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Throughout Lewis Carroll’s book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice’s size change. Her normal height was about 50 inches tall. She came across a door, about 15 inches high that led to a garden. Alice’s height change to 10 inches so she can visit the garden.
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Brandon Lam Group Title
Throughout Lewis Carroll’s book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice’s size change. Her normal height was about 50 inches tall. She came across a door, about 15 inches high that led to a garden. Alice’s height change to 10 inches so she can visit the garden.
 3 years ago
 3 years ago

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soory I fogot the question.Here the question FInd the ratio of the height of the door to Alice's height in Wonderland.
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are you there?
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Can you help?
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it some one there?
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when you read something with ratio and they say find x to y (im using x and y as examples) just put it in the order they tell you...x/y. If they say find y to x then y/x. But it is 10/15. Reduces to 2/3. Decimal form is .3333.....
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