Mathemagis Singapore Maths focuses on developing students’ problem-solving skills through conceptual understanding of math principles instead of rote memorization of procedures, visualization strategies instead of abstract explanations, use of bar-models to help students organize and break-down complex problems and fostering algebraic-thinking skills instead of short-cut methods. Students get the best foundation for learning higher math such as algebra, trigonometry and calculus.

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Below is an example of a standard 6th grade word problem in ratio:

The ratio of the number of cakes Ann baked to the number of cakes Beth baked was 5:2. After Ann sold 28 cakes, the ratio became 3:4. How many cakes did each girl have at first?