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I need help with this question. (attatched) I have no idea where to start because I can divide a line when the ratio is in the form AB:BC but I don't know how to form that ratio in that sequence myself? Help, please. Thanks!
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I need help with this question. (attatched) I have no idea where to start because I can divide a line when the ratio is in the form AB:BC but I don't know how to form that ratio in that sequence myself? Help, please. Thanks!
Hi, without giving too much of the answer away, I'd say a good starting point is realising that the length BC is 100% of BC (pretty obvious ) and more importantly, that AB is 125% of BC (since it is 25% longer than BC). Comparing these percentages should lead you in the right direction.
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Hi, without giving too much of the answer away, I'd say a good starting point is realising that the length BC is 100% of BC (pretty obvious ) and more importantly, that AB is 125% of BC (since it is 25% longer than BC). Comparing these percentages should lead you in the right direction.
ooh okay, i think i understand what you mean!
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ooh okay, i think i understand what you mean!
i think i might be wrong, but is the ratio 5:4?
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i think i might be wrong, but is the ratio 5:4?
5:1 say BC = 100%, AB = 25% longer therefore AB = 125% and BC = 100% = 125:25 = 5:1
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5:1 say BC = 100%, AB = 25% longer therefore AB = 125% and BC = 100% = 125:25 = 5:1
Its in the form AB:BC
so like you said AB is 125%
and BC is 100%
so wouldn't it be .. 125:100 = 25 : 20 = 5 :4
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Its in the form AB:BC
so like you said AB is 125%
and BC is 100%
so wouldn't it be .. 125:100 = 25 : 20 = 5 :4
Sorry ye. You’re right. You can tell I’m half asleep 😂 . You’re right it’s 5:4
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Sorry ye. You’re right. You can tell I’m half asleep 😂 . You’re right it’s 5:4
no thats okay! 😂
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Sorry ye. You’re right. You can tell I’m half asleep 😂 . You’re right it’s 5:4
Would you mind if I asked you for help with another question similar to this one?

(I'm really bad at wrapping my head around ratios)
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Sorry ye. You’re right. You can tell I’m half asleep 😂 . You’re right it’s 5:4
did you attempt the second question
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Would you mind if I asked you for help with another question similar to this one?

(I'm really bad at wrapping my head around ratios)
I've attatched the question if you say yes

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did you attempt the second question
yes I got that C is (7, -8)
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Again, I don't know how to put this in the form AB:BC
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Again, I don't know how to put this in the form AB:BC
Any help would be appreciated, thank you!
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Again, I don't know how to put this in the form AB:BC
How would you think of starting it? That's where you're struggling the most I think so it'll be good for you to guess then get hints from there. Don't worry about getting it wrong, just post anything you understand from the question!
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