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Level 1 PSLE

Charles has a number of 10¢, 20¢ and 50¢ coins in the ratio 4 : 2 : 1. The total value of all the coins is $156. What is the total value of the 20¢ coins?

3 m
Charles has a number of 10¢, 20¢ and 50¢ coins in the ratio 4 : 2 : 1. The total value of all the coins is $156. What is the total value of the 20¢ coins?

Level 3

A jar contained $2 and $5 notes with a total value of $518. 4 pieces of $5 were exchanged for $2 notes of similar value. In the end, the number of $2 notes was the same as the $5 notes. How many $5 notes were there at first?

3 m
A jar contained $2 and $5 notes with a total value of $518. 4 pieces of $5 were exchanged for $2 notes of similar value. In the end, the number of $2 notes was the same as the $5 notes. How many $5 notes were there at first?

Level 3

Some visitors paid a total of $390 for entrance tickets to a theme park. The entrance ticket for a child cost $6. The entrance ticket for an adult cost 3 times as much. If there were 19 more adults than children, how many of the visitors were

3 m
Some visitors paid a total of $390 for entrance tickets to a theme park. The entrance ticket for a child cost $6. The entrance ticket for an adult cost 3 times as much. If there were 19 more adults than children, how many of the visitors were

- children?
- adults?

Level 3

A hoodie cost $13 more than a T-shirt. Anna paid $231 for 3 hoodies and 5 T-shirts. How much did 1 hoodie cost?

3 m
A hoodie cost $13 more than a T-shirt. Anna paid $231 for 3 hoodies and 5 T-shirts. How much did 1 hoodie cost?

Level 3

3 foreigners have the same mass as 5 locals. Each foreigner's mass is 16 kg more than each local. What is the total mass of the 5 locals in kilograms?

3 m
3 foreigners have the same mass as 5 locals. Each foreigner's mass is 16 kg more than each local. What is the total mass of the 5 locals in kilograms?