# Originally 5427

There were red and green candies in the tin. Čenek ate 2/5 of all the red candies, and Zuzka ate 3/5 of all the green candies. Now, the red candies make up 3/8 of all the candies in the can.

How many candies were originally in the can?

How many candies were originally in the can?

## Correct answer:

Tips for related online calculators

Do you want to calculate the least common multiple of two or more numbers?

Need help calculating sum, simplifying, or multiplying fractions? Try our fraction calculator.

Do you solve Diofant problems and are looking for a calculator of Diofant integer equations?

Do you have a linear equation or system of equations and are looking for its solution? Or do you have a quadratic equation?

Need help calculating sum, simplifying, or multiplying fractions? Try our fraction calculator.

Do you solve Diofant problems and are looking for a calculator of Diofant integer equations?

Do you have a linear equation or system of equations and are looking for its solution? Or do you have a quadratic equation?

### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

## Related math problems and questions:

- Fruit candies

Zuzka and Janka ate fruit candies. Zuzka ate ten, and Janka ate three times more. How many sweets did both girls eat together? - Cherries 58331

There were 60 cherries in the bowl. Honza ate 3/12, Martin 7/20 and Zuzka 3/10. How many cherries are left in the bowl? - Candies 5714

Jurko ate 1/6 of the candies, with ten sweets left. How many candies were there in total? - Green and red cubes

There are five green cubes (numbered 1 - 5) and four red cubes (numbered 1 - 4). How many ways can the cubes fit in a box that only needs two green and three red cubes?

- Candies

There are red, blue and green candies in bad. Red to green is in the 6:11 ratio, and blue to red is in the 7:5 ratio. In what proportion are blue to green candies? - Combined 63284

There are white, red, and green candies in the package. The number of white and red candies is in the ratio of 1:3, and the number of red and green candies is in the ratio of 4:7. There are 20 more green candies than white and red combined. How many candi - Determine 8115

The number of blue and green candies is 5:6. and The number of red and green candies is 3:8. Determine the ratio of red and blue candies.