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Jim's house is built on a 43⁄4 -acre plot of land. Jane's house sits on a 3-acre piece of land. Find the ratio of the size of Jim's land to the size of Jane's land.

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    Jim:Jane = 4 3/4 : 3 = 19/4 : 3 = 19:12

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