The heights of three plants A, B and C in a garden are in the ratio 2 : 3:5. Their mean height is 30 cm. (1) Find the height of Plant B

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The heights of three plants A, B and C in a garden are in the ratio 2 : 3:5. Their mean height is 30 cm.
(1) Find the height of Plant B.
(ii) If another Plant D is added to the garden such that the mean height of the four plants is now 33 cm, find
the height of Plant D.​

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