MATH PROBLEMS 1:
1. Five pencils cost thirty five baht.
How much is one pencil?
2. Six packets each hold eight biscuits.
How many biscuits altogether?
3. Drinks are nine baht each. Find the
cost of seven drinks.
4. A rope is thirteen metres long. What
is the length of a rope six times as long.
5. Eighteen girls share some sweets and
they have three each. How many sweets were there?
6. How many eighty baht tickets can I buy
for five hundred and sixty baht?
7. There are six eggs in a box. How many
boxes are needed for forty eight eggs?
8. There are 12 eggs but three eggs are
broken. How many whole eggs are there?
9. Tawit is given thirty nine baht a day.
How much does he have in a week?
10. I pay forty nine baht for some oranges.
If they cost seven baht each, how many oranges did I have?
MATH PROBLEMS 2:
1. Nid travels eight kilometres a day.
How far does she travel in six days?
2. Fourteen cakes have nine candles each.
How many candles altogether?
3. Share fifty four sweets among six boys.
How many sweets each?
4. Suda walks eight kilometres to school
and back again every day. How many kilometres does she walk in
5. The bus fare is seven baht. How much
is it for six girls?
6. In a football game, nine boys have each
scored seven goals. How many goals altogether?
7. Balloons are four baht each. How many
can you buy for one hundred baht?
8. Seven girls share some sweets. They
have four each and two are left. How many sweets were there at
9. Suwit has seven times as many marbles
as Lek. If Lek has eight marbles, how many has Suwit?
10. Manee has thirty two sweets. She gave
a quarter of them to her friend. How many were left?