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How many gold coins are you there in a jar of 90 coins , if there are 1/4 as many silver coins as gold coins?
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90 coins divided by 5 equal sections where 4 are gold coins.
90/5=18
18*4=72
72 gold coins (and 18 silver ones).posted by Helpful Dude
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