7th grade Math
posted by Rebekah .
Find the next three numbers in this sequence and explain the reasoning;
2/3, 2/5, 6/25, 18/125,...

7th grade Math 
MattsRiceBowl
Keep multiplying by 2/5

7th grade Math 
MattsRiceBowl
Keep multiplying by 3/5. (Sorry. Typo)

7th grade Math 
rabia
20 pints how many gallons
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