Level 2
At a zoo, 14 of the visitors were men. The remaining visitors were women and children in the ratio of 1:3. If there were 150 more children than men. How many visitors were there at the zoo?
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Level 2
At a supermarket, 20% of the fish were guppies and the rest were dory fish. 40% of the dory fish were sold. What was the ratio of the number of dory fish to the number of guppies in the end?
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Level 2 PSLE
A rope was first cut into two pieces in the ratio 3 : 2. The longer piece was then cut into two pieces in the ratio 3 : 1. Among the three pieces, the length of the shortest piece was 6 cm. What was the length of the rope before it was first cut?
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Level 2
Albert had $y. He spent $12 on a novel and gave 13 of the remainder to his mother.
  1. How much did he give to his mother?
  2. How much did he have left?
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Level 2
Alina spent 16 of her salary on a printer and 25 of the remainder on a notebook. If she saved the remaining $300, how much was her salary?
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Level 2
Alina spent 16 of her salary on a printer and 23 of the remainder on a notebook. If she saved the remaining $1300, how much was her salary?
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Level 2
Alina spent $1300 on a printer. Of the remaining salary, she spent 16 on a notebook. She had 25 of the original total left. How much was her salary?
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Level 2
Fill in the blanks.
Some stickers are given to 3 children.
Adam has 310 of the stickers.
Bryan has 17 of the remaining stickers.
Chris has the rest of the stickers.

  1. Number of stickers that Adam has = _____ u
  2. Number of stickers that Bryan has = _____ u
  3. Number of stickers that Chris has = _____ u
  4. Number of stickers that Adam and Chris have = _____ u
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Level 3
Adam has 80 stickers.
He gives 25 to Bryan and
38 of the remainder to Chris.

  1. What is the fraction of the stickers given to Chris?
  2. What is the fraction of the stickers left?
  3. How many stickers does Chris receive?
  4. How many stickers does Adam have left?
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Level 3
Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or fractions.
Some stickers are given to 3 children.
Adam has 310 of the stickers.
Bryan has 16 of the remaining stickers.
Chris has the rest of the stickers.

  1. Number of stickers that Adam has = _____ u
  2. Number of stickers that Bryan has = _____ u
  3. Number of stickers that Chris has = _____ u
  4. Difference between the number of stickers that Bryan and Chris have = _____ u
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