# Here are two paint mixtures: • 3 cups of white and 4 cups of blue. • 6 cups of white and 8 cups of blue. Both mixtures make the same

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The mixture that is an equivalent ratio is:

1.5 white 2 blue

Step-by-step explanation:

a) Data and Calculations:

Mixtures of the same color because they are in equivalent ratios:

3 cups of white and 4 cups of blue: equivalent ratio = 0.75: 1 (75%) since 3/4 = 75%

6 cups of white and 8 cups of blue. equivalent ratio = 0.75: 1 (75%) since 6/8 = 75%

Other mixtures:

5 cups white 6 blue: equivalent ratio = 0.83: 1 (83%) since 5/6 = 83%

1 white 1 1/2 blue: equivalent ratio = 0.67: 1 (67%) since 1/1.5 = 67%

4 white 3 blue: equivalent ratio = 1: 75 (1.33%) since 4/3 = 1.33%

1.5 white 2 blue: equivalent ratio = 0.75: 1 (75%) since 1.5/2 = 75%

Therefore, the mixture with equivalent ratio as the initial mixtures is 1.5 while 2 blue.

I- but aren’t both ratios the same so they both equivalent

The mixture that is an equivalent ratio is:

1.5 white 2 blue is the answer to the question

Here are two paint mixtures: • 3 cups of white and 4 cups of blue. • 6 cups of white and 8 cups of blue. Both mixtures make the same color because they are in equivalent ratios. Which of these mixtures is also in an equivalent ratio? 5 cups white 6 blue 1 white 1 1/2 blue 4 white 3 blue 1.5 white 2 blue.

.there can be infinite values of m and n that can satisfy the above equation. for each value of m of m or n. there maybe infinite sets of solution for the above

step-by-step explanation:

answer: 75°

step-by-step explanation:

∠esk is the supplement of ∠edk, so is 100°. ∠esd = 1/2·arc ed, so is 25°.

since ∠esk = ∠esd + ∠dsk

you have 100° = 25° + ∠dsk . .

fill in known values 75° = ∠dsk . . . . .

subtract 25°

step-by-step explanation:

[tex]Basic circle problem given: measure of arc ed = 50°, m∠edk = 80° find: ∠dsk[/tex]