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Which pair of ratios can form a true proportion?
A) 1/2, 6/10
B) 6/8, 5/20
C) 3/5, 6/10
D) 3/9, 7/80

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    P.S. If you took this test before, can you PLEASE give me some answers to the whole test???

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    should not even say that

  • @Missy Darlin' -

    The Weekend is right. Asking for answers is cheating and can get you banned from posting here.

  • Math >:( Help please!!! -

    I'm sorry. Can you tell me how to answer the question that I wrote? Not the answer? Sorry.

  • Math >:( Help please!!! -

    I just really suck at math.

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    Simplify the fractions and find out which pairs are equal.

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