Level 1
The graph shows the height of a plant on the last day of each month from January to April. In which month was the greatest increase in the plant
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Level 1
Find the following values without a calculator.

Choose the greatest number.
  1. 54, 65, 46
  2. 345, 435, 534
  3. 443, 344, 343
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Level 1
Find the following values without a calculator.

Arrange the numbers from the biggest to the smallest.
  1. 54, 65, 46
  2. 345, 435, 534
  3. 443, 344, 343
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Level 1
Which is the biggest? Give the answer only in letter. (Eg a)
  1. 0.405
  2. 0.045
  3. 0.054
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Level 2
When a number is divided by 2, the remainder is 1.
When the same number is divided by 3, the remainder is also 1.
What is the smallest possible number?
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Level 2
When a number is divided by 2, the remainder is 1.
When the same number is divided by 3, the remainder is also 1.
What is the smallest possible number if the number is more than 10?
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Level 2
A packet contains 30 to 60 stickers.
The stickers can be shared equally among 6 children or 9 children.
What is the largest possible number of stickers in the packet?
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Level 2
A packet contains 30 to 60 stickers.
The stickers can be shared equally among wither 6 children or 9 children.
What is the smallest possible number of stickers in the packet?
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Level 3
Adam wants to buy some stickers for 20 friends.
Each packet of stickers has 10 stickers.
One packet of stickers costs $5.
  1. What is the least number of packets he needs to buy so that each friend gets 6 stickers?
  2. How much does Adam have to spend?
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Level 3
Adam has $103.
Adam wants to buy stickers for his friends.
Each packet of stickers has 10 stickers.
One packet of stickers costs $5.
  1. What is the most number of friends that he can give to so that each friend gets 6 stickers?
  2. How much does Adam have to spend?
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