Solve.If the problem asks for a ratio, give it in simplified form.
A bag contains 144 marbles, some red and some transparent.
The ratio of red marbles to transparent ones is 3 : 5. How many red marbles are there?
Lucas has nickels, dimes, and quarters in the ratio of 5 : 2 : 1. If 9 of Lucas's coins are quarters, how many nickels and dimes does Lucas have?
In a cookie mix, we find walnut cookies, almond cookies, and no-bake cookies in a ratio of 3 : 2 : 4. If a bag of the mix contains 64 no-bake cookies, how many walnut cookies are there?
A bag contains 54 marbles, some white and some blue.
The ratio of white marbles to blue ones is 2 : 4. How many white marbles are there?
A bag contains 126 marbles, some green and some white.
The ratio of green marbles to white ones is 1 : 6. How many green marbles are there?
There are 54 red marbles.
Lucas has 45 nickels and 18 dimes.
There are 48 walnut cookies.
There are 18 white marbles.
There are 18 green marbles.
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