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anonymous

  • one year ago

Draw a picture to show how 2/3 of a Jake's pizza can be equal to 3/6 of a pizza from Al's.

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  1. Jack1
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  4. Jack1
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    if the pizzas are the same size, then 2/3rds of Jakes pizza = 4/6ths of Al's... are they different sizes?

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    no the problem is written exactly how it says

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  7. Jack1
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    als pizza is 1/3rd larger than jakes 2/3rds of jakes = 1/2 of als

  8. anonymous
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    i am just not understanding how 2/3 can be equal to 4/6, i know that if you make 2/3 into 4/6 then that would make the denominator equal, but i am not understanding what the question is asking

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  11. Jack1
    • one year ago
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    can u solve r and r2?

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    the square root of area/pi

  13. anonymous
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    so 9.9 and 11?

  14. Jack1
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    yep... and there are ur pictures |dw:1433748924969:dw|

  15. Jack1
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    sorry... als pizza area (total) should be 418... not 408... my bad

  16. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    ok so for this question: Al's pizza cost 6$. use your drawing to show how much jake's pizza should cost. would jakes pizza cost two more dollars because it would be 1/6 bigger and each 1/6 slice in Al's pizza would cost 2 dollars

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    als pizza costs 6$ als pizza = 1.333 times the size of jakes pizza so makes sense that als pizza = 1.333 times the cost of jakes pizza $A = 1.333 x $J $6 = 1.333 x $J 6 / 1.333 = $J

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  19. Jack1
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    the horizontal shaded bits are the same overall area

  20. Jack1
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    so as u can see... each 1/3 rd of Jakes is equal to 1/4th of Als... yeah?

  21. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yea thanks!

  22. Jack1
    • one year ago
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    cools @yvette123456 ;)

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