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Kuti kuti is a traditional children's game played in Singapore. Israel bought some kuti kuti pieces last week. 

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 of the kuti kuti pieces are red. The remaining kuti kuti pieces are either blue or green. The blue kuti kuti pieces are 7 times as many as the green ones. How many kuti kuti pieces are there altogether if there are 63 blue kuti kuti pieces?

 Feb 19, 2020
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It is known that the number of Blue is seven times the number of Green: \(B=7\cdot G\) 
Also that, \(B=63\). Then calculate green: 

\(B=63=7\cdot G \Rightarrow G=63/7=9\).

The pieces altogether is \(B+G+R=63+9+23=95\)

Assuming there are 23 pieces of red kuti kuti.

hoped i helped

 Feb 19, 2020

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