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### PSLE Qn1 2011

1. 1. Total Value= Number x Value<br /> PSLE 2011/P2<br />The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />
2. 2. The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br />STEP 1<br />
3. 3. The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br />STEP 2<br />
4. 4. The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br />STEP 3<br />
5. 5. The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br />STEP 3<br />
6. 6. Total Chairs<br />After<br /> Before<br />The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br />STEP 4<br />6<br />
7. 7. Total Chairs<br /> After<br /> Before<br />The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br />STEP 5<br />84<br />7u<br />9u<br />6<br />
8. 8. Total Chairs<br /> After<br /> Before<br />The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br />STEP 5<br />84<br />7u<br />9u<br />6<br />6<br />9u − 7u = 2u<br /> <br />84 − 6 = 78<br />
9. 9. Total Chairs<br /> After<br /> Before<br />The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br />2u  78<br />STEP 5<br />84<br />7u<br />9u<br />6<br />6<br />9u − 7u = 2u<br /> <br />84 − 6 = 78<br />
10. 10. Total Chairs<br /> After<br /> Before<br />The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br /> 2u  78<br />1u  78 ÷ 2 = 39<br />STEP 5<br />84<br />7u<br />9u<br />6<br />6<br />9u − 7u = 2u<br /> <br />84 − 6 = 78<br />
11. 11. Total Chairs<br /> After<br /> Before<br />The chairs in a hall were arranged in rows of 9 chairs each. For a concert to be held in the hall, Alex bought another 6 chairs and rearranged the chairs into rows of 7 chairs each. After the rearrangement, he found that he had 12 additional rows. How many chairs were there in the hall for the concert?<br />Total Value= Number x Value<br /> 2u  78<br /> 1u  78 ÷ 2 = 39<br />STEP 5<br />84<br />7u<br />9u<br />7u + 84 7 x 39 + 84 <br /> = 357<br />6<br />6<br />9u − 7u = 2u<br /> <br />84 − 6 = 78<br />Ans: 357 chairs<br />