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Q&A - P5 Math

Postby mytelcom » Sat May 02, 2015 10:39 pm

Hi,
Any person could help me with this maths problem?

Q. Mrs.Kam was 28years old when her daughter was born. The ratio of her daughter`s age to Mrs.Kam age is now is 1:5

(a) what is Mrs.Kam age now?
(b) What will be the ratio of her daughter's age to Mrs. Kam's age in 5 years' time?

Thank you .
my

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Re: Q&A - P5 Math

Postby ammonite » Sun May 03, 2015 12:05 am

mytelcom wrote:Hi,
Any person could help me with this maths problem?

Q. Mrs.Kam was 28years old when her daughter was born. The ratio of her daughter`s age to Mrs.Kam age is now is 1:5

(a) what is Mrs.Kam age now?
(b) What will be the ratio of her daughter's age to Mrs. Kam's age in 5 years' time?

Thank you .
my


Finally learning my P5 ratios :nailbite: I think it should be:
a) 35
b) 3:10

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Re: Q&A - P5 Math

Postby mytelcom » Sun May 03, 2015 7:15 am

Thank you so much ammonite !

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Re: Q&A - P5 Math

Postby doraemo » Mon May 04, 2015 1:57 pm

Hi,

Please help:
Caleb has some $2 notes and Dylan has some $5 notes. The ratio of the number of notes Caleb had to the number of notes Dylan had was 5 : 7 . If Dylan gave Caleb 24 notes, the ratio of the number of notes Caleb has to the number of notes Dylan has would become 3 : 1.

1. How many $2 notes did Caleb have at first?

2. Find the total value of Caleb and Dylan’s notes.

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Re: Q&A - P5 Math

Postby guest2013 » Tue May 05, 2015 8:08 am

doraemo wrote:Hi,

Please help:
Caleb has some $2 notes and Dylan has some $5 notes. The ratio of the number of notes Caleb had to the number of notes Dylan had was 5 : 7 . If Dylan gave Caleb 24 notes, the ratio of the number of notes Caleb has to the number of notes Dylan has would become 3 : 1.

1. How many $2 notes did Caleb have at first?

2. Find the total value of Caleb and Dylan’s notes.


Suggested answer:

At first:
Ratio of C : D : Total
=> 5 : 7 : 12After Dylan gave Caleb 24 notes:
Ratio of C : D : Total
=> 3 : 1 : 4 (x3)
=> 9 : 3 : 12

9 units - 5 units = 24 notes
4 units = 24 notes
1 unit = 6 notes

5 units x 6 notes = 30 notes
7 units x 6 notes = 42 notes

30 x $2 = $60
42 x $5 = $210
$60 + $210 = $270


1) At first, C has 30 $2 notes.
2) Total value of Caleb and Dylan’s notes is $270

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Re: Q&A - P5 Math

Postby doraemo » Tue Jun 02, 2015 4:44 pm

Thank you, guest2013!!!

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Re: Q&A - P5 Math

Postby Archana A » Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:43 pm

Please help

David took out all his coins in his piggy bank. They were made up of only fifty cents and twenty cents coin. There are 12 fifty cents coins more than twenty cents coin. The total value of fifty cents coin is 21$ more than the total value of twenty cents coin . Find the number of fifty cents coin

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Re: Q&A - P5 Math

Postby nicnac » Fri Nov 20, 2015 11:03 pm

Archana A wrote:Please help

David took out all his coins in his piggy bank. They were made up of only fifty cents and twenty cents coin. There are 12 fifty cents coins more than twenty cents coin. The total value of fifty cents coin is 21$ more than the total value of twenty cents coin . Find the number of fifty cents coin



No. Of fifty cent coins = 62
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12 fifty cent coins -->$6

$21 - $6 = $15

50 cents - 20 cent =30cent=0.3
$15 / 0.3 = 50

Total fifty cent coins--> 50 + 12 = 62

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