Level 2
Fill in the blanks in units (Eg 3 u) or unit equations (Eg 1 u + 2).

Adam and Bryan have some stickers.
When Bryan uses 13 of his stickers and
Adam buys another 20 stickers,
they have the same number of stickers each.

Let the number of stickers that Bryan has in the end be 2 u.
  1. Number of stickers that Adam has in the end = _____
  2. Number of stickers that Bryan has at first = _____
  3. Number of stickers that Adam has at first = _____
  4. Total number of stickers that they have at first = _____
4 m
Level 3
Fill in the blanks in units (Eg 3 u) or unit equations (Eg 1 u + 2).

Adam and Bryan have some stickers.
Bryan uses 14 of his stickers and
Adam uses 34 of his stickers.
In the end, the number of stickers Adam and Bryan have is in the ratio of 1 : 5.
  1. Number of stickers that Bryan has in the end = _____
  2. Number of stickers that Adam has at first = _____
  3. Number of stickers that Bryan has at first = _____
  4. Total number of stickers that they have at first = _____
4 m
Level 3
Fill in the blanks in units (Eg 1 u) or unit equations (Eg 1 u + 2).

Adam and Bryan have some stickers.
Bryan uses 14 of his stickers and
Adam buys 34 more stickers.
In the end, the number of stickers that Adam and Bryan have is in the ratio of 1 : 5.
  1. Number of stickers that Bryan has in the end = _____
  2. Number of stickers that Adam has at first = _____
  3. Number of stickers that Bryan has at first = _____
  4. Total number of stickers that they have at first = _____
4 m
Level 3
Fill in the blanks in units, decimal units or unit equations. (Eg 3 u OR 1.2 u OR 1 u + 2)
Adam, Bryan and Chris have some stickers.
After Adam's number of stickers is doubled,
Bryan's number of stickers is increased by 10 and
Chris' number of stickers is reduced by 8,
the ratio of the number of stickers of Adam to Bryan to Chris becomes the same.
Let the number of stickers that Adam has in the end be 1 u.

  1. Number of stickers that Adam has at first = _____
  2. Number of stickers that Bryan has at first = _____
  3. Number of stickers that Chris has at first = _____
  4. Total number of stickers that they have at first = _____
4 m
Level 3
Fill in the blanks in units (Eg 3 u) or unit equations (Eg 1 u + 2).

Adam, Bryan and Chris have some stickers.
After Adam's number of stickers is doubled,
Bryan's number of stickers is increased by 10 and
Chris' number of stickers is reduced by 8,
the ratio of the number of stickers of Adam to Bryan to Chris becomes 4 : 2 : 1.

Let the number of stickers that Chris has in the end be 1 u.
  1. Number of stickers that Adam has at first = _____
  2. Number of stickers that Bryan has at first = _____
  3. Number of stickers that Chris has at first = _____
  4. Total number of stickers that they have at first = _____
4 m
Level 2
Last week, Fred had a total of 334 yellow and red pens. Two weeks later, he sold 23 of all the yellow pens and 82 red pens. Now he has the same number of yellow and red pens. How many pens does he have in the end?
2 m
Level 3
At a fruit stall, there were 399 mangosteens and lemons. 34 of the mangosteens and 23 of the lemons were sold. In the end, there were same number of mangosteens and lemons. How many more mangosteens than lemons were sold?
3 m
Level 3
The ratio of Henry's total points to that of Vincent's in a mock test was 6 : 7. In the next mock test, Henry's points increased by 70%. By what percentage must Vincent's points be increased if their total points were to be the same? Round off the answer(s) to the nearest whole number.
3 m
Level 3
In a jar, the ratio of the number of yellow balls to the number of purple balls was 1 : 3. Each time, 5 yellow and 7 purple balls were taken out of the jar. A while later, only 120 purple balls were left in the jar. What was the total number of balls in the jar at first?
3 m
Level 3
The ratio of the boys to the girls in school were 5 : 2. After 6 boys went home and 8 new girls came, there were 7 more boys than girls in schools. Find the number of children in school at first.
3 m