In Ms. Cabral's period 1 class, there are 15 girls and 12 boys. Use this information to answer questions 1 - 3.What is the ratio of girls to boys in lowest terms?
A.
5/4
B.
4/5
C.
5/9
D.
4/9
E.
9/4
2.
In Ms. Cabral's period 1 class, there are 15 girls and 12 boys. Use this information to answer questions 1 - 3.What is the ratio of boys to girls
A.
5/4
B.
4/5
C.
5/9
D.
4/9
E.
9/4
3.
In Ms. Cabral's period 1 class, there are 15 girls and 12 boys. Use this information to answer questions 1 - 3.What is the ratio of girls to total students in lowest terms?
A.
5/4
B.
4/5
C.
5/9
D.
4/9
E.
9/4
4.
Solve the following proportion for x.3 =154 xJust enter the numerical value of x.
5.
Solve the following proportion for x.
8 = x6 9
6.
You are making a scale model of a building. The windows of the building are 6 feet wide and 8 feet tall. On your scale model, the windows are 3 inches wide. How many inches tall are the windows on the scale model?
7.
You want to proportionally resize a picture that was originally 4 inches tall by 6 inches wide. If your new picture is 8 inches tall, how many inches wide would it be?
8.
If 6 pencils cost $2.00, how many dollars would 18 pencils cost at the same cost per pencil. Just give the answer numerically.
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Directions: ln each of the question-sets below are two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer
Statements: All stars are bottles.
Some bottles are papers.
No paper is a calendar.
Conclusions: I. All stars being papers is a possibility:
II. No calendar is a bottle.