tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5843294670881242012.post6323389937653436364..comments2017-03-28T19:50:19.219+08:00Comments on 2011 S1-02 Maths Blog: S1 (Viva Voce) Part A Question 3Loh Kwai Yinnoreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5843294670881242012.post-21547561646886189682011-10-18T13:04:36.872+08:002011-10-18T13:04:36.872+08:00You have approached the question very systematical...You have approached the question very systematically and explained the steps pretty clearly. It's a good way to use algebra to formulate the equation. <br />On the other hand, you guessed the x and x+1 values as these are pretty straightforward. What if the product is a pretty huge number? How would you approach the problem? <br /><br />The unit "m^2" should be read as "metre centimetre.<br /><br />The conversion was not clearly explained. On what basis that you get 500 x 400? Need to elaborate.LOH Kwai Yinhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06503397685892227762noreply@blogger.com