MATH SOLVE

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# A scientist repeats Mendel’s experiment. The scientist got the following results: A table shows that 669 plants have purple flowers and 221 plants have white flowers. What is the ratio of purple flowers to white flowers? :1answer: 3.03

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Answer:3.03Step-by-step explanation:We use ratios to make comparisons between two numbers. The ratios can express in the following ways:
The ratio of purple to white flowers is:
669 purple to 221 white 669 purple : 221 white
669 purple/ 221 white = 3.03