# Sarin and his coin bank part 52 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ539

Sarin, Hairu and Fatimah have saved different amounts of money in their coin banks.

The amount of money Hairu has saved is the total of Sarin and Fatimah’s amount.

The amount of money Fatimah has saved is the total of Sarin’s amount and half of Hairu’s amount.

Sarin has saved \$14.

(a)        How much does Hairu have saved?

(b)        How much do these three children have saved altogether?

# Sarin and his coin bank part 51 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ534

Sarin and Hairu have some amount of money in their coin banks. Sarin wanted to give some coins amount to \$5 to Hairu so that they would both have the same amount of money. However, Hairu gave some coins amount to \$5 to Sarin and Sarin ended up with 6 times as much money as Hairu. How much did Sarin have at first?

# Sarin, Hairu and Fatimah make greeting cards for Mother’s Day part 19 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ531

Sarin using two pieces of identical right-angled triangle shape papers to make a special greeting card for his mother. He overlapping the two pieces of papers as the figure below, not drawn to scale, shown. Find the area of the blue region ABCD, where AD = 3 cm. # Sarin and his coin bank part 50 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ510

Sarin and Fatimah have a sum of money each in their coin bank. When Sarin gives \$126 to Fatimah, he has 3 times as much money as Fatimah. When Sarin gives another \$46 to Fatimah, he has \$266 more than Fatimah. How much money does Fatimah have at first?

# Sarin and his coin bank part 49 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ509

Sarin has 18 coins in his coin bank. He has 6 more coins than Hairu and 12 fewer coins than Fatimah. Find the ratio of the number of Sarin’s coins to the number of Hairu’s coins to the number of Fatimah’s coins.

# Sarin and his coin bank part 48 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ493

Sarin has 36 coins in the coin bank. 5/12 of them are twenty-cent coin and the rest are fifty-cent coins. How much money does Sarin have in the coin bank?

# Sarin and his coin bank part 47 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ484

At first, 25% of Sarin’s money in his coin bank was the same as 1/3 of Hairu’s money in his coin bank. Father gave Hairu another \$80 while Sarin spent \$150 on some books. In the end, Hairu had 2 ½ times as much money in his coin bank as Sarin had in his coin bank.

(a)        How much money did Sarin have in his coin bank at first?

(b)        How much money did Hairu have in his coin bank in the end?

# 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?

# Sarin and his coin bank part 45 (Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ450

Hairu and Sarin shared \$425 in the coin bank. After Hairu spent 2/3 of his money and Sarin spent ¼ of his money, Sarin’s money was twice as much as Hairu’s money. Find the amount of money Sarin had in the end.

# Sarin, Hairu and Fatimah make greeting cards for Mother’s Day part 18 (Math Question)

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You can read the story of Sarin and the siblings making greeting cards for their mother by reading the posting on Sarin, Hairu and Fatimah make greeting cards for Mother’s Day in Welcome page.

You can read the posting on Sarin learns Perimeter, Area and Volume in school(Math Concept) to learn the concept of perimeter, area and volume.

You can read also the posting on Sarin learns concept of ratio in school to understand the concept of Ratio.

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ353

Hairu likes to have his greeting card looks as the figure shown. ABCD below is a rectangle. BD is a straight line. What is the ratio of area X to area Y? 