Level 1 PSLE
In a group of 70 children, 49 are girls. What is the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls?
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Level 1 PSLE
There are 45 biscuits in a box. 27 of them have raisins while the rest are plain. What is the ratio of the number of plain biscuits to that of raisin biscuits in the box?
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Level 2
0.7 of Ian's money is equal to 80% of Sean's money. What is the ratio of Ian's money to Sean's money?
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Level 3
Eva and Fiona went shopping with a total of $200. After Eva spent 34 of her money and Fiona spent $46, the ratio of Fiona's money became 3 times as much as Eva's money. Find the ratio of Eva's money to Fiona's money at first.
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Level 3
Three cartons, A, B and C, contained 382 marbles. Hazel added some marbles into Carton A and the number of marbles in Carton A tripled. He took out half of the number of marbles from Carton B and added another 98 marbles into Carton C. As a result, the ratio of the number of marbles in Carton A, Carton B and Carton C became 6 : 2 : 9. What was the ratio of the number of marbles in Carton B to the total number of marbles in Carton A and Carton C at first? Give the answer(s) in its lowest term.
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Level 3
Three women, Mrs Zhang, Mrs Lin and Mrs Yap went on a shopping spree. 30% of Mrs Zhang's spending is equal to 15 of Mrs Lin's spending. Mrs Yap's spending is 40% more than Mrs Lin's. If Mrs Lin spends another $804, she will spend the same amount of money as Mrs Yap.
  1. Find the ratio of Mrs Zhang's spending to Mrs Lin's to Mrs Yap's.
  2. How much did Mrs Zhang spend?
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Level 2
30% of Nick's money is 45% of Sean's money. What is the ratio of Nick's money to Sean's money?
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Level 1
Find the following values without a calculator. Simplify to the simplest form.
  1. 10 : 20 = _____
  2. 130% : 30% =
  3. 1.2 : 0.3 = _____
  4. 15 : 12 = _____
4 m
Level 2
The figure consists of 2 squares and a circle. If the length of the bigger square is 10 cm, what is the area of the shaded part?
2 m
Level 1 PSLE
Mr Lim asked some students to choose their favorite colour for a T-shirt. The results are shown in the graph.
  1. What is the ratio of the number of students who chose purple to the number who chose green to the number who chose yellow?
  2. Mr Yip ordered a total a total of 360 T-shirts in the three colours according to the same ratio in part (a). How many more yellow than purple T-shirts were ordered?
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