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Question: Hannah planted flowers next to the school playground she planted 2 daises 3 sunflowers and 4 tulips what is the ratio of the number of daises planted to total number of flowers

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Hannah planted a total of 2 daises + 3 sunflowers + 4 tulips = 9 flowers. So, the ratio of the number of daises planted to the total number of flowers planted is 2 to 9, or written as 2:9.

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