A grocer has 36 apples and 20 pears. The grocer arranges the fruit into groups that have the same ratio of apples to pears as the whole coll

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A grocer has 36 apples and 20 pears. The grocer arranges the fruit into groups that have the same ratio of apples to pears as the whole collection of fruit. How many apples are in a group that has 10 pears? Complete the ratio table to solve the problem.

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Ayla 2 weeks 2021-11-20T12:03:38+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-11-20T12:04:41+00:00

    Answer:

    Therefore no of apples in that group is 18

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given:

    No. of apples = 36

    No. of pears = 20

    Also it is given that grocer arranges the  fruit into groups that have the same ratio of apples to pears as the whole collection of fruit.

    first we find the ratio of apples and pears in whole collection which is given below

    No. of apples/No. of pears  = 36/20 = 9/5

    Now its a problem of ratio

    It is given that no of pear in one group is 10

    Let the  no of apples in that group be X

    According to the question

    No. of apples in whole collection/ No. of pear in whole collection = No. of apples in the group/ No. of pears in the group  ————-> A

    9/5 =X/10

    => X = (9*10)/5 = 18

    Therefore no of apples in that group is 18.

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