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easy explanation of this problem. . . . . of the 49 students in the club, 14 were girls. What was the ration of boys to girls in the club?

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  1. anonymous
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    14 girls 35 guys 35/14 = 5/2

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    49-14=35 14 girls 35 boys 35/14 simplified is 5/2

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    ratio of boys to girls is 5:2

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    anther way girls = 14/49 = 2/7 and so boys( 7/7 - 5/7 = 2/7)

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    I mean boys (7/7 - 2/7=5/7) so 5/7 of 49 is 35

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