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Which ratio is equivalent to 3 : 11?

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well it equal 0.27272727272727272727... do we agree?
A. 9 : 22 B. 12 : 45 C. 15 : 55 D. 18 : 77
ahh now u tell me :P

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3:11 is already a ratio, and 0.(27) is it's infinite decimal representation 5/55
it would be c :P
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because it is 3:11 times by 5
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A. 20/170 B. 2/15 C. 5/42 D. 20/95
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