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If there are 7 whole bananas, 14 whole strawberries, and no [#permalink]
19 Aug 2018, 03:09

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If there are 7 whole bananas, 14 whole strawberries, and no other fruit in a basket, what is the ratio of strawberries to the total pieces of fruit in the basket? Give your answer as a fraction.

Re: If there are 7 whole bananas, 14 whole strawberries, and no [#permalink]
25 Aug 2018, 07:50

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ASIDE: If a Numeric Entry question asks you to enter a FRACTION, you are not obligated to simplify the fraction. So, other acceptable answers include: 14/21, 140/210, 28/42, etc

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