# HEELP ME! PLZZZZZZZZZZ ๐ญ

A survey of 100 people found that 35 people exercise in the morning, 45 people exercise in the afternoon, and 20 people exercise at night. Tara claims that 35:55, 45:80, and 20:65 are possible ratios from this data. Jim claims that 35:100, 45:100, and 20:100 are possible ratios from this data. Who is correct? Explain.

WTF IS DIS
can u help me???
sorry imma stoopid hooman

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What is that?

#confused

IDK

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This gave me a headacheโฆ

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Is it maths?

#I hate maths

Samee

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its to much numbers

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I found that?

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ty

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lmoaa
kinda random

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maths is annoying
i fucking hate it

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I fuckin double hate it
I mean whats worse than studying

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feel you

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HAI
yes i have another problem

The ratios in an equivalent ratio table are 3:12, 4:16, and 5:20. If the first number in the ratio is 10, what is the second number? Justify your reasoning.

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HELP ME PLZZ
@AMY20 tell me if u find the answer again

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Okay okay let me try

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I found it I think!!!

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wut is dis website

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I just copied your comment and pressed โlook upโ and it pops up๐ brainly.com

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ok tysm

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