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In Exercises $6-14, x=12, y=10,$ and $z=24 .$ Write each ratio in simplest form. $z : x : y$

$12 : 6 : 5$

substituting. We have 24 to 12. 10. We know these can all be divisible by two. 12 to 6 to five.

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substituting. We have 24 to 12. 10. We know these can all be divisible by two. 12 to 6 to five.

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