Mich Kan
Asked 7 years ago

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Thanks for adding me 😊

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Connie Lim
Asked 7 years ago

SG chevron_right Primary 3 chevron_right Number and Algebra

Pls help. Thanks!

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Kai Meng

Let u be the number of small packets. (70-u) x 90 = 70u + 1020

4 years ago
Goh Thsu Chuan

29-1/3

4 years ago
Goh Thsu Chuan

Sorry misunderstood the q, answer shall be 33

4 years ago
Connie Lim

Yes, answer is 33. I have used the guess and check method to get it. Any better method to share?

4 years ago
Kai Meng

Hi Connie Lim, The one line method above not good enough?

4 years ago
Connie Lim

Not quite understand e method. 😔

4 years ago
Kai Meng

u is number of small packets, so 70-u is number of big packets. Multiply each by their respective mass and equate according to the statement about 1020 more for big packets.

4 years ago
Goh Thsu Chuan

Guess n check during primary school.

4 years ago

Mohi Uddin Ahmed
Asked 7 years ago

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Hi everyone, currently I'm a Maths consultant in England and I was hoping someone on this group could help me out. I'm planning to visit Singapore and spend a week or two in a primary and secondary school observing maths lessons for my own professional development. I've contacted a few schools but I've had no responses from them so I thought maybe some of the teachers from this group would be able to assisst me? Would any of your schools allow me to observe and interview teachers and children? Thank you.

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Jeremy Hannay

Mohi. I just did this but on an organised trip. It's a bit of a mess as the answer is usually go through the ministry and then the ministry says contact schools. Give Andy and email and see if he got any contact info for the school's we were at. I have some emails etc, but am in transit (at phuket airport at the moment) and won't be home until the 10th. Let me know if you come up blank and I'll give you the,ail addresses of a couple of the school's we went to. Jeremy

4 years ago
Mohi Uddin Ahmed

Thanks J Samuel Hannay. Ahh that is a mess! I've emailed tons of schools but not a single reply. I'll email Andy but I know how busy he is as he travels a lot! I know I'll see him for the conference on the 24th April so I'll have a word with him then and see what I can sort out. Hope everything is going well for you, have a safe flight back.

4 years ago
Jeremy Hannay

I'll be there too. Best of luck in contacting schools. Otherwise, see you on the 24th. Jeremy

4 years ago
Mohi Uddin Ahmed

Thank you so much Ng Weihan, I will contact them very soon.

4 years ago
Andy Psarianos

Hi Mohi, Let me see if I can help, I will email you.

4 years ago
Mohi Uddin Ahmed

Wow I didn't even know you were in this group Andy Psarianos!!

4 years ago
Mohi Uddin Ahmed

...thank you.

4 years ago

Ruimin He
Asked 7 years ago

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Hi all, if you have an iPhone, do try Maths Mentor, which guides your child with appropriate hints based on your child's progress, and motivates him/her with a fun game. Free trial for a limited time only!

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Ruimin He

4 years ago
Ruimin He

4 years ago
Ruimin He

New topics added!

4 years ago
Ruimin He

4 years ago

Wendy Lim Hei
Asked 7 years ago

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Blessed Thursday! May I know if any one could help with the following P6 SA1 question. Many thanks!

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Mohi Uddin Ahmed

The shaded area on the right is simple case of area of sector and taking away the area of the unshaded triangle.

4 years ago
Carrol Seah

Following

4 years ago
Wendy Lim Hei

4 years ago
Wendy Lim Hei

Thank you Mohi Uddin Ahmed 😄

4 years ago
Mohi Uddin Ahmed

No problem Wendy, in England that's more or less a Year 9 question, which in Singapore would be Secondary 2? It would be impressive if most 6 pupils can do this.

4 years ago