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<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
<ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and ...
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  1. 1. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  1
  2. 2. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  1 2
  3. 3. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  1 2
  4. 4. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  1 2
  5. 5. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  5 5 5 5 1 2
  6. 6. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  5 5 5 5 1 2 3
  7. 7. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  5 5 5 5 1 2 3
  8. 8. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  5 5 5 5 1 2 3
  9. 9. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  5 5 5 5 1 unit 19 1 2 3 4
  10. 10. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  5 5 5 5 1 unit 19 7u  19 – 5 = 14 1 2 3 4
  11. 11. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  5 5 5 5 1 unit 19 7u  19 – 5 = 14 1u  14 ÷ 2 =7 1 2 3 4
  12. 12. <ul><li>Bryan invited 20 more boys than girl to a party. 3/4 of the boys and 2/3 of the girls turned up for the party and 19 children did not turn up. How many children did Bryan invite to the party? </li></ul>© mathsheuristics  5 5 5 5 7u  19 – 5 = 14 1u  14 ÷ 2 =7 24u + 20  24 x 2 + 20 = 68 Ans: 68 children 1 2 3 4 5
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