Question:

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?

Level 3

The amount of lemon syrup to the amount of water in Cup A is in the ratio 2 : 5. The amount of lemon syrup to the amount of water in Cup B is in the ratio 1 : 6. There is an equal amount of lemon syrup in both cups. Cup B contains 189 mℓ more water than Cup A. What is the amount of lemon syrup in Cup A? Leave the answer in mℓ.

3 m
The amount of lemon syrup to the amount of water in Cup A is in the ratio 2 : 5. The amount of lemon syrup to the amount of water in Cup B is in the ratio 1 : 6. There is an equal amount of lemon syrup in both cups. Cup B contains 189 mℓ more water than Cup A. What is the amount of lemon syrup in Cup A? Leave the answer in mℓ.

Level 3

Betty had an equal number of $2 and $10 notes. After spending 43 pieces of $10 and 19 pieces of $2 notes, the ratio of the $2 notes to $10 notes left was 5 : 1. Find the value of the notes left.

4 m
Betty had an equal number of $2 and $10 notes. After spending 43 pieces of $10 and 19 pieces of $2 notes, the ratio of the $2 notes to $10 notes left was 5 : 1. Find the value of the notes left.

Level 3

Howard and Sam had some money at first. Howard received 4 times as much money as Sam every fortnight. At the end of 2 fortnights, both of them had the same amount of money. If Sam had $1500 at first and Howard had $1900 at the end of those 2 fortnights, what was the ratio of Howard's money to the total amount of money at first?

4 m
Howard and Sam had some money at first. Howard received 4 times as much money as Sam every fortnight. At the end of 2 fortnights, both of them had the same amount of money. If Sam had $1500 at first and Howard had $1900 at the end of those 2 fortnights, what was the ratio of Howard's money to the total amount of money at first?

Level 3

David, Ethan and Tim have some marbles. The ratios of their marbles are as follows:

David : (David + Ethan + Tim) = 1 : 5

Ethan : (David + Tim) = 1 : 3

Tim has 42 marbles more than Ethan. In the end, Tim gives away all he has to Ethan and David so that both Ethan and David end up with the same number of marbles, how many marbles has Ethan received from Tim?

4 m
David, Ethan and Tim have some marbles. The ratios of their marbles are as follows:

David : (David + Ethan + Tim) = 1 : 5

Ethan : (David + Tim) = 1 : 3

Tim has 42 marbles more than Ethan. In the end, Tim gives away all he has to Ethan and David so that both Ethan and David end up with the same number of marbles, how many marbles has Ethan received from Tim?

Level 3

The number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Kindness was 4 : 7. The number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Joy was 4 : 7. Both classes had the same number of boys. When 18 girls from Primary 4 Kindness joined Primary 4 Joy, the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Kindness became 2 : 3. Find the total enrolment of both classes.

4 m
The number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Kindness was 4 : 7. The number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Joy was 4 : 7. Both classes had the same number of boys. When 18 girls from Primary 4 Kindness joined Primary 4 Joy, the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Kindness became 2 : 3. Find the total enrolment of both classes.

Level 3

Eva, Sarah and Penny had 1188 marbles. Sarah won some of the marbles from Eva and as a result, Sarah's marbles increased by 20%. Penny then won some marbles from Sarah and Penny's marbles increased by 40%. Finally, Penny lost some of her marbles to Eva and Eva's marbles increased by 20%. In the end, they realised that they each had an equal number of marbles. How many percent less did Eva have in the end than what she had at first? Correct your answer to 1 decimal place.

5 m
Eva, Sarah and Penny had 1188 marbles. Sarah won some of the marbles from Eva and as a result, Sarah's marbles increased by 20%. Penny then won some marbles from Sarah and Penny's marbles increased by 40%. Finally, Penny lost some of her marbles to Eva and Eva's marbles increased by 20%. In the end, they realised that they each had an equal number of marbles. How many percent less did Eva have in the end than what she had at first? Correct your answer to 1 decimal place.

Level 3

There were some avocados in 3 boxes, E, F and G. 30% of the number of avocados in Box E was equal to 60% of the number of avocados in Box F. The number of avocados in Box G was 60% of the total number of avocados in Box E and F. After Oscar removed 20% of the avocados in Box G, there were 88 more avocados in Box F than in Box G. In the end, how many avocados should be transferred from Box F to Box G so that the avocados in Box G would be the same as Box E?

5 m
There were some avocados in 3 boxes, E, F and G. 30% of the number of avocados in Box E was equal to 60% of the number of avocados in Box F. The number of avocados in Box G was 60% of the total number of avocados in Box E and F. After Oscar removed 20% of the avocados in Box G, there were 88 more avocados in Box F than in Box G. In the end, how many avocados should be transferred from Box F to Box G so that the avocados in Box G would be the same as Box E?

Level 3

If Yvonne gives Oscar $27, the amount of money she has will be 25% of his. If Oscar gives Yvonne $12, he will have the same amount of money as her. How much money did each of them have?

(a) Oscar

(b) Yvonne

4 m
If Yvonne gives Oscar $27, the amount of money she has will be 25% of his. If Oscar gives Yvonne $12, he will have the same amount of money as her. How much money did each of them have?

(a) Oscar

(b) Yvonne

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?