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# In a large bucket of screws, the ratio of slot screws to Phillips scre

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In a large bucket of screws, the ratio of slot screws to Phillips screws is 11 to 4. There are no other varieties of screws in the bucket. If there are 320 Phillips screws in the bucket, what is the total number of screws in the bucket?

A. 320
B. 640
C. 880
D. 960
E. 1,200

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28 Jan 2019, 04:43
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Bunuel wrote:
In a large bucket of screws, the ratio of slot screws to Phillips screws is 11 to 4. There are no other varieties of screws in the bucket. If there are 320 Phillips screws in the bucket, what is the total number of screws in the bucket?

A. 320
B. 640
C. 880
D. 960
E. 1,200

4*x/15 = 320
x= 1200
IMO E
Re: In a large bucket of screws, the ratio of slot screws to Phillips scre   [#permalink] 28 Jan 2019, 04:43
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