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Date Posted: 8 months ago
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Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
8 months ago
2/5 of Henry’s mass is equal to 3/4 of Ian’s mass.

In such cases, we make the numerators their same.

6/15 of Henry’s mass is equal to 6/8 of Ian’s mass.

Let 6/15 of Henry’s mass be 6 units. Then 6/8 of Ian’s mass is 6 units.

Then, Henry’s actual mass is 15 units and Ian’s actual mass is 8 units.

So, the ratio of Henry’s mass to Ian’s mass is 15 : 8.

Henry’s mass to total mass is 15/23.

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Need to understand some basic algebra.