2 boys for every 3 girls 8 boys / 2 boys = 4 times the original ratio 4 times original ratio x 3 girls = 12 girls
13 to 17
In a class of 30, if there are 12 boys then there must be 18 girls. This would make the ratio: 18:12 or 3:2 (girls:boys)
Ok, if there is one girl to every nine boys, there are 10 kids in all. that means that if there are 2 girls, you have to double 9, making 18, adding up to 20. . so, 2 girls and 18 boys. If there are 4 girls, then multiply 9 times 4. 4x1 and 4x9. and then you get your answer.
A girls' locker room and boys' locker room both are common in many ways with size, appearance, etc. However, the only difference perhaps is the scent of both male and female.
The issue is that boys and girls can lie
You enter the sewer through the restrooms in the park (boys use the boys' room, girls use the girls' room).
what is the age limit for boys and girls to share a same room
Boys are not allowed in the girls' locker room.
*Duggars and there are 3 bedrooms one for the boys girls and then there's the parents room.
Male and Females together by room. Also can be girls in one room boys in the very next room