Problem

$\dfrac {3} {4}:\dfrac {5} {6}:\dfrac {2} {3}$

7th-9th grade

Algebra

Solution

Qanda teacher - Amibisu

Student

the answer is wrong please try it again

You need to express in ratio

the answer is 15:8

Qanda teacher - Amibisu

there is ratio between three no

how the ans is like this

what is the actual question

Student

in my book the answer is 15:8

And question is 3/4 : 5/6 : 2/3

Qanda teacher - Amibisu

can you send me the instructions what is to find

Student

ok sir just wait

is it??

Qanda teacher - Amibisu

yes the solution is correct

the answer in your book may be wrong

Student

ok sir thank you soo much ☺️

Qanda teacher - Amibisu

because you see clearly it is a ratio among 3 no how the answer is ratio between 2 no

Student

yes

thanks again

Qanda teacher - Amibisu

all the best dear

Student

thanks

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