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Sec 2.4-Focus

# Sec 2.4-Focus - page 2.4 12 i 11 7 = 4 – 3y 14 j x 6 5 =...

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Ratios and Proportions page 2.4 - 11 Section 2.4 Focus Exercises 1. Use cross multiplication to determine whether the pair of fractions is equivalent or not. a) 18 12 ? = 3 2 b) 15 6 ? = 5 2 c) 4 12 ? = 5 10 d) 8 10 ? = 6 8 e) 12 30 ? = 8 15 f) 18 24 ? = 6 9 g) 20 30 ? = 8 12 h) 25 15 ? = 10 6 2. Solve for the variable in each proportion. a) 2 3 = x 6 b) 5 10 = 3 c c) x 6 = 21 14 d) 15 p = 30 4 e) 1 2 x = 1 8 f) 1 2 x = 1 4 9 g) x + 1 5 = 3 15 h) x + 3 12 = 7 6

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Unformatted text preview: page 2.4 - 12 i) 11 7 = 4 – 3y 14 j) x + 6 5 = x – 3 2 3. Solve each proportion. Write any improper fraction answer as a mixed number. a) 3 14 = x 21 b) 1 p = 10 8 c) 5 1 2 m = 11 6 d) x 3 1 8 = 8 5 e) 5x + 2 30 = x 3 f) 4 x = 16 2x + 7...
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