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Mark on Figure 1.6 the point D which is such that
ADC = 2:5
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Have you done the first part?
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Have you done the first part?
yes I got 3:10
But I don't know how to do the 2nd part
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yes I got 3:10
But I don't know how to do the 2nd part
3:10
2:5
Notice the difference between them?
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3:10
2:5
Notice the difference between them?
are they multiples of each other?
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yes I got 3:10
But I don't know how to do the 2nd part
So there are 10 'marks' on the line and you want to split it 2: 5 so ...
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So there are 10 'marks' on the line and you want to split it 2: 5 so ...
2.86:7.14 -I get it, thank you
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are they multiples of each other?
Well 5 is a multiple of 10 but 2 isn’t a multiple of 3, so yes and no. Perhaps I should rephrase what I wrote.
There are 10 marks, and the ratio is in 2:5. The ratio for the first question was 3:10. See what you have to do now?
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2.86:7.14 -I get it, thank you
um. That’s rather abstract. What did you do?
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Well 5 is a multiple of 10 but 2 isn’t a multiple of 3, so yes and no. Perhaps I should rephrase what I wrote.
There are 10 marks, and the ratio is in 2:5. The ratio for the first question was 3:10. See what you have to do now?
I think you may have misread the question - the first measure distance from A., the second doesn't.
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I think you may have misread the question - the first measure distance from A., the second doesn't.
Whoops…
Thanks for pointing that out
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Whoops…
Thanks for pointing that out
It's a bit sneaky tbf ..
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