Level 3
At the pet shelter, the rabbit population increased by 20% in the second month and then by a further 30% in the next 2 months. If there were 585 rabbits in the end, how many rabbits were there at the pet shelter at first?
4 m
Level 2
The table shows the prices of a similar dress from two different malls.
  1. Which mall sells the dress at a cheaper price? (A or B)
  2. How much cheaper is the dress?
3 m
Level 3
A pool was 60% full with water. When 40% of the water was drained, 72 ℓ of water remained in the pool. How much water can the pool hold?
3 m
Level 3
Patricia collected 120 foreign stamps and 80 local stamps. She gave 40% of the foreign stamps and 15% of the local stamps to Jack.
  1. How many stamps did Jack receive in all?
  2. What percentage of the stamps that Jack received were foreign stamps?
3 m
Level 3
Faith baked a total of 350 muffins and puffs. After giving away 80% of the puffs and 75% of the muffins, she was left with twice as many puffs as muffins. Find the number of puffs Faith gave away.
4 m
Level 3
  1. Sophie bought a doll and a toy plane during the Toy Bonanza. The usual price of the doll and the toy plane was $12 and $18 respectively. How much did she pay for the 2 items?
  2. Nicholas bought 2 identical soft toys. The total discount for the 2 soft toys was $10.50. What was the price of each soft toy before discount?
4 m
Level 3
The usual price of a notebook sold at Shop A and B is $20. During a sale, a discount of 20% is given to every notebook sold at Shop A. At Shop B, a discount of 50% is given to the 3rd notebook for every 3 notebooks sold. How much cheaper would it be if Lily buys 8 notebooks from Shop A instead of Shop B?
5 m
Level 3
A shopkeeper is selling 700 sketch books. He sold 60% of them at $8 each, 50% of the remainder at a discount of 40% and the rest at cost price. He made a profit of $2912. Find the cost price of a sketch book.
4 m
Level 3
Belinda made a profit of 50% from the sale of a dress and a profit of 80% from the sale of a shirt. The total profit she made from the two items was $91. She later sold a similar dress at a discount of 20% off the advertised price. Her total profit for the three items then increased to $121.
  1. Find the profit made on the shirt.
  2. How much did she sell the shirt for?
4 m
Level 3
Nicole bought 2 pairs of shoes at the store and paid a total amount of $262.15 including 7% GST.
  1. How much did the 2 pairs of shoes cost before GST?
  2. The usual price for Nicole's second pair of shoes was $190 before GST. What was the usual price of her first pair of shoes before GST?
4 m