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PSLE Revision Paper

Mathematics

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PSLE Revision Paper

Booklet A

Questions 1 to 10 carry 1 mark each. Questions 11 to 15 carry 2 marks each. For each question, four options are given. One of them is the correct answer. Make your choice (1, 2, 3 or 4). Shade the correct oval on the Optical Answer Sheet. (20 marks) 1. 14.25 is three-tenths more than __________. (1) 14.05 (3) 13.95 (2) 14.55 (4) 13.08

2. Which is the estimated value of 389 x 32? (1) 12000 (3) 15200 (2) 12448 (4) 12800

3. Find the value of 1 + 8(6+3) ÷ 6 - 4 x 2. (1) 16 (3) 18 (2) 9 (4) 5

4. What is the maximum number of 3-cm cubes that can be placed in a rectangular tank measuring 45 cm by 40 cm by 14 cm? (1) 933 (3) 1000 5. Find the value of (1) 24 (3) 18 (2) 780 (4) 934

n2 + n when n = 8. 4

(2) 12 (4) 20

6. How many eighths are there in 3 (1) 7 (3) 15

1 ? 2

(2) 28 (4) 21

7. At Crystal Palace Bakery, buns are sold at 20% discount after 8.30 p.m. Sally bought 2 buns at $0.80 each at 8.55 p.m. What was the original price of each bun? (1) $1.20 (3) $1 (2) $0.60 (4) $1.50

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ABCD is a square and AF is // to CE.a 1 h as a ratio of 3.30 (3) $5. (1) 18 . ∠BAF is 35° and ∠CEF is 37°.30 p. Find ∠AEF.m to 2. how much will his parking charges be? (1) $3.50 (4) $7. 3 (2) 2:3 (4) 13:15 10.9a + 5 + 8a. Express 2 (1) 1:2 (3) 5:6 (2) 8 + a (4) 8 .80 If Mr Lee parked his car at the mall from 11.PSLE Revision Paper 8.a (3) 18 + a 9.15 a. Parking Rate First hour Every additional half hour or part thereof $2. The table below shows the parking rate in Sunshine shopping mall. What is the perimeter of this circle? (1) 2 π (3) 2 π 2 (2) 1/2 π (4) 1/2 π 2 12.5h. (1) 45° (3) 73° (2) 88° (4) 102° A 35° B F E 37° D C Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 3 . The radius of a circle is π . Simplify 13 .70 (2) $6.m.30 11.50 $0.

m.02 cm (2) 26.m (2) 7.14) (1) 18. Among the red buttons.m with a speed of 80km/h. 5 the number of square red buttons to the total number of blue buttons. 2 of her buttons are red while the rest are blue.84 cm (4) 9. Find the perimeter of the shaded part.m (4) 8:30 a. (Take π = 3. This figure is made up of 4 quadrants of the same radius and a square.m (3) 9. what time did the van start its journey? (1) 9:30 a. In Lisa’s sewing box.PSLE Revision Paper 13. a van moves off from Town B to Town A at 50km/h. The distance between Town A and Town B is 235km.15 cm (3) 22.00 a. (1) 1:2 (3) 5:6 (2) 2:3 (4) 4:9 1 of them are round in shape while the rest of the red buttons are square. If they passed each other at 10 a.m 14. Some time later. A car started traveling from Town A to Town B at 8 a.00 a.16 cm 3 cm 8 cm 15. Find the ratio of 3 Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 4 .

Ans: $____________ 17. Ans: ___________ cm3 18. If his total earnings for this period was $12500. 5 dozen square tiles are used to form the perimeter of a square room which has the same number of tiles on each side. He also receives a commission of $0. the total value of the cars he sold was $240 000. Randy is a car agent. For questions which require units. In a 5-month period. He receives a fixed salary each month. Write your answers in the space provided. If its length. The base of the fish tank is a rectangle with a perimeter of 240 cm.05 for every $5 of sales he makes.PSLE Revision Paper Booklet B Questions 16 to 25 carry 1 mark each. give your answers in the units stated. (10 marks) 16. find its volume. find his monthly salary. How many tiles are there on each side of the room? Ans: _____________ Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 5 . breadth and height of the fish tank are in the ratio of 5:3:6.

P S T Q Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 6 . ABC is a straight line. ∠ x =____________ A x E B 50° D C Ans: _____________° 20.PSLE Revision Paper 19. Shade 3 squares so that the figure is symmetrical along lines PQ and ST.

PSLE Revision Paper 21. Find the cost price of the fruits in terms of k and p. How many metres will the car travel when the wheels make 400 revolutions each? Give your answer in metres. (Take π = 22 ) 7 Ans: ___________ m 23. Ans: $ ____________ 22. He made $68. ABCD is a square and CDE is an equilateral triangle. Mr Tan sold k papayas at $1 each and p honeydews at $4 each. A B E F C D Ans: _____________° Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 7 . Find ∠ AFC. Each wheel of a car has a radius of 21 cm. The figure below is not drawn to scale.

15. How much would 3 rulers and 6 pencils cost? Ans: $ ____________ 25.50. 103 lanterns were hung at an equal distance apart in a row. The distance between the first and the last lantern is 306m.PSLE Revision Paper 24. 2 rulers and 3 pencils cost $4. What is the distance between the 16th and the 57th lantern? Ans: __________ m Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 8 . A ruler and 2 pencils cost $2.

Eva had a total of 535 red and blue beads. As a result.PSLE Revision Paper Questions 26 to 35 carry 2 marks each. Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 9 . Yesterday. Show your working clearly in the space below each question and write your answers in the spaces provided. how old will Betty be in 7 years’ time? Ans: _____________ 27. If Amy is 1. Sketch the top view of the solid figure in the box beside it. she took 2 of her red 9 beads to exchange for 41 blue beads. give your answers in the units stated.25 times as old as Betty and their total age is 36. For questions which require units. How many blue beads had she yesterday? Ans: _____________ 28. she now has an equal number of red and blue beads. (20 marks) 26. This morning.

If there were 2 more calculators than pens. Each calculator costs $25 more than a pen. 21 calculators and some pens cost $589. A tank. When Ray bought 384 more game cards. How much more water must be added to completely fill the tank? Ans: ___________ l 32. Ray had 40% fewer game cards than Henry. 2 cm by 2 cm by 2 cm. is one third-filled with water. he realised that he had twice as many game cards as Tom. Find the perimeter of a square with side (9w + 2) cm if w = 4. Henry had 20% more game cards than Tom. Ans: __________ cm Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 10 .PSLE Revision Paper 29. each measuring. Twenty metal cubes. Ans: $ ____________ 31. find the cost of 1 such calculator. How many game cards did they have altogether at first? Ans: _____________ 30. measuring 17 cm by 5 cm by 9 cm. were then placed into the tank.

Anna paid total amount paid by Brenda and Christine. The pie chart below shows how Caleb distributes his time among the activities he does after school. Anna paid 2 the 7 Christine paid $9. Brenda and Christine shared to buy a gift for their mother.20 more than Anna. 3 sisters Anna. If 4 Ans: $ ____________ 34. how many hours is spent cycling? Ans: ____h_____min Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 11 . how much money did Brenda pay for the gift? 3 the amount Christine paid.PSLE Revision Paper 33. Reading 3h Studying 110° 60° Watching TV Cycling If Caleb spends 3 hours reading.

PSLE Revision Paper 35. How many more red hair pins than blue hair pins had she at first? 1 of her red hair pins and 5 Ans: _____________ Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 12 . Lynn had a total of 150 red and blue hair pins. She gave away bought another 46 blue hair pins. the number of blue hair pins she had was half the number of red hair pins. After which.

If she gave each pupil 7 sweets. The number of marks available is shown in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part-question. show your working clearly in the space provided for each question and write your answers in the spaces provided. she gave sweets to every pupil in her class.PSLE Revision Paper For questions 36 to 48. How many pupils were there in Linda’s class? Ans: ___________ [3] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 13 . On Linda’s birthday. If she gave 2 sweets to each pupil. she would have 189 sweets left. (50 marks) 36. she would have 4 sweets left.

Find A D 65° O C B (a) ∠ ECO (b) ∠ BAO E Ans: (a)___________ [1] (b)___________ [2] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 14 .PSLE Revision Paper 37. COE and DOE are isosceles triangles. O is the centre of the circle. The figure below is not drawn to scale. AOE and BOD are straight lines. ABO.

Shane started on his journey from Lanning Park to Rose Gardens at 7.45 am. Shane reached Rose Gardens while Penny was still 15 km away from Lanning Park.15 am. his car passed Penny's car which was travelling at 82 km/h in the opposite direction. Halfway through his journey. At 9. (a) What was the distance between the Lanning Park and Rose Gardens? (b) What was the average speed that Shane was travelling? Ans: (a)___________ [2] (b)___________ [2] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 15 .PSLE Revision Paper 38.

b. c. Study the pattern and complete the table by finding the values of a. d and e.PSLE Revision Paper 39. The pattern below is made up of toothpicks. Figure 1 Figure 2 1 1 3 Figure 3 2 4 9 3 9 18 4 16 30 5 25 a … … … Figure 4 12 b c d 225 e Figure number Number of triangles Number of toothpicks Ans: (a)__________ [1] (b)__________ [1] (c)__________ [1] (d)__________ [1] (e)__________ [1] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 16 .

(a) Find the cost of a Birthday card. 3 New Year cards cost as much as 2 Birthday cards. (b) How much change would Helen receive if she paid the cashier $50 for 12 New Year cards? Ans: (a)__________ [1] (b)__________ [2] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 17 .PSLE Revision Paper 40. Helen paid $41.60 for 7 New Year cards and 4 Birthday cards.

The ratio of the areas of the 2 squares is 1:9. area of the shaded part.PSLE Revision Paper 41. Find the 5 15 cm Ans: __________ [3] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 18 . The figure below is made up of 2 overlapping squares. 1 of the smaller square overlaps the larger square as shown in the figure.

The ratio of the number of apples in 5 Ans: (a)__________ [3] (b)__________ [2] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 19 . Container A has Container C to that in Container A is 5 : 7. Container B has 4 200 more apples than Container C.PSLE Revision Paper 42. (a) What is the number of apples in Container C? (b) How many apples must we transfer from Container A to Container B so that Container A will have half the number of apples Container B has? 3 as many apples as Container B.

Tank B was filled to the brim with water. Find the height of Tank A. There was still a shortage of 5 litres of water to fill Tank A completely. 20 such tanks of water were transferred from Tank B to Tank A.PSLE Revision Paper 43. The water from Tank B was then transferred to Tank A. ? A 30 cm 50 cm B 25 cm 5 cm 10 cm Ans: __________ [4] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 20 .

If Ben 4 Ans: (a)__________ [2] (b)__________ [2] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 21 . Ben would have 6 times as many stamps as Alan. (a) How many stamps did Ben have? (b) If each stamp cost $0. Alan would have 6 times as many stamps as Ben. how much money did Alan spend on the stamps? 3 of his stamps to Ben.PSLE Revision Paper 44. If Alan gave gave 84 stamps to Alan.22.

The rest of the candies are red. D and E. The bar graph below shows the number of candies in each of the bags A. C. 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 A B No. How many red candies are there? Ans: (a)__________ [1] (b)__________ [1] (c)__________ [1] (d)__________ [1] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 22 . of candies ? C Bags D E (a) The ratio of the number of candies in Bag A to the number of candies in Bag C is 9:7. B.PSLE Revision Paper 45. Study it and answer the following questions. How many candies are there in Bag C? (b) How many candies are there altogether in the 5 bags? (c) What is the ratio of the number of candies in Bag A to the number of candies in Bag E? (d) 40% of the candies in the 5 bags are green in colour.

In how many 8 2 that of her mother’s? years’ time will Rina’s age be 5 Ans: __________ [3] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 23 . Her mother will be 55 years old in 7 years’ time. Rina’s age is 1 of her mother’s.PSLE Revision Paper 46.

PSLE Revision Paper 47. The figure below is made up of a square. find A B Q R S P D (a) ∠ QPS (b) ∠ BRC C Ans: (a)__________ [2] (b)__________ [2] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 24 . ABC and CDQ. ABCD and two isosceles triangles. Given that ∠ CDQ = ∠ BAS = 47°.

Tina first turned on Tap A for 10 minutes to fill in the tank before turning on Tap B. A and B. After both taps were left running for another hour. On its own. to fill an empty rectangular tank with water.PSLE Revision Paper 48. Tina used 2 taps. what fraction of the tank was still empty? Ans: __________ [5] Copyright © 2006 JamesAngTutors 25 . Tap A could fill up an empty tank in 5 hours while Tap B could fill up the same empty tank in 3 hours.

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