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Tom and Jenny share a box of 24 chocolates in the ratio of 1:3 How many chocolates do they each get?. Tom has 6 and Jenny has 18 . Rory, Riley and Rowan share a box of 45 chocolates in the ratio 2:3:4 How many chocolates do they each get?. Rory has 10, Riley has 15 and Rowan has 20.

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Tom and Jenny share a box of 24 chocolates in the ratio of 1:3

How many chocolates do they each get?

Tom has 6 and Jenny has 18

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Rory, Riley and Rowan share a box of 45 chocolates in the ratio 2:3:4

How many chocolates do they each get?

Rory has 10, Riley has 15 and Rowan has 20

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The number of milk chocolates to white chocolates in a box is in the ratio of 2:1

If there are 24 milk chocolates how many chocolates altogether?

36 (24 is the number of milk chocolates not the total)

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Mel, Lee and Ashton share a box of chocolates in the ratio 2:3:4

If Lee has 24 chocolates how many chocolates were there altogether?

72 (Lee has “3 parts” so 1 “part” = 8)

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Harley, Avery and Casey share a box of chocolates in the ratio 3:5:6

If Harley has 9 chocolates how many chocolates does Avery have?

15 (Harley has “3 parts” so 1 “part” = 3)