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How many white tennis balls did the school originally order for?

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For a tennis tournament, school ordered an equal number of yellow and white balls.
The shop delivered 30 extra white balls, making the ratio of yellow balls to white balls 1/11 : 1/9.
How many white tennis balls did the school originally order for?

posted Jan 10 by Nikita Sehgal

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