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Level 1 PSLE

A string of beads on a table is partly covered by a piece of cloth as shown. There are 3 white beads between every 2 grey beads. Altogether, there are 14 grey beads. What is the total number of white beads?

A string of beads on a table is partly covered by a piece of cloth as shown. There are 3 white beads between every 2 grey beads. Altogether, there are 14 grey beads. What is the total number of white beads?

1 m

Level 1

David's scores for 5 games are shown in the table. Find this average score.

David's scores for 5 games are shown in the table. Find this average score.

1 m

Level 3 PSLE

Ronnie had blue pens and red pens for sale. He sold 240 blue pens. 25% of the pens sold were red.

4 m
Ronnie had blue pens and red pens for sale. He sold 240 blue pens. 25% of the pens sold were red.

- How many blue pens and red pens did Ronnie sell altogether?
- He sold 40% of his pens. 70% of the pens left unsold were blue. How many red pens did Ronnie have at first?

Level 1 PSLE

The table shows the points scored by 5 contestants in a game. Which of the following bar graphs represents the information shown in the table above?

The table shows the points scored by 5 contestants in a game. Which of the following bar graphs represents the information shown in the table above?

1 m

Level 3 PSLE

A bookshop is having a book sale. The 1st book is at 10% discount. The 2nd book is at 20% discount. The price of the 2nd book should be equal or lower than the price of the 1st book.

5 m
A bookshop is having a book sale. The 1st book is at 10% discount. The 2nd book is at 20% discount. The price of the 2nd book should be equal or lower than the price of the 1st book.

- Kimmy's books were priced at $10 and $12. How much did she pay for them?
**2 m** - Henry paid a total of $24.80 for his two books. He paid $4 more for the 1st book than for the 2nd book. What was the price of the 2nd book before discount?
**3 m**

Level 3 PSLE

Linda saved $240 in February. This amount was a 20% increase from what she saved in January. The amount she saved in March was a 30% decrease from what she saved in February.

5 m
Linda saved $240 in February. This amount was a 20% increase from what she saved in January. The amount she saved in March was a 30% decrease from what she saved in February.

- What was the total amount that Linda saved from January to March?
- What was the percentage increase in the amount Linda saved in March compared to January?

Level 1 PSLE

In Belina's coin pouch, she had only five coins in the following denominations:

5¢ , 10¢ , 20¢, 50¢ $1

If she took out two coins from her coin pouch, is $1.30 a possible sum of the 2 coins? Give your answer in number. (Eg Yes = 1; No = 2)

1 m
In Belina's coin pouch, she had only five coins in the following denominations:

5¢ , 10¢ , 20¢, 50¢ $1

If she took out two coins from her coin pouch, is $1.30 a possible sum of the 2 coins? Give your answer in number. (Eg Yes = 1; No = 2)

Level 1

Fill in the blanks.

The number of boys is 4 times as many as the number of girls.

The number of adults is twice the number of boys.

Let the number of girls be 1 u.

3 m
Fill in the blanks.

The number of boys is 4 times as many as the number of girls.

The number of adults is twice the number of boys.

Let the number of girls be 1 u.

- Number of boys = _____ u
- Number of adults = _____ u
- Total number of people = _____ u

Level 2

Fill in the blanks.

The number of boys is 4 times as many as the number of girls.

The number of adults is twice the number of children.

Let the number of girls be 1 u.

3 m
Fill in the blanks.

The number of boys is 4 times as many as the number of girls.

The number of adults is twice the number of children.

Let the number of girls be 1 u.

- Number of boys = _____ u
- Number of adults = _____ u
- Total number of people = _____ u

Level 1 PSLE

The table shows the charges for bicycle rental. Colin rented a bicycle for 3 hours. How much did he pay?

The table shows the charges for bicycle rental. Colin rented a bicycle for 3 hours. How much did he pay?

1 m