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find the value of x in the given ratio 1) 2/3 =x/15 2) 2x/5=14/30 3) 6/10=30/x 4) 12/4x=60/10

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    now u try the rest :)|dw:1347989966156:dw|

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  2. ayojenn
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    @angela210793 i do the same for all the other ones?

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    @biancataylor515 don't post just the answer...try to teach him/her how to solve these

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  4. angela210793
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    yea...u usually crossmultiply when u have this kind of probs

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    i removed it @angela210793

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    ok ima try to do one & let me know if its like that k?

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    okk :)

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    wait im confused in this one

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    |dw:1347990717625:dw|

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    |dw:1347991306613:dw|

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    so for this one its like this?

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    |dw:1347991507101:dw|

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    @angela210793

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    that looks fine to me :)))

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    yay ok let me try the other one

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    |dw:1347991958794:dw|

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    is it 0.75?

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    |dw:1347992112717:dw|

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  19. angela210793
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    u get your mistake...u multiplied 4*40 not 4*60 as u should have :)

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    ohh lol ok thanks

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