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A bag is filled with 36 orange candies and 24 red candies for a total [#permalink]

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A bag is filled with 36 orange candies and 24 red candies for a total for 60 candies. If 15 candies are eaten, how many red candies are left in the bag?

(1) The ratio of orange candies to red candies in the bag after the 15 are removed is 2 : 1 (2) The ratio of red candies to total number of candies removed is 2 : 5.