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For every 3 boys at soccer camp there are 2 girls. If there are 20 children at soccer camp.How many are girls?

8 girls
If there are 20 children and for every 3 boys there is 2 girls that's 5 children. 5x4 = 20 so in every 5 kids there is 2 girls. So then do 4x2 = 8
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