Question:

Level 2

Fill in the blanks.

Adam and Bryan have 7 stickers.

Adam and Chris have 13 stickers.

Chris has thrice as many as stickers as Bryan.

Let the number of stickers that Bryan has be 1 u.

3 m
Fill in the blanks.

Adam and Bryan have 7 stickers.

Adam and Chris have 13 stickers.

Chris has thrice as many as stickers as Bryan.

Let the number of stickers that Bryan has be 1 u.

- Number of stickers that Chris has = _____ u
- 1 u = _____
- Number of stickers that Adam has = _____

Level 2 PSLE

A box contained black balls and green balls. 40% of the balls were green. After some red balls were added to the box, 28% of the balls were green. What percentage of the balls in the box were red?

2 m
A box contained black balls and green balls. 40% of the balls were green. After some red balls were added to the box, 28% of the balls were green. What percentage of the balls in the box were red?

Level 3

Fill in the blank.

^{2}_{3} of A = 6 u

^{2}_{5} of B = 10 u

A + B = _____ u

3 m
Fill in the blank.

A + B = _____ u

Level 2

The figure shows two containers, Tank 1 and Tank 2. They each have the same amount of water but with different objects placed in them. The total volumes in Tank A and Tank B are 170 mℓ and 280 mℓ respectively. Find the volume of the water in each container.

The figure shows two containers, Tank 1 and Tank 2. They each have the same amount of water but with different objects placed in them. The total volumes in Tank A and Tank B are 170 mℓ and 280 mℓ respectively. Find the volume of the water in each container.

2 m

Level 2

Anna had $20 more than Betty at first. After Anna and Betty spent an equal amount of money, Betty had^{3}_{5} as much as Anna. How much money did Anna have left?

2 m
Anna had $20 more than Betty at first. After Anna and Betty spent an equal amount of money, Betty had

Level 2 PSLE

The graph shows the mass of a cup when empty and when different combinations of objects A, Band C are placed in the cup.

The graph shows the mass of a cup when empty and when different combinations of objects A, Band C are placed in the cup.

- What is the mass of the empty cup?
- What is the average mass of the objects A, Band C?

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

Figure 1 shows a rectangular tile with a perimeter of 28 cm. Figure 2 is formed using 5 such tiles. Find the perimeter of Figure 2.

Figure 1 shows a rectangular tile with a perimeter of 28 cm. Figure 2 is formed using 5 such tiles. Find the perimeter of Figure 2.

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

In Figure 1, the total perimeter of 4 rectangles X and square Y is 152 cm. They are joined to form a large square in Figure 2 which has a perimeter of 56 cm. Find the length of one side of square Y.

In Figure 1, the total perimeter of 4 rectangles X and square Y is 152 cm. They are joined to form a large square in Figure 2 which has a perimeter of 56 cm. Find the length of one side of square Y.

2 m

Level 2

The perimeter of the triangle WXY is 30 cm. Given that YW = 13 cm, WX = 12 cm, RY = PY and PX = QX, find the radius of the circle.

The perimeter of the triangle WXY is 30 cm. Given that YW = 13 cm, WX = 12 cm, RY = PY and PX = QX, find the radius of the circle.

2 m

Level 2

1 p = 3 u

4 u + 1 p = 14

Find the following values.

2 m
1 p = 3 u

4 u + 1 p = 14

Find the following values.

- 1 u
- 1 p