Question:

Level 1 PSLE

In Belina's coin pouch, she had only five coins in the following denominations.

5¢ , 10¢ , 20¢, 50¢ $1

If she took out two coins from her coin pouch, is $1.30 a possible sum of the 2 coins? Give your answer in number. (Eg Yes = 1; No = 2)

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In Belina's coin pouch, she had only five coins in the following denominations.

5¢ , 10¢ , 20¢, 50¢ $1

If she took out two coins from her coin pouch, is $1.30 a possible sum of the 2 coins? Give your answer in number. (Eg Yes = 1; No = 2)

Level 1 PSLE

Jim and Ken went to a supermarket. Jim spent $25 and Ken spent 80¢ less than Jim. How much money did they spend at the supermarket altogether?

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Jim and Ken went to a supermarket. Jim spent $25 and Ken spent 80¢ less than Jim. How much money did they spend at the supermarket altogether?

Level 1 PSLE

Ellie is 1.4 m tall. She is 5 cm taller than her brother. What is her brother's height in metres?

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Ellie is 1.4 m tall. She is 5 cm taller than her brother. What is her brother's height in metres?

Level 1

Find the following values without a calculator.

1 m
Find the following values without a calculator.

- 3 tenths + 5 hundredths = _____
- 3 hundredths + 5 thousandths = _____
- 4 tens + 3 ones + 5 hundredths = _____
- 2 hundreds + 2 tenths + 4 thousandths = _____

Level 1

Find the following values without a calculator.

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Find the following values without a calculator.

- 1 - 0.1 = _______
- 2 - 1.5 = _______
- 2.3 - 0.1 = _______
- 6.3 - 5 = _______

Level 1

Find the following values without a calculator.

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Find the following values without a calculator.

- 6.3 - 5.1 = _____
- 1.87 - 1.86 = _____
- 1.7 - 0.17 = _____
- 14.01 - 10 = _____

Level 2

Two numbers add up to 1.48. Both of the numbers are less than 1. One of them has 1 decimal place and the other has 2 decimal places. What is the largest possible difference between the two numbers?

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Two numbers add up to 1.48. Both of the numbers are less than 1. One of them has 1 decimal place and the other has 2 decimal places. What is the largest possible difference between the two numbers?

Level 1 PSLE

The airmail rates to two countries are shown. Demi sent a letter weighing 32 g to Thailand and a letter weighing 10 g to Australia by airmail. How much did she pay altogether?

The airmail rates to two countries are shown. Demi sent a letter weighing 32 g to Thailand and a letter weighing 10 g to Australia by airmail. How much did she pay altogether?

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