Anna had 48 stalks of flowers in a basket. 1⁄3 of them were roses and the rest were lilies and daisies. There were 4 more lilies than daisies.

How many daisies should Anna buy such that the number of daisies would be 1⁄2 of the total number of flowers in the basket?

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This week’s question is a P4 higher order fraction problem sum.

Most students get this question wrong primarily due to the same careless mistake, with the common *wrong answer being 10*. Let your P4/P5 children try this week’s question and see if they can get this question right!

Here’s the full solution:

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