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Q:
# three boys shared 12oranges in the ratio 2:3:6. how many did each get

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A:

They each got First Boy = 2.18 OrangesSecond Boy = 3.27 OrangesThird Boy = Step by Step • All Oranges = 12• Ratio = 2:3:6First Boy[tex] \frac{2}{(2 + 3 + 6)} \times 12 \: oranges[/tex][tex] \frac{2}{11} \times 12 \: oranges[/tex][tex] = 2.18 \: > 2 \: oranges[/tex]Second Boy[tex] \frac{3}{(2 + 3 + 6)} \times 12 \: oranges[/tex][tex] \frac{3}{11} \times 12 \: oranges[/tex][tex] = 3.27 \: > 3 \: oranges[/tex]Third Boy[tex] \frac{6}{(2 + 3 + 6)} \times 12 \: oranges[/tex][tex] \frac{6}{11} \times 12 \: oranges[/tex][tex] = 6.54 \: > 7 \: oranges[/tex]TOTAL: 2 + 3 + 7 = 12 ✅M_Chen