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There are 18 monkeys, 6 gorillas, and 15 other apes in the Primate House at the zoo. Write different combinations of animals that have the following ratios: 1. 1:3 2. 5:13 3. 6:5 4. 6:7 5. 8:5

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    1) gorillas : monkeys

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    Try for others yourself. Do you have any doubt in ratio's?

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    how?

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  4. abdul_shabeer
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    gorillas = 6 monkeys = 18 6:18 = 1:3

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    okay but how

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  6. abdul_shabeer
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    What how?

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    i don't understand how to write the combinations

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    the way you described

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    There are 6 gorillas and 18 monkeys 6:18=1:3 Gorillas : Monkeys = 6:18=1:3

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    Look from which combination you will get the ratio as 1:3

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    okay

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