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Simon's hockey team won 34 games, lost 8 games, and tied 6 games. What is the ratio of games won to total games played? A. 17 : 21 B. 17 : 24 C. 34 : 40 D. 34 : 42
Simon's hockey team won 34 games, lost 8 games, and tied 6 games. The ratio of games won to total games played is 17 : 24. 34 + 8 + 6 = 48; 34 : 48 = 17 : 24
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Simon's hockey team won 34 games, lost 8 games, and tied 6 games. The ratio of games won to total games played is 17 : 24.
34 + 8 + 6 = 48; 34 : 48 = 17 : 24
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