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Homework Help: Maths

Posted by Zayn on Sunday, September 30, 2012 at 7:01am.

The ratio of the volume of water in Jug A to the volume of water in Jug B is 2:5.
A.) If half of the water in Jug A is poured into Jug B, what is the new ratio of the volumes of water in Jug A to Jug B?
B.) If half of the water in Jug B is poured into Jug A, what is the new ratio of the volumes of water in Jug A to Jug B?
C.) If 1/3 of the water in Jug A is poured into Jug B, what is the new ratio of the volumes of water in Jug A to Jug B?

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