Question:

Level 2

Fill in the blanks.

Adam and Bryan have 7 stickers.

Adam and Chris have 13 stickers.

Chris has thrice as many as stickers as Bryan.

Let the number of stickers that Bryan has be 1 u.

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Fill in the blanks.

Adam and Bryan have 7 stickers.

Adam and Chris have 13 stickers.

Chris has thrice as many as stickers as Bryan.

Let the number of stickers that Bryan has be 1 u.

- Number of stickers that Chris has = _____ u
- 1 u = _____
- Number of stickers that Adam has = _____

Level 3

Bottle A and Bottle B have a total amount of 1050 mℓ of water. For Bottle B and Bottle C, the total amount of water is 1320 mℓ. The amount of water in Bottle A is^{2}_{5} the amount of water in Bottle C. What is the average amount of water in the 3 bottles?

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Bottle A and Bottle B have a total amount of 1050 mℓ of water. For Bottle B and Bottle C, the total amount of water is 1320 mℓ. The amount of water in Bottle A is

Level 3

Beryl has 2 containers. A and B of different capacities. If Container A is filled by a tap at a rate of 3 litres per minute and Container B is filled by a tap at a rate of 5 litres per minute, when Container A is completely filled, 5 litres of water flowed out from Container B. If Container A is filled by a tap at a rate of 4 litres per minute and Container B is filled by a tap at a rate of 3 litres per minute, when Container A is completely filled, Container B is only half-filled. What is the capacity of Container B?

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Beryl has 2 containers. A and B of different capacities. If Container A is filled by a tap at a rate of 3 litres per minute and Container B is filled by a tap at a rate of 5 litres per minute, when Container A is completely filled, 5 litres of water flowed out from Container B. If Container A is filled by a tap at a rate of 4 litres per minute and Container B is filled by a tap at a rate of 3 litres per minute, when Container A is completely filled, Container B is only half-filled. What is the capacity of Container B?

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.

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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.

Level 3

2 u + 3 p = 35

3 u + 2 p = 40

Find the following values.

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2 u + 3 p = 35

3 u + 2 p = 40

Find the following values.

- 1 u
- 1 p

Level 3

The ratio of Zoe's to Isabelle's incomes was 6 : 1 at first. After Zoe and Isabelle were given another $654 and $341 respectively, Zoe had 4 times as much money as Isabelle. How much did both of them have in the end?

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The ratio of Zoe's to Isabelle's incomes was 6 : 1 at first. After Zoe and Isabelle were given another $654 and $341 respectively, Zoe had 4 times as much money as Isabelle. How much did both of them have in the end?

Level 3

2 u - 3 p = 5

3 u - 2 p = 20

Find the following values.

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2 u - 3 p = 5

3 u - 2 p = 20

Find the following values.

- 1 u
- 1 p

Level 3

2 u + 3 p = 35

3 u - 2 p = 20

Find the following values.

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2 u + 3 p = 35

3 u - 2 p = 20

Find the following values.

- 1 u
- 1 p

Level 3

2 u + 3 p = 26

3 u - 4 p = 22

Find the following values.

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2 u + 3 p = 26

3 u - 4 p = 22

Find the following values.

- 1 u
- 1 p

Level 3

The figure shows 2 identical containers each holding 202 cm^{3} of water. The volumes of the water, the cubes and balls in Tank G and Tank H are 646 cm^{3} and 1183 cm^{3} respectively. What is the volume of each ball? Give the answer in cm^{3}.

The figure shows 2 identical containers each holding 202 cm

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