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Mixing Paints printable worksheet
A decorator can buy pink paint from two manufacturers.
The decorator can mix the paints to produce different shades of pink.
If Paint A and Paint B come in the same size cans, what is the least number the decorator would need of each type in order to produce pink paint containing red and white in the following ratios?
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What is the least number the decorator would need of each type in order to produce pink paint containing red and white in the following ratios?
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