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  1. QID A cake is cut into 8 equal pieces. What is the minimum number of knife strokes required?





  2. QID Evaluate `2/7` ÷ 2 + `1/2`





  3. QID The figure below, is not drawn to scale. Is made up of 2 triangles ABC and BCD. ABC is a straight line . Find `/_k`.





  4. QID What is the value of the digit 6 in 860 293?





  5. QID Susan baked a cake. She gave `1/4` of it to her neighour. The remaining cake was shared equally among her husband and 4 children. What fraction of the cake did her husband get?





  6. QID The parking charges in a car park is shown in the table below.

    If Mr Ang parked his car from 9.30 a.m to 1.15 p.m., how much did he pay?





  7. QID Armani's monthly salary was $3000. Every month, he would give 40% of his salary to his father. He would spend 40% of his remaining salary on rent and saved the rest. (a)_ How much did he spent on rent? (b) What percentage of his monthly salary did he save?





  8. QID The figure below is not drawn to scale. `/_a` is twice as large as `/_b`. Find `/_b`.





  9. QID Claudia went shopping with some money. She spent $60 on a blouse and `3/5` of the remainder on a skirt. If she had $44 left, find the amount of money she had at first.





  10. QID The ratio of Ali's sweets to Bala's to Charlie's was 1 : 2 : 4. When Charlie gave away 60 sweets to be shared between Ali and Bala, he found that the 3 of them had the same number of sweets. How many sweets did Bala have at first?





  11. QID A container is `1/9` filled with water. When David pours another 25 litres of water into it, it becomes `2/3` full. Find the capacity of the container.





  12. QID Aminah spent $150 and had $350 left. What percentage of her money did she spend?





  13. QID Mrs Wang baked 512 cookies and sold them in boxes of 32. Each box of cookies was sold at $12.50. How much did she earn?





  14. QID When Mr Low is 32 years old, his daughter is 5 years old. In how many years' time will Mr Low be 4 times as old as his daughter?





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    Elma spilled some ink on her result slip. The average mark of the 4 subjects is 84. How many mark did she score for Chinese?





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  17. QID `2/3` of Peter's money is equal to `3/4` of Tom's money. Express Peter's money as a ratio of Tim's money.





  18. QID The figure below is a parallelogram and is not drawn to scale. Find `/_x`.





  19. QID The figure shows a field which consists of a rectangle and a triangle. The area of Pond M is 36 `m^2`. Find the area of the whole field, excluding Pond M.





  20. QID Find the value of 213 x 18.





  21. QID When Tap A was turned on, it took 10 minutes to fill up the tank with water. But it took only 8 minutes to fill up the same tank with water when both Tap A and Tap B were turned on at the same time. What was the rate per minute at which the water flowed out from Tap B?





  22. QID A machine can seal 456 parcels in 1 hour. How many parcels can it seal in 2`1/2` hours?





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    O is the centre of the circle. AB, CD, EF and GH are straight lines which cut the circle into 8 equal parts. What percentage of the circle is shaded?





  24. QID Find the area of the shaded part of the figure.





  25. QID 0.2 of John's cards is equal to `1/4` of Andrew's cards. If they have a total of 180 cards, how many cards did John have at first?





  26. QID A rectangular tank is 20 cm long ans 10 cm wide. The height of the water level in the container was 5 cm at first. What is the height of the water level after 3 ℓ of water is poured into the container?





  27. QID The average time taken for Ming Da to swim 4 laps is 75 s. If the average time taken for him to swim 3 laps is 71 s, find the time he has taken to swim the 4th lap.





  28. QID John and Mary read a total of 30 books in May. In June, John read 9 books fewer than Mary who had read thrice as many as she did in May. If both of them read a total of 45 books in June, how many books did John read in the 2 months?





  29. QID Susan and Patricia have $150 altogether. If Susan has $30 more than Patricia, express the amount of money Susan has as a ratio of the amount of money Patricia has in the simplest form.





  30. QID The figure below is not drawn to scale. MNOP is a rhombus. Find `/_MON`.






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