Ask Singapore Homework?

Upload a photo of a Singapore homework and someone will email you the solution for free.



Question

primary 6 | Maths | Fractions
One Answer Below

Anyone can contribute an answer, even non-tutors.

Answer This Question
Amanda
Amanda

primary 6 chevron_right Maths chevron_right Fractions chevron_right Singapore

Appreciate if anyone could help. Thank you.

Date Posted: 4 months ago
Views: 73
Vivien
Vivien
4 months ago
Not sure about the model, but I think the idea is this:

You know she mixed a total of 0.9 litres of drink (ie 9/10 litres).

You know each cup can hold 1/6 litres.

So I convert into equivalent fractions to make it easier to understand (since the numbers are weird). The common denominator is 30.

So then 1 cup is 5/30 litres, and the total is 27/30 litres. So I can get 5 cups, with 2/30 litres left over.
Amanda
Amanda
4 months ago
Ok thank you for explaining, appreciated.
Vivien
Vivien
4 months ago
No problem. Hope it helps!

See 1 Answer

done {{ upvoteCount }} Upvotes
clear {{ downvoteCount * -1 }} Downvotes
Brigitte Tan
Brigitte Tan's answer
21 answers (Tutor Details)
1st
This should be it