Level 2
The ratio of kiwis to watermelons is 2 : 5. If 304 watermelons were added, the ratio of kiwis to watermelons will be 3 : 17. How many kiwis are there?
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Level 2
The ratio of coconuts to mangosteens is 2 : 7. If 348 mangosteens was added, the ratio of coconuts to mangosteens will be 2 : 11. How many more mangosteens than coconuts are there in the end?
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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.
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Level 2
Mark and Nick shared some beads in the ratio of 4 : 7. After both each gave away 47 beads to their younger brother, the ratio of the number of beads Mark had to the total number of beads left was 1 : 3. How many beads did the two boys have at first?
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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.
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Level 3
The ratio of the boys to the girls in school were 5 : 2. After 6 boys went home and 8 new girls came, there were 7 more boys than girls in schools. Find the number of children in school at first.
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Level 2
The ratio of Liam's to Mark's money is 7 : 9. The ratio of Mark's to Ian's money is 8 : 1. If Liam has $112, how much less does Ian have than Mark?
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Level 2
Carl bought some mangosteens and soursops in the ratio of 1 : 4 . After buying another 24 fruits each, the ratio becomes 5 : 12. Find the number of mangosteens and soursops he has now.
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Level 2
The ratio of the number of shortbreads to the number of cookies in a stall is 2 : 1. A shortbread costs $1.10 and a cookie costs $0.80. If all the shortbreads and cookies are sold, a sum of $537 will be collected. How many shortbreads are there altogether?
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Mrs Yap bought 1820 notebooks. She planned to give every boy 7 notebooks each while every girl is given 4 notebooks each. The ratio of the number of girls to boys in the hall was 7 : 4. How many more boys than girls are there?
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