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posted by wan .
bananas cost twice as much as oranges.sue buys 10 bananas and 3 oranges.with the same amout of money,she could have bought 4 bananas and how many oranges?

2(10)+1(3)=23 money spent
2(4)+1(x)=23
x= 15 oranges
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