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September 25th, 2018, 09:47 PM   #1
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If the ratio of chocolates to ice-cream cones in a box is 5:8 and the number of chocolates is 30,find the number of ice -cones .
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The Chocolates to ice cream cones ratio is
5:8=chocolates:ice cones
5/8=30/ice cones
ice cones =30*8/5
ice cones = 240/5
ice cones will be 48 is this right /correct
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