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The figure above is made up of shaded and unshaded squares of the same size. What is the ratio of the number of shaded squares to the total number of shaded and unshaded squares?

(A) 13/5
(B) 8/5
(C) 5/8
(D) 1/2
(E) 5/13

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11 Nov 2017, 08:08
Bunuel wrote:

The figure above is made up of shaded and unshaded squares of the same size. What is the ratio of the number of shaded squares to the total number of shaded and unshaded squares?

(A) 13/5
(B) 8/5
(C) 5/8
(D) 1/2
(E) 5/13

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Total no of Squares is 13

Total no of shaded squares is 5
Total no of un shaded squares is 8

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the ratio of the number of shaded squares to the total number of shaded and unshaded squares?

$$= \frac{5}{13}$$, answer will be (E)

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