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  • 2 years ago

Match each pair of equivalent ratios: Term: 1. 10/25 2. 6to10 3. 13/20 4. 15:40 Definition: A. 3/4 B. 6to16 C. 2:5 D. 65% I really need somebodies help! Please and Thank you <3

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  1. dg123
    • 2 years ago
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    1-C,3-D,4-B

  2. dg123
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    and for 2, the option is wrong

  3. dg123
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    1---- 10/25 ------ both numerator and denominator has the greatest common factor as 5, so we devide both by 5 to get 2/5

  4. InsanityxP
    • 2 years ago
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    There is no 2/5 option only 3/4 :/

  5. dg123
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    13/20------ numerator and denominator do not have any factor common, so this implies it is the simplest form, so we can say that answer will be in the in percentage form, so 13/20= 13*100/20=65%

  6. dg123
    • 2 years ago
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    whhat do u want, we have to match the 1 with one of the correct answer, and option C is 2/5 only :/

  7. dg123
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    15/40= 3/8=6/ 16

  8. InsanityxP
    • 2 years ago
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    I really don't know what to do so I'm just going with your answers lol

  9. dg123
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    rest assured, u r right in followwing me

  10. InsanityxP
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    So, just to make sure I have this all correct, 1 is c, 2 is a, 3 is d, and 4 is b?

  11. dg123
    • 2 years ago
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    ya but 2 is incorrct, the answer for 2 is not there in the option

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