Saleem wants to create a table of ratios that are equivalent to 2/3. he includes the ratios 4/5 and 5/6. are these ratios

Saleem wants to create a table of ratios that are equivalent to 2/3. he includes the ratios 4/5 and 5/6.

are these ratios equivalent to 2/3? explain your reasoning,

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  1. The ratios are equivalent and the ratios are proportional.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Shelley sold one customer 5 peanut butter biscuits for $3 and she sold another customer 7 beef treats for $4.20.

    Therefore, the cost of 1 peanut butter biscuit is [tex]\frac{3}{5} = 0.6[/tex] Dollars.

    Again the cost of 1 beef treat is [tex]\frac{4.2}{7} = 0.6[/tex] Dollars.

    So, the cost of 1 peanut butter biscuit is equal to the cost of 1 beef treat.

    Therefore, the ratios are equivalent and the ratios are proportional. (Answer)

  2. See picture below. Being that you did not provide possible answers, I don't know what answer you can choose from.

    [tex]Select all of the ratios that are equivalent to 1/2[/tex]

  3. Karima is correct

    Step-by-step explanation:

    4:8 is equal to 4:8. You can put them in the calculator and divide them by 2 and you get the same equal answer. 🙂

  4. Sample Response: No, the ratios are not equivalent to 2/3. To create an equivalent ratio, you need to multiply both numbers in the original ratio by the same number.

  5. No, the ratios are not equivalent to 2/3. To create an equivalent ratio, you need to multiply both numbers in the original ratio by the same number.

    I took a test and it said that this was correct. I hope this helps!

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