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Simplify`20 \text(cents):50 \text(cents)` (2)`:` (5)
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A ratio compares quantities of the same type given in the same units.Divide both sides by their highest common factor`20` `:` `50` `20``divide10` `:` `50``divide10` `10` is the highest common factor `2` `:` `5` `2:5` 
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Simplify`50:20:30` (5)`:` (2)`:` (3)
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A ratio compares quantities of the same type given in the same units.Divide all ratios by their highest common factor`50` `:` `20:30` `50``divide10` `:` `20``divide10``:30``divide10` `10` is the highest common factor `5` `:` `2:3` `5:2:3` 
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Simplify`3.5:1.5` (7)`:` (3)
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A ratio compares quantities of the same type given in the same units.Divide both sides by their highest common factor`3.5` `:` `1.5` `3.5``divide0.5` `:` `1.5``divide0.5` `0.5` is the highest common factor `7` `:` `3` `7:3` 
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Simplify`3/4:1/4` (3)`:` (1)
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A ratio compares quantities of the same type given in the same units.Remove the fraction by cancelling out the denominator`3/4` `:` `1/4` `3/4``times4` `:` `1/4``times4` Multiply both sides by `4` `3` `:` `1` `4/4=1` `3:1`
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