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**Lower primary school mathematics question LPQ76**

Hairu has 12 more stickers than Fatimah. Sarin has twice as many stickers than Hairu. If they have in total 136 stickers, how many stickers do Fatimah has?

Solution:

Draw the Math Model base on Hairu

Sarin’s stickers are two times of Hairu’s stickers

Fatimah’s stickers are 12 less than Hairu

If Hairu’s stickers is 1 unit

Fatimah stickers will be (1 unit – 12)

The Math Model

Per the Math Model

4 units = 136 + 12 = 148

1 unit = 37

The number of stickers that Fatimah has = 37 – 12 = 25

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