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Level 2 PSLE

Alicia has 3 empty flasks A, B and C. She poured an equal amount of water into each of them. After that,^{1}_{2} of A was filled with water, ^{1}_{5} of B was filled with water and ^{2}_{3} of C was filled with water. What is the ratio of the capacity of flask A to flask B to flask C?

2 m
Alicia has 3 empty flasks A, B and C. She poured an equal amount of water into each of them. After that,

Level 2 PSLE

The pupils in a class are divided equally into Team A and Team B. The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Team A is 2 : 1 and in Team B, it is 4: 11. What is the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in a class?

2 m
The pupils in a class are divided equally into Team A and Team B. The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Team A is 2 : 1 and in Team B, it is 4: 11. What is the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in a class?

Level 2 PSLE

Sue had a box of black beads and red beads in the ratio 13 : 7. She removed an equal number of black beads and red beads from the box. The ratio of the number of black beads and red beads left in the box became 3 : 1. What percentage of the beads were left in the box?

2 m
Sue had a box of black beads and red beads in the ratio 13 : 7. She removed an equal number of black beads and red beads from the box. The ratio of the number of black beads and red beads left in the box became 3 : 1. What percentage of the beads were left in the box?

Level 2

Anna had $20 more than Betty at first. After Anna and Betty spent an equal amount of money, Betty had^{3}_{5} as much as Anna. How much money did Anna have left?

2 m
Anna had $20 more than Betty at first. After Anna and Betty spent an equal amount of money, Betty had

Level 2 PSLE

3 children rented 2 computers from 4.15 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. and took turns to play games on them. At any time, 2 of them played on the computers while the other child watched. If each of them had the same amount of playing time, how many minutes did each child get?

2 m
3 children rented 2 computers from 4.15 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. and took turns to play games on them. At any time, 2 of them played on the computers while the other child watched. If each of them had the same amount of playing time, how many minutes did each child get?

Level 2

The ratio of Tim's money to Carl's money is 3 : 5. If Carl has $845, how much must he give to Tim so both will have the equal amount of money?

2 m
The ratio of Tim's money to Carl's money is 3 : 5. If Carl has $845, how much must he give to Tim so both will have the equal amount of money?

Level 2 PSLE

The graph shows the number of television sets sold from March to June. The number of television sets sold in June is equal to the average number of television sets sold from March to May. Find the number of television sets sold in June.

The graph shows the number of television sets sold from March to June. The number of television sets sold in June is equal to the average number of television sets sold from March to May. Find the number of television sets sold in June.

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

A parallelogram ABCD is drawn on a square grid.

A parallelogram ABCD is drawn on a square grid.

- Using the line XY, identify point Z on the grid to draw triangle XYZ such that it has the same perimeter as ABCD and XY = YZ. Give your number in number. (Eg 1)
**1 m** - Find the ratio of the area of XYZ to the area of ABCD.

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

Mr Chen bought some goldfish at $10 each. He also bought an equal number of swordfish at a different price. The average price of the goldfish and the swordfish was $8. Mr Chen paid $36 more for the goldfish than the swordfish he bought. How many goldfish did he buy?

2 m
Mr Chen bought some goldfish at $10 each. He also bought an equal number of swordfish at a different price. The average price of the goldfish and the swordfish was $8. Mr Chen paid $36 more for the goldfish than the swordfish he bought. How many goldfish did he buy?

Level 2

Olivia and Fiona shared a box of chocolates. Olivia had 72% of the total chocolates. if Olivia gave 66 of her chocolates to Fiona, both would have the same number of chocolates. How many chocolates did Olivia have?

2 m
Olivia and Fiona shared a box of chocolates. Olivia had 72% of the total chocolates. if Olivia gave 66 of her chocolates to Fiona, both would have the same number of chocolates. How many chocolates did Olivia have?