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Fill in the blank.
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Six to 36 is equal to, blank, to six.
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In this question, we’re given two ratios that are equal or equivalent, six to 36 and something to six.
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We can scale ratios up or down by multiplying and dividing.
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Whatever we do to the right-hand side, we must do to the left-hand side.
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In this case, how can we get from 36 to six?
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36 divided by six is equal to six.
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As we have divided the right-hand side by six, we need to divide the left-hand side by six.
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Six divided by six is equal to one.
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The ratio six to 36 is equal to the ratio one to six.
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This means that the missing number is one.