Source: Official Guide for the GMAT 13th Ed. Problem Solving; #179 Official Guide for the GMAT 2015 14th Ed. Problem Solving; #179

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A fruit-salad mixture consists of apples, peaches,

A fruit-salad mixture consists of apples, peaches, and grapes in the ratio of 6:5:2, respectively, by weight. If 39 pounds of the mixture is prepared, the mixture includes how many more pounds of apples than grapes?

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Gravatar Mike McGarry, Magoosh Tutor

Dec 28, 2013 • Comment

Michelle Dolan

I love your humour! I wonder if my grandmother made an industrial size fruit salad! ha...In all seriousness you made this question look so easy. Thank you!

Sep 19, 2014 • Reply

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