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45 roses, plus some number of daffodils and tulips, are blooming in a garden. Four times as many daffodils as roses are blooming, and 15 more tulips than roses are blooming. Then a gardener uses all of the flowers to make identical bouquets. What is the maximum number of bouquets the gardener could have make?

 Feb 1, 2022
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There are \(4\) times as many daffodils as roses, which means that there are \(45 \times 4 = 180\) daffodils.

The second peice of information tells us there are \(15\) tulips than roses, meaning there is \(45+15=60\) tulips. 

We already know there are \(45\) roses.

 

We can not solve anymore, because we do not know how many flowers are in a bouquet.

 Feb 1, 2022
edited by BuilderBoi  Feb 1, 2022

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