Bob, Rob and Chuck, invest $13,000,$22,000, and $18,000 respectively to build a yacht, after the yacht was built, Bob decided to sell his share of the investment to Rob and Chuck. how much would Rob and Chuck have to pay Bob, if they want to maintain the same ratio of their investment in the yacht?
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13000 + 22000 + 18000 = 53000
first find the ratio of Rob to Chuck at the beginning. Keep it as a simplified fraction
the answer I got, doesn't match the answer in the textbook
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that's not the whole problem. Just the 1st step. what did you get?
for Rob, I got 2.409, and for Chuck, I got 2.944
you're supposed to get 1 single FRACTION when you do the division above. You're just dividing fractions, like this example. You flip the 2nd fraction to its reciprocal and then multiply straight across