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a. Determine whether the ratios 10/20 and 30/60 can form a proportion by finding a common multiplier. b. Show that the ratios in part (a) are equal by writing them in simplest form. Please explain how you got the answers to these questions.

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    You know how to find common multipliers for just two numbers?

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    b) \[\frac{ 10 }{ 20 }=\frac{ 30 }{60 }=>10*60=20*30\] which is true

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