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 By: csp (offline)  Wednesday, August 15 2012 @ 03:00 AM CDT (Read 708 times)
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Mr Chua has a class of less than 40 pupils.He gave all the pupils in his class some jelly beans.If he gave 5 jelly beans to each pupil,he would have 2 jellybeans left.If he gave 4 jellybeans to each pupil,he would have 38 jellybeans left.
a) how many pupils were there in his class?
b) how many jellybeans did Mr Chua have?

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 By: jpodell88 (offline)  Wednesday, August 15 2012 @ 05:38 AM CDT
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a) how many pupils were there in his class?

Ans: 38-2= 36 pupils

b) how many jellybeans did Mr Chua have?

Ans: (36x5)+2= 182 jellybeans

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