Step: 1

Since 275 is 1 3 of 825 because 3 × 275 = 825.

Step: 2

That means 825 is 3 times as large as 275.

Step: 3

Therefore the product of 3142 × 825 will also be thrice as large as the product of 3142 × 275.

Correct Answer is : Product of 3142 × 825 is thrice as large as the product of 3142 × 275.

Step: 1

Since 130 is 1 5 of 650, because 5 × 130 = 650.

Step: 2

Therefore the product of 1265 × 130 will also be one-fifth of the product of 1265 × 650.

Correct Answer is : The product of 1265 × 130 is one-fifth of the product of 1265 × 650.

Step: 1

Since 40 is 1 2 of 80, because 2 × 40 = 80.

Step: 2

That means, 80 is twice as large as 40.

Step: 3

Therefore the product of 625 × 80 will also be double or twice as large as the product of 625 × 40.

Correct Answer is : The product of 625 × 80 is twice as large as the product of 625 × 40.

Step: 1

Since 125 is 1 2 of 250 because 2 × 125 = 250.

Step: 2

That means, 250 is twice as large as 125.

Step: 3

Therefore the product of 438 × 250 is also twice as large as the product of 438 × 125.

Correct Answer is : Product of 438 × 250 is twice as large as the product of 438 × 125.

Step: 1

Since 13 is 1 3 of 39, because 3 × 13 = 39.

Step: 2

That means, 39 is 3 times as large as 13.

Step: 3

Therefore the product of 39 × 43 will also be thrice as large as the product of 13 × 43.

Correct Answer is : Product of 39 × 43 is thrice as large as the product of 13 × 43.

Step: 1

Since 25 is 1 4 of 100, because 4 × 25 = 100.

Step: 2

Therefore the product of 650 × 25 will also be one-fourth of the product of 650 × 100.

Correct Answer is : Product of 650 × 25 is one-fourth of the product of 650 × 100.

Step: 1

Since 20 is 1 3 of 60 because 20 × 3 = 60.

Step: 2

That means, 60 is 3 times as large as 20.

Step: 3

Therefore the product of 2000 × 60 will also be thrice as large as the product of 2000 × 20.

Correct Answer is : Product of 2000 × 60 is thrice as large as the product of 2000 × 20.

Step: 1

Length and width of the flower shop are 50 yards and 12 yards respectively.

[Given.]

Step: 2

Length and width of bookstore are 25 yards and 12 yards respectively.

[Given.]

Step: 3

So, the area (50 yards ×12 yards) of flower shop is twice as large as the area (25 yards × 12 yards) of bookstore.

Correct Answer is : Flower shop is twice as large as bookstore.

Step: 1

The area of Henry's bedroom is 14 feet × 9 feet.

[Given.]

Step: 2

The area of John's bedroom is 7 feet × 9 feet.

[Given.]

Step: 3

Since 1 2 of 14 = 7 because 2 × 7 =14.

[Since length is same for both the rooms.]

Step: 4

That means, 14 feet is twice as large as 7 feet.

Step: 5

Therefore the area of Henry's bedroom (14 feet × 9 feet) will also be twice as large as the area (7 feet × 9 feet) of John's bedroom.

Correct Answer is : Henry′s bedroom is twice as large as John′s bedroom.

Step: 1

The area of Jim's picture is 6 cm × 9 cm.

[Given.]

Step: 2

The area of Diana's picture is 6 cm × 3 cm.

[Given.]

Step: 3

Since 1 3 of 9 = 3, because 3 × 3 = 9.

[Since width is same for both the pieces.]

Step: 4

That means, 3 is one-third of 9.

Step: 5

Therefore the area of Diana's picture (6 cm × 3 cm) will also be one-third of the area (6 cm × 9 cm) of Jim's picture.

Correct Answer is : The area of Diana′s picture is one-third of Jim′s picture.

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