Find the ration a to b if given that: (a+2b)/11=b/3
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(a+2b)/11=b/3

or 3(a+2b) = 11b

or 3a +2b = 11b

or 3a = 11b-2b

or 3a = 9b

or a/b = 9/3 =3/1

So, a:b = 3:1

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