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Look at the rectangle at right. Find the ratio of the shaded area to the area of the whole figure. Find the ratio of the shaded area to the unshaded area.

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  2. anonymous
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    How many little squares does the whole rectangle have?

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    32

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    Correct how many are shaded?

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    12

  6. anonymous
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    yes so for the whole area 32 you have 12 shaded so its 32:12 or 8:3

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    next find the number that are not shaded a= number not shaded a: 12 thats the second part

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    i got a for 32

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    Really you counted 32 squared that are not shaded?

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    no what i did was 8/3=A/12, then 3a=96 which i dived by 3 in both side that how i got 32

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    or 20

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