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There are 22 events at an indoor track and field meet. the ratio of track events to field events is 8:3. How many of the events are track events?

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  1. 8 + 3 = 11

    22/11 = 2

    2 * 8 = 16 track events

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    8/11 = x/22

    11x = 176

    x = 16

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  4. Tysm this helped with my homework when my teacher forgot to explain :)) <33

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