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An object that weighs 10 ib on earthwould weigh only 4 ib on mars. If you weigh 95il on earth, how much would you weigh on mars?

The ratio (earth weight)/(Mars weight) stays the same.
Solve this equation:
10/4 = 95/x
x = (4/10) * 95
x = ? 
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