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juniorspg

  • 2 years ago

In one week, Kean ate a total of 8 ounces of grains at breakfast, 14 ounces of grains at lunch, and 16 ounces of grains at dinner. Which of the following shows a simplified ratio of his servings of grain at breakfast to his total weekly servings of grain?

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  1. sheg
    • 2 years ago
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    Which of the following shows a simplified ratio of his servings of grain at breakfast to his total weekly servings of grain? where it is?

  2. juniorspg
    • 2 years ago
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    a) 4:15 b)4/19 c)15 to 19 d)19:4

  3. sheg
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    what is his total serving of a week

  4. juniorspg
    • 2 years ago
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    38, i think if you add 8 + 14 + 16 = 38

  5. juniorspg
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    because it doesn't says

  6. sheg
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    right now in breakfast total serving is equal to

  7. juniorspg
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    8

  8. sheg
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    now u got the ratio \[{Breakfast Serving}\over{Total Serving}\]

  9. sheg
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    so it is equal to how much???

  10. juniorspg
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    divide 8/38 = 0.210526315

  11. sheg
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    dont divide it ratio is \[{4}\over{19}\]

  12. juniorspg
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    if i don't divide what do i do?

  13. sheg
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    keep it in the fraction form as i have kept it because you have to find out the ratio not in decimals

  14. juniorspg
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    ohh, okay thanks by the way

  15. sheg
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    what i did you have solved it on your own

  16. juniorspg
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    i just realize that lol

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