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\caption{Separations r for quadruple star systems}
\label{tab:threecols}
\end{table}
\subsection{Flux ratios}
Finally, I determined the flux ratios, the ratios of the peaks in flux, for the components of the sources. To calculate these flux ratios, I have to subtract the background from the peak values before dividing both. I calculated the flux ratios of $2$ sources A and B fr via
\begin{equation}
fr = \frac{\text{peak in flux of source A} - \text{background}}{\text{peak in flux of source B} - \text{background}}
\end{equation}
and calculated the errors of fr via the Gaussian error propagation.\\
I measured the following flux ratios fr for the UY Aur A system:
\begin{table}[h]
\centering
\begin{tabular}{l|ll}
UY Aur A & fr$_{A/B}$ & $\Delta$fr$_{A/B}$ \\
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- Explains how they calculated the flux ratios of $2$ sources a and b.
- Explains that fr = fractextpeak in flux of source a -.
- Explains that they have done the same calculations for their other observed sources and they got the following flux ratios.
- Describes tau & fr$_a/b$, $delta$fr
- Describes haro $6$-$37$ & fr$_a/b$, $delta$fr$
- Describes the uz tau e-w, fr$_a/b$, and $delta$fr$
- Explains that hbc $358$ & fr$_a/c$ and $delta$fr$

\hline LI 30$\%$& 12.8663 & 5.2105 \\ HI 30$\%$& 75.8071 & 7.0055 \\ \end{tabular} \caption{Flux ratios fr for UY Aur A system} \label{tab:threecols} \end{table} \\ I have done the same calculations for my other observed sources and I got the following flux ratios: \paragraph{Binary sources} $\;$ \begin{table}[H] \centering \begin{tabular}{l|ll||l|ll} GG Tau A & fr$_{Aa/Ab}$ & $\Delta$fr$_{Aa/Ab}$ & ISTau & fr$_{A/B}$ & $\Delta$fr$_{A/B}$ \\ \hline

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