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Tampines North Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
$Jane had 70 and her sister had 20. After their parents gave each of them an equal amount of money, Jane had twice as much as her sister. How much did their parents give each of them? 2.$
Clementi Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
$Galvin bought 3 as many non-fiction books as fiction books from a book fair. He read 6 non-fiction books and 13 fiction books. He then had 3 as many non-fiction books left to read as fiction books. How many books did Galvin buy altogether? 4$
Clementi Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
$Ethan had some solid-coloured socks and patterned socks. He had 3 as many solid-coloured socks as patterned socks. He threw away 16 pairs of solid-coloured socks and 16 pairs of patterned socks. 1 of his socks were now solid-coloured socks. How many pairs of patterned socks did Ethan have at first?$
Park View Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
Woodgrove Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
$MP Programme_Math Department TIW4 5. Mr Chan bought a sofa, a table and a cupboard for 1320 altogether. The cupboard cost S142 more than the sofa. The table cost 97 less than the sofa. What was the cost of the table?$
Chongzheng Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
St Gabriel’s Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
Punggol Green Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
$xpees rien Solve the word problems. Show your workings and statements clearly. There are two 2-digit numbers. One of the numbers is 3 times the other number There are only six common factors Four of the common factors are 1, 2, 3 and 4. \left(a\right) Find the other two common factors. \left(b\right) Find the two 2-digit numbers. 1. 2. Mr Lim wanted to pack 48 egg sandwiches and 72 chicken sandwiches into as many boxes as possible with no remainder. He packed the same number of sandwiches in each box. The number of egg sandwiches in each box was the same. \left(a\right) How many egg sandwiches were there in each box? \left(b\right) How many boxes did he use?$
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Nanyang Primary School / CA1 ( 2019 )
$Questions 21 to 30 carry 2 marks each. Show your working clearly and write your answers in the spaces provided. For questions which require units, give your answers in the units stated. \left(20 marks\right) 21At first, Josh and May had some marbles each. After Josh gaveof 4 his marbles to May. May had 3 times as many marbles as him. May then gave Josh 12 marbles. In the end, each of them had an equal number of marbles. How many marbles did May have at first?$
River Valley Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
Innova Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
Wellington Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
Wellington Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
Fengshan Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
Admiralty Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
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Zhenghua Primary School / Homework ( 2019 )
$Learningn cation centre 3. Clive bought an equal number of shorts and T-shirts for 100. A T-shirt cost each pair of shorts cost 4 more than a T-shirt. How many T-shirts did he buy? IT-0s 12 2Tb 24 4だ32 48 4 S 6 72 Ans: 5 shirts 4. Xavier bought an equal number of pens and mechanical pencils for 126. Each mechanical pencil cost 6.50. Each pen cost 4 less than a mechanical pencil. How much did she spend on the pens?$
Admiralty Primary School / Homework ( 2018 )
Meridian Primary School / Homework ( 2018 )
$Timmy participated in a fund-raising activity from January to May. The average amount of money he raised for January and February was 583. The average amount of money he raised from March to May was 614. How much Fmoney did he raise altogether from January to May?$
$10. Muthu had 10 coins and had 4 coi consisted ere a total of 28 coins. When all thel 20g co of 10g coins and 202 coins. exchanged for 10g coins, they wout How many 20g coins did they have at first?$
$2 16. Joel spent 48 on clothing and 98 on transport. He then spent of his remaining money on books. After buying the books, he donated of the money he had left to charity. In the end, he hadof the sum of money he had 4 7 2 7 at first. How much money did he have at first? 448 \left(c\right) x Z$