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You should read the posting on **Sarin learns Average Number, Percentage and Charting in school (Math Concept)** to understand Percentage.

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**Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ458**

Hairu bought 220 stickers. 40% of them were blue stickers and the rest were green stickers. He gave Sarin some blue stickers and the percentage of blue stickers became 20%.

a) How many stickers did Hairu have left?

b) How many blue stickers did he give to Sarin?

Solution:

Hairu bought 220 stickers

100% ==> 220

10% ==> 22

40% ==> 22 × 4 = 88 ==> the number of blue stickers

60% ==> 22 × 6 = 132 ==> the number of green stickers

Some blue stickers given to Sarin and became only 20% left

80% ==> 132 ==> the number of green stickers

10% ==> 16.5

100% ==>165 ==> the total number of stickers left

20% ==> 16.5 × 2 = 33

The number of blue stickers given to Sarin = 88 – 33 = 55

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