Q. 205.0( 1 Vote )

The following is A. 1:2

B. 2:1

C. 2:3

D. 3:2

Answer :

From the map, we can count the number of general stores is 6 and the number of the ground is 4.





Option (a) is not match to our solution. so it is not a correct answer.


(b) is not match to our solution. so it is not a correct answer.


(c) is not match to our solution. so it is not a correct answer.


(d) is the correct answer and matches our solution.

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