PSLE Maths 2012

PSLE Maths 2012

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PSLE Maths 2012

Postby James Ang » Fri Sep 28, 2012 8:53 am

Will it be easy or difficult? Verdict will be out in 3 hours' time.
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Re: PSLE Maths 2012

Postby James Ang » Fri Sep 28, 2012 9:26 am

Paper 1 (40 marks, no calculator) would have been completed by now. Is it easy?
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Re: PSLE Maths 2012

Postby kiasuursula » Fri Sep 28, 2012 9:34 am

James Ang wrote:Paper 1 (40 marks, no calculator) would have been completed by now. Is it easy?


DD just called. She said is quite easy this year. If easy, that means mean mark will go up. It w b hard to score high point.
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Re: PSLE Maths 2012

Postby James Ang » Fri Sep 28, 2012 11:00 am

That's great. 1 more hour to go.
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Re: PSLE Maths 2012

Postby kuts » Fri Sep 28, 2012 11:45 am

James Ang wrote:That's great. 1 more hour to go.


Paper 1 was easy, except one tricky qn no 29.
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Re: PSLE Maths 2012

Postby loktgc » Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:37 pm

Paper 2 was quite challenging
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Re: PSLE Maths 2012

Postby wargame123 » Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:48 pm

question 29 answer is 28. right
from what my son says the method is as follows
110 minus 1 as the last man is an extra out of the group
then use 109 divided by 4 which gives u 27 r1 as in a group there can be 3 women and 1 men
the remainder of 1 means that in one of the group they have 4 women
then add 1 to 27 as there is still a man at the back
and my son also said that those ppl who put 44 has double counted the man
making it: m w w w m m w w w m m
thus it will have no women in betwwen some of the men
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Re: PSLE Maths 2012

Postby Clairifina » Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:54 pm

How on earth do you do the last question for paper 2?
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Postby sharmila » Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:54 pm

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Re: PSLE Maths 2012

Postby 24hr_mum » Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:58 pm

wargame123 wrote:question 29 answer is 28. right
from what my son says the method is as follows
110 minus 1 as the last man is an extra out of the group
then use 109 divided by 4 which gives u 27 r1 as in a group there can be 3 women and 1 men
the remainder of 1 means that in one of the group they have 4 women
then add 1 to 27 as there is still a man at the back
and my son also said that those ppl who put 44 has double counted the man
making it: m w w w m m w w w m m
thus it will have no women in betwwen some of the men

My dd ans also 28 :sweat:
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