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    the first question is asking you to compare triangles to circles; so, how many triangles are there, and how many circles? IF there were 1 triangle and 1 circle they would be in a ratio 1/1. The second question asks you to evaluate two fractions, you can use a calculator to see the answer, but the way to do it is to multiply each fraction by a lowest common denominator

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