# Sarin and his coin bank part 46 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ473

Sarin and Hairu have some coins in their coin banks. If Sarin gives 45 coins to Hairu, both of them will have and equal amount of coins. If Hairu gives 45 coins to Sarin, Sarin will have thrice as many coins as  Hairu. How many coins does Hairu have?

Solution:

Start with Sarin given 45 coins to Hairu and both have equal amount of coins, then Sarin is 3 times of Hairun if Hairu gives 45 coins to Sarin

The amount transfer is constant = 45 coins

Each yellow blocks in the model is 45 coins Per the model

1 unit = 2 × 45 = 90

The number of coins that Hairu has = 90 + 45 = 135