MATH CHECK!
posted by Celest .
There are 20 red beans in the jar
10 fewer white than yellow
half as many orange than red
10 more black than green
twice as many yellow as red
5 fewer green as red
please check:
10 orange
15 green
25 black
40 yellow
25 pink
30 white

MATH CHECK! 
bobpursley
correct.
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