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Teddy has 160 more stamps than Mark. After Mark gave Teddy 40 stamps, Teddy had thrice as many stamps as Mark. (a) How many stamps did Teddy have at first? (b) How many stamps did Mark have at first? Notes to students: If the question above has parts(e.g. (a) and (b)), given that the answer for part (a) is ...
School A has 192 more students than school B. 64 students transferred from school B to school A. School A now has 5 times as many students as school B. (a) Find the number of students in school A before the transfer. (b) Find the total number of students in both schools. Notes to student: ...
In a chocolate factory, the quality inspector noticed that in 1 hour, the number of chocolate boxes which had defective packing was 360 less than the number of boxes which were packed correctly. If 60 more boxes were packed correctly in one hour, then the number of boxes that are packed correctly would be 25 times the number of boxes with defective packing. What is the total number of chocolate boxes packed in 1 hour?
Charles had $11.10 more than Carol. If Charles received $3.90 from Carol, Carol would have `2/7` as much money as Charles. How much money did Charles have? Notes to students: Round your answer off to 2 decimal places
The cost of a jacket is $8.60 more than the cost of a tie. The cost of the jacket is also twice as much as the cost of the tie. Had the cost of the jacket been $4.30 less and the cost of the tie $4.30 more, both items would cost the same. Find the total cost of both items. Notes to students: Round yo ...
A fruit stall initially had 330 more apples than mangoes. The fruit vendor sold 160 mangoes, and at the same time added 160 apples to the existing stock of apples. Eventually, the ratio of the number of apples to the number of mangoes became 9 : 4. (a) How many apples were there at first? (b) How many mangoes were there at first? ...
Luke has $8.60 more than Elliot. If Elliot gives $2.20 to Luke, Elliot will have `1/5` as much money as Luke. (a) How much money does Luke have? (b) How much money does Elliot have? Notes to student: If the question above has parts, (e.g. (a) and (b)), give ...
The cost of a jacket is $13.20 more than the cost of a necktie. Had the cost of the jacket been $2.10 less, and the cost of the necktie been $2.10 more, then the jacket would have been four times as costly as the necktie. Find the total cost of the jacket and the necktie.
Two boxes X and Y contained sugar. Box Y had 4.8 kg of sugar less than box X. If 0.5 kg of sugar were to be transferred from box X to box Y, then box Y would contain `1/5` of the amount of sugar in box X. Find, (a) the amount of sugar in box X. (b) the amount of sugar in box Y. ...