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shirley wee  
On Monday, Grandma had some yellow and purple sweets in the, she made 54more ratio 9:7. On Tuesday, she made 54 more yellow sweets. On Wednesday, she gave away 44 purple sweets and sold 129 yellow sweets. In the end, the number of yellow sweets to the number of purple sweets were in the ratio 6:5. How many yellow sweets are there in the end? 
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echeewh  
Hey Shirley, 
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Quote by: shirley wee
On Monday, Grandma had some yellow and purple sweets in the, she made 54more ratio 9:7. On Tuesday, she made 54 more yellow sweets. On Wednesday, she gave away 44 purple sweets and sold 129 yellow sweets. In the end, the number of yellow sweets to the number of purple sweets were in the ratio 6:5. How many yellow sweets are there in the end? [/QUOTEHi Model approach... not complicated to do using stack/2D model. cheers 
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