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haruki
Average Member
Singapore
8 Posts 
Posted  08/28/2007 : 07:48:30

This is a very tricky qn.. i need some help!!
Lydia shares two cakes with 3 friends. Cake A is twice as large as Cake B. She wants to share the cakes equally. If she cuts Cake A into 5 slices, how many slices should she cut Cake B into?
a) 13 b) 10 c) 7 d) 4



tkhunny
Advanced Member
USA
1001 Posts 
Posted  08/28/2007 : 08:22:53

I'm curious about what "twice as large" means.
 Twice the Surface Area
 Twice the Radius
Unfortunately, it makes a difference. Is there a drawing? 


haruki
Average Member
Singapore
8 Posts 
Posted  08/28/2007 : 08:36:43

ya..there is a drawing given. I guess it should be the radius as this is a primary 6 paper.
It is 2 circles, 1 big 1 small. that's all. 



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