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Question from Tina Tran:

Q1. In a school, the ratio of the number of teachers who wear spectacles to the number of teachers who do not wear spectacles is 11:5. 2/3 of the male teachers and 7/10 of the female teachers wear spectacles. What is the ratio of the number of male teachers to the number of female teachers?

Q2. Melissa had 3/4 as many coins as Sheryl. After Melissa and Sheryl received another 48 and 4 coins respectively, Melissa had 1/5 more coins than Sheryl. How many coins did Melissa have at first?

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https://matharena.wordpress.com/2014/08/23/questions-from-tina-tran/