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five tenths = 5/10

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What is the ratio of hits to walks in lowest terms of Vaughn had 27 hits 2 strikeouts and 9 walks this baseball season?

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A security guard walks the equivalent of six city blocks when he makes a circuit around the building If he walks at a pace of eight city blocks every 30 minutes how long will it take him to complete?

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