Friday, August 17, 2012

MATHEMATICS

I've learnt how to solve a ratio problem. I am capable of writing my own ratio problems.

Angelica is packing party bags for a party. Each bag has 2 apples and 6 oranges.


1) She needs to fill 12 bags. How many apples and oranges will she need?

2) If she has 36 apples. How many oranges does she need?

3) She has 24 fruits to pack. How many apples and oranges would she need?


DO YOU THINK YOU CAN SOLVE MY PROBLEMS?



1 comment:

  1. Great Job Dorothy.
    I've learnt how to solve a ratio problem and to write my own ratio problem too.

    ANSWER to 1)
    If there is 12 bags, I just multiply the amount of apples and oranges with the bags.
    I know that 12 X 2 = 24.12 X 6 = 72.
    Therefore, there are 24 apples and 72 oranges in 12 bags. Altogether the amount of fruit is 96.

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