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Posted by Karen on Monday, March 7, 2011 at 5:32pm.

In a department store, there were a certain number of red T-shirts, blue T-shirts, and yellow T-shirts. 3/7 of the T-shirts were red, 1/3 of them were blue and the rest were yellow. If there were 20 more red T-shirts than blue T-shirts, how many yellow T-shirts were there?

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