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1) Four children have small toys. The first child has 1/10 of the toys, the second child has 12 more toys than the first, the third child has one more toy of what the first child has and the fourth child has double the third child. How many toys are there?
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2) In a shop, the cost of 4 shirts, 4 pairs of trousers and 2 hats is $560. The cost of 9 shirts, 9 pairs of trousers and 6 hats is $1,290. What is the total cost of 1 shirt, 1 pair of trousers and 1 hat?
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3) A salesman sold twice as much pears in the afternoon than in the morning. If he sold 360 kilograms of pears that day, how many kilograms did he sell in the morning and how many in the afternoon?
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4) Mary, Peter, and Lucy were picking chestnuts. Mary picked twice as much chestnuts than Peter. Lucy picked 2 kg more than Peter. Together the three of them picked 26 kg of chestnuts. How many kilograms did each of them pick?
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5) A student chose a number, multiplied it by 2, then subtracted 138 from the result and got 102. What was the number he chose?
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6) I chose a number and divide it by 5. Then I subtracted 154 from the result and got 6. What was the number I chose?
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7) The distance between two towns is 380 km. At the same moment, a passenger car and a truck start moving towards each other from different towns. They meet 4 hours later. If the car drives 5 km/hr faster than the truck, what are their speeds?
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8) Carlotta spent $35 at the market. This was seven dollars less than three times what she spent at the bookstore; how much did she spend there?
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9) A test has 20 questions. The test awards 3 points if the answer is correct and takes away 1 point if the answer is incorrect. A student answered 5 questions incorrectly. How many points did the student lose?
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10) The call centre received its highest number of enquiries between 3 pm and 4 pm, which was 60% more than the 600 enquires it received between 2 pm and 3 pm. On average, how many enquires per minute were received between 3 pm and 4 pm?
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