
By: jeysri72 (offline) Thursday, February 24 2011 @ 07:34 AM CST (Read 2973 times)



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Does any one have solution for the Question 15 of Nan Hua  P6  CA1  2009? There were some $2, $5 and $100 notes in Jane's wallet. The value of the $2, $5 and $100 was in the ration 4:5:3. After spending 50% of her $100 notes, 100 of her $2 notes and 4/5 of her $5 notes, Jane had $450 left. Find the total amount of money Jane had in her wallet at first.

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By: adzaki99 (offline) Tuesday, March 15 2011 @ 09:38 PM CDT



adzaki99 
ok..I also have a P6 son this year and I'm trying to solve this too, hope you can understand.
Notes = $2 $5 $100
Ratio = 4 : 5 : 3
Currencies per ratio = 400 : 500 : 300
( $400 + $500 + $300 ) = $1200 at first in her wallet.
Lets check :
Jane has 3 notes of $100 = $300
100 notes of $5 = $500
200 notes of $2 = $400
After she spent 50% of $100 notes ie : $300$150 = $150
4/5 of $5 notes ie : $500 $400 = $100
100 of $2 notes ie : $400$200 = $200
She left $450.
Therefore, Jane had $1200 at first in her wallet.

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By: Joelle (offline) Tuesday, April 26 2011 @ 03:15 AM CDT



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adzaki99>
i just want to know how do you divide the 50% of $100 notes.
You noted that there is only 3 notes of $100 = 3 pieces right?
if Jane uses 50% but you can't split the 1 piece $100 bill into 2, isnit?

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By: adzaki99 (offline) Tuesday, July 05 2011 @ 10:09 PM CDT



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joelle >
{ i just want to know how do you divide the 50% of $100 notes.
You noted that there is only 3 notes of $100 = 3 pieces right?
if Jane uses 50% but you can't split the 1 piece $100 bill into 2, isnit? }
dear, yes you can split the $100 bill....just split it to 5050..., am I missing something here?

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By: w13158 (offline) Tuesday, August 02 2011 @ 04:55 AM CDT



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