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Jane Lim  
There were some blue marbles and white marbles in a bag, If 70 blue marbles were to be removed from the bag, the ratio of the number of blue marbles to the number of white marbles would be 3:4. If 112 white marbles were to be removed from the bag instead, the ratio of the number of blue marbles to the number of white marbles would be 8:7. When 48 more blue marbles wre to be added into the bag, what percentage of all the marbles would be blue marbles? 
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LIUHD  
Quote by: Jane Lim There were some blue marbles and white marbles in a bag, If 70 blue marbles were to be removed from the bag, the ratio of the number of blue marbles to the number of white marbles would be 3:4. If 112 white marbles were to be removed from the bag instead, the ratio of the number of blue marbles to the number of white marbles would be 8:7. When 48 more blue marbles wre to be added into the bag, what percentage of all the marbles would be blue marbles?

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masteryxsoh  
Quote by: Jane Lim There were some blue marbles and white marbles in a bag, If 70 blue marbles were to be removed from the bag, the ratio of the number of blue marbles to the number of white marbles would be 3:4. If 112 white marbles were to be removed from the bag instead, the ratio of the number of blue marbles to the number of white marbles would be 8:7. When 48 more blue marbles wre to be added into the bag, what percentage of all the marbles would be blue marbles?

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suz855  
Hi masteryxsoh 
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