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Primary 6 : Maths problem

December 06 0 Comments Category: Math Problems

Mr Lee had 36 more guppies than goldfish. He sold 1/4 of the guppies and 1/5 of the goldfish. He found that he had sold 28 more guppies than goldfish. The guppies were sold at $0.55 each and the goldfish at $0.85 each. What was the total amount he received?

Primary 5 – Maths Problems 3

October 19 0 Comments Category: Math Problems

1. A group of children shared 276 paper clips among themselves. 1/2 of them received 5 paper clips each, 1/6 of them received 4 paper clips each and the rest received 2 paper clips each. How many children were there altogether? 2. 1/5 of the number of English books Samy has is equal to 3/8 […]

Primary 5 – Maths Problem 2

October 13 0 Comments Category: Math Problems

1) There are thrice as many blue marker as green marker. 1/4 of the blue marker were given to the boys and 136 of the blue marker were given to the girls. 1/4 of the green marker were given to the girls. Number of green markers left was 3/8 of the total number markers left. […]

Primary 5 – Maths Problem 1

May 09 0 Comments Category: Math Problems

Sandy has some dark and chocolates. If she eats 3 dark chocs, the ratio of the number of dark to white chocs is 5:4. If she eats 3 white chocs, the ratio of the number of dark to white is 7:5. What is the original number of dark chocs? Yes, this is primary 5 maths […]