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**Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ398**

Sarin’s father had $2000. He spent 10% of his money on clothings and 20% of it on a washing machine. How much money had he left?

Solution:

Per the model

10units = 2000

1 unit = $200

The amount of money that Sarin’s father left = 7 × 200 = $1400

Alternative solution:

The percentage of money left = 100% – 10% – 20% = 70%

100% ==> $ 2000

10% ==> $ 200

70% ==> 7 × 200 = $1400

The amount of money that Sarin’s father left = $1400

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