If the ratio of 2a to 3b is 1:4, what is the ratio of 4a to 3b? How can I show that it's 1:2? (What's the algebra behind it?)
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Originally Posted by harold If the ratio of 2a to 3b is 1:4, what is the ratio of 4a to 3b? How can I show that it's 1:2? (What's the algebra behind it?) Hello, Multiply by 2 each side of the equation to obtain the desired ratio : Simplify : And you have your result
Oh god...LOL I'm such an idiot. Thanks Bacterius
Originally Posted by harold Oh god...LOL I'm such an idiot. Thanks Bacterius No problem, arcade champion
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