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You can read posting **Sarin and his coin bank** on the story of coin bank.

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**Lower primary school mathematics question LPQ73**

Sarin, Hairu and Fatimah saved 390 dollars. Sarin saved twice as much money as Hairu. Hairu saved three times as much money as Fatimah. How much money did Sarin save?

Solution:

Draw the math model used Fatimah as base

Three times of Fatimah’s saving is equal to Hairu’s saving

Two times of Hairu’s saving is equal to Sarin’s saving

The Math Model

Per the model

Total saved = 10 units = 390

1 unit = 390 ÷ 10 = 39

The amount of saving Sarin had = $39 × 6 = $234

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