Question:

Level 2

At a zoo,^{1}_{4} 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?

2 m
At a zoo,

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?

2 m
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?

Level 2

Albert had $y. He spent $12 on a novel and gave^{1}_{3} of the remainder to his mother.

2 m
Albert had $y. He spent $12 on a novel and gave

- How much did he give to his mother?
- How much did he have left?

Level 2 PSLE

Sandy had 4z pears. She ate 1 pear and gave z pears to her friends. Sandy's brother then ate half of the remaining pears. How many pears had she left? Give your answer in terms of z in the simplest form.

2 m
Sandy had 4z pears. She ate 1 pear and gave z pears to her friends. Sandy's brother then ate half of the remaining pears. How many pears had she left? Give your answer in terms of z in the simplest form.

Level 2

Fill in the blanks.

Some stickers are given to 3 children.

Adam has^{3}_{10} of the stickers.

Bryan has^{1}_{7} of the remaining stickers.

Chris has the rest of the stickers.

4 m
Fill in the blanks.

Some stickers are given to 3 children.

Adam has

Bryan has

Chris has the rest of the stickers.

- Number of stickers that Adam has = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Bryan has = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Chris has = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Adam and Chris have = _____ u

Level 3

Adam has 80 stickers.

He gives^{2}_{5} to Bryan and

^{3}_{8} of the remainder to Chris.

4 m
Adam has 80 stickers.

He gives

- What is the fraction of the stickers given to Chris?
- What is the fraction of the stickers left?
- How many stickers does Chris receive?
- How many stickers does Adam have left?

Level 3

Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or fractions.

Some stickers are given to 3 children.

Adam has^{3}_{10} of the stickers.

Bryan has^{1}_{6} of the remaining stickers.

Chris has the rest of the stickers.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or fractions.

Some stickers are given to 3 children.

Adam has

Bryan has

Chris has the rest of the stickers.

- Number of stickers that Adam has = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Bryan has = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Chris has = _____ u
- Difference between the number of stickers that Bryan and Chris have = _____ u

Level 3

Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or fractions.

Some stickers are given to 4 children.

Adam has^{3}_{10} of the stickers.

Bryan has^{1}_{6} of the remaining stickers.

Chris has^{2}_{5} of the rest of the stickers.

David has the rest.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or fractions.

Some stickers are given to 4 children.

Adam has

Bryan has

Chris has

David has the rest.

- Number of stickers that Bryan has = _____ u
- Number of stickers that Chris has = _____ u
- Number of stickers that David has = _____ u

Level 3

Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or fractions.

Adam spends^{3}_{5} of his money on food and

^{1}_{4} of the remainder on rental.

Let the total amount of money be 5 u.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or fractions.

Adam spends

Let the total amount of money be 5 u.

- Amount that Adam spends on food = _____ u
- Amount that Adam has left after spending on food = _____ u
- Amount that Adam spends on rental = _____ u
- Amount that Adam has left = _____ u

Level 3

Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or decimals.

Adam spends 30% of his money on food and

40% of the remainder on rental.

Let the total amount of money be 10 u.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or decimals.

Adam spends 30% of his money on food and

40% of the remainder on rental.

Let the total amount of money be 10 u.

- Amount that Adam spends on food = _____ u
- Amount that Adam has left after spending on food = _____ u
- Amount that Adam spends on rental = _____ u
- Amount that Adam has left = _____ u

Level 2

Alina spent^{1}_{6} of her salary on a printer and ^{2}_{5} of the remainder on a notebook. If she saved the remaining $300, how much was her salary?

2 m
Alina spent

Level 3

Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or fractions.

Adam has some money.

He gives^{1}_{2} to Bryan.

He gives^{2}_{3} of the remainder to Chris.

He gives^{1}_{5} of the rest to David.

Let the total amount of money be 2 u.

4 m
Fill in the blanks in units in whole numbers or fractions.

Adam has some money.

He gives

He gives

He gives

Let the total amount of money be 2 u.

- Amount that Adam gives to Bryan = _____ u
- Amount that Adam gives to Chris = _____ u
- Amount that Adam gives to David = _____ u
- Amount that Adam has left in the end = _____ u

Level 2

Alina spent^{1}_{6} of her salary on a printer and ^{2}_{3} of the remainder on a notebook. If she saved the remaining $300, how much was her salary?

2 m
Alina spent

Level 2

Alina spent^{1}_{6} of her salary on a printer and ^{2}_{3} of the remainder on a notebook. If she saved the remaining $1300, how much was her salary?

2 m
Alina spent

Level 2

Alina spent $1300 on a printer. Of the remaining salary, she spent^{1}_{6} on a notebook. She had ^{2}_{5} of the original total left. How much was her salary?

2 m
Alina spent $1300 on a printer. Of the remaining salary, she spent

Level 2 PSLE

A shop had a number of computers for sale. After selling 36 of them in the morning and^{3}_{8} of the remainder in the afternoon, it was left with ^{1}_{4} of the computers. How many computers were sold altogether?

2 m
A shop had a number of computers for sale. After selling 36 of them in the morning and

Level 3 PSLE

Bryan had a number of books for sale. He sold a total of 342 books on Saturday and Sunday. On Monday, he sold^{1}_{4} of the remainder. He was left with 18% of the books he had at first. How many books did he have at first?

3 m
Bryan had a number of books for sale. He sold a total of 342 books on Saturday and Sunday. On Monday, he sold

Level 2 PSLE

A box contains white, blue and orange beads.^{1}_{4} of the beads are white. ^{2}_{5} of the remaining beads are blue. What fraction of the beads in the box are orange?

2 m
A box contains white, blue and orange beads.

Level 2 PSLE

Anne had a bottle of milk. She drank 450 mℓ of milk in the morning and^{1}_{5} of remaining milk in the afternoon. After that, there was ^{1}_{2} a bottle of milk left. How much of the milk did she drink in the afternoon?

2 m
Anne had a bottle of milk. She drank 450 mℓ of milk in the morning and

Level 3

During a survey, some people responded that they preferred badminton to other sports. The ratio of the number of women to the number of men who liked badminton was 3 : 1. The ratio of the number of people who liked badminton to those who disliked it was 3 : 1. If 20% of the people who did not like badminton were women, what was the ratio of the number of men to the number of women chosen for the survey?

4 m
During a survey, some people responded that they preferred badminton to other sports. The ratio of the number of women to the number of men who liked badminton was 3 : 1. The ratio of the number of people who liked badminton to those who disliked it was 3 : 1. If 20% of the people who did not like badminton were women, what was the ratio of the number of men to the number of women chosen for the survey?