Solve.If the problem asks for a ratio, give it in simplified form.
Alyssa has 180 coins. Of the coins, 7/10 are nickels, 1/10 are dimes, and the rest are quarters. What is the ratio of Alyssa's nickels to dimes to quarters?
In a cookie mix, we find cinnamon cookies, molasses cookies, and ginger cookies in a ratio of 4 : 4 : 2. If a bag of the mix contains 16 ginger cookies, how many cookies in total are there?
Alexander has nickels, dimes, and quarters in the ratio of 1 : 6 : 1. If 84 of Alexander's coins are dimes, how many nickels and quarters does Alexander have?
A bag contains 78 marbles, some green and some red.
The ratio of green marbles to red ones is 4 : 2. How many green marbles are there?
A bag contains 54 marbles, some green and some white.
The ratio of green marbles to white ones is 3 : 3. How many green marbles are there?
The ratio is 7 : 1 : 2.
There are a total of 80 cookies.
Alexander has 14 nickels and 14 quarters.
There are 52 green marbles.
There are 27 green marbles.
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