# Rational Equations Using Proportions - Page 2

Questions

- How do you solve #4/21=y/84#?
- How do you solve #2/(3+x) = 25#?
- How do you solve the proportion #5/9=x/63#?
- How do you simplify #(x+1)/3 = (2x-1)/4#?
- Beatriz is in charge of setting up a banquet hall. She has five tables that will seat six people each. If no more than 62 people will attend, how many tables seating four people each will she need?
- How do you solve #5/f=35/21#?
- How do you solve proportions?
- How do you solve #6/z=3/5#?
- Suppose that Kristin ate two hamburgers and drank three medium sodas, for a total of 1139 calories. Kristin's friend Jack ate seven hamburgers and drank two two medium sodas, for a total of 2346 calories. How many calories are in the hamburger?
- How do you solve #2/a = 4#?
- How do you solve #5/a=30/54#?
- How do you solve #5- ( n + 3) = - 1+ 2( n - 3)#?
- How do you solve the proportion #4/16 = s/8#?
- How do you solve #7/b=1/9#?
- How do you solve #(t+3)/5=(2t+3)/9#?
- How do you solve #3/7=(x-2)/6#?
- How do you solve #(x-6/5)/x-(x-10 1/2)/(x-5)=(x+21)/(x^2-5x)#?
- Number of ribbons it can sell each week, x, is related to the price p per ribbon by the equation x=900-100p. At what price should the company sell the ribbons if it wants the weekly revenue to be $1,800? (Remember: The equation for revenue is R xp)
- What is the solution to the proportion #(x+10)/(x-6) = x/(x+4)#?
- Combo meals originally sell for $7.94 and are now on sale at 10% off. What is the cost of the meal after the discount is deducted?