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## HELP URGENT WILL GIVE BRANILY PLEASE ANSWER When you get home to plant the flowers, you have 3 different flowerbeds in which you plan

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HELP URGENT WILL GIVE BRANILY PLEASE ANSWER

When you get home to plant the flowers, you have 3 different flowerbeds in which you plan on planting flowers. You have two flowerbeds where you want the same ratio for tulips to daffodils. In one of these flowerbeds you have 6 tulips and 8 daffodils. The other flowerbed you have 4 daffodils.

How many tulips should there be in the second flowerbed to have the same ratio of tulips and daffodils as the first flower bed?

How many total daffodils are used in these two flowerbeds?

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2021-08-05T06:46:45+00:00
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you need 10 to have the same ratio

there are 24 daffodils in the two flowerbeds

Answer:3 tulips, 12 daffodils

Step-by-step explanation:tulips to daffodils= 6:8=3:4

x:4 = 3:4

8+4=12