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The amount of money Kylie spends on food to the amount she spends on gas per week is 7:4. She spends $45 more on food than gas. How much does she spend on food? How much does she send on gas? On one of the weeks, she spends an additional $75 on food for a dinner party. What is the ratio of the amount she spends on food to the amount she spends on gasoline for that week?

asked by Jillian
  1. Don't know

    posted by paul
  2. don't know

    posted by fran
  3. 105 on food
    60 on gas

    posted by John
  4. my cocaine addiction

    posted by DICK

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