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the ratio of the following is 2:5 of peter to jane ... jane gave all of her money ehich is $ 75 so how much is 1 block????

help me i am in 1 grade idgt???

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    I don’t know how you define “1 block.”

    Jane’s amount factors into 15 * 5, therefore Peter would factor to 15 * 2 = 30.

    Is that what you mean by “1 block”?

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