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Can you help with a math word problem on rates and ratios

  1. Ms. Sue


    What is your specific question?

  2. Bubble

    Whats the question?

  3. Steve

    use google to search for

    math word problem on rates and ratios

    and you will get lots of examples and discussions.

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