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I need help explaining ratios and proportions to my 6th grader

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75 pairs of number

London owns a hybrid suv that can travel 400 miles on a 15-gallon tank of gas. How many miles he can travel on 6 gallon

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Cameron is making bead necklaces .he has 90 green beads and 108 blue beads. What is the greatest number of identical necklaces he can make if he wants to use all of the beads?

I hate math you need to post all quizes this stupid confusing web site yall not giving help like this do the quizes that all

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at a baseball game, there were three times as many males as female. 5/6 of the males were boys and the rest were men. 2/3 of the females were girls and the rest were women. given that there were 121 more boys than girls, how many adults were there at the baseball game?

I read 1/5 of a book Monday. plan to read 1/10 everyday after that. how many days will the book be finished?

I need help in metric units

idk! math is so confusing!!!!!! :(

if John spent 100 dollars more than Peter, how much both boys spend

I thought this wed site will help me, but this is a wed site to go to different teachers in different schools! I AM LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO HELP ME NOT WAST TIME! This web site should at least say something to let us know what this web site is a about.

BTW r u guys jealous I go to the best school in the whole state it is I.S.187 CHRISTA MIQUALIFE

What are the problems that can be used using the GCF

38 of the total and 8 feet is equal to 4.75

use an example to describe multiplicative relationship between two equivalent ratios

Tbh, I dont know what '6th Grade' is. Im in year 7. I dont know if they are the same but yeah. Anyway for ratio and proportion we do questions like this:

1 cubic metre of garden soil weighs 1200kg.
10% of the soil is water.
The rest is compost, manure and stone.
The weights of these ingredients are in the ratio 4 : 2 : 3.
Work out the amount of compost, manure and stone required for 1 cubic metre of soil.
A gardener has a 15 cubic metre piece of land to fill and has 5 tonnes of stone, does he have enough?

I know how to work it out but all im gonna say is good luck :)