FREE Video Lesson Worth $20! Access 10000 Questions From P1 to P6! Access 300 Hours of Video Explanations! Video Tutorials to Tough PSLE Questions!
Primary 6 Problem Sums/Word Problems - Try FREE
- Attempting as Guest
- Attempt Mode: Attempt Single Question
A shop sells calculators and phones.
`2/3` of the calculators is equal to `6/11` of the phones in the shop.
There are a total of 260 phones and calculators in the shop.
Each calculator at the shop cost the shopkeeper $18.
If the shopkeeper sells all the calculators at a price of $23.45 each, how much will he earn?
Notes to students
- Round your answer off to 2 decimal places