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1.  Matthew had some marbles at first.
After he gave his brother 90 marbles and his three friends 80 marbles each, he still had 150 marbles left.
How many marbles did Matthew have at first?

2.  A fruiterer has 18 boxes of mangoes. Each box contains 40 mangoes. He repacks all the mangoes into bags of 5. How many bags of mangos will he get?

3.  What is the missing digit in the box?
```    9 9 3 8

-  6 ? 2 6

_________

3 5 1 2

_________ ```

4.  Mr Brown travelled 467 km at first. He travelled another 199 km before he reached his destination. How far did he travel altogether?

5.  A school library has 2367 English books and 1277 Chinese books. How many English and Chinese books are there in the library?

6.  What is the value of A?
A ÷ 7 = 407 R 4.

7.  Stall A sold 2220 magazines in a week. Stall B sold 1109 magazines in the same week. How many more magazines were sold by Stall A than Stall B in that week?

8.  Hong Tat achieved the following scores in a video game.
Pick out his top 3 scores and arrange them in ascending order.
 2914 2149 2491 2941

9.  Clarence had ＄98.70. He spent ＄39.50. How much had he left?

10.  Kathy earns 975 points in a game. She earns 88 points more than Millie. How many points does Millie have?

11.  The product of two numbers is 642. If one of the numbers is 6, what is the other number?

12.
Marish bought 4 bookmarks and a pen. How much did she pay for her purchase?

13.  Sean and Ahmad have 509 marbles. Sean has 89 marbles fewer than Ahmad. How many marbles does Sean have?

14.  When I divide a number by 8, the quotient is 211. What is this number?

15.  Carol bought two cups of tea for 55 cents each. She gave the cashier ＄5. How much change would she get?

16.  Write in figures.
 Eight thousand and fifteen

17.  Find the value of 1788 + 141.

18.  The difference between two numbers is 47. One of the numbers is 138. What is the sum of these two numbers?

19.  A total of 4500 movie tickets were sold in three days.
783 more tickets were sold on the first day than on the second day.
The same number of tickets were sold on the second and the third day.
How many tickets were sold on the first day?

20.  Eliza has 1278 beads. She has 237 fewer beads than Susan. How many beads do the two girls have?

21.  Using all the digits given below, from the largest and smallest 3-digit numbers. Find the sum of these 2 numbers.
 1 6 2

23.  ＄16.50 - ＄5.68 = ______.

24.  Mrs Wong baked 407 pineapple tarts. She put them equally into 9 containers and found that she had a few left. How many pineapple tarts were left?

25.  Multiply 212 by 9.

26.  336 people boarded 8 buses. There was an equal number of people in each bus. How many people were there in each bus?

27.  The difference between 6909 and 2405 is ______.

28.  In 4398, the digit 3 has a value of ________.

29.  The sum of 1433 and 1254 is ________.

30.  A factory worker sews 7 buttons on each shirt. How many buttons will he have to sew for 245 such shirts?