FREE Video Lesson Worth $20! Access 10000 Questions From P1 to P6! Access 300 Hours of Video Explanations! Video Tutorials to Tough PSLE Questions!

Or use your Email address

### Primary 5 Problem Sums/Word Problems - Try FREE

- Ratio: Clue - Think in units! > Ratio Exercise 11 > 3
- Attempting as Guest
- Attempt Mode: Attempt Single Question

**Score :**

(Single Attempt)

**Question
**

The number of pear trees to the number of apples trees in an orchard is 11 : 14.

The number of pear trees is 336 less than the number of apple trees.

The number of trees bearing red apples to the number of trees bearing green apples is in the ratio 7 : 9.

The number of trees bearing green pears to the number of trees bearing red pears is the the ratio 15 : 13.

How many less green pear trees as compared to red apple trees are there in the orchard?

The correct answer is :

**26**