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Use cross products to demonstrate whether or not the two ratios are equivalent: 4/6 and 14/21 I am terrible with fractions urf

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    That would basically mean you have proportions.

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    Cross Multiplying basically would have you... Multiply first... 4 * 21 = 84 Then you can multiply 6 * 14 = 84

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    Yes, they are equivalent!

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