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1. Round off 4 213 to the nearest hundred.

2. 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?

3. 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?

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

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

6. 3 420 ÷ ? = 342 The missing number in the box is_____________.

7.  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?

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

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

10. 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?

11. ? - 453 = 545 The missing number in the box is __________________. Round off your answer to the nearest 10.

12. Find the product of 96 and 78.

13.  The missing number in the box is ______________.

14. ? ÷ 3 = 64 R2
The missing number in the box is ________________

15. When 564 is divided by 7, the remainder is ________________.

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

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

18. 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?

19. If 72 is the ninth multiple of a certain number, what is that number?

20. Carl has 13 toy cars more than Jack. Jack has 5 toy cars less than Simon. How many more toy cars has Carl than Simon?

21. 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?

22. There are 360 pupils in the hall. Mr Lee wants to arrange them in groups. Mr Lee puts 9 pupils in each group. How many groups are there?

23.  What is the mass of A?

24. Multiply 34 by 21. The answer is _______________ when rounded off to the nearest ten.

25. Find the difference between 4 359 and 897.

26. How many hundreds are there in 23 000?

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

28. 4 560 is 500 more than _______________.

29. 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?

30. Which of the following has the smallest value?