Geometry
posted by Anonymous .
To solve for the following proportion, you could use equivalent ratios, divide out the known ratio, or use cross products. Choose one of these methods to solve for t. Show your work and explain why you chose that method.
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Math  Algebra
A. Solve the following quadratic equations. Make sure to show all your work. Do not use any method (e.g. factoring, completing the square, quadratic formula, graphing) more than twice. Use the graphing method at least once. 1. 3x+2 … 
prealgebra
how do i solve proportions??? please help!! And how do i kno what corrisponding sides are? 
math
To solve for the following proportion, you could use equivalent ratios, divide out the known ratio, or use cross products. Choose one of these methods to solve for t. Show your work and explain why you chose that method. 18/5 = 4/t 
MATH
To solve for the following proportion, you could use equivalent ratios, divide out the known ratio, or use cross products. Choose one of these methods to solve for t. Show your work and explain why you chose that method. eighteen over … 
Math
Which ratios does NOT form a proportion? 1. 24/96 , 27/108 2. 17/102 , 12/70 3. 21/51 , 35/85 4. 45/75 , 63/105 Which ratios form a proportion? 
Math I need help ASAP! I'm getting timed
Which ratios form a proportion? 1. 4/12 , 6/8 2. 16/12 , 3/4* 3. 3/2 , 15/14 4. 10/16 , 5/8 Which ratio forms a proportion with 9/15? 
MATH HELP
1. Which ratios form a proportion? Use equivalent ratios to test each pair. A. 4/9, 2/3 B. 6/15, 9/12 C. 12/16, 15/20 D. 18/ 20, 24/30 2. Which ratio forms a proportion with 20/30? 
Essential Algebra Readiness
1. Write the following ratio in simplest form: 32 minutes: 36 minutes A. 8:9 B. 8:36 C. 32:9 D. 128:144 I chose: A 2. In a sports equipment locker, there are 81 balls and 45 baseball mitts. Write the ratio of balls to mitts in simplest … 
math
Explain two ways that you can solve for R in the following division statement. Then, use one of your methods to find R. x^3+4x^23x=(x1)(x^2+5x+2)+R could you divide x^3+4x^23x by (x1) to get the quotion of (x^2+5x+2)+ the remainder … 
math
#1)Which ratio forms a proportion? Use cross products to test each pair. (A)15/40, 35/90 (B)18/22, 45/55 (C)12/55, 33/121*** (D)17/31, 32/45 #2)Which ratio forms a proportion with 20/30?