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4 November, 14:38

At the local farmers' market, Rita sold 60 peaches and 93 pears. Philip sold 62 peaches and 95 pears. Who sold a lower ratio of peaches to pears?

A. Rita

B. Philip

C. neither; the ratios are equivalent

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  1. 4 November, 16:02
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    A.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Rita's ratio of peaches to pears = 60/93 = 0.6451

    (divide the numerator by the denominator)

    Philip's ratio of peaches to pears = 62/95 = 0.6526

    Rita sold a lower ratio of peaches to pears.
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