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  1. help123please.
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  2. AriPotta
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    make a proportion

  3. timo86m
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    use proportions

  4. timo86m
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    ratios

  5. help123please.
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    I know. Buy the thing I do not is how to set it up.

  6. AriPotta
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    you did it last time :]

  7. timo86m
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    x corresponds to 22 i am pretty sure

  8. help123please.
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    Yes, but this time 'tis asking for 2 values.

  9. help123please.
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    It does, timo.

  10. AriPotta
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    15/21 = 22/x

  11. help123please.
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    thanks.

  12. help123please.
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    will there be 2 proportions?

  13. timo86m
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    well with the info arizona gave it is enought to solve :)

  14. help123please.
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    oh,ok. so both x and y are the same.

  15. AriPotta
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    no

  16. timo86m
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    norp

  17. timo86m
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    solve for x what ari did then use the value of x to set up another proportion :)

  18. help123please.
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    oh,ok. makes sense.:)

  19. timo86m
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    think of it like thist longest over longest = shortest over shortest = medium over medium :P

  20. help123please.
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    okay:)

  21. help123please.
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    hi again

  22. help123please.
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    let me post.

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