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Jordan is responsible for making trail mix for his youth group's camping trip. Jordan mixed 3/4 of a pound of peanuts with 1 1/4 pounds of granola. He needed more trail mix. To make the new batch of trail mix, he used exactly 1 pound of granola. Using the same ratio, how many pounds of peanuts should Jordan use to make the new batch of trail mix?

 Jan 14, 2019
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As a ratio:

 

3/4 p / (1 1/4 g)  = ?p/ (1 g)

3/4 / (1 1/4)  * 1 = 3/5 p                        Needs 3/5 pound of peanuts

 Jan 14, 2019
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thank you so much

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