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27 August, 22:59

Sarah claims that when you divide, the number you are dividing always gets smaller. John says this is not true. Who is correct? If John is correct, give a counterexample.

A) Sarah is correct.

B) John is correct. A counterexample is 4 : 5.

C) John is correct. A counterexample is 4 : 1.25.

D) John is correct. A counterexample is 4 : 1/2

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  1. 27 August, 23:56
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    D

    Step-by-step explanation:

    John is correct as Dividing does not always gets the quantity smaller for example if we divide 4 by 0.5

    We get

    4/0.5 = 8
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