The ratio of the weight of an object on Planet A to the weight of the same object on Planet B is 100 to 3. If an elephant weighs 2800 pounds on Planet​ A, find the​ elephant's weight on Planet B. The​ elephant's weight on Planet B is ?

Lilliana Livingston 2022-07-25 Answered
The ratio of the weight of an object on Planet A to the weight of the same object on Planet B is 100 to 3. If an elephant weighs 2800 pounds on Planet​ A, find the​ elephant's weight on Planet B.
The​ elephant's weight on Planet B is ?
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Answered 2022-07-26 Author has 12 answers
given elephant weighs 2800 pounds on Planet​ A
let elephant's weight on Planet B be x
given ratio of the weight of an object on Planet A to the weight of the same object on Planet B is 100 to 3.
so 2800 x = 100 3 x = 3 2800 100 x = 84
therefore elephant's weight on Planet B is 84.
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