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1. Hi there, I really need some help on this last question on a maths paper. Please help! The question is attached on this post. Any help would be greatly appreciated xx
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2. (Original post by TheDoctor11)
Hi there, I really need some help on this last question on a maths paper. Please help! The question is attached on this post. Any help would be greatly appreciated xx
(10.5 divided by 0.007) x two thirds

edit: To find the number of pieces of paper in the tall pile, you take the known height and divide by the width of each piece of paper to find the total number. Then multiply by two thirds since it's in the ratio 3:2 to arrive at the answer
3. (Original post by c-rated)
(10.5 divided by 0.007) x two thirds

edit: To find the number of pieces of paper in the tall pile, you take the known height and divide by the width of each piece of paper to find the total number. Then multiply by two thirds since it's in the ratio 3:2 to arrive at the answer
thank you so much!!!!
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5. Worked solution

1. Where two ratios are equal, it can be expressed as an equation of two fractions.
2. Let the unknown be
3. So = =
4. Solve for
5. cm = 10.5 cm divided by = 10.5 cm
6. = 7
7. If cm per sheet, then = 1000 sheets

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