Number and Algebra, NAPK216 SA v1
There are 54 maths students at an award presentation.
Mr Habib lines them up so there are 6 students in each row.
How many rows are there?
Number and Algebra, NAPH216v1
Lena's orchard had 84 apples to sell at the farm gate.
She packed them in bags of 15 apples for sale.
He had 12 apples left over.
How many bags did Lena pack?
`4`  `5`  `11`  `66` 




Number and Algebra, NAPJ224v1
Jeremy earned $11 each time he walked his neighbour's dog.
He walks his neighbour's dog twice per week.
How much money will Jeremy earn over 4 weeks?
$ 
Number and Algebra, NAPE28v2
How many numbers between 8 and 51 are divisible by 6?
`5`  `6`  `7`  `8` 




Number and Algebra, NAPK220
On Monday, Jeremy went to the doctor and was given 24 tablets.
Jeremy was to take 5 tablets each day starting from Monday.
On which day did Jeremy take the last tablet?
Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday 




Number and Algebra, NAPB220
A group of soccer fans all go to a soccer game.
Entry to the game costs $3.
Altogether the group pay $156.
How many soccer fans are there in the group?
`50`  `51`  `52`  `63` 




Number and Algebra, NAPB131 SA
5 boys win $3.
They share the money equally.
How much does each boy get?
cents 
Number and Algebra, NAPC134 SA
A soccer club orders 60 balls for the new season.
There are 8 teams in the club.
Each team is given 6 balls.
How many balls does the club have left?
Number and Algebra, NAPC133 SA
A swim centre has 10 boxes of goggles.
Three boxes have 8 pairs of goggles in each box.
The rest have 5 pairs of goggles in each box.
How many pairs of goggles are there altogether?
Number and Algebra, NAPB218
Number and Algebra, NAPC124
Number and Algebra, NAPB128 SA
Kim is packing 27 plums into boxes to take to the market.
Each box can hold 5 plums.
What is the smallest number of boxes Kim needs to make sure all the plums are packed?
Number and Algebra, NAPB118
4 groups of 6 plums is the same number of plums as 3 groups of
`8`  `6`  `4`  `3` 




Number and Algebra, NAPC120
Number and Algebra, NAPC112
Number and Algebra, NAPD134 SA
Number and Algebra, NAPD130
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` 




Number and Algebra, NAPG134 SA
Number and Algebra, NAPD127 SA
Dinesh thought of a number.
He doubled the number and subtracted 4.
The answer was 14.
What number did Dinesh first think of?
Number and Algebra, NAPD123 SA
Kelly is buying tennis balls from the sporting goods shop.
It costs $12 to buy 4 balls.
If each ball costs the same, how many tennis balls can Kelly buy for $60?
Number and Algebra, NAPD111
Number and Algebra, NAPE135 SA
Number and Algebra, NAPE134
5 of plastic cups cost 30 cents.
How many cents does one cup cost?

cents 
What is the greatest number of cups that can be bought with exactly $6?

Number and Algebra, NAPE132 SA
Mr. Lantry asked his students to follow the steps below.
 Step 1: Think of an even number between 1 and 10.
 Step 2: Halve it.
 Step 3: Add twice the number you started with.
 Step 4: Multiply by 2.
 Step 5: Divide by the number you started with.
What answer should everyone get?
Number and Algebra, NAPG129 SA
Number and Algebra, NAPG128 SA
There are 12 children in a year 3 class.
They are split up into 2 groups.
One group has 3 times the number of children as the other group.
How many children are in the larger group?
Number and Algebra, NAPF132 SA
Luke and Seb receive pocket money each week.
Luke gets $3 and Seb gets $6.
After 12 weeks, how much more pocket money has Seb received than Luke?
$ 
Number and Algebra, NAPF128 SA
Jonah ran 5 times around a track.
He ran a total of 3000 metres.
Toby ran twice around the same track.
How many metres did Toby run?
Number and Algebra, NAPF127
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` 




Number and Algebra, NAPG125 SA
Damon had $1.40 in 5cent coins in his piggy bank.
How many 5cent coins does Damon have?
Number and Algebra, NAPF114
Five people collected a total of 70 aluminium cans to recycle.
Three of the people collected 20 cans each.
The other two, Randy and Thor, collected the rest of the cans equally.
How many cans did Thor collect?
`5`  `10`  `35`  `50` 




Number and Algebra, NAPG113
Wayne needs to buy 14 pairs of socks for the players in his soccer team.
The socks are sold in packets of 3.
How many packets does Wayne need to buy?
`4`  `5`  `17`  `42` 




Number and Algebra, NAPH133 SA
Three children were playing a card game.
There were 52 cards. Each child was given 11 cards.
How many cards were left over?
Number and Algebra, NAPH115
Bryan had $24 at the start of his holiday.
He spent $4 each day.
How many days did it take for Bryan to spend all his money?
`4`  `6`  `8`  `20`  `28` 





Number and Algebra, NAPI106
Number and Algebra, NAPI121
In a soccer competition, there were 5 teams.
Over the season, a total of 55 goals were scored.
Each team scored the same number of goals for the season.
How many goals did each team score?
`60`  `50`  `12`  `11` 




Number and Algebra, NAPI119
Emma uses the number sentence `8 xx 4 = 32` to solve a problem.
Which of the problems below would the number sentence solve?

Emma has 8 students and gets 4 more. How many students does she have now? 

Emma has 8 students. She gives each of them 4 pencils. How many pencils does Emma give to her students? 

Emma has 8 pencils. She shares them with 4 students. How many pencils does each student get? 

Emma has 8 pencils and gives 4 away. How many pencils does she have now? 
Number and Algebra, NAPI118
Number and Algebra, NAPH130
Andrew kept 3 bird cages.
Each bird cage had 8 birds in it.
He then bought one more bird cage and spread the birds out evenly between the 4 cages.
How many birds were then in each cage?
`5`  `6`  `8`  `9` 




Number and Algebra, NAPI232
Matt had a bag of 44 lollipops.
He gave an equal number to each of the other 7 players in his water polo team.
Matt gave each team mate as many lollipops as possible and kept the rest for himself.
How many lollipops did Matt get?
`2`  `6`  `9`  `37` 



