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a pharmacist found at the end of the day she had 7/4 as many prescriptions for antibiotics as tranquilizers. She had 66 prescriptions altogether. How many did she have for tranquilizers?

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    7 + 4 = 11

    66/11 = 6

    6*4 = ?

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