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Carlotta is making blue and orange necklaces in several lengths. For each necklace, her ratio of blue beads to orange beads is 3 to 2. How many orange beads will Carlotta need for a necklace of 60 beads?

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  1. 2/5 = x/60

    Cross multiply and solve for x

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  6. 24 my dudes and girls

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