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Natural births randomly selected from four hospitals in a highly populated region occurred on the days of the week (in the order of Monday through Sunday) with the frequencies \(53, 66, 71, 58, 52, 46, 54\). Does it appear that such births occur on the days of the week with equal frequency? 

 

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I am a 3-digit number. The digit in the tens place is the number just after zero. The digit in the hundreds place is \(1\) less than \(10\) and the digit in the ones place is \(4\) more than the digit in the tens place. What number am I?

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There were \(1356\) story books in Mr Tan's book store. Mrs Ann had \(1210\) story books in her book store. Mr Fan had \(156\) less story books than the total number of story books that Mr Tan and Mrs Ann had. How many story books did Mr Fan have?

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A handbag costs \(\$ 107\) after \(20 \%\) discount inclusive of \(7 \%\) GST. What is the original cost of the handbag before GST?

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Hansel and Sherman had some blue and green stickers. \(\frac { 3 } { 5 }\) of Hansel's stickers were blue while \(\frac { 2 } { 3 }\) of Sherman's stickers were blue. Hansel gave \(\frac { 3 } { 4 }\) of his blue stickers to Sherman. In the end, \(\frac { 7 } { 10 }\) of Sherman's stickers were blue and Hansel had \(165\) stickers left.

(a) How many blue stickers did Hansel give Sherman?

(b) How many stickers did Sherman have in the end?

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Ben bought a shirt and a watch. The watch cost \(\$ 93\) . The shirt cost \(\$ 42\) less than the watch.

(a) How much did the shirt cost?

(b) How much did he spend altogether?

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Keith helped Mr Teo tidy up the PE room by putting \(36\) balls into \(4\) baskets. How many balls were there in one basket?

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A box of chocolates was shared equally among \(8\) boys. Each boy received \(36\) chocolates and there were \(5\) chocolates left. How many chocolates were there in the box? (1) \(293\) (2) \(288\) (3) \(249\) (4) \(244\)

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A toy car has a mass of \(680 g\) . A doll is \(150 g\) lighter than the toy car. The doll is \(450 g\) lighter than a toy truck. Find the mass of the toy truck.

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Mr Tan had some chocolates at first. After buying another \(120\) chocolates, he distributed all his chocolates to his class of \(38\) pupils. Each pupil received \(8\) chocolates. How many chocolates did Mr Tan have at first?

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A handbag costs \(\$ 107\) after \(20 \%\) discount inclusive of \(7 \%\) GST. What is the original cost of the handbag before GST?

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Sam received \(\$ 0.90\) more pocket money than John every day. They each spent \(\$ 1.80\) per day and saved the rest of their pocket money. After many days, John saved \(\$ 74.40\) and Sam saved \(\$ 130.20\) .

(a) How many days did John take to save \(\$ 74.40\) ?

(b) How much pocket money did both boys receive altogether each day?

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Anne has \(18\) pencils. She has \(2\) times as many pencils as Ben. a) How many pencils does Ben have? Ben has b) How many pencils do they have altogether?

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Katelyn's average score in four tests is \(76\) . She scored \(70\) for her first test and the same score for the remaining three tests. What is the score for each of the remaining three tests?

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A cup is \(\frac { 2 } { 5 }\) -filled with water. It is then poured into an empty jug which has a volume that is three times that of the cup. What fraction of the jug is filled with water?

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The average score of a number of games played is \(13\) . The sum of all the scores is \(52\) . Find the number of games played.

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A jug contained \(2\) litres of lime juice. Freya poured equal amount of lime juice into several glasses. She poured \(\frac { 3 } { 8 }\) litres of lime juice into each glass. What is the most number of glasses of lime juice she could have?

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The journey from Sam's school to home is \(35\) minutes by car. Sam wants to reach home at \(2.20\) p.m. to catch his favourite television programme. What is the latest time Sam needs to be in the car to reach home on time? (1) \(0145\) (2) \(1345\) (3) \(0255\) (4) \(1455\)

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Javier has \(2343\) books. Susan has \(589\) more books than Javier. How many books do they have altogether?

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Amy bought two marbles and a paper aeroplane for \(85 \$\) . A marble costs \(\$ 0.20\) . - How much did the paper aeroplane cost?

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Andrew had somé marbles at first. He bought \(35\) marbles. He then gave \(110\) marbles to his friend. He had \(145\) marbles left. How many marbles did he have at first?

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At a concert, the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls is \(3 : 4\) . The ratio of the number of children to the number of adults is \(1 : 2\) . What is the ratio of the number of girls to the number of adults? 1) \(2 : 1\) 2) \(2 : 7\) 3) \(3 : 7\) 4) \(4 : 7\)

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Timothy has \(98\) marbles. He has \(27\) fewer marbles than Susan. How many marbles do they have altogether? They have marbles altogether.

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Jerry went to a bookstore and bought two items. He bought a pencil case for \(\$ 13\) and a storybook for \(\$ 18\) . He gave the cashier a fifty-dollar note. How much change did he receive?

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\(372\) people visited a carnival on Friday: \(29\) fewer people visited the carnival on Saturday than on Friday. a) How many people visited the carnival on Saturday? b) How many people visited the carnival on Friday and Saturday altogether?

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A burger cost \(\$ 6\) . Andy bought \(4\) similar burgers. How much did he pay altogether?

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Jasmine had a box of red and white beads. \(\frac { 3 } { 4 }\) of the total number of beads were red. Jasmine used \(\frac { 5 } { 9 }\) of the number of red beads and some white beads to make a necklace. She used \(\frac { 1 } { 2 }\) of the total number of beads to make the necklace. What fraction of the number of white beads did she use to make the necklace?

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A pineapple has a mass of \(800 g\) . It is \(220 g\) heavier than a papaya. What mass of the papaya? The mass of the papaya is

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\(\frac { 4 } { 9 }\) of the people at a carnival were adults and the rest were children. The number of boys was twice the number of girls. What was the ratio of the number of boys to the number of adults? (1) \(1 : 2\) (2) \(5 : 2\) (3) \(5 : 6\) (4) \(2 : 3\)

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\(\frac { 2 } { 3 }\) of Siti's savings is the same as \(\frac { 3 } { 5 }\) of Peter's savings. What is the ratio of Siti's savings to Peter's savings?

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Mei Ling bought \(\frac { 7 } { 8 } m\) of ribbon to make some bows. She needed \(\frac { 3 } { 20 } m\) of ribbon to make one bow.

(a) How many bows can she make?

(b) What was the length of ribbon left? Give your answer in the simplest form.

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Brandon had \(123\) marbles. After he gave away \(86\) marbles, he had the same number of marbles as David. How many marbles did they have altogether in the end?

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Mrs Lim baked \(205\) cookies on Tuesday. She baked \(48\) fewer cookies on Wednesday than on Tuesday. How many cookies did Mrs Lim bake on Wednesday?

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Mr Azim baked \(42\) muffins. He gave \(3\) muffins to each of the \(9\) children.

(a) How many muffins did Mr Azim give to the \(9\) children altogether?

(b) How many muffins did Mr Azim have left?

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Joe had \(72\) cards. He lost \(15\) cards. How many cards did Joe have in the end?

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Yummy Bakery baked \(900\) cakes on Monday. \(121\) of them were cheese cakes and the rest were chocolate cakes. How many chocolate cakes were baked?

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The number of boys is \(\frac { 2 } { 3 }\) of the number of pupils. Find the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls. (1) \(2 : 3\) (2) \(2 : 1\) (3) \(1 : 2\) (4) \(1 : 3\)

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There are \(65\) balls in the PE room. \(25\) of them are yellow and the rest are blue. How many more blue balls than yellow balls are there?

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Sam, David and Roy played a game. Sam scored \(342\) points. David scored \(278\) points. Roy scored \(36\) fewer points than Sam. a) How many points did Sam and David score altogether? Sam and David scored Roy scored How many points did Roy score in the game?

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A baker baked some muffins at first. He sold \(1200\) muffins. After that, he baked another \(625\) muffins and had \(800\) muffins left in the shop. How many muffins did the baker bake at first?

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Jennifer bought storybooks and files from a book store during a sale. She paid a total of \(\$ 93.70\) and spent \(\$ 5.50\) more on the files than on the storybooks. She received a \(20 \%\) discount on the files and the total discount given for all the items was \(\$ 27.10\) .

(a) What was the discount given for the storybooks?

(b) What was the percentage discount given for the storybooks?

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There were \(3800\) people at a funfair. \(2068\) of the people were children and the rest were adults. a) How many adults were there at the funfair? [2m] b) Given that there were \(1685\) of the children were boys, how [many girls were at the funfair?

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Mei Mei had \(9\) dresses. She sewed \(10\) buttons on each dress.

(a) How many buttons did she sew on all the \(9\) dresses?

(b) She bought another \(60\) buttons. How many more dresses could she sew on if she used all the \(60\) buttons?

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Amy had \(\$ 70\) . She bought a doll for \(\$ 27\) . Her mother then gave her another \(\$ 16\) . How much money did Amy have in the end?

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Rowan and Sindri had some savings. \(\frac { 3 } { 5 }\) of Rowan's savings was equal to \(\frac { 2 } { 3 }\) of Sindri's savings. What was the ratio of Sindri's savings to Rowan's savings?

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Gopal's family drinks \(8\) litres of water every day. How many litres of water does his family drink in \(7\) days?

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Sean and Julie bought \(64 \ell\) of paint. Sean bought \(37 \ell\) of paint. How much less paint did Julie buy than Sean?

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On Sunday, the Science Centre received \(4600\) visitors. \(895\) of them were men, \(1688\) were women and the rest were children. a) How many adults visited the Science Centre on Sunday? b) How many children visited the Science Centre that day?

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A jug and \(5\) pails were completely filled with water. The capacity of a jug was \(2\) litres. The capacity of a pail was \(6\) litres. Mr Lim poured all the water from the jug and the \(5\) pails into a large container. How many litres of water were there in the large container?

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There are three ropes. The length of Rope \(X\) is \(46 cm\) shorter than Rope \(Y\) . The length of Rope \(Y\) is \(128 cm\) longer than Rope \(Z\) . The length of Rope \(Z\) is \(305 cm\) . Find the length of Rope \(X .\) [ \(3\) marks]

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Owen had some fifty-cent and one-dollar coins. \(\frac { 2 } { 7 }\) of his coins were fifty-cents coins. His mother gave him \(10\) one-dollar coins and five-dollars' worth of fifty-cent coins. In the end, he had twice as many one-dollar coins as fifty-cent coins. How many coins did Owen have at first?

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In a school, the number of boys is \(\frac { 5 } { 8 }\) of the number of girls. What is the ratio of the number of girls to the total number of children in the school? (1) \(5 : 8\) (2) \(5 : 13\) (3) \(8 : 5\) (4) \(8 : 13\)

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Bemard had \(\$ 890\) . He spent \(\$ 114\) on transport and \(\$ 378\) on food.

(a) How much did he spend on transport and food altogether?

(b) How much had Bernard left?

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Jason has \(12 kg\) of salt. He packs them equally into \(6000\) packets. What is the mass of \(1\) packet of salt? (1) \(500 kg\) (2) \(50 kg\) (3) \(0.002 kg\) (4) \(0.02 kg\)

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Mrs Lee had \(32.7 kg\) of flour at first. She-used \(7.2 kg\) - of the flour to make some cakes. She then packed the remaining flour equally into \(50\) packets. How much flour was there in each packet? (1) \(0.51 g\) (2) \(5.1 g\) (3) \(51 g\) (4) \(510 g\)

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Zoe had some stickers. Her sister gave her \(68\) stickers. After that, Zoe then gave \(35\) stickers to her friend and had \(170\) stickers left. How many stickers did Zoe have at first?

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Mrs Tan bought \(10\) packets of erasers. There were \(2\) erasers in each packet. a) How many erasers did Mrs Tan buy altogether? (2 marks) b) Mrs Tan needs another \(14\) erasers. How many packets of erasers will she need to buy? (2 marks)

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Container \(Z\) has \(14 \ell\) of water more than Container \(Y\) . Container \(Y\) has \(7 \ell\) of water less than Container \(X\) . Container \(X\) has \(56 \ell\) of water. How many litres of water are there in Container \(Z\) ? (3m)

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A rectangular tank of height \(2 m\) has a square base of side \(80 cm\) . What is the volume of water in the tank when it is \(\frac { 1 } { 4 } -\) filled with water?

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Daniel had \(2\) times as many stickers as Bill. Eric had \(3\) times as many stickers as Daniel. Eric had \(450\) stickers.

(a) Eric pasted \(8\) stickers on each page of his sticker book. How many stickers were on the last page he pasted?

(b) How many stickers did Bill have?

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Joshua started fixing a puzzle at \(1925\) . He completed the puzzle in \(45\) minutes. What time did Joshua complete the puzzle? Leave your answer in 24-hour clock.

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Jane is \(135 cm\) tall. Jane is \(28 cm\) taller than Alice. How tall is Alice?

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Jane had \(15\) biscuits. She placed the biscuits equally onto \(3\) plates. How many biscuits were there on each plate?

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The distance between lamp post \(A\) and lamp post \(B\) is \(16 m\) The distance between lamp post \(B\) and lamp post \(C\) is \(26 m\) . What is the distance between lamp post \(A\) and lamp post \(C\) ?

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Mrs Rahman had \(1 kg 500 g\) of flour. She bought another \(3.008 kg\) of flour. She used \(1.08 kg\) of flour for baking. How much flour had she left in the end? Leave your answer in \(kg\) .

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The sum of the greatest and smallest factor of a number is \(28\) . List out all the factors of this number.

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Mrs Tan bought \(5\) packets of cookies. There were \(8\) cookies in each packet. All the cookies were shared equally by her \(4\) children. How many cookies did each child get?

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A group of students shared some bookmarks among themselves. They tried taking \(9\) bookmarks each, but found that the last student had only \(5\) bookmarks. When each student took \(7\) bookmarks, there were \(10\) bookmarks leftover. How many students were there?

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Inwin used \(\frac { 1 } { 4 }\) of a \(2 - kg\) pack of flour to make some cupcakes. He then made some dough with \(\frac { 2 } { 5 }\) of the remaining amount of flour. How much flour was used to make the dough?

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A baker baked \(8\) cakes in the morning. She baked thrice as many cakes in the afternoon. How many cakes did the baker bake altogether?

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Mrs Tan paid \(\$ 32\) for a few bottles of cooking oil. Each bottle costs \(\$ 4\) . How many bottles of cooking oil did she buy? She bought bottles of cooking oil.

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Chee Seng packed \(216\) pens into \(3\) box̃es. The ratio of the number of pens in box \(A\) to the number of pens in box \(B\) to the number of pens in box \(C\) is \(1 : 3 : 4\) . How many more pens were there in box \(B\) than in box \(A\) ? (1) \(27\) (2) \(54\) (3) \(81\) (4) \(108\)

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Jenny had \(31\) fiction books and \(49\) non-fiction books. a) How many books did Jenny have altogether?

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Janice prepares some goodie bags for her friends. She puts \(7\) mini chocolate bars and \(5\) lollipops into each goodie bag. She puts \(120\) lollipops into the goodie bags aitogether. How many mini chocolate bars does she put into the goodie bags altogether?

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There are \(2066\) girls and \(3349\) boys in a school \(1890\) pupils in the school wear spectacles. How many pupils do not wear spectacles?

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Greg bought \(24 kg\) of flour. He puts the flour equally into some bags. Each bag of flour weighed \(4 kg\) . How many bags of flour were there?

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Jane wanted to buy a dress that cost \(\$ 150\) at Sunny Store. There was a \(20 \%\) discount during the Black Friday Sales. As a member, Jane got an additional \(10 \%\) discount off the discounted price. How much did Jane pay for the dress in the end? (1) \(\$ 30\) (2) \(\$ 105\) (3) \(\$ 108\) (4) \(\$ 120\)

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A total of \(4380\) visitors visited the Jurong Bird Park. \(1729\) of the visitors were adults and the rest were children. a) How many children were there? [2 marks] b) \(961\) of the adults were women. How many men were there? [2 marks]

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The usual price for two identical laptops was \(\$ 1500\) in Store A and \(\$ 1250\) in Store B. During a sale, both stores offered the same percentage discount for the laptops. The discounted price for the laptop in Store B is \(\$ 200\) cheaper than the discounted price for the laptop in Store A. What is the percentage discount given?

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When a number is divided by \(9\) , it has a remainder of \(5 .\) The number is between \(20\) and \(30\) . What is the number?

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There are \(320\) children. \(146\) are boys and the rest are girls.

(a) How many girls are there?

(b) How many more girls than boys are there?

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Mrs Chen bought a cake. She ate \(\frac { 1 } { 4 }\) of the cake. Her sister ate \(\frac { 5 } { 12 }\) of the cake. What fraction of the cake was left? (Express your answer in its simplest form.) (1) \(\frac { 1 } { 6 }\) (2) \(\frac { 1 } { 3 }\) (3) \(\frac { 1 } { 2 }\) (4) \(\frac { 2 } { 3 }\)

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The capacity of a container is \(8200 m \ell\) . There is \(5375 m\) of water in the container. How much more water must be added to fill the container completely? Give your answer in \(q\) and \(m \ell\) .

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Lena:baked \(39\) apple pies and \(55\) chicken pies. She sold \(77\) pies in total that day. How many pies were not sold?

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Rosie and Lily had \(5563\) marbles altogether. After Rosie lost \(123\) marbles, both girls had an equal number of marbles. How many marbles did Rosie have in the end? (1) \(2220\) (2) \(2720\) (3) \(2843\) (4) \(5440\)

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Darren has \(135\) stickers. Mary gives him another \(48\) stickers. How many stickers does Darren have now?

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Kate had \(450\) stickers. She had \(95\) stickers more than Tina. How many stickers did they have altogether?

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Andy has \(546\) marbles. He has \(167\) more marbles than Jane. How many marbles does Jane have?

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John has \(\$ 1000\) . He needs \(\$ 64\) more to buy a television, so he decided to save \(\$ 8\) every day.

(a) How much does the television cost?

(b) How many days does he need to save so that he can buy the television?

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At a hawker centre, each table has either \(3\) or \(5\) chairs around it. The number of tables to the number of chairs is \(7 : 25\) . What is the ratio of the number of tables with \(5\) chairs to that with \(3\) chairs? (1) \(5 : 2\) (2) \(2 : 5\) (3) \(3 : 4\) (4) \(4 : 3\)

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Jayne had \(76\) stickers. She gave \(48\) stickers to her sister. How many stickers did she have left?

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The average height of Jodie, Ken and Larry is \(108 cm\) . Jodie is \(138 cm\) tall. Ken is \(97 cm\) tall. How tall is Larry?

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In a school, \(\frac { 2 } { 20 }\) of the membens in a Reading Club are boys. In the Comic Club, the number of girls is \(\frac { 2 } { 3 }\) of the number of boys. There is an equal number of girls in both clubs. There are \(60\) more members in the Comic Club than in the Reading Club.

(a) Express the number of:ilis in the Comic Club as a fraction of the fotal number of members in the Compla Club. Leave your answer in the simplest form.

(b) Find the number of girls' in the Reading Club.

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Maureen gave the cashier a \(\$ 50\) note to pay for a T-shirt. The cashier did not have any coins as small change, so Maureen gave her another \(30\) cents and received a \(\$ 10\) note as change. What was the cost of the T-shirt?

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Sofie had some cupcakes. She had \(72\) more chocolate cupcakes than red velvet cupcakes. She had \(36\) fewer blueberry cupcakes than red velvet cupcakes. After selling \(\frac { 1 } { 6 }\) of the chocolate cupcakes, \(\frac { 2 } { 3 }\) of the red velvet cupcakes and \(\frac { 7 } { 9 }\) of the blueberry cupcakes, Sofie had \(427\) cupcakes left altogether. How many chocolate cupcakes did Sofie sell?

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Sam had \(\$ 1 .\) He bought a pen for \(65 \phi\) . How much change did Sam receive? \(( 2 m )\)

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\(1\) bag and \(1\) skateboard cost \(\$ 49.70\) . \(1\) bag and \(2\) skateboards cost \(\$ 74.90\) .

(a) How much does a bag cost?

(b) John wants to buy \(2\) bags and \(3\) skateboards. He has \(\$ 80\) . How much more money does he need?

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There are \(6\) eggs in one tray. Mrs Lee buys \(4\) trays of eggs to bake for a funfair. How many eggs does Mrs Lee need?

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Eric has \(40\) sweets. He packs the sweets into bags. There are \(5\) sweets in each bag. How many bags does he need to pack all the sweets?

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Katelyn's average score in four tests is \(76\) . She scored \(70\) for her first test and the same score for the remaining three tests. What is the score for each of the remaining three tests?