Level 1
Fill in the blanks.
The number of boys is 35 as many as the number of girls.

1. Number of boys = _____ u
2. Number of girls = _____ u
3. Number of children = _____ u
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Level 1
Fill in the blanks.
The number of boys is 85 as many as the number of girls.

1. Number of boys = _____ u
2. Number of girls = _____ u
3. Total number of children = _____ u
4. Difference in the number of boys and girls = _____ u
4 m
Level 1
Fill in the blanks.
The number of boys is 135 as many as the number of girls.

1. Number of boys = _____ u
2. Number of girls = _____ u
3. Total number of children = _____ u
4. Difference between the number of boys and girls = _____ u
4 m
Level 2
Fill in the blanks.
The mass of Bryan is 35 more than the mass of Adam.

1. Bryan's mass = _____ u
3. Total mass of Bryan and Adam = _____ u
4. Difference between the mass of Bryan and Adam = _____ u
4 m
Level 2
Fill in the blanks.
The mass of Bryan is 35 less than the mass of Adam.

1. Adam's mass = _____ u
2. Bryan's mass =_____ u
3. Total mass of Adam and Bryan = _____ u
4. Difference between the mass of Bryan and Adam = _____ u
4 m
Level 2
In a room, 57 of the girls wore cardigans. After 86 girls who wore cardigans left the room, the percentage of girls who wore cardigans decreased to 10%. How many girls in the room did not wear cardigans?
2 m
Level 2
1104 people went to a park. 38 were adults. Some children left halfway and the ratio of the number of adults to the number of children became 6 : 7. How many children left the park halfway?
2 m
Level 3
There were some pencils in Box A and Box B. After Carl transferred 34 of the pencils from Box A to Box B, the ratio of the number of pencils in Box A to that in Box B changed to 2 : 9. Find the ratio of the numbers of pencils in Box A to the number of pencils in Box B at first.
3 m
Level 3
At a stall, the ratio of watermelons to coconuts was 8 : 13. After Kate bought two-thirds of the coconuts, there was a total of 111 watermelons and coconuts left at the stall. How many fruits were there at first?
3 m
Level 3
The amount of Isabelle's salary to Sarah's salary is 2 : 9. If Isabelle spends 35 of her salary, she will have \$902 less than Sarah. How much salary does Sarah have?
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