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There are some Chinese books and English books at a library. `2/3`of the Chinese books is equal to`5/6` of the number of English books. There are 378 Chinese and English books altogether. How many Chinese books are there at the library?
John has some fifty-cent and twenty-cent coins in a box. `1/4`of the number of twenty-cent coins is equal to`4/5` of the number of fifty-cent coins in the box. There are 462 coins altogether in the box. Find the total value of all the coins that John has in the box. Notes to students: ...
There are some apples in basket A and basket B. `3/4` of apples in basket A is equal to `2/3` of apples in basket B. If Mary transfers 11 apples from basket B to basket A, there will be an equal number of apples in both baskets. How many apples are there altogether in both baskets?
Terry and Maggie have some stamps each. `2/9` of Terry’s stamps is equal to `3/11` of Maggie’s stamps. If Maggie has 85 less stamps than Terry, (a) express Maggie’s stamps as a fraction of Terry’s stamps in its lowest terms. (b) how many stamps does Terry have? Notes to students: ...
There are some sweets in box A and box B. `2/3` of the sweets in box A is equal to `4/9` of the sweets in box B. There are 132 less sweets in box A than in box B. Find the total number of sweets in both boxes.
Johnson and Gary have some cards each. `3/8` of Johnson’s cards is equal to `4/5` of Gary’s cards. Gary has 221 less cards than Johnson. (a) Express Gary’s cards as a fraction of Johnson’s card in its lowest terms. (b) How many cards does Gary have? Notes to students: ...