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Level 3

The amount of lemon syrup to the amount of water in Cup A is in the ratio 2 : 5. The amount of lemon syrup to the amount of water in Cup B is in the ratio 1 : 6. There is an equal amount of lemon syrup in both cups. Cup B contains 189 mℓ more water than Cup A. What is the amount of lemon syrup in Cup A? Leave the answer in mℓ.

3 m
The amount of lemon syrup to the amount of water in Cup A is in the ratio 2 : 5. The amount of lemon syrup to the amount of water in Cup B is in the ratio 1 : 6. There is an equal amount of lemon syrup in both cups. Cup B contains 189 mℓ more water than Cup A. What is the amount of lemon syrup in Cup A? Leave the answer in mℓ.

Level 3

The petrol tank of Fred's convertible was 80% empty. He went to the petrol kiosk and topped up 25ℓ of petrol. When he reached the theme park, the petrol tank was 90% full. Given that he used 4ℓ of fuel to get to the theme park from the kiosk, find the capacity of the petrol tank.

3 m
The petrol tank of Fred's convertible was 80% empty. He went to the petrol kiosk and topped up 25ℓ of petrol. When he reached the theme park, the petrol tank was 90% full. Given that he used 4ℓ of fuel to get to the theme park from the kiosk, find the capacity of the petrol tank.

Level 2 PSLE

Carlo filled a container with water using two taps. He turned on Tap A first and after 4 minutes, he also turned on Tap B. Both taps were turned off at the same time when the container was completely filled without overflowing. The graph shows the amount of water in the container over 16 minutes.

Carlo filled a container with water using two taps. He turned on Tap A first and after 4 minutes, he also turned on Tap B. Both taps were turned off at the same time when the container was completely filled without overflowing. The graph shows the amount of water in the container over 16 minutes.

- What fraction of the container was filled 4 minutes after Tap A was turned on? Express your answer in the simplest form.
- In one minute, how many litres of water flowed from Tap B?

3 m

Level 3

The total volume of water in Watering Can A, Watering Can B and Watering Can C was 205 mℓ. I poured out half the volume of water from Watering Can A, doubled the amount of water in Watering Can B and added 55 mℓ of water into Watering Can C. The ratio of the volume of water in Watering Can A to Watering Can B to Watering Can C is now 5 : 4 : 8. Find the total volume of water in the three watering cans now.

4 m
The total volume of water in Watering Can A, Watering Can B and Watering Can C was 205 mℓ. I poured out half the volume of water from Watering Can A, doubled the amount of water in Watering Can B and added 55 mℓ of water into Watering Can C. The ratio of the volume of water in Watering Can A to Watering Can B to Watering Can C is now 5 : 4 : 8. Find the total volume of water in the three watering cans now.

Level 3

Tap A can fill up a tank in 2 hours. Tap B can fill up the same tank in 6 hours. How long will it take to fill up the tank if both taps are turned on at the same time? Express the answer(s) in h.

3 m
Tap A can fill up a tank in 2 hours. Tap B can fill up the same tank in 6 hours. How long will it take to fill up the tank if both taps are turned on at the same time? Express the answer(s) in h.

Level 1

Find the volume of the cuboid.

Find the volume of the cuboid.

1 m

Level 2 PSLE

Lynn had a bottle of oil. She used an equal amount of oil each day. At the end of the 12th day,^{1}_{3} of the bottle was left. At the end of the 14th day, the amount of oil left was 100 mℓ . What was the amount of oil in the bottle at first? Express the answer in mℓ .

2 m
Lynn had a bottle of oil. She used an equal amount of oil each day. At the end of the 12th day,

Level 2

A bottle of syrup is^{2}_{3} full. When ^{1}_{8} of the syrup is poured out, there is 70 mℓ of syrup in the bottle. Find the capacity of the bottle in mℓ .

2 m
A bottle of syrup is