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  1. QID A taxi can take 4 passengers. How many taxi are needed to transport 91 passengers?





  2. QID A shirt costs $8 less than a pair of pants. If 2 similar shirts cost $58, what is the cost of a pair of pants?





  3. QID There are 118 children waiting for their football coach.
    If each football coach can have only 8 children, how many coaches are needed?





  4. QID Peter is 57 kg. He is 3 times as heavy as Alex. What is their total mass?





  5. QID Mark, Samuel and Zack had 49 marbles altogether. Mark had twice as many marbles as Samuel, while Samuel had twice as many marbles as Zack. How many marbles does Mark have?





  6. QID There were 14 cars and bicycles in a car park.
    John counted 40 wheels altogether.
    How many cars were there?





  7. QID Joshua collected 517 ice-cream sticks.
    Nicholas collected 230 more ice-cream sticks than Joshua.
    a) How many ice-cream sticks did Nicholas collect?
    b) How many ice-cream sticks did they collect altogether?





  8. QID The printer prints 8 copies of photographs in 5 minutes.
    How many copies of photographs can it print in 25 minutes?





  9. QID For every 6 stickers that Daniel collects, he can exchange for a notebook. What is the maximum number of notebooks Daniel can get if he has 32 stickers?





  10. QID There are 89 magazines arranged in 3 piles. The first pile has 19 more magazines than the second pile. The number of magazines in the second pile is twice the number of magazines in the third pile. How many magazines are there in the second pile?





  11. QID _________________________ ÷ 10 = 50 R 6.





  12. QID Ben has 5 times as many coins as Kenneth.
    They have 30 coins altogether.
    How many coins does Ben have?





  13. QID The missing number in the circle is ______ .





  14. QID Aaron bought 3 boxes of sweets. There were 6 packets of sweets in each box. If each packet contained 10 sweets, how many sweets did he have altogether?





  15. QID Form the smallest 4-digit even number using all the digits. 5, 0, 2, 9





  16. QID James has 25 one-dollar coins, 6 fifty-cent coins and 7 twenty-cent coins in his piggy bank. How much money has James saved altogether?





  17. QID The sum of two numbers is 7 056. If the smaller number is 2 639, find the bigger number.





  18. QID This is a game which requires you to use four cards below to make an addition problem.
    Each card can only be used once.
     6    7    8    9 

     

    Here is the addition problem.

     

        ___  ___

     

    +  ___  ___

    ___________

     

    ___________

     

    What would be the largest answer?





  19. QID 9 children bought a present for their friend.
    They shared the cost of the present equally.
    If each child paid $7, how much did the present cost?





  20. QID Jason has 249 more stamps than Mitchell. If Jason gives Mitchell 45 of his stamps, how many more stamps will Jason have than Mitchell?





  21. QID 30 hundreds, 43 tens and 55 ones is the same as ___________________.





  22. QID Mary has 5 notes altogether. They consists of 2-dollar and 5-dollar notes. Which one of the following can not be the total amount of money Mary has?





  23. QID Joe had $1 200. He had $200 less than Mark. How much do they have altogether?





  24. QID Write 7 849 in words.





  25. QID If John buys 7 pens, he would be short of $2. If he buys 6 pens, he would have $1 left. How much money does John have?





  26. QID Tom and Jerry spent a total of $90.50 at a shop. Tom spent $29.65. How much more did Jerry spend than Tom?





  27. QID The product of 204 and 6 is _________________________.





  28. QID 28 x 7 = 20 x 7 + ? x 7.





  29. QID In a fancy dress contest, the number of girls who took part was four times as many as the number of boys. If 28 girls took part in the contest, find the number of boys who took part in the contest?





  30. QID The difference between 2 numbers is 984. If the larger number is 5 000, what is the smaller number?






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