Question:

Level 3

Ethan and Ian share a sum of money. Ethan receives $2400. If Ethan gets $105 less, the amount of money Ian gets will increase by 35%. Find the sum of money that the boys share.

3 m
Ethan and Ian share a sum of money. Ethan receives $2400. If Ethan gets $105 less, the amount of money Ian gets will increase by 35%. Find the sum of money that the boys share.

Level 3

60% of the pupils are boys. 40% of the boys and 40% of the girls wear cardigans. What percentage of the pupils do not wear a cardigan?

3 m
60% of the pupils are boys. 40% of the boys and 40% of the girls wear cardigans. What percentage of the pupils do not wear a cardigan?

Level 2

Olivia and Fiona shared a box of chocolates. Olivia had 72% of the total chocolates. if Olivia gave 66 of her chocolates to Fiona, both would have the same number of chocolates. How many chocolates did Olivia have?

2 m
Olivia and Fiona shared a box of chocolates. Olivia had 72% of the total chocolates. if Olivia gave 66 of her chocolates to Fiona, both would have the same number of chocolates. How many chocolates did Olivia have?

Level 3

David, Ethan and Tim have some marbles. The ratios of their marbles are as follows:

David : (David + Ethan + Tim) = 1 : 5

Ethan : (David + Tim) = 1 : 3

Tim has 42 marbles more than Ethan. In the end, Tim gives away all he has to Ethan and David so that both Ethan and David end up with the same number of marbles, how many marbles has Ethan received from Tim?

4 m
David, Ethan and Tim have some marbles. The ratios of their marbles are as follows:

David : (David + Ethan + Tim) = 1 : 5

Ethan : (David + Tim) = 1 : 3

Tim has 42 marbles more than Ethan. In the end, Tim gives away all he has to Ethan and David so that both Ethan and David end up with the same number of marbles, how many marbles has Ethan received from Tim?

Level 3

The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in a class is 3 : 5. The ratio of the pupils in the class who scored distinction to those who did not score distinction is 4 : 1. The ratio of the boys who scored distinction to those who did not score distinction is 14 : 1. What is the ratio of girls who scored distinction to the girls who did not score distinction?

3 m
The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in a class is 3 : 5. The ratio of the pupils in the class who scored distinction to those who did not score distinction is 4 : 1. The ratio of the boys who scored distinction to those who did not score distinction is 14 : 1. What is the ratio of girls who scored distinction to the girls who did not score distinction?

Level 3

The number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Kindness was 4 : 7. The number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Joy was 4 : 7. Both classes had the same number of boys. When 18 girls from Primary 4 Kindness joined Primary 4 Joy, the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Kindness became 2 : 3. Find the total enrolment of both classes.

4 m
The number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Kindness was 4 : 7. The number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Joy was 4 : 7. Both classes had the same number of boys. When 18 girls from Primary 4 Kindness joined Primary 4 Joy, the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in Primary 4 Kindness became 2 : 3. Find the total enrolment of both classes.

Level 3

Sean and Jack have some money. If Sean gives $293 to Jack, the ratio of their money will be 3 : 5. If Sean gives $424 to Jack, the ratio of their money will be 1: 3. How much does Sean have?

3 m
Sean and Jack have some money. If Sean gives $293 to Jack, the ratio of their money will be 3 : 5. If Sean gives $424 to Jack, the ratio of their money will be 1: 3. How much does Sean have?

Level 3

Carl was fixing a jigsaw puzzle. On the second day, the number of pieces he fixed was 20% of the number of pieces unfixed. After another 8 days, he fixed another 196 pieces and the number of unfixed pieces he was left with was 20% of the number of pieces fixed. How many pieces were left unfixed?

3 m
Carl was fixing a jigsaw puzzle. On the second day, the number of pieces he fixed was 20% of the number of pieces unfixed. After another 8 days, he fixed another 196 pieces and the number of unfixed pieces he was left with was 20% of the number of pieces fixed. How many pieces were left unfixed?

Level 3

Ethan was fixing a jigsaw puzzle. On the second day, the number of pieces he fixed was 50% of the total number of pieces. After another two weeks, he fixed another 148 pieces and was left with 30% of the puzzle unfixed. How many pieces were left unfixed?

3 m
Ethan was fixing a jigsaw puzzle. On the second day, the number of pieces he fixed was 50% of the total number of pieces. After another two weeks, he fixed another 148 pieces and was left with 30% of the puzzle unfixed. How many pieces were left unfixed?

Level 3

Tim had 40% more muffins than Rael. Tim gave 20% of his muffins to Rael. Rael in return gave 50% of his muffins to Tim. In the end, Rael had 448 less muffins than Tim. How many muffins did Tim have at first?

4 m
Tim had 40% more muffins than Rael. Tim gave 20% of his muffins to Rael. Rael in return gave 50% of his muffins to Tim. In the end, Rael had 448 less muffins than Tim. How many muffins did Tim have at first?