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The ratio of seven dimes to three quarters. It wants me to write this ratio in simpliest form. I really need to understand how to do this. I have a few more like this that I have to do.

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They should have specified if they want the value ratio (70cents/75cents = 14/15) or the "number of coins" ratio, 7/3.

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