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I think of a number, add 10 to it then multiply by 5, giving an answer of 60. What number was I thinking of?
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Ali and Sally invite equal numbers of friends to a party, however, four of Sally’s friends are not able to go. There were 80 guests at the party. All of Ali’s friends came, how many friends did Ali invite ?
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There are 4 more boys than girls in a class of 32 students. How many boys were in the class?
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Jim’s dog, Patch, eats ¾ of a tin of dog food a day. Jim buys 10 tins of dog food. Is this sufficient so that his dog-sitter has enough food for Patch whilst Jim goes away for 2 weeks?CorrectIncorrect