# Sarin learns Perimeter, Area and Volume in school part 44 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ156

AB and CD are diameters of a bigger circle. EF and GH are diameters of a smaller circle. O is the centre for both circles. Find the perimeter of the figure. Round off the answer to 1 decimal place. (Use  π = 3.14159) # Sarin learns Perimeter, Area and Volume in school part 43 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ155

The figure shows a circle of radius 56 cm. Find the perimeter of the shaded part of the figure? Give your answer correct to 1 decimal place. (π = 3.14159) # Sarin and his coin bank part 9(Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ76

Sarin has a total of 195 fifty-cent, ten-cent and five-cent coins in his coin bank. There are13 more ten-cent coins than fifty-cent coins. The number of five-cent coins is twice the total number of fifty-cent and ten-cent coins. What was the total amount of all these coins in his coin bank?

# Sarin and his coin bank part 8(Math Question)

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Lower primary school mathematics question LPQ17

The diagram shows the amount of money that Sarin has in the coin bank. He decided to exchange them to \$2 notes. How many will he get?

# Sarin and his coin bank part 7(Math Question)

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Lower primary school mathematics question LPQ16

Sarin had a five dollar note, 4 fifty-cent coins and some twenty-cent coins. If he had \$9.60 altogether, how many twenty-cent coins did he has?

# Sarin and his coin bank part5(Math Question)

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Lower primary school mathematics question LPQ12

Sarin had twenty 50-cent coins in his coin bank. He bought a notebook for \$2.90 and two erasers at 80 cents each. How many 50-cent coins did he have left?

# Sarin and his coin bank part 1 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ25

Sarin has 279 coins in his coin bank. 3/5 of them are 20-cent coins and the rest are 50-cent coins. He spent 1/3 of the 50-cent coins on a book. How much did the book cost?

# Sarin and the million numbers part 8(Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ22

UPQ22-1. Express 400 cents as a ratio of \$20.

(1) 1 : 5

(2) 2 : 1

(3) 5 : 1

(4) 20: 1

UPQ22-2. Which of the following is equivalent to 8%?

(1) 1/8

(2) 0.8

(3) 0.08

(4) 80/100

UPQ22-3. Find the value of 4 5/8 + 1 3/4.

(1) 5 1/4

(2) 5 3/8

(3) 5 2/3

(4) 6 3/8

UPQ22-4. Which one of the following is the same as 3/7 ÷ 4?

(1) 3/7 × 1/4

(2) 7/3 × 1/4

(3) 4 x 3/7

(4) 4 x 7/3

# Sarin and the million numbers part 3(Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ17

UPQ17-1. Find the value of 7/10 + 1/5

UPQ17-2. Express 0.04 as a fraction in its simplest form.

UPQ17-3. 10 children share 6 pizzas equally. Each child gets ______________ pizza.

# Sarin and the million numbers part 2(Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ16

UPQ16-1. Fill in the correct fraction on the line.

7.801 = 7 +8/10 + _______

UPQ16-2. Arrange these numbers from the largest to the smallest. 0.208, 0.082, 0.802

UPQ16-3. A file and 3 markers cost \$11.25. The file cost twice as much as a marker. Find the cost of 4 files.