# Scholastic Tuition Singapore - Math Lets Go! - Problem Sums (Fractions)

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In a school, the number of boys is 9/13 the number of girls originally. Another 100 boys and 80 girls joined the school. As a result, now, the number of boys is equal to the number of girls. How many boys and girls are there altogether in the school in the end?
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A pencil costs 2/5 as much as a pen. A pencil costs 1/3 as much as a stapler. If the pen costs \$3.50, find the total cost of the 3 stationeries.
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Ali has 3/8 as many sweets as Boon Lian. After Susan gave them 48 sweets each, Ali has 2/5 as many sweets as Boon Lian. How many sweets did Boon Lian in the beginning.
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In a farm, originally, the total number of chickens and ducks is 400 whereby the ratio of the number of chickens to the number of ducks is 1:3. Farmer Lee decided to ONLY buy some chickens. As a result, now, the ratio of chickens to the number of ducks is 5:6. How many chickens did Farmer Lee buy?
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There are 30 more apples than pears in a box. If 4/7 of the number of apples are equal to the 3/5 of the number of pears, how many apples were there at first.
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In a bag, the number of carrots is equal to the number of tomatoes. Alex decided to buy another 26 carrots and 68 tomatoes. As a result, now, the number of carrots is 7/13 the number of tomatoes. How many carrots and tomatoes are there altogether at first?
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Alicia has 2/5 as many sweets as Kate at first. After Alicia gave 35 sweets to Kate, Kate has 3 times as many sweets as Alicia. How many sweets did the both of them have originally.
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In a farm, the number of chickens is equal to the number of ducks at first. Farmer Lee decided to buy another 26 chickens and 68 ducks. As a result, now, the number of chickens is 7/13 the number of ducks. How many chickens and ducks are there altogether at first?
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At a party, the number of men is 9/13 the number of women. Later, 100 men and 80 women arrived. As a result, now, the number of men is equal to the number of women. How many men and women are there altogether in the end?
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Maths Lets Go! - Problem Sums (Fractions)