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**Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ495**

In the Esplanade Concert hall, 3/5 of the people are adults and 1/4 of the adults are men. If there are 128 children, how many women are there at the Esplanade concert hall?

Solution:

Draw the model per 3/5 fraction of the people are adults

From the model,

2 units = 128

1 unit = 64

The number of adults in the Esplanade concert hall = 3 × 64 = 192

Since ¼ of the adults are men

From the model

4 units = 192

1 unit = 48

The number of women in the Esplanade concert hall = 3 × 48 = 144

Alternative Solution (1):

Per the model

8 units = 128

1 unit = 16

The number of women in the Esplanade concert hall = 9 × 16 = 144

Alternative Solution (2) :

Using ratio,

3/5 fraction of the people are adults, the rest are children

The ratio of Adults to Children

Adults : Children = 3 : 2 = 12 : 8

¼ of the adults are men, the rest are women

The ratio of Women to men

Women : Men : Adults = 3 : 1 : 4 = 9 : 3 : 12

Hence,

Women : Men : Children = 9 : 3 : 8

The number of children = 128

8 units = 128

1 unit = 16

The number of women in the Esplanade concert hall = 9 × 16 = 144