Juliana says that she can use the patterns of equivalent ratios in the multiplication table below to write an infinite number of ratios that are equivalent to 6: 10. which statement explains whether juliana is correct? she is correct because she can multiply 6 and 10 by any number to form an equivalent ratio. she is correct because 6: 10 can be written as 1: 2 and there are an infinite number of ratios for 1: 2. she is not correct because the multiplication table does not include multiples of 10. she is not correct because 6: 10 is equivalent to 3: 5 and there are only 9 ratios in the multiplication table that are equivalent to 3: 5.
Karima is correct
4:8 is equal to 4:8. You can put them in the calculator and divide them by 2 and you get the same equal answer. :)
Neither of them are equivalent to 2/3.
2/3 would be equal to 4/6, not 5/6.
4/5 can't be equivalent to 2/3 either.
No, the ratios are not equivalent to 2/3. To create an equivalent ratio, you need to multiply both numbers in the original ratio by the same number.
I took a test and it said that this was correct. I hope this helps!
Sample Response: No, the ratios are not equivalent to 2/3. To create an equivalent ratio, you need to multiply both numbers in the original ratio by the same number.
See picture below. Being that you did not provide possible answers, I don't know what answer you can choose from.
The ratios are equivalent and the ratios are proportional.
Shelley sold one customer 5 peanut butter biscuits for $3 and she sold another customer 7 beef treats for $4.20.
Therefore, the cost of 1 peanut butter biscuit is Dollars.
Again the cost of 1 beef treat is Dollars.
So, the cost of 1 peanut butter biscuit is equal to the cost of 1 beef treat.
Therefore, the ratios are equivalent and the ratios are proportional. (Answer)
The ratios are equivalent,and The ratios are a proportion.