Math
posted by Kelly .
The bar graph below shows the numbers of various colors of cars owned by the employees of a certain business. Write five ratios (expressed as fractions in lowest terms) that compare the least popular color to each of the other colors.
There are:
2 yellow cars
4 tan cars
6 green cars
8 black cars
12 white cars
16 red cars

2/4 = 1/2
2/6 = 1/3
I'm sure you can take it from there. 
Where are you getting your fractions from? Are you doing 2 yellow cars over 4 tan cars?

yes she is. and then 2 yellow/ 6 green and so on.

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