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Homework Help: math

Posted by EM on Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 9:55pm.

I make A snack mix by combining 3/4 of a pound of gummy bears with one pound of peanuts. I have 3 1/4 pounds of peanuts
a) how many pounds of gummy bears do I need to make the snack mix?
b) how many pounds of snack mix can I make?

My answers are:
I have a) 2 1/2 pounds of gummy bears is needed
b) I can make 7 1/2 pounds of snack mix
I am not sure if this correct, can you help, thanks

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