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By: kyChang (offline)  Monday, October 11 2010 @ 03:18 AM CDT (Read 2256 times)  
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Anyone can help to show working? Thanks

Dave had 59 toy cars & toy soldiers. After giving away 1/3 of his toy cars and 4 of his toy soldiers, he had an equal number of toy cars and toy soldiers. How many toy soldiers did he have at first?

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By: erne (offline)  Wednesday, October 13 2010 @ 02:48 AM CDT  
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59-4=55
1U=55/5=11
toy soldiers=2U+4=2x11+4=26
Sorry, don't know how to post the model.

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By: kyChang (offline)  Wednesday, October 13 2010 @ 04:38 AM CDT  
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Quote by: erne

59-4=55
1U=55/5=11
toy soldiers=2U+4=2x11+4=26
Sorry, don't know how to post the model.




Thank you Erne. However, i dun understand where the 5 came from to divide by 55

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By: fanny6573 (offline)  Thursday, October 14 2010 @ 03:17 AM CDT  
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Pls find the model drawing for your reference.

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By: kyChang (offline)  Thursday, October 14 2010 @ 04:52 AM CDT  
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Laughing Out Loud ... Million Thanks Fanny. Picture tell a thousand words

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