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# Primary 3 February Review 3featured

P3-Feb-Review 3 Ans: 1– 2 2– 4 3– 2 4– 2 1233 + 3870 = 5103 5103 – 1789 = 3314 5– 3 = 68 ÷ 4 = 17 159 + 17 = 176 6– 2 7– 4 8– 1 9– 1 709 – 163 = 546 546 ÷ 7 = 78 bags

1# Primary 3 January Review 5featured

P3-Jan-Review 5 Ans: 1– 3 2– 2 3– 2 [Option 1 is the smallest value but it is an odd number] 4– 2 The smallest possible even number that can be formed is 3470. 5– 1 482 – 253 = 229 blue marbles 253 -229 = 24 more black marbles

1# Primary 3 January Review 4featured

P3-Jan-Review 4 Ans: 1– 3 2– 2 [Add 201 to the previous term] 3– 2 4– 3 5– 4 6– 3 7– 3 9000 – 60 = 8940

0# Primary 3 January Review 3featured

P3-Jan-Review 3 Ans: 1– 2 2– 3 3– 3 4– 3 5– 4 6– 1 7– 4 8– 3 9– 4 Number of girls in the class -> 24 + 5 = 29 29 + 24 = 53 pupils

1# Primary 3 August Review 1featured

P3-Aug-Review-1 Ans: 1– 3 2– 4 3– 2 4– 3 5– 3 6– 3 The clock shows 6.20 p.m.. 15 minutes before 6.20 p.m. –> 6.05 p.m. 7– 1 Original length of string -> 2 m 27 cm -> 227 cm 227 cm – 78 cm = 149 cm

2# Primary 5 July Review 3featured

P5-Jul-Review 3 Ans: 1– 2 2– 2 3– 2 4– 4 5– 3 0.8 = 8/10 = 4/5 Left–> 5/5 – 4/5 = 1/5 1u –> $3420 $3420 × 4 = $13 680 6– 4 7– 1 Total amount of sugar –> 21 × 4 kg = 84 kg 84/8 = 10 4/8 = 10 1/2 kg

3# Primary 4 July Review 2featured

P4-Jul-Review 2 Ans: 1– 3 2– 2 3– 2 4– 3 5– 2 6– 2 7– 2 8– 4 9– 2 3.39 – 2.09 = 1.3 1.3 ÷ 2 = 0.65 2.09 + 0.65 = 2.74

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