## T2W6 : How many coins?

Iezaz uses some coins to form a pentagon (a shape with 5 equal sides). There are 5 coins on each side. How many coins does he use?

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5x5=25 A pentagon has 5 sides.

5 coins on each side.

Hi, Lincoln.

I am glad that you are participating in the Maths Quiz.

The answer is not 25 coins. Do try out the diagram and you will see that you need less than 25 coins.

From Ms Lye

5 x 5=25

25-5 =20

Ans:He use 20 coins

3x4=12 A pentagon has 5 sides.

3 coins on each side.

5x3=15

15+5=20

total=20 coins

owen nyo

5x5=25

25-5=20

5x5=25

25-5=20

Lezaz used 20 coins.

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