Question:

Level 3

Ethan and Ian share a sum of money. Ethan receives $2400. If Ethan gets $105 less, the amount of money Ian gets will increase by 35%. Find the sum of money that the boys share.

3 m
Ethan and Ian share a sum of money. Ethan receives $2400. If Ethan gets $105 less, the amount of money Ian gets will increase by 35%. Find the sum of money that the boys share.

Level 3

Carl was fixing a jigsaw puzzle. By the second day, the number of pieces he fixed was 20% of the number of pieces unfixed. After another 8 days, he fixed another 196 pieces and the number of unfixed pieces he was left with was 20% of the number of pieces fixed. How many pieces were left unfixed?

3 m
Carl was fixing a jigsaw puzzle. By the second day, the number of pieces he fixed was 20% of the number of pieces unfixed. After another 8 days, he fixed another 196 pieces and the number of unfixed pieces he was left with was 20% of the number of pieces fixed. How many pieces were left unfixed?

Level 3

Henry, Jack and Liam sold some calculators. Liam sold 30% of the total number of calculators sold by Jack and Henry. Henry sold 20% of the total number of calculators sold by Jack and Liam. Jack sold 87 more calculators than Liam. Find the total number of calculators sold by all the boys.

3 m
Henry, Jack and Liam sold some calculators. Liam sold 30% of the total number of calculators sold by Jack and Henry. Henry sold 20% of the total number of calculators sold by Jack and Liam. Jack sold 87 more calculators than Liam. Find the total number of calculators sold by all the boys.

Level 3

Kate and Yvonne collected stamps. Kate gave 30% of her stamps to Yvonne and as a result, Yvonne's stamps increased by 70%. If Kate had 294 stamps left, find the total number of stamps the two girls had at first.

3 m
Kate and Yvonne collected stamps. Kate gave 30% of her stamps to Yvonne and as a result, Yvonne's stamps increased by 70%. If Kate had 294 stamps left, find the total number of stamps the two girls had at first.

Level 3

Betty, Mary and Jane shared a sum of money. Betty and Mary received 80% of the total amount of money. Mary and Jane received 50% of the total amount of money. Given that Betty received $66 more than Jane, how much was the sum of money that was shared by Betty and Jane?

3 m
Betty, Mary and Jane shared a sum of money. Betty and Mary received 80% of the total amount of money. Mary and Jane received 50% of the total amount of money. Given that Betty received $66 more than Jane, how much was the sum of money that was shared by Betty and Jane?

Level 3

The petrol tank of Fred's convertible was 80% empty. He went to the petrol kiosk and topped up 25ℓ of petrol. When he reached the theme park, the petrol tank was 90% full. Given that he used 4ℓ of fuel to get to the theme park from the kiosk, find the capacity of the petrol tank.

3 m
The petrol tank of Fred's convertible was 80% empty. He went to the petrol kiosk and topped up 25ℓ of petrol. When he reached the theme park, the petrol tank was 90% full. Given that he used 4ℓ of fuel to get to the theme park from the kiosk, find the capacity of the petrol tank.

Level 3

Ethan was fixing a jigsaw puzzle. On the second day, the number of pieces he fixed was 50% of the total number of pieces. After another two weeks, he fixed another 148 pieces and was left with 30% of the puzzle unfixed. How many pieces were left unfixed?

3 m
Ethan was fixing a jigsaw puzzle. On the second day, the number of pieces he fixed was 50% of the total number of pieces. After another two weeks, he fixed another 148 pieces and was left with 30% of the puzzle unfixed. How many pieces were left unfixed?

Level 3

Linda had a story book with 440 pages. She read 50% of the story book on Thursday, 35% of the story book on Friday and the rest on Saturday.

3 m
Linda had a story book with 440 pages. She read 50% of the story book on Thursday, 35% of the story book on Friday and the rest on Saturday.

- How many pages did she read on Saturday?
- How many more pages did she read on Thursday than on Saturday?

Level 2

Mr Lee bought 2 dictionaries. The original price of each dictionary was $50. He was given 10% discount on the first dictionary and 25% discount on the second dictionary. How much did he pay for the 2 dictionaries altogether?

3 m
Mr Lee bought 2 dictionaries. The original price of each dictionary was $50. He was given 10% discount on the first dictionary and 25% discount on the second dictionary. How much did he pay for the 2 dictionaries altogether?

Level 2

At a shop, dining chairs were sold for the price shown.

Usual price of one dining chair: $30

John bought some dining chairs at a discount of 30%. He paid $168 in total. How many dining chairs did he buy?

3 m
At a shop, dining chairs were sold for the price shown.

Usual price of one dining chair: $30

John bought some dining chairs at a discount of 30%. He paid $168 in total. How many dining chairs did he buy?