S.E.A. Mathematics: Worksheet #5
This worksheet contains 20 questions common to Sections 2 & 3 of the 2019+ SEA Examination. Your answers are graded immediately when you click submit at the end of the worksheet. A solution video will be available for you to view whether your answers were correct or incorrect.

For units of area or volume please use the ^ symbol, eg. cm^2 and cm^3

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Question 1. Zoey bought a doll that cost \$7.90 and a story book that cost \$5 more than the doll. How much money did Zoey spend altogether? *
2 points
Question 2. Chester had exactly enough money to buy 20 identical colouring books. He bought 12 such colouring books and had \$24 left. How much money did he have at first? *
2 points
Question 3. The table below shows the number of home-schooled children taking part in different activities during a Science Camp. Each child only took part in one activity. 2/5 of all the children took part in one of the activities. Which activity was this? *
3 points
Question 4. Victoria and Kat saved a total of \$450 altogether. Victoria saved \$26 less than Kat. How much money did Kat save? *
3 points
Question 5. At a zoo, 4/11 of the visitors were female and the rest were male. If there were 188 female visitors, how many male visitors were there? *
2 points
Question 6. The table shows the number of children in each family living on Boodoo Street. What is the total number of children living on Boodoo Street? *
2 points
Question 7. The figure below is made up of 5 identical rectangles. What is the area of the shaded part? *
2 points
Question 8. Elsa is facing the computer lab now. If she makes a ¾ turn in the clockwise direction, where will she be facing? *
2 points
Question 9. Which of the four options below is the completed symmetrical figure of the shape below: *
2 points
Question 10. Jayden needs to fence his garden as shown in the figure below. The cost of fencing is \$6 per metre. How much does Jayden need to pay to fence his garden. *
2 points
Question 11. The bar graph below shows the number of strawberries picked by 5 children. How many more strawberries must Jax pick so that he would have as many strawberries as what Katrina and Lenny picked altogether? *
2 points
Question 12. Luke has some marbles. If he shares the marbles among 3 friends, he will have 2 marbles left. If he shares the marbles among 5 friends, he will need three more marbles. What is the smallest possible number of marbles he has? *
4 points
Question 13. Leia left school to go to the library at 12:45 pm. She walked for 9 minutes to the bus stop and waited for 12 minutes for the bus to arrive. Her her bus journey to the library was 25 minutes. What time did she reach the library? *
4 points
Question 14. Keith has 432 beads and Jared had 108 beads. How many beads must Keith give Jared so that both of them has an equal number of beads? *
3 points
Question 15. Mrs. Chin bought some pens from a bookshop during a sale. She received a total of 12 free pens. How much did Mrs. Chin pay for her purchase? *
2 points
Question 16. Hailey tied balloons along a piece of string 130.5 cm long. Part of the balloons were as shown below. The distance between 2 balloons is 9 cm. Find the most number of balloons that could be tied on the string. *
2 points
Question 17. Bella bought 7 packets of cookies. Each packet had an equal number of cookies. She gave 8 cookies to each of her 36 classmates and had 27 cookies left. How many cookies were there in each packet that Bella bought? *
3 points
Question 18. Anna and Elsa shared a total of 406 stickers. Anna took 2/7 of the stickers and Elsa took the rest. After Anna bought some more stickers, she had the same number of stickers as Elsa. How many stickers did Anna buy? *
2 points
Question 19. The following figure is not drawn to scale. It is made up of a rectangle and 2 squares, A and B. Square A has an area of 49 cm^2 and Square B has an area of 36cm^2. Find the perimeter of the shaded part. *
4 points
Question 20. Which of the following does not have a line of symmetry? *
2 points
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