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- 1. Before& After Scenario<br /> PSLE 2011/P2<br />Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After he sold <br /> of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />
- 2. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />STEP 1<br />
- 3. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />STEP 2<br />
- 4. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />STEP 3<br />x 10u = 6u<br />
- 5. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />STEP 3<br />x 185 = 111<br />
- 6. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />STEP 3<br />
- 7. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />STEP 4<br />4u + 74 + 5u 146<br />
- 8. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />STEP 4<br />4u + 74 + 5u 146<br />9u + 74 146 <br />
- 9. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />4u + 74 + 5u 146<br />9u + 74 146<br />9u 146 – 74 = 72<br />STEP 4<br />
- 10. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />4u + 74 + 5u 146<br />9u + 74 146<br />9u 146 – 74 = 72<br />1u 72 ÷ 9 = 8<br />STEP 4<br />
- 11. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />4u + 74 + 5u 146<br />9u + 74 146<br />9u 146 – 74 = 72<br />1u 72 ÷ 9 = 8<br />11 units + 111 8 x 11 + 111 = 199<br />Ans: 199 pies were sold.<br />STEP 4<br />
- 12. Mr Lee had 185 more chicken pies than tuna pies. After <br />he sold of the chicken pies and half of the tuna pies, <br />there were 146 pies left. How many pies were sold?<br />Before& After Scenario<br />STEP 4<br />4u + 74 + 5u 146<br />9u + 74 146<br />9u 146 – 74 = 72<br />1u 72 ÷ 9 = 8<br />11 units + 111 8 x 11 + 111 = 199<br />Ans: 199 pies were sold.<br />

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