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There are some apples, bananas and oranges at a fruit stall. `5/12` of all the fruits are oranges. The number of apples is `3/5` of the number of bananas. The total number of apples and bananas is 736 more than the number of oranges. How many fruits are there at the stall altogether?
There are some black, brown and white shells in a box. `7/9` of the total shells are white. The number of brown shells is `2/13` of the number of white shells. There are 1890 more brown shells than black shells. How many shells are there in the box altogether?
There are some reference books, dictionaries and magazines at a bookstore. `2/9` of the books at the bookstore are reference books. The number of magazines at the bookstore is `3/8` of the number of dictionaries. There are 884 more dictionaries than reference books at the bookstore. (a) How many magazines are there at the bookstore? ...
There are some people in a hall. `4/11` of the children in the hall are girls. The number of boys is `2/9` the number of adults. There are 1134 adults in the hall. How many people are there in the hall?
Charles, Alvin and David shared some sweets. Charles received `3/8` of all the sweets. The number of sweets received by Alvin was `4/13` of the number of sweets received by David. Charles and David had a total of 1392 sweets. How many sweets did they have altogether?