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I know a ratio compares two numbers. However, my niece came home with this homework question and I'm not sure what the answer would be. Complete the ratio scale 1 then a box is drawn 6 another box is drawn 4 16 then a box is drawn 8. Please Help Thanks

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    I am sorry, I cant decipher the description of the boxes. Generally, I would expect this to be a recognition of a ratio pattern: of one box, what is the ratio of the next box, and it kwould form a pattern...

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