How is sharing four carrots equally among five people different from sharing six carrots equally among seven people?


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The first ratio is 4/5 where as second ratio is 6/7

4/5 = (4*7)/(5*7) = 28/35

6/7 = (6*5)/(7*5) = 30/35

So, 6/7 > 4/5,

So seven peoples will get slightly more carrots than five peoples.
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Those sharing the 4 carrots each get 2/35 carrot less than those sharing the  6 carrots.

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