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Posted by Cassidy on Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 6:28pm.

For every 20 cakes ordered from Barry's Bakery, 8 cakes ordered are chocolate. Which proportion can be used to determine x, the total number of cakes ordered from the bakery when 30 chocolate cakes have been ordered?

A. 8/12 = x/30
B. 8/20 = x/30
C. x/8 = 30/20
D. 8/20 = 30/x

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