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Johny123  
Sally baked some cookies to sell. 3/4 of them were chocolate cookies and the remaining were almond cookies. After she sold 5/6 of chocolate cookies and 210 almond cookies, she had 1/5 of the cookies left. How many cookies did she sell? 
Newbie
Registered: 09/25/10 




kellywww  
Is this a P4 math question? 
Junior
Registered: 12/31/06 




tanhuimin  
This is a bit challenging for P4, should be able to solve via Model drawing 
Junior
Registered: 12/31/06 




acelow  
c = 3a (3 times of almond) 
Newbie
Registered: 05/02/09 




suz855  
Before 
Junior
Registered: 12/31/06 




erne  
the question is :How many cookies did she sell? 
Newbie
Registered: 09/05/10 




kellywww  
if i am not wrong, it's a P6 math question. 
Junior
Registered: 12/31/06 




sethchew  
Quote by: Johny123 Sally baked some cookies to sell. 3/4 of them were chocolate cookies and the remaining were almond cookies. After she sold 5/6 of chocolate cookies and 210 almond cookies, she had 1/5 of the cookies left. How many cookies did she sell?

Junior
Registered: 10/22/10 




sethchew  
Quote by: acelow c = 3a (3 times of almond)

Junior
Registered: 10/22/10 




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