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anonymous
 5 years ago
An equal number of girls and boys went to a party. The ratio of the number of girls who wore spectacles to the number of boys who wore spectacles was 11:3. The ratio of the number of girls who did not wear spectacles to the number of boys did not wear spectacles was 3:5
a) Find the ratio of the number of boys who wore spectacles to the number of boys who did not wear spectacles.
b) There were 7 times as many girls as boys who left the party. The ratio of the number of girls to the number of boys who remained at the party became 35:38. If there were 560 girls remaining at the party, how m
anonymous
 5 years ago
An equal number of girls and boys went to a party. The ratio of the number of girls who wore spectacles to the number of boys who wore spectacles was 11:3. The ratio of the number of girls who did not wear spectacles to the number of boys did not wear spectacles was 3:5 a) Find the ratio of the number of boys who wore spectacles to the number of boys who did not wear spectacles. b) There were 7 times as many girls as boys who left the party. The ratio of the number of girls to the number of boys who remained at the party became 35:38. If there were 560 girls remaining at the party, how m

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