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In a box of chocolates 3/4 of the peanutbutter filled chocolates is 1/4 the total number of filled chocolates. If the ration of peanut butter filled chocolates to solid9nonfilled0 chocolates is 1:2, what is the ratio of solid chocolates to filled chocolates?

3/4 p = 1/4 f
f = 3p
p/n = 1/2
n = 2p
n/f = 2p/3p = 2/3
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