# Math

At the potluck , there were 6 pecan pies, 7 lemon pies, 13 cherry pies, and 8 apple pies. Find the ratio of apple pies to the total number of pies. Write the ratio in simplest form. Then explain its meaning.

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1. 8:34.

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3. Or to simplify: 4:17. Use this answer..

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4. Ratios and rates

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5. 0.18

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