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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 2220 Determining

Instructions and Help about Will Form 2220 Determining

Determine how many times larger one quantity is compared to the other in this example we're going to use a ratio to figure out how many times more there is of one thing than the other so we're given here two tables and eight chairs okay so we have two tables and eight chairs and the first thing we want is the ratio of the number of chairs to the number of tables so let's start off here and we have eight chairs and we have two tables so our ratio is going to be eight to two now Part B says there are blank times as many chairs as tables well if I know that if I have eight chairs I have two tables remember I can also write this as a fraction I can write this as 8 over two which is going to give me four times as many.

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