anabanana wrote:

hi! i have a question from the Princeton Review math workout for the GRE.

hi! i have a question from the Princeton Review math workout for the GRE.

the question is as follows:

2g = 6h

Quantity A: the ratio of g to h

Quantity B: 1/3

the answer key says that the answer is A, and takes into account positive numbers. But my question is that if it doesn't specify that neither g nor h can be zero, isn't it a possibility that they are? So then the answer in that case would be D.

Is it wrong because g and h are separate variables?

Hi,

I donot understand why you want to put zero.

Since a fact is given i.e. 2g = 6h it has to satisfy always.

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