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Write each ratio as a fraction.
First, write –3 : –2, and 15 : 10 as fractions.
Divide the numerator and denominator of the first fraction by its common factor.
Next, divide the numerator and denominator of
by its common factor, –1.
Divide the numerator and denominator of the second fraction by its common factor.
Now, divide the numerator and denominator of
by its common factor, 5.
Compare the two fractions.
Next, compare the two fractions.
The two fractions are the same.
Two ratios that can both be named by the same fraction are called equivalent ratios.
So, the given pair of ratios is equivalent.
Therefore, the response is "yes."
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