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anonymous
 5 years ago
you have two flower beds in which to plant roses and tulips.you want the porportion of tulips to roses to be the samein each bed. you plant 10 tulips and 6 roses inn the firsrt bed. how many tulips will u need for the second bed if u plant 15 roses??
anonymous
 5 years ago
you have two flower beds in which to plant roses and tulips.you want the porportion of tulips to roses to be the samein each bed. you plant 10 tulips and 6 roses inn the firsrt bed. how many tulips will u need for the second bed if u plant 15 roses??

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0so the first bed you have a proportion for 10tulips and 6 roses which is 10 tulips/6 roses. so for the second bed you have 15 roses *10 tulips/ 6 roses = 150/6 tulips = 25 tulips.
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