Question:

Level 2

Fill in the blanks.

The number of boys is 2 more than the girls.

The number of adults is thrice the number of children.

Let the number of girls be 1 u.

4 m
Fill in the blanks.

The number of boys is 2 more than the girls.

The number of adults is thrice the number of children.

Let the number of girls be 1 u.

- Number of boys = 1 u + _____
- Number of children = 2 u + _____
- Number of adults = _____ u + 6
- Number of people = _____ u + 4

Level 2

Fill in the blanks.

The number of boys is 4 times as many as the number of girls.

The number of adults is twice the number of children.

Let the number of girls be 1 u.

3 m
Fill in the blanks.

The number of boys is 4 times as many as the number of girls.

The number of adults is twice the number of children.

Let the number of girls be 1 u.

- Number of boys = _____ u
- Number of adults = _____ u
- Total number of people = _____ u

Level 3

Tim had 672 coins.^{2}_{7} are pink and the rest are yellow and blue. The ratio of the number of yellow coins to the number of blue coins is 1 : 3. Tim decides to buy some more pink coins to increase the number of pink coins to half of the total number of coins.

5 m
Tim had 672 coins.

- How many less yellow coins than pink coins did he have at first?
- How many more pink coins must he buy?

Level 3

A crate contains some kiwis, Fuji apples and watermelons. 0.4 of the Fuji apples is equal to 80% of the kiwis. The number of watermelons is^{1}_{2} of the total number of kiwis and Fuji apples. If there are 44 more watermelons than kiwis, how many fruits are there in the crate altogether?

4 m
A crate contains some kiwis, Fuji apples and watermelons. 0.4 of the Fuji apples is equal to 80% of the kiwis. The number of watermelons is

Level 3

In a container, there are candies of 3 colours, yellow, white and purple. There are 108 more white candies than purple candies. The number of purple candies is^{1}_{2} more than the yellow candies. Given that the number of purple candies is 24% of the total number of candies in the container, how many more white candies are there than yellow candies?

4 m
In a container, there are candies of 3 colours, yellow, white and purple. There are 108 more white candies than purple candies. The number of purple candies is

Level 3

Sean, Tim, Fred and Mark paid a total of $132 for a souvenir. Mark paid^{3}_{8} of what the rest paid. Sean paid 20% of what the rest paid. Tim and Fred paid an equal amount of money. How much did Fred pay?

4 m
Sean, Tim, Fred and Mark paid a total of $132 for a souvenir. Mark paid

Level 3

Four boys, Vincent, Asher, Oscar and Zane saved some money. Asher's savings was^{5}_{12} of the total savings of Vincent, Oscar and Zane. Vincent's savings was 20% of the total savings. Oscar's savings was ^{1}_{2} of the total savings of Asher and Zane. If Asher's savings was $10650, how much less was Vincent's savings than the total of the other 3 boys?

4 m
Four boys, Vincent, Asher, Oscar and Zane saved some money. Asher's savings was

Level 3

There are some pupils in the zoo.^{2}_{5} of them are girls, of whom 20% of them do not wear caps. ^{2}_{3} of the boys do not wear caps. What is the percentage of the pupils in the zoo who wear caps?

4 m
There are some pupils in the zoo.

Level 3

During a survey, some people responded that they preferred badminton to other sports. The ratio of the number of women to the number of men who liked badminton was 3 : 1. The ratio of the number of people who liked badminton to those who disliked it was 3 : 1. If 20% of the people who did not like badminton were women, what was the ratio of the number of men to the number of women chosen for the survey?

4 m
During a survey, some people responded that they preferred badminton to other sports. The ratio of the number of women to the number of men who liked badminton was 3 : 1. The ratio of the number of people who liked badminton to those who disliked it was 3 : 1. If 20% of the people who did not like badminton were women, what was the ratio of the number of men to the number of women chosen for the survey?

Level 3

In a school, 0.8 of the girls and 0.3 of the boys take part in CCAs. There is an equal number of boys and girls who do not take part in CCAs. If 378 pupils do not take part in CCAs, how many more pupils take part in CCAs than those who do not take part in CCAs?

4 m
In a school, 0.8 of the girls and 0.3 of the boys take part in CCAs. There is an equal number of boys and girls who do not take part in CCAs. If 378 pupils do not take part in CCAs, how many more pupils take part in CCAs than those who do not take part in CCAs?