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anonymous
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Can you explain what that is? @peachpi
anonymous
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that's a proportion. It takes 1/5 gallons of water fills 2/3 of the bin. That ratio will be the same no matter how much water is actually in the bin. So to find out how much water is in a full bin, you put 1 where the 2/3 is and x is the unknown amount of water, and you set it equal to the known ratio.

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anonymous
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Ok
anonymous
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this works with either variable unknown, for example |dw:1434735111424:dw|
anonymous
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ok so
anonymous
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2 and 1/2
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=
anonymous
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1/5 2/3
anonymous
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Do you know how to divide fractions?
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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divide it
anonymous
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yes you need to divide \[\frac{ 1 }{ 5 }\div \frac{ 2 }{ 3 }\]
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3/10
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yep
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yes
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you're welcome

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