1.
The chart below shows the amount of money Simon
saves from Monday to Wednesday
Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

$5

$10

$15

If Simon continues to save in this pattern,
how much money will he save by Sunday?
2.
Complete the number pattern.
2 , 4 , 8 , 14 , 22, 32, _____ , _____ ,
_____
3.
A group of 8 people shook hands with one another
in a meeting. Each person shook hands with another person once. How many
handshakes were exchanged?
4.
Form 2 digits numbers with the digits 2, 3, 4.
The digits in each number can’t be repeated. List all the 2digit number that
can be divided by 4.
5.
I am a number between 30 and 49. If I am divided
by 5, there will be a reminder of 2. If I am divided by 6, there will be no
reminder. What number am I?
6.
Complete the number pattern
2, 3, 5, 8, 12, 17, _____ , _____ , _____
7.
The distance from Kovan to Lakeview City is 148 km.
There are 3 bus stops of equal distance between the 2 cities. If Olivia board
the bus at the first bus stop and gets off at the second bus stop, how far will
she still have to travel to get to Lakeview City?
8.
Monica paid $1595 for a sofa. She paid twice as
much for an entertainment center. If she gave the cashier $5000, how much
change would she receive?
9.
The first digit of a number is the same as the
last digit. The second digit is 2 more than the first digit. The sum of all its
digit is 5. Find the 3digit odd number.
10.
The chard below shows the number of workers and
the number of days needed to build a 2 story house. Find the number of days
needed for 10 workers to build the same house.
Number of workers

Number of days needed

100

56

80

80

60

104

40

128

20

11.
Mike bought a backpack that cost $20.52. He gave
the cashier the exact amount with 3 bills and 4 coins. What were the bills and
coins he gave to the cashier?
12.
A garden is located exactly halfway between
Jamie’s house and her school. The distance between the garden and her school is
2 km. what is the distance from Jami’s house to her school?
13.
Plant A is 2 m tall. Plant B is 60 cm taller
than Plant A. Plant C is 10 cm shorter than Plant A. What is the total height
of the tallest and the shortest plants?
14.
Grace dropped a string into a measuring cylinder
of oil and water. 1/5 of the string was immersed in oil and water. 1/10 of the
string was immersed in water. If 5 cm of the string was immersed in water, what
was the total length of the string?
15.
Ken has 3 bills. The first bill is twice the
amount of money of the second one. The third bill is 10 times the about of
money of the second one. The difference between the largest and the smallest
amount is 36. How much money does Ken have?
16.
It is 12 hours earlier in New York than in
Singapore. What will be the day and time in New York when the clock strikes
twelve midnight on New Year Day in Singapore?
17.
Simon’s father ate ½ of a pizza. Simon ate 1/2
of what was left. Simon’s mother ate ½ of what was left after Simon has taken
his pieces. The remaining 2 pieces of pizza were eaten by Simon’s brother. How
many pieces of pizza were there at first?
18.
Mr. David bought groceries. She gave the cashier
$35. She received the change in 3 bills in two different denominations. One of
the bills was 5 times the amount of money of the other bills. The change was
between $ 5 and $10. How much were the groceries?
19.
A bean plant grows 5 inches every three days.
How tall will the bean plant grow after 10 days?
20.
Study the numbers carefully. Find the missing
number.
115

125

240

229

660


344

556

900

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