Solve.If the problem asks for a ratio, give it in simplified form.
A kennel has 70 dogs in total, some are puppies and some are adult dogs.
The ratio of puppies to adult dogs in a kennel is 1 : 4. How many puppies are there?
A bag contains 60 marbles, some red and some white.
The ratio of red marbles to white ones is 2 : 4. How many red marbles are there?
Jayden and Jacob share a reward of $126 in a ratio of 5 : 2. What fraction of the total reward does Jacob get?
A kennel has 30 dogs in total, some are puppies and some are adult dogs.
The ratio of puppies to adult dogs in a kennel is 3 : 2. How many adult dogs are there?
A truck is carrying cherry juice, pineapple juice, and tomato juice bottles in a ratio of 7 : 2 : 2. If there are 77 cherry juice bottles, then how many pineapple juice bottles are there?
There are 14 puppies.
There are 20 red marbles.
Jacob gets 2/7 of the total.
There are 12 adult dogs.
There are 22 pineapple juice bottles.
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