## Answer :

[tex] \frac{1}{2} [/tex] = [tex] \frac{x}{x+1250} [/tex]

where x = number of skiers

Cross multiply:

x + 1250 = 2x

Solve for x:

-x = -1250

x=1250

To find the number of snowboarders, add 1250.

1250 + 1250 = 2500

1250 skiers and 2500 snowboarders bought season passes.

**Answer:**

The answer is; 1250 skiers and 2500 snowboarders.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The given ratio of 1:2 tells us that there is one skier to every two snow boarder.

Let the skier be represented by S.

Let the snowboarder be represented by B.

We can relate this condition as = 1:2 = S:B

Or we can say that 2S = B

[tex]B -S= 1250[/tex]

=> [tex]2S-S =1250[/tex]

**S = 1250 **

B = 2S = [tex]2(1250) =2500[/tex]

**B = 2500**

Answer is : 1250 skiers and 2500 snowboarders.