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Ratio Solution [#permalink] New post 28 Dec 2004, 20:01
What is the best way to solve this question (or this type of questions)

What is the ration of 3/4 to the product of 4(3/4).
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Re: Ratio Solution [#permalink] New post 29 Dec 2004, 22:24
patrickpui wrote:
What is the best way to solve this question (or this type of questions)

What is the ration of 3/4 to the product of 4(3/4).



= 3/4:4(3/4)
=3/4:3
=3/4*1/3 (to remove the ration inverse the value after the ration sign)
=1/4
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