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Mathematics, 19.08.2019 01:50 gatorr2010

The ratio of apples to oranges at a fruit stand is 4 to 5. there are 60 oranges at the stand.
how many apples are at the fruit stand?
a.
48
b.
50
c.
59
d.
75

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