anonymous
  • anonymous
Oi! Two bags are full of quarters, of which some are American and some are Canadian. The first bag has 169 quarters, of which 13 are Canadian. The second bag has 21 Canadian quarters. If both bags have the same fraction of Canadian quarters, how many quarters does this other bag have?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
13/169=23/x x=299
anonymous
  • anonymous
441
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got 273

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anonymous
  • anonymous
169/13=13 this means that you square the other number (21) which gives you 441
anonymous
  • anonymous
273 is right
anonymous
  • anonymous
97 227 109 237 273 One of these is the answer, this is what it shows on the answer sheet
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes 273 is the correct i just got it, thank you guys
anonymous
  • anonymous
wow ! ok, so i need to brush up on my math skills! LOL srry!

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