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  1. QID  ? - 453 = 545 The missing number in the box is __________________. Round off your answer to the nearest 10.





  2. QID  Pupils from 4W, 4X, 4Y and 4Z took part in a survey to find out about their favourite pastime activity. This is the findings of the survey.

    Class

    READING

    CYCLING

    SWIMMING

    HIKING

    Enrolment

    4W

    9

    (ii)______

    15

    5

    40

    4X

    13

    12

    13

    (iv)_____

    38

    4Y

    (i)______

    14

    6

    15

    40

    4Z

    12

    10

    (iii)_______

    7

    39

    Total

    39

    47

    44

    27


    a) Complete the above table.
    b) How many pupils took part in the survey?
    c) If 7 pupils who like hiking change their minds and like cycling, how many pupils like cycling now?





  3. QID  Mandy and Samuel have $460. Mandy has 4 times as much as Samuel. How much does Mandy have?





  4. QID  Find the difference between 4 359 and 897.





  5. QID 

    The number of pupils who weigh between 30-39 kg is twice the number of pupils who weigh between 20-29 kg. How many pupils weigh between 30-39 kg?





  6. QID  Ali took 6 minutes to draw a horse. He took twice as long to draw a dragon. He then, took four times as long to draw a castle with a dragon in it. How long did he take to draw the castle with a dragon in it?





  7. QID  There were 2145 children at a concert. There were 348 fewer adults than children at that concert. How many adults were there at the concert?





  8. QID  There were some cattle and sheep in a zoo. There were twice as many sheep as cattle. The zoo keeper counted 84 legs altogether. How many cattle were there?





  9. QID  The cost of tickets to a show was $11 for 1 adult and $7 for 1 child. Mrs Tang bought tickets for 4 adults and 5 children. If she gave the cashier $100, how much change would she receive?





  10. QID  Andrew has $240.
    Andrew has 6 times as much as Jane.
    How much more money does Andrew have than Jane?





  11. QID  Which of the following has the smallest value?





  12. QID  A factory can manufacture 32 pairs of boots a day. In 14 days, how many pairs of boots can it manufacture?





  13. QID  Arrange the digits 4, 7 and 2 to form the GREATEST EVEN number. The number MUST be a multiple of 4.





  14. QID  Meena bought 1kg of onions which cost $1.80 and 1kg of cucumbers which cost twice as much as the onions. She gave $10 to the vegetable seller. How much change did she receive?





  15. QID  ? x 8 = 432. The missing number in the box is _____________.





  16. QID  A teacher took the weight of 30 pupils and presented the data in the graph below.

    How many pupils weigh between 20-29 kg?





  17. QID  FInd the first common multiple of 9 and 7.





  18. QID  In which of the following is the digit 8 in the thousands place?





  19. QID  Ming baked some cookies for sale. She sold 9 boxes of cookies. There were 12 cookies in each box. If she had 3 boxes of 3 cookies in each box left, how many cookies did she bake?





  20. QID  I am 9 years and 10 months old. My sister is 1 year 3 months older. How old is my sister?





  21. QID  How many hundreds are there in 23 000?





  22. QID  Find the common factors of 9 and 12.





  23. QID  4 560 is 500 more than _______________.





  24. QID  A given number is a multiple of 5. It is between 20 and 30. It is also a factor of 50. What is the number?





  25. QID  Sally is 124 cm tall. Her brother is 13 cm shorter than her. What is their total height?





  26. QID  A bowling alley opens at 11.30 am and closes at 5 pm every day. How long is it opened each day?





  27. QID 

    How many pupils weigh between 40-49kg?





  28. QID  Round off 4 213 to the nearest hundred.





  29. QID  Find the product of 96 and 78.





  30. QID 

    The figure below is made up of 3 rectangles. Find the area of the whole figure. (The figure is not drawn to scale)






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