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Homework Help: Math Ratio and Fractions

Posted by Dottie on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 5:26am.

The ratio of the length of Pole A to the length of Pole B is 4:5.
a. find the ratio of the length of pole A to the total length of the two poles.
b. what fraction of the length of pole A is the length of pole B.
c. what fraction of the length of pole B is the length of pole A.
d. what fraction of the total length of the two poles is the length of pole A.
e. what fraction of the total length of the two poles is the length of pole B?

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