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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ557
Ramadan is the period of giving back and caring of the elderly. Sarin’s mother baked a total of 130 vanilla and chocolate cookies for giving back during the dinner gathering in the mosque. ½ of the vanilla cookies were 10 less than 1/3 of the chocolate cookies. How many chocolate cookies did Sarin’s mother baked?
From the model,
5 units = 130 – 30
5 units = 100
1 unit = 20
The number of chocolate cookies Sarin’s mother baked = 3× 20 + 3 × 10 = 90
A third of chocolate cookies is half of vanilla cookies plus 10,
1/3 Chocolate cookies ==> 1/2 vanilla cookies + 10
Chocolate cookies ==> 3/2 vanilla cookies + 30
Total number of cookies ==> 5/2 vanilla cookies + 30
130 ==> 5/2 vanilla cookies + 30
100 ==> 5/2 vanilla cookies
1/2 vanilla cookies ==> 100 ÷ 5 = 20
Chocolate cookies ==> 3 × 20+ 30 = 90