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There were three times as many apples as pears in a stall. After 102 pears were sold, the number of apples became 9 times the number of pears that were left. Find the total number of fruits in the stall in the end.
Lawrence had 480 stamps and Shirley had 320 stamps. Each of them gave away an equal number of stamps to their friend, Jason. As a result, Shirley now had `1/5` as many stamps left as Lawrence. How many stamps did each of them give to Jason?
Tank B contained `4/9` as much petrol as tank A. A mechanic poured an equal amount of petrol into both the tanks. As a consequence, tank B now had 1250 litres of petrol and tank A had 2270 litres of petrol. Find the quantity of petrol poured into each tank.
Robert has some ducks and cows on his farm. The total number of legs of all the ducks and cows is 32. (a) If there were 6 ducks on his farm, find the number of legs the cows have. (b) If there are 5 cows , how many legs do the ducks have in total ? Notes to students: If the question above has parts, (e.g. ...
In the parking space of a shopping mall, there are some motorcycles and some cars. All these vehicles have 42 wheels in total. (a) If there were 4 cars, find the total number of wheels on the motorcycles. (b) If there are 11 motorcycles, what is the total number of wheels that can be found on the cars ?
A charitable organization decides to give $38 to some poor people. It plans to give $2 to a poor man and $4 to a poor woman. (a) If the women received $24, how many men benefitted from the charity ? (b) If the men received $10 in all , how many women were given money ? Notes to students: ...
Johnson wishes to buy some paint boxes and paint brushes. Each paint box costs $2 and each paint brush costs $1 less. He has a total of $22. (a) If Johnson decides to buy $10 worth of paint brushes, how many paint boxes can be buy ? (b) If he pays $20 for the paint boxes, find the number of paint brushes that he is able to buy. ...
Basket A had three times as many fruits as basket B. 160 fruits were then added to basket B. As a result, basket B now had 3 times as many fruits as basket A. Find the total number of fruits in both the baskets now.
Park Y had `1/4` as many benches as park X. 66 new benches were then placed in park Y. As a result, park Y now had 3 times as many benches as park X. Find the total number of benches in both the parks now.