Question (HELP PLEASEE SOMEONE I’LL GIVE BRAINLIESTT if correct) If b/a=c/b=d/c=2/3, find the value of a:b:c:d

Answer: 3:3:2:3 Step-by-step explanation: b/a = 2/3 = b is 2 a is 3 c/b = 2/3 = c is 2 b is 3 d/c=2/3 = d is 2 c is 3 All you have to do to solve this question is to lay out all the variables and see which number matches with which. Log in to Reply

Answer: might be c Step-by-step explanation: a − b/c − d = 2 and a − c/b − d = 3 will hold for any values of a, b, c and d as long as b≠0; c≠0 b/c − c/b = 1 and a − d = 2 + b/c If you let x = b/c, b/c − c/b = 1 becomes x − 1/x = 1 ⇒ x2 − x − 1 = 0 ⇒ x = 1.618 or x =−0.618. So b/c = 1.618 or b/c =−0.618 is required. The values of a, b, c and d are arbitrary subjected to b/c = 1.618 or b/c =−0.618 and a − d = 2 + b/c. Let c and d be the free variables, and let x = d/c then a − d/b − c = (1 − c/b)x + 2 + c/b Log in to Reply

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