Monday, November 21, 2011

PSLE Results @ 24.11.2011

Dear Class

The reporting time this Thursday is 1130. See you in the school hall!

Yours
Mdm Toh

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Important! Things to bring and submit on 21 October 11

Dear all, please help to spread the word.

Bring the following tomorrow.
1. $5 for graduation party
2. Sexuality consent form
3. Punggol secondary school consent form
4. $10 for transition camp if you wish to participate

Thanks and see you tomorrow.

How's the progress of the whimsical moment preparation?

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Vocabulary Exercise - Death Before Dishonour

1. Retreated (verb) - withdrew, retired, or drew back, especially for shelter or seclusion.

2. Crater (noun) – the hole or pit in the ground where a bomb, shell, or military mine has exploded.

3. Conquered (noun) – taken over

4. Poised (adjective) – (of a person) composed, dignified, and self-assured

5. Stationed (verb) – assigned a station to; placed or posted in a station or position.

6. Regiment (noun) – a unit of ground forces, consisting of two or more battalions or battle groups, a headquarters unit, and certain supporting units.

7. Experimental (adjective) –

8. Dedicated (adjective) –

9. Loomed (verb) –

10. Platoon (noun)

11. Lieutenant (noun) –

12. Cloaked (verb) –

13. Readied (verb) –

14. Ingenious (adjective)

15. Instance (noun) –

16. Undergrowth (noun) –

17. Mortar (adjective) –

18. Ambushed (verb) –

19. Disarmed (verb)

20. Mortar (noun)

21. Artillery (noun) –

22. Overlooking (verb) –

23. Ammunition (noun) –

24. Depots (noun) –

25. Repelled (verb) –

26. Grenades (noun) –

27. Lunged (noun) –

28. Combat (noun) –

29. Inspiration (noun) –

30. Launch (noun) –

31. Bayonet (noun)

32. Angered (verb) –

33. Steadfastness (noun) –

Monday, September 26, 2011

1. Denzel, Eugene and Farhan bought a packet of marbles. Denzel received 145 marbles.Farhan received 30% less marbles than Eugene. Later,Denzel gave 68 marbles to Eugene and Farhan to share. After that, Farhan still had 30% fewer marbles than Eugene. The number of marbles Eugene had increased by 25%. How many marbles were there in the packet at first?

2. A music store collected $1 680 from the sale of headphones, CDs and DVDs. The ratio of the amount of money collected from the CDs to the amount collected from the DVDs to the amount collected from the headphones was 5 : 6 : 3. The CDs were sold at 2 for $25.
The number of CDs sold was three times the number of DVDs sold.
The number of headphones sold was 50% of the number of DVDs sold.

( a ) How many DVDs did the store sell?

( b ) If Mr Yong had $1125, how many headphones could he buy?

3. The ratio of the number of adults to the number of children in a housing estate is 3 : 8. The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls is 2 : 5. There are 960 fewer boys than girls in the housing estate. How many more adults than boys are there in the housing estate?

4. Tan, Lim and Wong had some pens to sell. Tan had the least number of pens. Wong’s number of pens was 30% less than Lim’s. After Tan and Lim had each sold 50% of their pens, Lim had 95 more pens than Tan. If the three men had a total of 330 pens left, what was the total number of pens they had at first?

5. Anne has some $2 notes. Cindy has some $5 notes. The ratio of the number of notes Anne has to the number of notes Cindy has is 7 : 5. If Anne gives Cindy 24 notes, the ratio of the number of Anne’s notes to the number of Cindy’s notes will become 1 : 3.
(a) How many $5 notes does Cindy have at first?
(b) Find the total value of all the notes which Anne and Cindy have.

6. A rectangular tank, 56 cm long, 42cm wide and 35 cm high was 3/5 full of water. Water began to leak at a rate of 23 cm3 per second. At the same time, water was also added into the tank from a tap at the rate of 72 cm3 per second. How long would it take for the tank to become 90% full of water?
Give your answer in minutes.)

PSLE Groups and Examination Classrooms

EL 6
Classroom 6-2

BERWYN LOW ZONG XUN LIU ZONGXUN BERWYN 25759J 
CELINE PEH FANG JING BAI FANGJING CELINE 25760D 
CHAN JIA YUN ZENG JIAYUN 25761B 
CHIA JAE SHIN XIE JIEXUN 25762J 
CHOW MING QUAN ZHOU MINGQUAN  25763I 
CHUA WEN XUAN CAI WENXUAN 25764G 
GOH JIN KANG WU ZHENKANG 25765E 
HO SI EN HE SIEN 25766C 
JONATHAN YEO EE CHERNG YANG YICHENG JONATHAN 25767A 
KEANE TAN HONG JIE CHEN HONGJIE KEANE 25768Z

EL 7
Classroom 6-3

KHOO XIN HUI QIU XINHUI 25769H 
KOH NA ZHEN XU NAZHEN 25770A 
KYAN TAN KHENG FONG CHEN QINGFENG KYAN 25771Z 
LEONA ANG YI XUAN HONG YIXUAN LEONA 25772H
LER JUN KAI GREGORY LU JUNKAI GREGORY 25773F 
LOH XIAO XI, ADA LUO XIAOXI, ADA 25774D 
LOI SHI MIN LU SHIMIN 25775B 
LOO JIA LIN LU JIALIN 25776J 
LOON JIA WEI LUN JIAWEI 25777I 
MARCUS CHAN KAI JET CHEN KAIJIE MARCUS 25778G 
MARIANNE LEE YI LIN LI YULING MARIANNE 25779E 
MATTHIAS YEO EE LIANG YANG YILIANG MATTHIAS 25780I 
NG WEN QI HUANG WENQI 25781G 
NG ZI SHENG AUGUSTINE HUANG ZISHENG AUGUSTINE 25782E 
PEH QIAN LING BAI QIANLING 25783C 
QUAH KIAN YANG KE JIANYANG 25784A 
RAINER ONG ZHEN WEI WANG ZHENWEI RAINER 25785Z 
SEE JIAN RONG BEN XU JIANRONG BEN 25786H 
TAN BING ROU, VALENCIA CHEN BINGROU, VALENCIA 25787F 
TAN JIA LE IVAN CHEN JIALE IVAN 25788D 

TAN JING SHEN CHEN JUNCHENG 25789B 

TANG TE SONG, BRIAN CHEN ZHISONG, BRIAN 
25790F
TIA CAI LENG ZHENG CAILING 25791D


TING SHU RUI, JACQUES ZHANG SHURUI, JACQUES 25792B 
TNG JIA SHENG TANG JIASHENG 25793J


YONG KEAN SIN YANG JIANXIN 25794I

AHMAD TIRMIZI B SELAMAT   25795G

HENNY MAHERAH BTE HUZAINI   25796E

MAISARAH BTE ABDUL LATIFF   25797C

BHAIRAVI BUDDHAMURTHY   25798A

DEVESH LOGENDRAN   25799Z 

RAFI AHAMED AYISHA FARHANA   25800G  

Friday, September 23, 2011

EL practice Paper 11

ludicrously

prudently

recuperating

reciprocating

lugged

shoved

whisked

instilled

scoffing

accolade

concedes

aptitude

perks (n)

incentives

concurrently

consecutively

Speed!

At 9am, John was cycling from Point A to Point B. At the same time, Mary was cycling from Point B to Point A using the same route as John. Cycling at a speed 4km/h faster than Mary, John would pass Mary 300m away from the midpoint.
(a) What time did they pass each other?
(b) If John took another 3 minutes to reach Point B, what time would Mary reach Point A?

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Maths - 5m

1. The Channel Boutique sold a dress for $585. This was 117% of the price of a similar dress in Chloe Boutique. During a sale, both stores offered the same percentage discount on the dress. Christine bought the dress in Chloe Boutique and found that she paid $68 less than the discounted price in Channel Boutique.

(a) Find the price of the dress in Chloe Boutique before the sale.
(b) What is the percentage discount given during the sale?

2. Van A takes 12 hours to deliver a parcel from Town X to Town Y. Van B takes 14 hours to deliver the parcel along the same route. Van A moves at a speed 14 km/h faster than Van B. Find the speed of Van A.

Synthesis and Transformation 12 / Spelling and Grammar Editing 5

Complete the two tests.

S and T 12

Editing

Donations $$$

In conjunction with Children's Day, let's remember the spirit of giving for the underprivileged. Please bring your donations to class tomorrow. Thanks.


What in disguise???

1. Max and Roy each had some money.
If Max spent $60 each day and Roy spent $40 each day, Max would have $80 left when Roy had spent all his money.
If Max spent $30 each day and Roy spent $80 each day, Max would have $890 left when Roy had spent all his money.
How much did Roy have ?

2. Amy and Billy were given some money each. If Amy spent $25 each week and Billy spent $75 each week, Amy would still have $1350 left when Billy had spent all his money. If Amy spent $75 each week and Billy spent $25 each week, Amy would still have $150 left when Billy had spent all his money.

How much money did Amy receive?


3. 20% of Dominic’s savings was $120 more than 1/4 of Joshua’s savings.
After Dominic spent 5/6 of his savings and Joshua spent 50% of his savings, Dominic had $30 more than Joshua.
Find Dominic’s savings at first.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Apples and Oranges - Circles and Triangles

There were 225 apples and 253 oranges in Box A.
There were 260 apples and 212 oranges in Box B.
Mr Chia moved some apples and oranges from Box B to Box A.
In the end, 40% of the fruits in Box A and 70% of the fruits in Box B were apples. How many fruits did Mr Chia move from Box B to Box A?

Monday, September 19, 2011

SDL for EL Practice paper 9

As agreed in class, we will engage in SDL for the vocab questions (16 - 25). Please participate actively via the comments feature in this post.

Cheers!

SWs 5, 6 and 8

SW5 - Money Fair $ingapore

Dear Uncle

Monetary Agency of Singapore will be organising Money Fair Singapore at World Trade Centre Expo Hall 2 from 2 to 10 September 2008 (1m) to commemorate its 20th anniversary (1m). The admission to this event is free and the opening hours are 10 am to 9 pm on weekdays and 10 am to 10 pm on weekends (1m). Two main of attractions visitors could expect are Spot the counterfeit from the real one (1m) and purchase one 25cm uncut sheet of $2 notes (1m). I think you will be very excited (1m) about the Money Fair. Do attend this event with my family!

Your nephew
Daniel


SW6 - Camping on Pulau Ubin

Dear Paul

I am wondering if you would be keen to join me to a camping trip organised by the Trekking Club. The camp will be held on Pulau Ubin, North Beach campsite (1m) from 7 November 2008 to 9 November 2008 (1m). Each participant has to pay $20 (1m) which includes food and drinks. We can call Kenny at 6 885 0789 (1m) to make reservations for the camp. We have to bring along a sleeping bag, a raincoat, (1m)mosquito repellent and a torch (1m) for the camp.

Your best friend
Vincent

SW8 - Greenfield Primary School Adventure Camp


Primary 6 Adventure Camp


The Primary 6 Adventure Camp was recently held from 10 June 2008 to 12 June 2008 (1m) at Camp Stardust (1m). There were a total of 100 participants (1m) . During the camp, participants were given a map and a compass (1m) to help them in their Expeditionary Learning. At the campfire, they cooked their own dinner at the barbeque pit (1m). They also learnt how to canoe and had an unforgettable experience (1m) about it.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Synthesis and Transformation 11

S and T 11!

37 submissions as at 19 September 2011.
First to submit - Qian Ling
First to score full marks - Qian Ling

Check your answers. Look out for the alternative answers in light blue.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Spring answers

Q1
3
Q6
1
Q11
1
Q2
4
Q7
3
Q12
3
Q3
1
Q8
3
Q13
2
Q4
4
Q9
4
Q14
2
Q5
2
Q10
4
Q15
4


Q16
1600
Q17
65
 Q18
9
Q19
0.5
Q20
0.17
Q21
135
Q22
60
Q23
January and February or June and July
Q24
Q25
Q26
Q27
Q28
Q29     
Q30
8y
1170
Northwest
75
3 : 2
2x

    





Maths Questions (4m)

1. Mr Yeo bought 4 times as many spoons as bowls and spent $495 in total.
He spent $15 more on the bowls than on the spoons.
If a bowl cost $6.50 more than a spoon, what was the cost of a spoon ?

2. A car took 5 hours to travel from Town A to Town B while a bus took
4 hours longer to travel from Town B to Town A. 
Both vehicles set off at the same time and moved towards each other.
Two hours later, they were 255 km apart. What was the speed of the bus ?

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

PSLE Listening Comprehension Matters

Date: 16 September 2011 (Friday)
Reporting Time: 0800h
Reporting Venue: Hall

Mother Tongue 0900 - 0945
English 1115 - 1200

TL1   (Classroom 4-7)
BHAIRAVI BUDDHAMURTHY   25798A
RAFI AHAMED AYISHA FARHANA   25800G

ML 2 (Classroom 5-5)
AHMAD TIRMIZI B SELAMAT   25795G
HENNY MAHERAH BTE HUZAINI   25796E
 MAISARAH BTE ABDUL LATIFF   25797C

CL 6 (Classroom 6-9)
BERWYN LOW ZONG XUN LIU ZONGXUN BERWYN 25759J
CELINE PEH FANG JING BAI FANGJING CELINE 25760D
CHAN JIA YUN ZENG JIAYUN 25761B
CHIA JAE SHIN XIE JIEXUN 25762J
CHOW MING QUAN ZHOU MINGQUAN 25763I
CHUA WEN XUAN CAI WENXUAN 25764G
GOH JIN KANG WU ZHENKANG 25765E
HO SI EN HE SIEN 25766C
JONATHAN YEO EE CHERNG YANG YICHENG JONATHAN 25767A
KEANE TAN HONG JIE CHEN HONGJIE KEANE 25768Z

CL7 Classroom 5-7
KHOO XIN HUI QIU XINHUI 25769H
KOH NA ZHEN XU NAZHEN 25770A
KYAN TAN KHENG FONG CHEN QINGFENG KYAN 25771Z
LEONA ANG YI XUAN HONG YIXUAN LEONA 25772H
LER JUN KAI GREGORY LU JUNKAI GREGORY 25773F
LOH XIAO XI, ADA LUO XIAOXI, ADA 25774D
LOI SHI MIN LU SHIMIN 25775B
LOO JIA LIN LU JIALIN 25776J
LOON JIA WEI LUN JIAWEI 25777I
MARCUS CHAN KAI JET CHEN KAIJIE MARCUS 25778G
MARIANNE LEE YI LIN LI YULING MARIANNE 25779E
MATTHIAS YEO EE LIANG YANG YILIANG MATTHIAS 25780I
NG WEN QI HUANG WENQI 25781G
NG ZI SHENG AUGUSTINE HUANG ZISHENG AUGUSTINE 25782E
PEH QIAN LING BAI QIANLING 25783C
QUAH KIAN YANG KE JIANYANG 25784A
RAINER ONG ZHEN WEI WANG ZHENWEI RAINER 25785Z
SEE JIAN RONG BEN XU JIANRONG BEN 25786H
TAN BING ROU, VALENCIA CHEN BINGROU, VALENCIA 25787F
TAN JIA LE IVAN CHEN JIALE IVAN 25788D
TAN JING SHEN CHEN JUNCHENG 25789B
TANG TE SONG, BRIAN CHEN ZHISONG, BRIAN 25790F
TIA CAI LENG ZHENG CAILING 25791D
TING SHU RUI, JACQUES ZHANG SHURUI, JACQUES 25792B
TNG JIA SHENG TANG JIASHENG 25793J
YONG KEAN SIN YANG JIANXIN 25794I

EL6 Classroom 6-9
BERWYN LOW ZONG XUN LIU ZONGXUN BERWYN 25759J
CELINE PEH FANG JING BAI FANGJING CELINE 25760D
CHAN JIA YUN ZENG JIAYUN 25761B
CHIA JAE SHIN XIE JIEXUN 25762J
CHOW MING QUAN ZHOU MINGQUAN 25763I
CHUA WEN XUAN CAI WENXUAN 25764G
GOH JIN KANG WU ZHENKANG 25765E
HO SI EN HE SIEN 25766C
JONATHAN YEO EE CHERNG YANG YICHENG JONATHAN 25767A
KEANE TAN HONG JIE CHEN HONGJIE KEANE 25768Z

EL7 Classroom 5-8
KHOO XIN HUI QIU XINHUI 25769H
KOH NA ZHEN XU NAZHEN 25770A
KYAN TAN KHENG FONG CHEN QINGFENG KYAN 25771Z
LEONA ANG YI XUAN HONG YIXUAN LEONA 25772H
LER JUN KAI GREGORY LU JUNKAI GREGORY 25773F
LOH XIAO XI, ADA LUO XIAOXI, ADA 25774D
LOI SHI MIN LU SHIMIN 25775B
LOO JIA LIN LU JIALIN 25776J
LOON JIA WEI LUN JIAWEI 25777I
MARCUS CHAN KAI JET CHEN KAIJIE MARCUS 25778G
MARIANNE LEE YI LIN LI YULING MARIANNE 25779E
MATTHIAS YEO EE LIANG YANG YILIANG MATTHIAS 25780I
NG WEN QI HUANG WENQI 25781G
NG ZI SHENG AUGUSTINE HUANG ZISHENG AUGUSTINE 25782E
PEH QIAN LING BAI QIANLING 25783C
QUAH KIAN YANG KE JIANYANG 25784A
RAINER ONG ZHEN WEI WANG ZHENWEI RAINER 25785Z
SEE JIAN RONG BEN XU JIANRONG BEN 25786H
TAN BING ROU, VALENCIA CHEN BINGROU, VALENCIA 25787F
TAN JIA LE IVAN CHEN JIALE IVAN 25788D
TAN JING SHEN CHEN JUNCHENG 25789B
TANG TE SONG, BRIAN CHEN ZHISONG, BRIAN 25790F
TIA CAI LENG ZHENG CAILING 25791D
TING SHU RUI, JACQUES ZHANG SHURUI, JACQUES 25792B
TNG JIA SHENG TANG JIASHENG 25793J
YONG KEAN SIN YANG JIANXIN 25794I
AHMAD TIRMIZI B SELAMAT   25795G
HENNY MAHERAH BTE HUZAINI   25796E
MAISARAH BTE ABDUL LATIFF   25797C
BHAIRAVI BUDDHAMURTHY   25798A
DEVESH LOGENDRAN   25799Z
RAFI AHAMED AYISHA FARHANA   25800G

Monday, September 12, 2011

To do list

You need to do the following for today.

1. Draft 2 of your latest CW (Please ensure there's significamt improvement from Draft 1)

2.  Get your parent(s) to sign Maths Prelim papers.

3. Check MConline email for Casuarina answers.

4. Check MConline email for Spring Paper 1.

5. Complete S and T 10.

6. The answers for all Maths posts (1m to 5m math problems) are released as comments. Please check. Let me know the questions that we have to discuss in class here.

7. Get parent(s) to acknowledge letter on PSLE Matters. Return the form tomorrow.

Synthesis and Transformation 10

S and T 10!

Be the first to respond. Be the first to do all right!

Check your answers here.
39 submissions as at 13 September 0958.
First to respond - Qian Ling
First to score full marks - Ming Quan

Friday, September 9, 2011

SW reflection

Did you do well for today's SW?

Tell me how you can make further improvements here.



29 submissions as at 12 September 2011. View the reflections here.

Children's Day Present

Children's Day Present Survey.

When do I have 46 pupils in my class??? Presenting to you your wishlist!

Spelling and Grammar Editing 4

Do this test. Be the first to respond with all the correct answers.

35 submissions as at 12 September 2011, 0910h.
Qian Ling was the first to respond.
Bhairavi was the first to attain a perfect score! Good job!

CW - 9 September 2011

There are two questions in part 2.
Answer only one of them.

Q2. Write a story based on the picture below.
For your story, make use of the points below. You may reorder the points.
- what the man, with tattoos, was trying to do
- what the elderly man did
- what happened in the end

Q3. One afternoon, you and your classmates were at a public library. While looking for a book, you heard the announcement for everyone to leave the library.

Article - What teachers want to tell parents

I hope this is not what my girls' teachers want to tell me. This article sets me thinking and I agree with the writer that parents and teachers should forge a strong partnership because our lives basically circle around the same of people - you.

And again, this article concerns you. Let me hear from you.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Do you agree with this parent?

Hey all, this letter written by a parent to the Straits Times forum concerns you!

Do you agree with him?

Are you able to solve the Maths problem he mentioned in the letter?

I am interested to hear from you.

EL Prelim Booklet A answers


Answer Key for EL Prelim Booklet A

1       (3)
6       (3)
11       (3)
16       (4)
21        (2)
26       (3)
2       (2)
7       (3)
12       (4)
17       (2)
22        (1)
27       (2)
3       (3)
8       (4)
13       (1)
18       (3)
23        (4)
28       (2)
4       (4)
9       (4)
14       (3)
19       (4)
24        (4)
29       (2)
5       (4)
10     (3)
15       (4)
20       (3)
25        (3)
30       (1)

5m Maths Questions

1.         A rectangular tank with a base area of 500 cm2 and a height of 12 cm contains some water. When some identical cubes are put into it, it becomes 5/6  filled. Each identical cube has sides of 5 cm. He then removes all the cubes and the tank is 2/3 filled with water only.


(a)               What is the volume of water in the tank? (1m)

(b)               How many cubes has he put into the tank at first? (4m)

2.         Jason, Edward and Sam had a total of $837. Jason had the least amount of money. The ratio of Edward’s money to Sam’s money was 4 : 3 at first. Jason and Edward each spent 1/3 of their money. Given that the three boys had $648 left, how much did Jason have at first?

3.         In a village, 2/7 of the men and 80% of the women keep long hair.  The number of people with short hair is 5600 and 12.5% of the people with short hair are women.
            (a)  How many people in the village keep long hair?  (4m)
            (b)  What percentage of the people in the village keep long hair? 
      (Give your answer correct to 1 decimal place.) (1m)

4.         At , Hassan left Town X for Town Y driving at a speed of 70 km/h throughout his journey.  At , Wong left Town X and drove at a constant speed along the same route as Hassan.  Wong took 6 hours to catch up with Hassan.  Wong reached Town Y at
(a)  What was Wong’s driving speed? (3m)
(b)  Find the distance between Town X and Town Y. (1m)
(c)  At what time did Hassan reach Town Y? (1m)

4m Maths Questions

1.         The price of one egg tart is $0.90 from Delicious Bakery. For every 3 egg tarts a customer buys, he can buy the fourth one at half the price.
What is the greatest number of egg tarts that a customer can buy with $72?

2.         In a hall, there are 16 rows of 19 chairs each. Mr Wong wishes to rearrange these chairs into a square with the same number of chairs on each side. There are no chairs inside the square. How many chairs will there be on each side of the square?

3.         The distance between Town A and Town B was 520 km. At , a van left Town A for Town B travelling at a constant speed. At the same time, a car travelling at a constant speed set off from Town B towards Town A. The two vehicles met each other at The car was travelling at 20 km/h faster than the van.  What was the speed of the car?

4.         A vase and a bottle had a total of 810 mℓ of water.  Susan tripled the amount of water in the vase and added 30 mℓ of water into the bottle.  The ratio of the amount of water in the vase and bottle is now  9 : 4.  How much more water was there in the bottle than in the vase at first?

3m maths Questions

1.         Tim and Jonathan can paint a room in 2 h together. If Tim is painting the room alone, he can only complete the task in 6 h. How long will Jonathan take to paint a room all by himself?

2.         Lu Lu Garments imported T-shirts from overseas and sorted them into 3 different colours. 3/7 of the T-shirts were red and 2/5 of the T-shirts were green. The rest of the T-shirts were yellow. There were 912 more green T-shirts than yellow T-shirts. How many green T-shirts were imported?

3.         Mr Lee bought some T-shirts for $425. If he was given a discount of 15%, he would be able to buy 5 more identical T-shirts for the same amount of money. What was the original price of each T-shirt?

4.                  The price of one tuna bun from Sunshine Bakery is 70 cents.  When a customer buys 5 tuna buns, he can buy one more at 30 cents.  What is the greatest number of tuna buns that a customer can buy with $28?        

2m Maths Questions (Calculators allowed)

1. Fatimah bought a book and 5 identical pens for  $7r.  The book cost $5 more than a pen. 
(a) Express the price of a pen in terms of r.
(b) If  r = 2, find the cost of 2 such pens.

2. 63% of the students in a school were boys.  When 23 more girls joined the school, the number of girls became 356.  How many students were there at first?

3. The ratio of the length of a rectangle to its breadth is  4 : 1.  If the area of the rectangle is 196 cm2, what is its length?

4. The area of a rectangle is 162 m2. The breadth of the rectangle is more than 6 m. The length is twice of the breadth. Both the length and the breadth are whole numbers. What is the length of the rectangle?

5. Mr Han bought 34 belts. He sold half of them at $23 each and the rest at $21.50 each. What was the average price of the 34 belts?



1m and 2m Maths questions (Calculators not allowed)

Questions 1 to 10 carry 1 mark each.
Questions 11 to 15 carry 2 mark each.

1. What is the value of the digit ‘2’ in 19.826?

2. A packet containing less than 80 pens can be shared equally among 4 boys or 8 girls. What is the maximum number of pens the packet could contain?

3. The mass of a parcel was recorded as 3.4 kg, rounded off to 1 decimal place. If it weighed less than 3.4 kg and has 2 decimal places, write down a possible mass of the parcel.

4. Find the sum of all the factors of 26.

5. A movie marathon started at and ended at the next day. How long was the movie marathon in hours and minutes?

6. Irfan has thrice as much money as Don. If Irfan gives Don $45, he will have the same amount of money as Don. How much money does Irfan have?
 

7. A cuboid measuring 12 cm by 9 cm by 2 cm has the same volume as a cube. Find the length of the cube.

8. The average of 4 numbers is 15. If the average of 3 of them is 18,
what is the fourth number?

9. The sum of the page numbers of two facing pages in a magazine is 73.  What are these two page numbers?                           

10. What is the smallest number that can be divided by both 5 and 17 without any remainder?         

11. Kaiwei has 7 litres of paint to paint 10 doors. 3/4   of paint is needed to paint a door completely.  What fraction of a door will not be painted?

12. 4 similar cups and 3 similar teapots cost $71 altogether. Each cup cost $5 less than each teapot. What was the cost of each teapot?

13. At first Alvin had twice as many trading cards as Steven. After Alvin had given away 285 of his trading cards, Steven had twice as many trading cards as Alvin. How many trading cards did they have altogether at first?

14. Paula baked 18 more fruit cakes than chocolate cakes. After giving away 35 cakes of each type, the number of chocolate cakes became 75% of the number of fruit cakes. How many chocolate cakes had she left?  

15. Mrs Young drove at 60 km/h for 45 minutes.  She rested for 15 minutes and continued  the rest of the journey for another hour at 80 km/h.  What was her average speed for the whole journey?

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Monday, September 5, 2011

Solution to 5m question 1

1. John had $700 in his bank. With this money, he donated $4 a day to charity. His sister, Mary, too donated 1/5 of her $5 daily allowance to the charity and she saved the rest. If both of them started the donation drive on the same day, how long would it be before John had 2/3 as much money as the amount Mary saved?

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Spelling and Grammar Editing 3

Dear all

Complete this test by tomorrow (6 September 2011).

Yours
Mdm Toh

Check your answers.
As at 7 September 0721, 33 submissions.
First to respond was Devesh. All his answers are correct. For question 10, 'shouting' and 'shout' (v1 o v2 structure) are accepted.

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Writing folders

Dear all I will be collecting your writing folders this Wednesday. Please make sure that you have all your sws and cws (drafts 1 and 2) filed in neatly. Do help to spread the word around. Thanks. Yours Mdm Toh

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Synthesis and Transformation 9

Let's see who will be the first to get full marks in this S and T!

I received 26 submissions. For those who have not responded, please do so.

Devesh has got all the right answers.

Welcome Kai Sheng to learn with us!

Check answers here.

Presidential Polling Results

The 7th president of Singapore is Dr Tony Tan. He defeated Dr Tan Cheng Bock marginally by a sheer 0.38%. Read all about PE here.

Our Class Polling Results:
Dr Tony Tan  50%, Dr Tan Cheng Bock 20%, Mr Tan Jee Say 15%, Mr Tan Kin Lian 15%

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Spelling and Grammar Editing 2

Complete this test. For Spelling and Grammar Editing 1, Ming Quan was the first to score full marks. Well done, Ming Quan.

27 submissions as at 1 September 0635. First to submit is Jin Kang. First to score full marks is Xin Hui.

If you have not responded, please do so.

Check answers here.

Monday, August 29, 2011

5m qns

1. John had $700 in his bank. With this money, he donated $4 a day to charity. His sister, Mary, too donated 1/5 of her $5 daily allowance to the charity and she saved the rest. If both of them started the donation drive on the same day, how long would it be before John had 2/3 as much money as the amount Mary saved?


2. Mrs Lim’s son helped her to type the page numbers of her new story book. He noticed that different pages required different numbers of digits. He counted that there were a total of 675 digits. How many pages were there in the story book?


3.  Citrine bought twice as many pencils as notebooks and spent a total of $53.60. She spent $2.40 more on the notebooks than the pencils. Given that a notebook costs $1.90 more than a pencil, find the cost of a pencil.


4. Candle A and candle B are of the same length. Candle A , which is broader, can burn for 5 h while Candle B, the thinner candle , can burn for 4 h. If both candles are lighted at the same time, how long does it take for Candle A to be twice as long left as Candle B?