I don't get this question. Without writing 3/5 and 9/15 in simplest form or using the Cross-Products Property, how can you tell wether the ratios form a proportion?

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I don't get this question. Without writing 3/5 and 9/15 in simplest form or using the Cross-Products Property, how can you tell wether the ratios form a proportion?

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it's basically asking, how we can show that 3/5 and 9/15 are equal WITHOUT cross-multiplying or reducing them to simplest form
one way we could do this is simply to divide the numerator by the denominator 3/5 = 0.6 9/15 = 0.6
I know but I only know how to simplify and use cross multiplying.

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