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Cesar's sixth- grade class sorted books in the library. The class sorted 45 books in 90 minutes. Write an equivalent ratio to find how long it would take to sort 120 books.

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  1. 45/ 90 = 120/x

    1/2 = 120/x

    x = 240

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  2. 240

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  3. 90 divided by 45 = 2
    The class sorts 2 books per minute.
    120 books
    120 x 2 is 240

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  4. I don't understand can someone explain is the answer 240 or 2??

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  5. Can someone explain

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  6. Can someone please explain how to get the answer

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  7. I got 240 is that right

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  8. 4 hours cause it cant be 240 hours

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  9. Of you divide 45 and 90 u will get 2 so it tales 2 minutes per book soo 120 x 2=240
    240=4 hours

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  10. well it took him 45:90 (45 books 90 mins)

    so all you have to is find out how many books per minute

    90/45=2

    so books per minute

    now do 120 x 2= 240

    ratio is now 240:120

    CHECK!

    divide 240 by 120 and you get 2

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