MATH
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a basketball player strikes out 3 times for every 2 hits he gets. If the player strikes out 15 times, how many hits does he get? If the player gets 46 hits, how many times does he strike out?

Use proportions.
Cross multiply and solve for x.
3/2 = 15/x
3/2 = x/46 
I still don't understand D:
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