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Tin reacts with fluorine to form two different compounds, A and B. Compound A contains 38.5 g of tin for each 12.3 g of fluorine. Compound B contains 56.5 g of tin for each 36.2 g of fluorine. What is the lowest whole-number mass ratio of tin that combines with a given mass of fluorine?

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