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The jelly junior high school color is made by mixing red oaint and yellow the ratio is 3 to 5 how monch red paint needed to be mix if u have 20 oz of yellow

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3/5 = x/20

Cross multiply and solve for x.

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12

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3/5=x/20

cross multiply and slove for x

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