Erie had

Erie had 2 3/4 feet of snow in January and 1 5/6 feet of snow in February. Buffalo had 2 1/2 feet of snow in January and 1 2/3 feet of snow in February. How many times more snow did Erie have than Buffalo?

Correct answer:

n =  1 110 = 11/10

Step-by-step explanation:

e1=243=2+43=42 4+3=48+3=411=2.75 ft e2=165=1+65=61 6+5=66+5=6111.8333 ft  b1=221=2+21=22 2+1=24+1=25=2.5 ft b2=132=1+32=31 3+2=33+2=351.6667 ft  E=e1+e2=411+611=1233+1222=1233+22=1255=41274.5833 ft B=b1+b2=25+35=615+610=615+10=625=4614.1667 ft  n=E/B=1255/625=1255:625=1255 256=12 2555 6=300330=1011=1101=1.1

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