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Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

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In a bag of jelly beans, there are 2 yellow jelly beans for every red one. 24 more jelly beans are added to the bag. There are now 5 yellow jelly beans for every red one. How many red jelly beans are there in the bag now?

What is the question asking you to do?

What strategy will you use to solve the problem?

How can you check that your answer is correct?

Are the other possible solutions to the problem?


NS3.4 Compares, orders and calculates with decimals, simple fractions and simple percentages. MA3-7NA Compares, orders and calculates with fractions, decimals and percentages

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