Level 1
Adam pays $10 in total for a sticker and a marble. The sticker costs$6 more than the marble.
What is the cost of the sticker?
2 m
Level 1
Adam pays $10 in total for a sticker and a marble. The sticker costs$6 less than the marble.
What is the cost of the sticker?
2 m
Level 2
The sum of two numbers is 1000.
One number is 200 less than the other number.
What are the two numbers?

1. The smaller number.
2. The larger number.
2 m
Level 2
3 children have 1900 stickers.
Bryan has 200 more stickers than Adam
but 300 less stickers than Chris.
1. How many stickers does Chris have?
2. How many stickers does Bryan have?
3. How many stickers does Adam have?
3 m
Level 3
3 children have 300 stickers.
Adam has 10 more stickers than Bryan.
Chris has 40 more stickers than Adam.
How many stickers does Chris have?
2 m
Level 2
A marble costs $60. It costs 3 times as much as a bead. 1. How much does the bead cost? 2. How much more does the marble cost than the bead? 3. How much are 1 marble and 1 bead? 4. How much are 2 marbles and 3 beads? 4 m Level 2 Adam pays$3500 for 2 TV sets and 4 mobile phones.
Each TV set costs 3 times as much as each mobile phone.
What is the cost of each TV set?
3 m
Level 2
Adam has 9000 mℓ of fruit punch.
There are 3 times as much orange juice as apple juice.
There is 1800 mℓ of lemonade.
How much orange juice is there?
3 m
Level 3
3 children has a total of 2100 stickers.
Adam has 3 times as many stickers as Chris.
Bryan has 600 stickers more stickers than Chris.
1. How many stickers do Adam and Chris have?
2. How many stickers does Chris have less than Adam?
3. How many stickers Chris have less than Adam and Bryan?
3 m
Level 2
Adam, Bryan and Chris have $800 altogether. Adam has$100 more than Bryan.
Bryan has 3 times as much money as Chris.
How much money does Adam have?
3 m