Question:

Level 3 PSLE

Linda saved $240 in February. This amount was a 20% increase from what she saved in January. The amount she saved in March was a 30% decrease from what she saved in February.

5 m
Linda saved $240 in February. This amount was a 20% increase from what she saved in January. The amount she saved in March was a 30% decrease from what she saved in February.

- What was the total amount that Linda saved from January to March?
- What was the percentage increase in the amount Linda saved in March compared to January?

Level 2

Fill in the blank.

Give the answer in decimals.

^{2}_{3} of A = 5 u

A = _____ u

2 m
Fill in the blank.

Give the answer in decimals.

A = _____ u

Level 3

Fill in the blanks in whole numbers or decimals only.

The ratio of adults to children is 1 : 2.

The ratio of boys to girls is 3 : 5.

The number of women to men is 2 : 3.

Let the number of children be 2 u.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in whole numbers or decimals only.

The ratio of adults to children is 1 : 2.

The ratio of boys to girls is 3 : 5.

The number of women to men is 2 : 3.

Let the number of children be 2 u.

- Number of adults = _____ u
- Number of boys = _____ u
- Number of women = _____ u
- Difference between the number of boys and women = _____ u

Level 2

Wendy's father's weight to her weight is 8 : 3. If Wendy puts on 60% more weight, by what percentage must her father's weight be reduced by so that their total weight remains unchanged as before? Correct the answer(s) to 1 decimal place.

2 m
Wendy's father's weight to her weight is 8 : 3. If Wendy puts on 60% more weight, by what percentage must her father's weight be reduced by so that their total weight remains unchanged as before? Correct the answer(s) to 1 decimal place.

Level 2

The ratio of the number of shortbreads to the number of cookies in a stall is 2 : 1. A shortbread costs $1.10 and a cookie costs $0.80. If all the shortbreads and cookies are sold, a sum of $537 will be collected. How many shortbreads are there altogether?

2 m
The ratio of the number of shortbreads to the number of cookies in a stall is 2 : 1. A shortbread costs $1.10 and a cookie costs $0.80. If all the shortbreads and cookies are sold, a sum of $537 will be collected. How many shortbreads are there altogether?

Level 3

Fill in the blanks in whole numbers or decimals.

2 boys, Adam and Bryan, share some stickers.

Bryan has 20% of the total.

If Bryan receives extra stickers,

his number of stickers increases by 50%.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in whole numbers or decimals.

2 boys, Adam and Bryan, share some stickers.

Bryan has 20% of the total.

If Bryan receives extra stickers,

his number of stickers increases by 50%.

- Number of stickers that Bryan has at first = _____ u
- Change in the number of stickers that Bryan has = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Bryan has in the end = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Adam has in the end = _____ u

Level 3

Fill in the blanks in whole numbers or decimals.

2 boys, Adam and Bryan, share some stickers.

Bryan has 20% of the total.

If Bryan gives away some stickers,

his number of stickers decreases by 25%.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in whole numbers or decimals.

2 boys, Adam and Bryan, share some stickers.

Bryan has 20% of the total.

If Bryan gives away some stickers,

his number of stickers decreases by 25%.

- Number of stickers that Bryan has at first = _____ u
- Change in the number of stickers that Bryan has = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Bryan has in the end = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Adam has in the end = _____ u

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.

4 m
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.

- Number of stickers that Adam has at first = _____
- Number of stickers that Bryan has at first = _____
- Number of stickers that Chris has at first = _____
- Total number of stickers that they have at first = _____

Level 3

Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or decimals.

Adam spends 30% of his money on food and

40% of the remainder on rental.

Let the total amount of money be 10 u.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or decimals.

Adam spends 30% of his money on food and

40% of the remainder on rental.

Let the total amount of money be 10 u.

- Amount that Adam spends on food = _____ u
- Amount that Adam has left after spending on food = _____ u
- Amount that Adam spends on rental = _____ u
- Amount that Adam has left = _____ u

Level 2 PSLE

Alex saved a total of $138 in coins in his coin box.^{2}_{3} of all the coins saved were one-dollar coins. There were 3 times as many one-dollar coins as twenty-cent coins. The remaining coins were fifty-cent coins. How many coins did Alex save in his coin box altogether?

3 m
Alex saved a total of $138 in coins in his coin box.