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### Primary 6

#### Math Tuition Lesson 5

###### Overlapping figures involving ratio

Solving ratio problem sums involving overlapping figures is an essential skill for students in P5 and P6 exams. It is a common way for schools to test students’ understanding of ratios and proportions. To help students master this skill, this video will provide a simple step-by-step guide to help them understand the mechanics of solving ratio problem sums involving overlapping figures.

###### Ratio, group unchanged

Yenni has 25% more stamps than John. If Yenni loses 676 stamps, she will have 1/6 as many stamps as John. How many stamps do they have altogether?

#### Math Tuition Lesson 6

###### Ratio, Difference Unchanged

The ratio of the amount of money John had to the amount of money Peter had was 4 : 7. After each of them spent $28, the ratio became 3 : 7. Find the amount of money John has now.

###### Ratio, total unchanged with scenarios

John and Peter had some apples. If John gives away 12 apples, the number of apples John had to the number of apples Peter has will be 3 : 5. If Peter gives away 12 apples, John will have 3 times as many apples as Peter. How many apples did they have altogether?

###### Ratio, All Changed (unites and parts)

#### Math Tuition Lesson 7

###### Proportion External Transfer

Peter and John had $510 altogether. Peter gave 40% of his money to his father and John spent 75% of his money. They then had an equal amount of money left. How much money did Peter give to his father?

###### Proportion and Quantity External Transfer

###### Proportion External Transfer all groups changed

#### Math Tuition Lesson 8

###### Proportion External Transfer, begin with difference

Box A had 48 kg more rice than Box B at first. After John used 1/3 of the rice in Box A and 1/4 of the rice in Box B, Box A had 17 kg more rice than Box B. How much rice was there in Box A at first?

###### Proportion Internal Transfer

#### Math Tuition Lesson 9

###### Difference concept

John has $60 and Peter has $11 in their respective bank accounts. Every day, John deposits $7 while Peter deposits $14. In how many days will Peter have $21 more than John?

###### Proportion Internal Transfer, begin with difference

#### Math Tuition Lesson 10

###### Percentage involving discount and GST

###### Percentage involving change

#### Math Tuition Lesson 11

###### Angles Applications

###### Angles Applications

###### Angles Applications

#### Math Tuition Lesson 12

###### Circle application Area of petal

###### Circumference of circle application

#### Math Tuition Lesson 16

###### Speed involving comparison of quantity

Peter and Amber started walking from the same place but in opposite directions along a straight road. After walking for 3 hours, they were 8 km apart. Amber’s average walking speed was 1 km/h less than Peter’s. Find the distance that Peter covered.