KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2018 Question 47]Pendo, Zawadi and Huruma shared a piece of land. Pendo got 0.45 of the land, Zawadi got 0.30 while Huruma got the rest. How large was Pendo's share if Huruma got 2 hectares?
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KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2015 Question 39]Six men can complete digging a shamba in 8 days. How many days will it take four men, working at the same rate, to complete digging the shamba?
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KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2015 Question 37]In a certain country, the population of goats is 51907. The number of female goats is 453 more than that of male goats. The number of male goats is 18549 and the rest are kids. What is the number of kids?
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KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2018 Question 24]Eighteen pupils were given a playground to clear in 1 h 40 min. If six of the pupils did not turn up, how much longer did it take the rest of the pupils to clear the playground?
KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2015 Question 31]A mother shared part of her money to three children Senda, Mua and Kilo. Mua received 1/3 while Kilo received 1/5 of the money. Senda received 1/2 of the remainder. What fraction of the money was shared out?
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KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2015 Question 28]The table below shows the number of patients who attended a clinic on certain days of the week. The number of male patients on Friday and that of children on Wednesday are not recorded.
A total of 623 patients attended the clinic that week. The number of patients who attended the clinic on Wednesday was 226. How many more children than male patients attended the clinic that week?
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KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2015 Question 18]Pupils contributed some money to help needy people. They bought twenty four 2kg packets of flour, thirty six 1kg packets of flour and a fifty kilogram bag of sugar.

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