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The ratio of boys to girls in a classroom is 2 to 7. If there are 63 students in the room, how many are girls ?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    let the number of boys be 2x let the number of girls be 7x 2x+7x=63 9x=63 x=63/9 x=7 girls=7x=7*7=49 No of girls are 49 hope this helped :)

  2. Jack1
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    props @candiee , perfect explanation hey

  3. anonymous
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    tnksss @Jack1

  4. anonymous
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    Thank you so much @ candiee

  5. anonymous
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    @candiee

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