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- Ratio: Think units and you're on your way! > Ratio Exercise 3 > 4
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A fruit stall had 2535 mangoes and some pears.

The number of mangoes and the number of pears were in the ratio 13 : 9.

After some pears were sold, the ratio of the number of pears to the number of mangoes became 5 : 13.

If pears were being sold at $12 for half a dozen, how much did the fruit stall collect from all the pears that it sold?

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**1560**