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For every 100 cars that enter the intersection from A, 30 cars head toward B, 40 cars head toward C abd 30 cars head toward D. If 60 cars enter the intersection from A, how many cars head toward B?

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    Do it as a proportion

    60/100=X/30

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    20?

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