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There are a total of 600 apples and bananas at a fruit stall.

The number of bananas is 150 more than the number of apples.

There are 100 more oranges than apples and 125 more mangoes than oranges.

Find the ratio of the number of bananas to mangoes to oranges at the fruit stall.

 

 

Notes to students:

  1. If your answer is a ratio, leave it as a:b
The correct answer is : 15:18:13