Hi, ps help. Many tks and God Bless:)

This sheep belongs to Farmer Lim. That sheep also belongs to him.

Ans sheet: Both sheep belong to Farmer Lim

Son's ans: Both of the sheep belong to Farmer Lim.

Is it acceptable? What is the difference between both and both of?

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(1) I will complete my homework no matter how tired I might be. Regardless of my tiredness, I will complete my homework Is the above acceptable? Answer sheet stated: Regardless of how tired I might be, I will complete my homework. Yes, ‘regardless of’ is a preposition and so should be followed by a...

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### Re: Q&A - PSLE English

Hi, please help. Many tks and God Bless:) (1) I will complete my homework no matter how tired I might be. Regardless of my tiredness, I will complete my homework Is the above acceptable? Answer sheet stated: Regardless of how tired I might be, I will complete my homework. (2)Although the shoes were ...

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Hi，ps help. Many tks and God Bless:) There is a total of 1036 goats and ducks in a farm. 2/9 of the number of goats is equal to 3/5 of the number of ducks. (a) How many goats are there on the farm? (b) 1/6 of the goats are sold. Express the number of goats remaining in the farm as a fraction of the ...

- Wed May 25, 2016 11:40 am
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Hi all, ps help. Many tks and God Bless:) (2) At a fun-raising event, 60% of the people were male and the rest were female. 20% of the female left the event in the afternoon. In the evening, after 33 male and 35 female left the event, 75% of the people at the event were male. (a) What percentage of...

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Thank you very much, Ender

- Mon May 23, 2016 8:36 pm
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Hi all, ps help. Many tks and God Bless:) (1) James used 4/7 of his screws and 3/5 of his nails to construct a wooden cupboard. In the end, he had an equal number of screws and nails left. Given that James had a total of 145 screws and nails at first, how many nails did he use to construct the woode...

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Sorry, I hv 2 more qns..TIA and GOD BLESS:) 1) Andy started driving from Town A To Town B at an average speed of 80km/h at 9am. Benny started driving from Town B to Town A at an average speed of 100 km/h at 9.30am. After 30 mins of driving, Benny covered 1/5 of his journey. At what time would Andy a...

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Hi, ps help. Many tks and God Bless:) The sum of two numbers is 106.8. The first number has three decimal places. The second number is 99 times the first number. What is the first number. Let the first number be u. u + 99u =100u 100u -> 106.8 u -> 106.8/100 = 1.068 Hence the first number is 1.068 T...

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### Re: Q&A - PSLE Math

Hi, ps help. Many tks and God Bless:)

The sum of two numbers is 106.8.

The first number has three decimal places.

The second number is 99 times the first number.

What is the first number.

The sum of two numbers is 106.8.

The first number has three decimal places.

The second number is 99 times the first number.

What is the first number.