Level 3
Adrian had 3 coins and Alex had 6 coins. Their coins consisted of 20¢ coins and 50¢ coins. When all their 50¢ coins were exchanged for 20¢ coins, they had a total of 15 coins. How many 20¢ coins did they have at first?
4 m
Level 1
The bar graph shows the amount of money spent by 4 children.
Name the child/children who spent more than $80? Give your answer(s) in number(s). (Eg 1 or 1,2) 1 m Level 2 Adam, Bryan and Chris have$800 altogether.
Adam has $100 more than Bryan. Bryan has 3 times as much money as Chris. How much money does Adam have? 3 m Level 1 The cost of a speaker is$59.75. What is the cost when rounded to the nearest dollar?
1 m
Level 1
Peter saves $70 a week. How much will he save in 12 weeks? 1 m Level 3 Adam buys 2 stickers and 3 marbles. He finds that that he can buy 7 stickers with the same amount of money. Each sticker costs 75¢. How much is each marble? Give the answer in dollars. 4 m Level 2 The bar graph shows the amount of money saved by 3 children in Jun. Part of the graph had been blotted with ink. The total amount saved by the 3 children in June was$145.
1. Who saved more money, Fatima or Theresa? Give your answer in number. (Eg 1)
2. How much more did this child save?
2 m
Level 2
The table shows the charges for printing photos at a photo centre. Neave printed 64 4R photos and 165 5R photos. How much did he pay in total?
2 m
Level 1
Adam has $20. He buys a marble for$11.20 and a sticker for $3.40. How much money does he have left? 2 m Level 2 After buying 3 stickers at$7.50 each,