Below is a guide (by Mr Desmond Peh) on how you should present your working, especially when answering to word problems.

- By the way, can you spot one part of the working that could be further improved?

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As iterated in class (many times), it is important for us to present our working clearly so that whoever reading your working (and answers) is able to understand your train of thoughts. In addition, proper working presentation is also a demonstration of your understanding of concepts.

Below is a guide (by Mr Desmond Peh) on how you should present your working, especially when answering to word problems.

Below is a guide (by Mr Desmond Peh) on how you should present your working, especially when answering to word problems.

- By the way, can you spot one part of the working that could be further improved?

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Change the arrow at 4 people into an equal sign

ReplyDeleteNot exactly.

DeleteIf we replace it by the equal sign, it's saying "4 people" equal to "S$775.86".

Still sounds wrong, isn't it?