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In an orchard, there are 16 apple trees, 22 orange trees, and a cherry tree. What is the ratio of apple trees to orange trees? OA. 1:22 OB 22:16 OC. 16:22 OD. 38:22​

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C. 16 : 22

Step-by-step explanation:


- Apple trees = 16
- Orange trees = 22
- Cherry trees = 1

Ratio of apples trees to orange trees:

⇒ apple : orange

⇒ 16 : 22
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The answer is option C. 16:22. This is because we’re comparing apple trees:orange trees. There are 16 apple trees and 22 orange trees. A ratio is just a comparison. Let me know if you need further explanation and I’ll be happy to help!
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