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The table shows numbers with the ratio x : y. Find the missing number.

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  1. divineNum
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    and where is the table?

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  2. satellite73
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    next to the chair

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  3. UnkleRhaukus
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    |dw:1338612951201:dw|

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  4. divineNum
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    given a blank table, there will be a blank answer.

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  5. UnkleRhaukus
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    its not my question,

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  6. Abbie23
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    Hmmmm

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  7. divineNum
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    yup i know, nharryman gave a blank problem.

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  8. Abbie23
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    The number could be like anything...is there more information?

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  9. nharryman
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    x 4 ? 36 42 y 20 120 180 210

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  10. divineNum
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    no info since it is missing :D

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  11. divineNum
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    oh there it is

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  12. Abbie23
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    Much better

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  13. satellite73
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    i am guessing that you are multiplying by 5

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  14. divineNum
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    24

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  15. nharryman
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    thanks

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  16. Abbie23
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    What Divine said...

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  17. UnkleRhaukus
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    \[\frac xy=\frac 4{20}=\frac{?}{120}=\frac{36}{180}=\frac{42}{210}=\frac 15\]

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    Ok :)

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