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  1. QID  When 564 is divided by 7, the remainder is ________________.





  2. 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?





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





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





  5. 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?





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





  7. 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?





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





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





  11. 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?





  12. 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?





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





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





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





  16. QID  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?





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





  18. QID 

    How many pupils weigh between 40-49kg?





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





  20. QID 

    Which weight range has the least number of pupils in it?





  21. QID 

    What is the perimeter of this figure? (The figure is not drawn to scale)





  22. QID  Sam can save $40 in a month. How much can Sam save in a year?





  23. QID  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?





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





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





  26. 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?





  27. QID 

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





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





  29. QID  Find the product of 96 and 78.





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






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