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- anonymous

Which unit rate is equivalent to 15 miles per gallon?

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Which unit rate is equivalent to 15 miles per gallon?

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- Mehek14

any options?

- anonymous

yes give me a sec

- anonymous

Which unit rate is equivalent to 15 miles per gallon?
thirty miles over three gallons
three gallons over thirty miles
four gallons over sixty miles
sixty miles over four gallons

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- Mehek14

so which one do you think is equal to \(\dfrac{15}{1}\)

- anonymous

thats what i was having a hard time with i couldn't decide whether it was a or b

- anonymous

alright so if you have 15/1=15 which choice do you believe might equal to 15?

- anonymous

umm a

- Mehek14

simplify \(\dfrac{30}{3}\) and you get \(\dfrac{10}{1}\)

- Mehek14

so not equal to \(\dfrac{15}{1}\)

- Mehek14

so it's not going to be A

- anonymous

ok

- Mehek14

and it's not going to be B or C because they flip it

- anonymous

alright so if you put each of the answers as a fraction and divide you will find your answer

- Mehek14

so check D
\(\dfrac{60}{4}\)

- Mehek14

if you divide \(\dfrac{60}{4}\) by 4, you get \(\dfrac{15}{1}\)

- anonymous

so simplify so i tried simplifying every thing else and i got b

- Mehek14

B is just like A just flipped so for A you got \(\dfrac{10}{1}\), for B it's just flipped = \(\dfrac{1}{10}\)

- anonymous

thanks

- Mehek14

so it's not B

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