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If a:b=n,d, and b:c = n, d, then a) a:b:c = n, d, :n :d2:d, :d, c) a:bc = n, n, d, n, d, d, b) a:b:c = n, d, n, d,id d) None


Jagruthi Yadav

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09-Mar-21 21:24

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Option C is correct


sai t

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10-Mar-21 05:06

Could you be more specific with the question and the solution how the answer arrived? Please share the image of the question and the answer, so that we can look into it and help you in resolving your query.


Lavanya Chitturi

Lavanya Chitturi

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10-Mar-21 17:04

Sum number 31.

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Jagruthi Yadav

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10-Mar-21 20:04

Option C is correct

Yeah bt how can u give me some explanation


Jagruthi Yadav

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10-Mar-21 20:05

Yeah bt how can u give me some explanation

Here it is..

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Meda Jeevansai

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10-Mar-21 20:35

Yeah bt how can u give me some explanation

Make value of B same in both ratios by multiplying with a number and then combine all ratios ie A:B = n1:d1 multiply by n2 it will become A:B = n1n2:d1n2 same way B:C is n2:d2 multiply by d1 it will become n2d1:d2d1 Now combine both ratios as B value is common in both ratios A:B:C = n1n2: d1n2:d1d2


Sriram Somayajula

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10-Mar-21 20:38

Thank you sir ð???


Jagruthi Yadav

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10-Mar-21 21:06

Here it is..

Thanks sir ð???


Jagruthi Yadav

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10-Mar-21 21:06

Thanks sir ð???

I'm not sir, I'm student like you!


Meda Jeevansai

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10-Mar-21 21:11

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