# Algebra

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To determine the question use Frogs F and G are 5cm to cube and 40cm to cube.
a. Ratio
What are ratio volumes and surface areas for a frog? (The formula for figuring out this data A correlation V square=2/3
Ratio Volumes: Surface areas:
b. Toxin
Let us say that Frog F absorbs 0.015 mL of a certain toxin, then how much would Frog G absorb? mL.
c. Concentration
In order to figure out concentration of a toxin amount for the frog we would divide by the volume. What would the concentration be for frog F and frog G.
Concentration
Frog F:
Frog G:

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-3×+2y=11
3×-4y=-19

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