# In a year, there are 4 months that have 30 days. what is the ratio of the months with 30 days to the

###### Question:

what is the ratio of the months with 30 days to the months with other than 30 days?

## Answers

The answer is 4/8 which equals 1/2.

1 to 3. A. 12 months in a year and 4 months that have 30 days. 3 x 4 is 12 so A.

12-4 = 8

4 : 8

The ratio will be 1 : 2

ans is 1:2

Step-by-step explanation:

months with 30 days = 4

months with other than 30 days = 12 - 4 = 8

ratio = 4:8

= 1:2

The answer is 4:8 which simplifies to 1:2

Step-by-step explanation:

There are 4 months that have 30 days

in a year, there are 12 months in total.

So there are 12-4 = 8 months with other than 30 days.

The ratio of the months with 30 days to the months with other than 30 days is

4:8 which simplifies to 1:2

In a year, there's a total of 12 months. So if 4 of them have 30 days, then the rest don't: 12 - 4 = 8 months. So 8 months out of 12 don't have 30 days, and 4 out of 12 have 30 days.

So the ratio of the months with 30 days to the months with other than 30 days is 4/8. To simplify your answer, you divide both sides by 2 and you get a ratio of 1/2.

All in all, the ratio is 1/2.

Hope this helps! :)

Months with 30 days = 4

So, Months without 30 days = 12 - 4 = 8

Ratio would be: 4/8 = 1/2

In short, Your Answer would be 1/2

Hope this helps!

The obvious correct answer is A

Let father's age = x

son's age = y

Five years hence, age of father = x+5

age of son = y+5

So (x+5) = 3(y+5)

⇒ x =3y+10

Five years ago, age of father = x-5

age of son = y-5

So x-5 = 7(y-5)

⇒3y + 10 - 5 = 7y - 35

⇒ 4y = 40

⇒y = 10 <<<<<<<<son's age

x = 3y +10 = 40 <<<<<<father's age

Step-by-step explanation:

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