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If 3/4 of the employees in a supermarket are not college graduates,what is the ratio of the number of college graduates to those who are not college graduates?
I have solved ,please check it.
Let x total employees
(3/4)× not graduates
So (1/4)x are graduates
Ratio graduates to not graduates is
1/4x:3/4x
1/4:3/4
1:3
am i correct?

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