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Q1<br />   PSLE 2011/P2<br />The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the ...
Q2<br />PSLE 2011/P1<br />Jane bought twice as many 50-cent <br />stamps as 80- cent stamps. <br />How many 80-cent stamps...
Q3<br />PSLE 2011/Paper 2/Q17<br />A school was holding an event and tickets were sold to the teachers and pupils. Each te...
Q4<br />    PSLE 2011/P2<br />A fruit stall was selling pear at 70 cents each<br />and apples at 40 cents each. Sally boug...
Q5<br />    PSLE 2011/P2<br />Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After he sold     <br />         of the chi...
Q6<br />    PSLE 2011/P2/Q18<br />Faizal had a sum of money. He spent      of his money on a wallet and        of the rema...
Q7<br />PSLE 2011/P2<br />Alex and Bob were running round a 400 m circular track. Alex ran at a speed of 190m/min while Bo...
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PSLE 2011 Maths

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PSLE 2011 Maths

  1. 1. Q1<br /> PSLE 2011/P2<br />The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />
  2. 2. Q2<br />PSLE 2011/P1<br />Jane bought twice as many 50-cent <br />stamps as 80- cent stamps. <br />How many 80-cent stamps can Jane<br />buy if she spent a total of $30.60?<br />
  3. 3. Q3<br />PSLE 2011/Paper 2/Q17<br />A school was holding an event and tickets were sold to the teachers and pupils. Each teacher had to pay $20 each while each pupil had to pay $8 each. ¼ of the tickets were bought by the teachers and the rest bought by the pupils. The total cost of tickets bought by the pupils was $416 more than the total cost of the tickets bought by the teachers. What was the total cost of all the tickets sold?<br />
  4. 4. Q4<br /> PSLE 2011/P2<br />A fruit stall was selling pear at 70 cents each<br />and apples at 40 cents each. Sally bought<br />some pears and Tom bought some apples.<br />Sally spent $1.10 more than Tom but had 7 less<br />fruits than him.<br />(a) How many pears did Sally buy? <br />(b) How much money did Tom spent?<br />
  5. 5. Q5<br /> PSLE 2011/P2<br />Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After he sold <br /> of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />
  6. 6. Q6<br /> PSLE 2011/P2/Q18<br />Faizal had a sum of money. He spent of his money on a wallet and of the remainder on a book. After that, his parents gave him $120. Finally, the ratio of the amount of money he had in the end to the amount of money he had at first was 5 : 4. <br /> What was the sum of money Faizal had at first?<br />
  7. 7. Q7<br />PSLE 2011/P2<br />Alex and Bob were running round a 400 m circular track. Alex ran at a speed of 190m/min while Bob ran at a speed 25m/min slower than Alex. When Alex ran 300 m more than Bob, how many complete rounds had he run?<br />

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