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Container A is filled with tea. An identical container, Container B, is filled with coffee. A teaspoon of tea is removed from Container A and added to the coffee in Container B and thoroughly mixed. Then a teaspoon of the mixture is removed from Container B and added to Container A.

Is the ratio of coffee to tea in Container A more or less than the ratio of tea to coffee in Container B?

Provide a clear explanation mathmatically!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    There's more tea than there is coffee between the two containers.

    P.S. Try to do your own hw.

  • 1 decade ago

    work towards this answer: the ratio of coffee to tea in Container A is EQUAL to the ratio of tea coffe in Container B.

    no way am i doing the whole problem for you. it's called logic...use it.

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