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HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :O A company states that the ratio of the number of people that prefer its brand of toothpaste to another brand is 4 to 2. a. Is this a part-to-part ratio or a part-to-whole ratio? b. Describe in words what the ratio means. c. What is another way to write the ratio? d. What is the simplified form?

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A) part to whole B) the ratio of 4:6 means that four people liked the tooth paste liked it and 6 people tested it. Therefore 4 out of 6 people liked it C) 6:4(6 people tested it and 4 people liked it) D) 2:3
a. That is a part-to-whole b. For every six people, 4 liked it and 2 disliked c. 6:3 d. 2:1
your both is the same anyways.. thanks guys!

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TIGER, see the last two, Rohan has the last two wrong. Rohan, please check again.

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