In a restaurant, Chad tracked the number of children and adults that came in over an hour. During that time, 16 children and 40 adults came in the restaurant. What is the ratio of adults to children that came into the restaurant?
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40 : 16
divide 40 and 16 by a common factor
UMM i suck at math i literally am stupid lol i have no idea how to do that
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and theres like 4 other questions lol
you need a number which will divide exactly into 40 and 16 to get a smaller ratio.
for example we could divide each by 4
this will give
40/4 and 16 / 4
But there is another higher number which will give one of the above options
what do you think it is ?
what number greater than 4 will divide into 40 and 16?
theres alot of numbers greater than 4 but 6 maybe i dk im just guessing
8 is the one!
40 / 8 = ?
16 / 8 = ?
LOl - i misread your post I've told you the answer now.
lol its ok thanks
6 wont divide into 40 nor 16 but 8 will.
so what is the correct ratio?
do the 2 divisions
40/8 = 5
16/8 = 2
so its 5:2
40:16 = 5:2
ok could you help me with the other 4
I cant sorry
gotta go right now
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