Math- 5th grade
Thanks Tony, but the answer is supposed to be 1/5 on this one. Again, Singapore math makes no sense to me! I will ask the teacher...
Math- 5th grade
Shauna baked bread rolls to sell at a school fair. 2/5 of the rolls were chocolate rolls, 1/3 were raisin rolls, 1/4 of the remainder were strawberry rolls, and the rest were vanilla rolls. What fraction of the rolls were vanilla rolls?
Thanks, but the answer is supposed to be 3 1/5 kg. Not sure how they came up with that. I see where/how you came up with your answer. This Singapore math makes no sense!
Mrs. Thomas bought 5 kg of flour. She used 1/5 of it to make muffins and 1/5 of the remainder to make cookies. How much flour did she have left?
Height of an Obelisk Two people decide to find the height of an obelisk. They position themselves 25 feet apart in line with, and on the same side of, the obelisk. If they find that the angles of elevation from the ground where they are standing to the top of the obelisk are 6...
You are right because you have to have the number plus three together before you can figure out what twice the sum of the 2 numbers is.
What role does induction play when lightning strikes Earth?
Thanks "drwls" but do you know how to solve that problem using the bar model method? I know what the answer is. I just don't know how to draw it like you do in Singapore math. Thanks...
Lily and Sara each had an equal amount of money at first. After Lily spent $18 and Sara spent $25, Lily had twice as much as Sara. How much money did each of them have at first?