Archive | June, 2012

Question from Ethan

30 Jun

Dear Ethan,

here is the question you have asked,

There are 225 apples and 253 bananas in cartoon X. There are 260 apples and 212 bananas in cartoon Y. Christopher transferred some apples and bananas from cartoon Y to cartoon X. In the end, 40% of the fruits in cartoon X and 70% of the fruits in cartoon Y were apples. How many fruits did Christopher transfer from cartoon Y to cartoon X?

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Question from Mrs Low

21 Jun

Dear Mrs Low,

here is the question you have asked,

Rose and Mary share some stamps. If Rose gives 25 of her stamps to Mary, Mary will have thrice as many stamps as Rose. If Mary gives 25 of her stamps to Rose, Rose will have as many stamps as Mary. How many stamps does each of them have at first?

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Note of Thanks…

20 Jun

Another feedback received from a parent on our trainer Mr Lee.

Mr. Lee has been teaching Olympiad Maths to both Primary and Secondary school pupils for the last 3 years.

His students appreciate him for his patient and cystal clear explanation of difficult math concepts and his great humour!

Students’ diary to teacher…

11 Jun

Its great to receive words of appreciation from those you teach.

Every small note like these will always brighten up our day.