The ratio of the number of apples in Box A to the number of apples in Box B is 3:2. All the apples in Box B are green. The ratio of the number of green apples to the number of red apples in Box A is 4:5. There are 20 more green apples in Box B than in Box A. How many red apples are there?

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2014-05-29T18:25:20+05:30


4 units of green apples+5 units of red=9 units in box a,
3 units in box a (x3)......9 units,hence 2 units in box b (x3) will give 6 units
green apples
box B-box A.....20
6 units - 4 units ...20
2 units......20
1 units.....20 divided by 2 = 10

red apples
5 units .....5X10 = 50
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