Ontario 09 Applied (MFM1P)
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Dividing a quantity into a given ratio

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How many parts are there in the ratio $20:3$20:3?

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$20$20 is divided into two parts, $A$A and $B$B, in the ratio $3:2$3:2.

$25.9$25.9 is divided into two parts, $A$A and $B$B, in the ratio $5:2$5:2.

James and John share $\$77$$77 in the ratio $5:2$5:2.

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9P.NA1.05

Solve problems involving ratios, rates, and directly proportional relationships in various contexts (e.g., currency conversions, scale drawings, measurement), using a variety of methods (e.g., using algebraic 15 20 x 4 reasoning, equivalent ratios, a constant of proportionality; using dynamic geometry software to construct and measure scale drawings)

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