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Raffles Girls SA 1 paper 2 Question 16

Ken had some big and small packets of flour, The amount of flour in a big packet was 4 times as much as the amount of flour in a small packet. If he repacked 2 big packets of flour into small packets, he would have 16 small packets of flour altogether. If he continued to repack the remaining big packets of flour into small packets, he would have 36 packets of flour altogether. (A) What was the total number of small packets and big packets of flour Ken had? (B) The difference between the total amount of flour in the big packets and small packets is 10 kg. Find the amount of flour in a big packet?

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