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# What's the relationship between the ratios 10/24 and 5/12

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Afactory adds 3 red drops and 2 blue drops of coloring to white paint to make each pint of purple paint. the factory will make 50 gallons of the purple paint.how many drops of red and blue coloring will the factory need in the 50 gallon batch of purple paint.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 19:20

1- what do you think the product of a nonzero rational number and an irrational number is? is it rational or irrational? make use of variables, the closure property of integers, and possibly a proof by contradiction to prove your hypothesis.2- why do we have to specify that the rational number must be nonzero when we determine what the product of a nonzero rational number and an irrational number is? if the rational number were 0, would it give us the same result we found in the first question?

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We just started the introduction into circles and i have no idea how to do this.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 22:00

Aprofessional hockey team has noticed that, over the past several seasons, as the number of wins increases, the total number of hot dogs sold at the concession stands increases. the hockey team concludes that winning makes people crave hot dogs. what is wrong with the hockey team's conclusion? a) it does not take into account the attendance during each season. b) it does not take into account the number of hamburgers sold during each season. c) it does not take into account the number of concession stands in the hockey arena. d) it does not take into account the number of seasons the hockey team has been in existence.

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