In a jar here are 60 green balls and 45 blue balls. 1) How many green balls must be added to the jar so that the fraction of green balls in the jar becomes 2/3, and 2) how many blue balls must be dropped in the jar so that the fraction of blue balls in the jar becomes 3/4?

# TJ Prep Problems

TJ test prep practice problems for our students and readers. The problems provide a very small sampling of what Optimal TJ Prep students work with.