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Read the posting on __Sarin learns Average Number, Percentage, Tables and Charts (Math Concept)__ to learn about Percentage.

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**Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ569**

Sarin decided to make a colourful greeting for his mother. He used two identical rectangles and some colourful shape of papers to make the card as the figure shown. The two identical rectangles are filled with 6 parts A, B, C, D, E and F of colour papers. If the area of B is 5% of the whole figure, what percentage of the whole figure is the total area of C and F?

Solution:

The card was formed by two identical rectangles,

One rectangle taken up 50%

Since part E and part F are equal in size

Therefore,

Area of part F is 25% of the total of the area of the figure.

A, B, C and D form the left rectangle (Total: 50%)

Part B and part C are equal in size to Part A and part D as the total base and height is equal.

Part B and part C is 25% of the total figure in size or area

If part B is 5%,

Part C = 25% – 5% = 20%

The percentage of Part C and Part F = 20% + 25% = __45%__

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