Primary 5, Mathematics, Worksheet 8 – TBC, await for Maya to confirm on workings uploaded
Primary 5, Mathematics, Worksheet 8 – TBC, await for Maya to confirm on workings uploaded
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Time Limit: 1 hour 15 minutes ( 75 minutes )
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a) 20 questions already input into LMS. Seems like from pdf, Section A = fill in the blanks and Section B = essay / open answers.
b) categorized.
To follow up:
a) marks allocation – Maya updated into system
b) time limit – 1 hr 15mins – updated
c) model answers and workings / explanations (if any) – answers and workings already uploaded diagrams to LMS. Maya to review if diagrams are alright.
d) review and determine if format (currently chosen: fill in the blanks) / presentation is appropriate. Required to determine format as in Section A & B requires workings.
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Question 1 of 20
1. Question
1 point(s)Question: Ming had twice as many goldfish as Gareth. Malcolm had 6 times as goldfish as Gareth. Find the ratio of the number of goldfish Ming has to the number of goldfish Malcolm has.

Answer:
Ming : Malcom
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Question 2 of 20
2. Question
1 point(s)Question: Rachel has 3 times as many dolls as Roxanne. Amy had 4 times as many dolls as Roxanne. What is the ratio of the number of dolls Amy has to the number of dolls Rachel has?

Answer:
Amy : Rachel
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Question 3 of 20
3. Question
2 point(s)Question: Find the ratio of the area of square of sides 2cm and 4cm.

Answer:
Sides of 2cm : Sides of 4cm
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Question 4 of 20
4. Question
3 point(s)Question: Tony, Kim and Ronald shared a number of stamps in the ratio 8:5:3. Tony and Ronald received a total of 671 stamps. How many more stamps did Kim receive than Ronald?

Answer:
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Question 5 of 20
5. Question
3 point(s)Question: George has 400 stamps. Clifford has 160 stamps more than George. Linda has 320 stamps less than Clifford. Find the ratio of the number of George’s stamps to Linda’s stamps to Clifford’s stamps.

Answer:
George : Linda : Clifford
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Question 6 of 20
6. Question
3 point(s)Question: There are 810 Malay pupils in a school. The number of Chinese pupils is 180 more than the number of Malay pupils. There are 270 fewer Indian than Malay pupils. Find the ratio of the number of Indian pupils to Chinese pupils to Malay pupils in the school.

Answer:
Indian : Chinese : Malay
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Question 7 of 20
7. Question
3 point(s)Question: Tom went shopping with an equal number of \$10 notes and \$5 notes, spending 12 pieces of \$10 notes and 45 pieces of \$5 notes, the ratio of his remaining \$10 notes to \$5 note was 5:2. Find the total value of his notes that were left.

Answer: $
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Question 8 of 20
8. Question
3 point(s)Question: Tom and Mary had the same number of stickers. After Tom gave away 38 stickers and Mary gave away 92 stickers, Tom had 4 times as many stickers left as Mary. How many stickers had Tom left?

Answer:
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Question 9 of 20
9. Question
3 point(s)Question: Lisa, William and Caroline went for a buffet dinner together. Lisa paid for 1/5 of the bill. The remainder of the bill was split up between William and Caroline in the ratio 7:5. If William paid $28 more than Lisa how much was the bill for the dinner?

Answer: $
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Question 10 of 20
10. Question
3 point(s)Question: 2/9 of the participants in a dance competition were Chinese. The rest of the participants were Malays and Indians in the ratio 9:5. If there are 75 more Malays than Chinese, how many people took part in the competition?

Answer:
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Question 11 of 20
11. Question
3 point(s)Question: The ratio of Kelvin’s allowance to Cassie’s allowance is 2:3. The ratio of Cassie’s allowance to Bob’s allowance is 4:5. Bob has $56 more than Kelvin. How much money do they have altogether?

Answer: $
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Question 12 of 20
12. Question
3 point(s)Question: The ratio of a box of marbles to that of a crate of marbles in a box was 5:8. I transferred 18 marbles from the box to the crate, after which the number of marbles in the crate was 5 1/2 times that in the box. How many marbles were in the crate at the end?

Answer: marbles
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Question 13 of 20
13. Question
1 point(s)Question: Felicia has 3/4 as many stamps as Patrick. Kyle has 2/5 as many stamps as Patrick. The 3 friends have a total of 860 marbles. How many more stamps does Felicia have than Kyle?

Answer: marbles
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Question 14 of 20
14. Question
2 point(s)Question: The ratio of the number of Malay books to the number of Chinese books in a library is 9:2. There are 749 fewer Chinese books than Malay books. Find the total number of Chinese and Malay books in the library.

Answer:
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Question 15 of 20
15. Question
2 point(s)Question: Joshua, Tiffany and Ananda shared a sum of money in the ratio 7:4:3. Joshua and Tiffany received a total of $682. How much more money did Joshua receive than Ananda?

Answer: $
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Question 16 of 20
16. Question
3 point(s)Question: At a local community centre, the ratio of the number of senior citizens in the Line Dancing Club to that of the number of senior citizens in the Taichi Club was 11:4. After 720 of the members from the Line Dancing Club transferred their membership to the Taichi Club, the ratio became 1:4. How many more members are there in the Taichi Club than the Line Dancing Club?

Answer:
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Question 17 of 20
17. Question
3 point(s)Question: An apple seller started his day with an equal number of red and green apples. After 217 red apples and 72 green apples were sold, the ratio of the remaining number of red apples to green apples was 3:8. How many red apples had he left?

Answer:
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Question 18 of 20
18. Question
3 point(s)Question: Samuel and Isaac had a total of \$151. After Samuel spent \$30 and Isaac spent 3/5 of his money, Samuel had thrice as much money as Isaac. How much money had Samuel at first?

Answer: $
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Question 19 of 20
19. Question
3 point(s)Question: The ratio of the number of \$5 notes to \$2 notes in Edward’s pocket is 4:7. The total value of these notes is \$340. What is the total value of the \$2 notes in Edward’s pocket?

Answer: $
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Question 20 of 20
20. Question
5 point(s)Question: The ratio of the area of a square to that of a rectangle with a perimeter of 200cm is 1:24. The ratio of the length of the rectangle to it breadth is 3:2. Find the perimeter of the square.

Answer: Perimeter of square: cm
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