|Level:||Primary 6 SA2|
|Subject:||Mathematics Paper 2|
|Degree of Difficulty:||A|
|Type of paper:||Word Problem Q13 Solution|
13. Julie and Kimberley used crayon for making star shapes using a mold. Each had a piece of crayon of the same mass and each star is of the same mass.
Jane made 27 stars and had 1.425 kg of crayon left.
Kitty made 45 stars and had 525 g of crayon left.
a) Find the mass of crayon needed for each star.
b) With the leftover crayon from both girls, find out the number of stars that can be made.