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**Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ349**

At first Sarin had twice as many stickers as Hairu. After Sarin had given away 285 of his stickers, Hairu had twice as many stickers as Sarin. How many stickers did they have altogether at first?

Solution:

Sarin’s stickers is two times more than Hairu’s stickers at first

After Sarin given away 285 stickers,

Hairu’s stickers is two times more than Sarin’s stickers

Draw the math model

Per the model,

Total number of stickers equal to 6 units

The number of stickers given away is equal to 3 units of total stickers

3 units = 285

1 unit = 95

The number of stickers they had at first = 6 × 95 = 570

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