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 Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by chikis: 2:22pm On Oct 26, 2012 Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5Page 6 Exercise 3Question 16 - 20I have been trying for quite a very long time now just to understand the examples given for solving the 5 questions described above so that I can treat it with my pupils.I don't know wether there is anybody who understand the reasoning behind that exercise very well so that he can explain. Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by harmmerd: 3:27pm On Oct 26, 2012 Which type of textbook. Inside Out or Lantern Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Jerry2i(m): 4:57pm On Oct 26, 2012 I do understand quantitative reasoning,bt i don't have the text book with me now Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Davedavy: 10:51pm On Oct 26, 2012 if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you. Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by olawalebabs(m): 12:49pm On Oct 27, 2012 Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.exactly my thought. Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by chikis: 4:48pm On Oct 27, 2012 harmmerd: Which type of textbook. Inside Out or LanternIt is lantern written by Mrs Ore Olunloyo (Nee George)harmmerd: Which type of textbook. Inside Out or Lanternharmmerd: Which type of textbook. Inside Out or Lantern Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by chikis: 5:16pm On Oct 27, 2012 Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.I is just impossible; I can just spent so much money on that. I would appreciate it if you have the Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 (lantern books).Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.[color=#770077]Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.I is just impossible; I can just spent so much money on that. I would appreciate it if you have the Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 (lantern books).[/color]Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.Davedavy: if you can scan and upload the examples here,i am sure someone will be able to help you.I is just impossible; I can just spent so much money on that. I would appreciate it if you have the Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 (lantern books). Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by harmmerd: 7:45pm On Oct 27, 2012 I dont have Lantern wit me. I thought is Inside out. Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by naomicollins: 8:47pm On Jan 16, 2015 the first example is 4+7=11×2=22(when the arrow points up) next is 25-4=21÷3=7(when the arrow points down). for number 17: 15+12=27. 27/1×1/3= 27/3= 9. Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by konstanttee: 12:01am On Aug 04, 2015 Please I need help for page 4 & 8.... Quantitative reasoning pry 5 by ore olunloyo Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by ABASUTIN: 1:16pm On Oct 27, 2017 please who can help solve Exercise 1a Study The Pattern, quantitative reasoning for pramary 4? please I'll appreciate immediate response. Thanks. Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by bswalton(m): 7:20pm On Jun 14, 2019 Please guys, I need help solving this primary 5 quantitative reasoning test. 2 Likes 3 Shares Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Bigjay3201: 2:47am On Jun 16, 2019 Good day to all the gurus in the house. Pls can anyone help to solve this? I wonder how even an educated adult will find it difficult to solve a pry 5 work. Pls help out anyone. It's on lantern quantitative reasoning book 5 page 42.Thanks Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by clasie: 8:01am On Jun 16, 2019 Bigjay3201:Good day to all the gurus in the house. Pls can anyone help to solve this? I wonder how even an educated adult will find it difficult to solve a pry 5 work. Pls help out anyone. It's on lantern quantitative reasoning book 5 page 42.Thanks2'2+3'2=4+9=13=6+7 etc for other e.gs6. 64 7. 3 8. 100 9. 6 10. Incorrect question d answer is -50 1 Like Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Bigjay3201: 9:27pm On Jun 16, 2019 Thank you for the very Swift and accurate response. It is well appreciated. One more to go, meanwhile. No mind me o. I be olodo. Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by clasie: 11:00pm On Jun 16, 2019 Bigjay3201:Thank you for the very Swift and accurate response. It is well appreciated. One more to go, meanwhile. No mind me o. I be olodo. Resnap the question to show the other examples. 1 Like Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Bigjay3201: 12:06am On Jun 17, 2019 Sorry about the half pix. This is the complete page. Thanks Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by kckingsin(m): 4:18pm On Oct 12, 2019 Can anyone help solve this quantitative reasoning for primary 5 by Ore Olunloyo. Been trying to understand the logic behind it. 1 Like Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by adeola0024: 6:30pm On Feb 13, 2020 Answer to page 46 of Lantern Quantitative Reasoning 5.Add constant 5 to the first number before multiply the answer by second number. That is: 7 + 5 =12 × 4 = 48Also 12 + 5 =17 × 10 = 170 2 Likes 1 Share Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Eby21(f): 5:27pm On Jul 08, 2020 Good Evening.please I need help with solving this quantitative reasoning Questions.Thank you very much  Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by phemmyfour: 5:13pm On Jul 16, 2020 Eby21:Good Evening.please I need help with solving this quantitative reasoning Questions.Thank you very muchEx CFor verticals (2*5)+2 = 12(4*6)+2 = 26For horizontal17-(3+2) = 12Hence11. (5*5)+2 = 27 B12. 42-(x+2) = 12 x= 40 -12 = 28 B13. (x * 1/2) +2 = 17 x = 15*2 = 30 B14. (5*7)+2 = 37 D15. x -(28+2) = 16 x = 30+16 = 46 DEx B Use mod 75+2 = 7...7/7 =18+6=14.....14/7 = 26+4=10.......10/7 = 1 r3 = 1.3Note that dot (.) represent remainder (r)Hence6. 4+4= 8.....8/7 = 1r1 = 1.1 B7. 1.2+5 = 1r2 + 5 = (7+2)+5 9+5 = 14.....14/2 = 2 A8. 6+3 = 9......9/7 = 1r2 = 1.2 E9. 5+6 = 11.....11/7 = 1r4 = 1.4 A10. 3+2 = 5 A 1 Like Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by hiziko22: 5:22pm On Jul 16, 2020 Home TutorIf you are in need of a personal home lesson teacher for your child(ren)/wards. Please kindly call this number: 08083319204, 09031939140.Subject area: ss1-ss3. Mathematics, physics, further mathematics & chemistry. My fees are affordable. For JUNIOR CATEGORY: Mathematics, English language, Basic science & BST. For the J.s.s 3. Students must have there Evergreen past questions. For PRIMARY CATEGORY: Pry 4,5 & 6. Primary 6 student must have there UGO.C.UGO.Location: Mowe/ Ofada. Candidates must reside in mowe/ ofada. Instead of sitting down at home been idle, why can't you make use of this opportunity during this pandemic. No knowledge is waste. Try me for the next 2 weeks, if no improvement is seen, then the contract can be terminated. Experience speaks!!! Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Eby21(f): 9:22am On Jul 17, 2020 phemmyfour:Ex CFor verticals (2*5)+2 = 12(4*6)+2 = 26For horizontal17-(3+2) = 12Hence11. (5*5)+2 = 27 B12. 42-(x+2) = 12 x= 40 -12 = 28 B13. (x * 1/2) +2 = 17 x = 15*2 = 30 B14. (5*7)+2 = 37 D15. x -(28+2) = 16 x = 30+16 = 46 DEx B Use mod 75+2 = 7...7/7 =18+6=14.....14/7 = 26+4=10.......10/7 = 1 r3 = 1.3Note that dot (.) represent remainder (r)Hence6. 4+4= 8.....8/7 = 1r1 = 1.1 B7. 1.2+5 = 1r2 + 5 = (7+2)+5 9+5 = 14.....14/2 = 2 A8. 6+3 = 9......9/7 = 1r2 = 1.2 E9. 5+6 = 11.....11/7 = 1r4 = 1.4 A10. 3+2 = 5 AThank so very much. I appreciate Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by phemmyfour: 11:27am On Jul 17, 2020 Eby21:Thank so very much. I appreciateThe pleasure is mine Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by bongoman(m): 6:34am On Aug 15, 2020 Olunloyo is just the best Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Amanda4life: 9:21am On Sep 29, 2020 naomicollins:the first example is 4+7=11×2=22(when the arrow points up) next is 25-4=21÷3=7(when the arrow points down). for number 17: 15+12=27. 27/1×1/3= 27/3= 9.Can I have ur contact please Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Amanda4life: 9:27am On Sep 29, 2020 LANTERN BK 5 PAGE 8 PLS Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Amanda4life: 8:41am On Sep 30, 2020 phemmyfour:Ex CFor verticals (2*5)+2 = 12(4*6)+2 = 26For horizontal17-(3+2) = 12Hence11. (5*5)+2 = 27 B12. 42-(x+2) = 12 x= 40 -12 = 28 B13. (x * 1/2) +2 = 17 x = 15*2 = 30 B14. (5*7)+2 = 37 D15. x -(28+2) = 16 x = 30+16 = 46 DEx B Use mod 75+2 = 7...7/7 =18+6=14.....14/7 = 26+4=10.......10/7 = 1 r3 = 1.3Note that dot (.) represent remainder (r)Hence6. 4+4= 8.....8/7 = 1r1 = 1.1 B7. 1.2+5 = 1r2 + 5 = (7+2)+5 9+5 = 14.....14/2 = 2 A8. 6+3 = 9......9/7 = 1r2 = 1.2 E9. 5+6 = 11.....11/7 = 1r4 = 1.4 A10. 3+2 = 5 APLS LANTERN BK 5 PAGE 46. THE EXERCISE D. Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by Shaban2005: 8:44am On Mar 08 Please I need help with this Please 1 Like Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by obifavvy(f): 6:15am On Mar 12 Please i need help with this 1 Like Re: Quantitative Reasoning Primary 5 by BCJAY(f): 11:33am On Mar 21 Please I need help with this one 1 Like (1) (2) (Reply)

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