Level 2
Mr George is 3 times as old as his son, Nick. 6 years ago, the ratio of Mr George's and Nick was 7 : 2. Find Nick's current age.
2 m
Level 1 PSLE
The line graph shows Kenneth's mass from birth to his first birthday. At what age was Kenneth's mass 3 times his mass at birth? _____ months
1 m
Level 3
The ratio of Zoe's to Isabelle's incomes was 6 : 1 at first. After Zoe and Isabelle were given another $654 and $341 respectively, Zoe had 4 times as much money as Isabelle. How much did both of them have in the end?
3 m
Level 3
A fruit seller sells only soursops and avocados. The ratio of soursops to avocados is 5 : 4. A total of 68 fruits are added. The number of soursops becomes 2 times as many as before and the number of avocados becomes 4 times as many as before. How many fruits are there in the end?
5 m
Level 3
Howard and Sam had some money at first. Howard received 4 times as much money as Sam every fortnight. At the end of 2 fortnights, both of them had the same amount of money. If Sam had $1500 at first and Howard had $1900 at the end of those 2 fortnights, what was the ratio of Howard's money to the total amount of money at first?
4 m
Level 3
Mrs Lu had a total of 520 purple and yellow lilies in the ratio of 8 : 5. After she had given away 6 times as many purple lilies as yellow lilies, the number of purple and yellow lilies left was in the ratio of 10 : 9. How many more purple lilies than yellow lilies did she give away?
5 m
Level 3
There were pink, yellow and blue stamps in a container. Sean put another 6 pink stamps and 10 blue stamps in the container, then the ratio of the number of yellow stamps to the number of blue stamps became 5 : 3. Then, he doubled the number of pink stamps and remove 28 blue stamps. The ratio of the number of pink stamps to yellow stamps became 2 : 1. He counted and found that there were a total of 62 stamps left in the container. Find the number of pink stamps that he had at the beginning.
5 m
Level 3
There were some grapefruits and durians in Container A and Container B. In Container A, the ratio of the grapefruits to the number of durians was 3 : 1. In Container B, the ratio of the number of grapefruits to the number of durians was 3 : 2. There were 2 times as many fruits in Container A as in Container B. After 56 durians were put into Container B, the ratio of the number of grapefruits to the number of durians in Container B became 1 : 2. How many fruits are there in Container A at the end?
5 m
Level 3
The figure, not drawn to scale, is made up of an isosceles triangle and a rhombus. ∠c = ∠b, ∠a is twice ∠d, ∠b is twice ∠e and ∠c is less than ∠e by 51°.
  1. Find ∠c.
  2. Find the difference between ∠a and ∠c.
4 m
Level 3
In the figure, ABCD is a parallelogram with length AD twice the length of AB. ADE is an equilateral triangle. F is a point on AE such that AF = FE. ∠BCD is 104°. Find ∠FBC .
4 m