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why r u makin see attachments?
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O right I FORGOT THE ATTACHMENT.
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Because I need you to see the attachment; the problems are in the images I attach
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let us put Dominic and Felix's rate into ratio.
D = 150/25
F = 90/15
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Okay.
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I divide,yes?
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now you have to simplify the ratios or fractions so that it will give us the number of marshmallows per second.
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Okay.
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Truthfully, all four answers are hilarious. It's most obvious in choice B.
"Average Marshmellow Eating" is a rate or a number with units.
Felix is a human.
These cannot be compared.
If you would like to ignore that utter silliness, just calculate the two rates and see what you get.
150 MM / 25 sec = 6 MM/sec
90 MM / 15 sec = 6 MM/sec
The rates ar the same.
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its b. wow. thanks tk and C!
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Don't let the question writer off the hook. Totally mock them for writing such a silly question.
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thank you both.
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it's a mental exercise about simplifying fractions, I believe. The rest are there to put it analytically.