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lower primary school mathematics question LPQ53
Sarin’s mother prepared some food for Ramadan. She had some chicken nuggets and 6 sticks. She skewered 3 chicken nuggets with a stick. She had 2 chicken nuggets left.
a) How many chicken nuggets would be?
b) If she skewered 4 chicken nuggets with a stick, how many sticks would she need?
3 chicken nuggets with a stick
3 × 6 = 18 chicken nuggets with 6 sticks
2 chicken nuggets left,
Total number of chicken nuggets = 18 + 2 = 20
To skew 4 chicken nuggets with a stick.
The number of sticks needed = 20 ÷ 4 = 5