3

Fion used^{4}_{7} of the flour to bake a cake. She used ^{1}_{4} 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
Fion used

Level 3

Serena used^{2}_{5} of the flour and an additional 50 g to bake some cake. She used ^{1}_{4} 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
Serena used

Level 3

Serene spent^{3}_{7} of her money on some pens. She spent ^{1}_{4} of the remaining money on a box of poster colors and ^{2}_{3} of what was left on some books.

4 m
Serene spent

- What fraction of her money was left?
- Given that the books cost $12 more than the box of poster colors, find the sum of money Serene had at first.

Level 3

At a school swimming event,^{1}_{4} of the students were boys. Given that ^{2}_{5} of the girls and ^{3}_{5} 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
At a school swimming event,

Level 3

There were 210 books in a bookstore,^{5}_{7} of the books were fiction books and the rest were non-fiction books. ^{2}_{3} of the fiction books and ^{5}_{6} of the non-fiction books were in English. How many non-English books were there in the bookstore?

4 m
There were 210 books in a bookstore,

Level 3

Ming Huat had 255 watermelons and 240 oranges at first. He used^{3}_{5} of the watermelons and ^{3}_{4} of the oranges. He then bought some more oranges. In the end, ^{1}_{8} of the fruits he had left were watermelons. How many oranges did he buy?

3 m
Ming Huat had 255 watermelons and 240 oranges at first. He used

Level 3

Tom spent^{2}_{7} of his salary on a television and ^{3}_{10} of his remaining money on a DVD player. If he was left with $630 himself, how much was his salary?

4 m
Tom spent