Question:

Level 3 PSLE

A fruit seller had an equal number of peaches, starfruits and pomegranates at first. After 46 pomegranates, some peaches and starfruits were sold, there were 76 fruits left. There were 3 times as many peaches as starfruits left. The number of pomegranates left was 15 less than the number of peaches left. How many starfruits were sold?

4 m
A fruit seller had an equal number of peaches, starfruits and pomegranates at first. After 46 pomegranates, some peaches and starfruits were sold, there were 76 fruits left. There were 3 times as many peaches as starfruits left. The number of pomegranates left was 15 less than the number of peaches left. How many starfruits were sold?

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

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

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

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 2

May and Dora had $n altogether. After May gave $12 to Dora, each of them had the same amount of money. How much did Dora have at first?

2 m
May and Dora had $n altogether. After May gave $12 to Dora, each of them had the same amount of money. How much did Dora have at first?

Level 2

Fill in the blanks.

The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Class A is 3 : 2.

The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Class B is 4 : 5.

The number of boys is the same.

4 m
Fill in the blanks.

The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Class A is 3 : 2.

The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Class B is 4 : 5.

The number of boys is the same.

- Number of boys in Class A = _____ u
- Number of girls in Class B = _____ u
- Number of children in Class B = _____ u
- Total number of children = _____ u

Level 2

Fill in the blanks in units (Eg 3 u) or unit equations (Eg 1 u + 2).

Adam and Bryan have some stickers.

When Bryan uses^{1}_{3} of his stickers and

Adam buys another 20 stickers,

they have the same number of stickers each.

Let the number of stickers that Bryan has in the end be 2 u.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in units (Eg 3 u) or unit equations (Eg 1 u + 2).

Adam and Bryan have some stickers.

When Bryan uses

Adam buys another 20 stickers,

they have the same number of stickers each.

Let the number of stickers that Bryan has in the end be 2 u.

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

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

Olivia has 60% as many erasers as Penny. Penny has 180% as many erasers as Kate. If Penny gives 30 erasers to Kate, both will then have an equal number of erasers. Find the average number of erasers the three of them have.

3 m
Olivia has 60% as many erasers as Penny. Penny has 180% as many erasers as Kate. If Penny gives 30 erasers to Kate, both will then have an equal number of erasers. Find the average number of erasers the three of them have.