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the ratio of fanatics to zealots was 11 to 4. if there were 2280 fanatics and zealots in all, how many were fanatics?

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    11x = 4y x +y = 2280 11/4x = y 15/4x = 2280 x = 608, y = 1672

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    thank you!

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    teams ratio of games won to games played was 2 to 5. If the team played 55 games, how many games did the team lose?

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