Sarin’s family attend concert at the Esplanade Part 25 (Math Question)

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The story on Sarin’s family attend concert at the Esplanade you can read postings on Sarin’s family attend concert at the Esplanade in Welcome category and Sarin’s family attend concert at the Esplanade Part 2 (Math Question).

You should click and read the posting on Sarin learns the concept of Fraction (mathematics concept) to understand Portion or Fraction.

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ475

In the Esplanade library, 3/5 of the books are English books. 620 of the English books have been loaned out. 2/7 of the remaining English books are fiction books while the other 350 English books are non-fiction books. How many books are there in the Esplanade library?

 Solution:

            The flow model

UPQ475-1

            Start from the remaining

            5/7 fraction of the remaining is non-fiction books and is 350 books

UPQ475-2            Per the above remaining math model

            5 units = 350

            1 unit = 70

            The number of books remaining = 7 × 70 = 490

            The total number of English books = 490 + 620 = 1110

            3/5 fraction of the total number of books is English books

UPQ475-3            Per the math model for total number of books 

            3 units = 1110

            1 unit = 370

            Total number of books in the Esplanade library = 5 × 370 = 1850

 

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