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- Ratio: Think units and you're on your way! > Ratio Exercise 14 > 1
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Jake and Robert have some money.

If Jake gives $16 to Robert, the ratio of Jake’s money to Robert’s money becomes 1:6.

If Robert gives $16 to Jake, the ratio of Jake’s money to Robert’s money becomes 3:4.

(a) How much money has Jake?

(b) How much money has Robert?

*Notes to students:**If the question above has parts, (e.g. (a) and (b)), given that the answer for part (a) is 10 and the answer for part (b) is 12, give your answer as:10,12*

The correct answer is :

**32,80**