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If 2A=3B=4C, then A:B:C is :-

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    @amistre64 @ash2326 plz help

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    if 2a = 3b; then what is the ration a:b or rather, a/b ?

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    a:b

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    what is the ration a:b; solve for a/b

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    *ratio

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    a/b=3/2

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    right ?

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    yes; so a=3, b=2 for now, so solve for c knowing that 3b = 4c and b=2

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    6/4=c c=3/2

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    good now lets look at what we have:\[3:2:\frac{3}2{}\] i dont think they like fractions in these things so would you say we can keep the same ratios by multiplying it all by 2?

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    yup

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    6:4:3

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    i like that result :)

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    Thanx !

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    lets dbl chk 2A=3B=4C 6 4 3 ----------- 12=12=12 yay!!

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    right :)

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