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iiAriana

  • one year ago

Which unit rate is equivalent to 14 miles per gallon? A. two gallons over thirty two miles B. thirty two miles over two gallons C. three miles over forty two gallons D. forty two gallons over three miles

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  1. Jamierox4ev3r
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    think of this unit rate as a ratio and we know that all ratios can be expressed as fractions. Since the problem is telling us that the rate is 14 miles per gallon, this can be rewritten like this: \(\large\frac{14}{1}\) ^ you following me so far?

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