A ticket to Leyland Brothers World for two adults costs $42 in total.
A ticket to Leyland Brothers World for one child is one third the cost of an adult ticket.
What is the cost of a ticket for one child?
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A ticket to Leyland Brothers World for two adults costs $42 in total.
A ticket to Leyland Brothers World for one child is one third the cost of an adult ticket.
What is the cost of a ticket for one child?
$ 
`$7`
`text(C)text(ost of 1 adult ticket)`
`= 42 : 2`
`= $21`
`:.\ text(C)text(ost of 1 child ticket)`
`= 1/3 xx 21`
`= $7`
Which of these has the same value as 10.4?

`100 + 4` 

`10 + 4/100` 

`1+ 4/100` 

`10 + 4/10` 
`10 + 4/10`
`10 + 4/10`
Which of these has the same value as 3.57?

`300 + 50 + 7` 

`300 + 57/100` 

`3 + 5/100 + 7/10` 

`3 + 5/10 + 7/100` 
`3 + 5/10 + 7/100`
`3 + 5/10 + 7/100`
Pinto needs 3 bars of chocolate to make a birthday cake.
He adds `1/4` bar of chocolate at a time in the recipe.
How many `1/4` bars of chocolate will he need to add?
`3`  `4`  `8`  `12` 




`12`
`4 xx 1/4`  `= 1\ text(bars)` 
`8 xx 1/4`  `= 2\ text(bars)` 
`12 xx 1/4`  `= 3\ text(bars)` 
`=>\ text(Pinto needs)\ 12 xx 1/4\ text(chocolate bars.)`
Kate uses 1 cup of flour to make one muffin.
She measures `1/3` cup each time.
How many `1/3` cups will she need to make 6 muffins?
`2`  `3`  `12`  `18` 




`18`
`3 xx 1/3\ text(cup)`  `= 1\ text(cupcake)` 
`6 xx 1/3\ text(cup)`  `= 2\ text(muffins)` 
`12 xx 1/3\ text(cup)`  `= 4\ text(muffins)` 
`18 xx 1/3\ text(cup)`  `= 6\ text(muffins)` 
`=>\ text(Kate needs 18)\ xx 1/3\ text(cups.)`
7.42 is equal to

`0.7 + 0.4 + 0.2` 

`7.0 + 0.4 + 0.2` 

`7 + 0.04 + 0.02` 

`7 + 0.4 + 0.02` 
`7 + 0.4 + 0.02`
`7 + 0.4 + 0.02`
Trevor has poured milk into some glasses.
He makes them all exactly one quarter full.
Trevor counts by quarters to find out, in total, how many full cups of milk he has.
Which number does Trevor count next?
`5`  `3`  `1 1/2`  `2 1/4`  `2 1/2` 





`1 1/2`
`text(Add)\ 1/4\ text(for each additional cup.)`
`:.\ text(Next number)`  `= 1 1/4 + 1/4` 
`= 1 1/2` 
Jane and five of her friends share 2 cakes.
If all six friends share equally, what fraction of one cake does each of them get?
`1/2`  `1/3`  `1/6`  `1/12` 




`1/3`
`text(Fraction of 1 cake)`  `=2/6` 
`=1/3` 
Iris needs 4 cups of raisins to make a fruit cake.
She measures `1/2` a cup each time.
How many `1/2` cups will she need?
`1`  `2`  `4`  `8` 




`8`
`2 xx 1/2\ text(cup)`  `= 1\ text(cup)` 
`4 xx 1/2\ text(cup)`  `= 2\ text(cups)` 
`6 xx 1/2\ text(cup)`  `= 3\ text(cups)` 
`8 xx 1/2\ text(cup)`  `= 4\ text(cups)` 
`=>\ text(Iris needs 8 half cups.)`
A gold class ticket to the movies costs $16.
A normal ticket to the movies costs threequarters of a gold class ticket.
What is the cost of three normal tickets?
$ 
`$36`
`text(C)text(ost of a normal ticket)`
`=3/4 xx $16`
`=$12`
`=>\ text(C)text(ost of 3 normal tickets)`
`=3 xx $12`
`=$36`
In 5 years time, Megan will be 16.
Brian will then be half Megan's age.
How old is Brian now?
`3`  `6`  `8`  `11` 




`3`
`text(In 5 years time:)`
`text{Megan will be 16 (given)}`
`=>\ text(Brian will be 8.)`
`:.\ text(Brian's age now)`  `= 85` 
`= 3` 
A chocolate bar has a mass of 100 grams.
The dotted line shows where Sharon cuts the chocolate bar.
Sharon takes the larger piece.
About what mass is Sharon's piece of chocolate?
`text(30 grams)`  `text(50 grams)`  `text(70 grams)`  `text(90 grams)` 




`text(70 grams)`
`text(The cut is on a line where the smaller piece is)`
`text{just over one quarter (25 g) of the chocolate bar.}`
`:.\ text(The larger piece is about 70 grams.)`
Jonah's soccer team got oranges at half time.
The quarters of oranges were put in a container.
How many whole oranges were cut into quarters and put in the container?
`4`
`text(There are 16 orange quarters in the container.)`
`=>\ text(Each orange is cut into 4 quarters.)`
`:.\ 4\ text(full oranges are needed.)`
Eliza took half the chocolates that were in a bowl.
Without any other chocolates being taken, Eliza took two more.
Eight chocolates were left in the bowl.
How many chocolates were in the bowl at the start?
`6`  `10`  `18`  `20` 




`20`
`text(If we add the last 2 chocolates to the 8 left in)`
`text(the bowl, there are 10 in the bowl.)`
`=>\ text(10 is half the chocolates at the start.)`
`:.\ text(20 chocolates were in the bowl.)`
Curly, Larry and Moe share a bag of oranges.
Curly and Larry get `1/5` of the oranges each.
What fraction of the bag of oranges does Moe get?
`4/5`  `3/5`  `2/5`  `1/5` 




`3/5`
`text(Fraction that Curly and Larry get)`
`= 1/5 + 1/5`
`= 2/5`
`:.\ text(Fraction left for Moe)`
`= 1  2/5`
`= 3/5`
Calvin took half the chocolates in a box.
Without any other chocolates being taken, Jeremy took five more.
Seven chocolates were left in the box.
How many chocolates were in the box originally?
`14`  `20`  `24`  `30` 




`24`
`text(If we add back the 5 chocolates to the 7 left in)`
`text(the box, there are 12 in the box.)`
`=>\ text(12 is half the chocolates at the start.)`
`:.\ text(24 chocolates were in the box.)`