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# What is ratio?

A ratio is a comparison of like quantities measured in like units or quantities and or quantities of the same kind.

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A ratio is a comparison of like quantities measured in like units or quantities and or quantities of the same kind.

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A ratio is a comparison between two quantities. Ratio is the quantitative relation between two different amountsshowing the number of times one value is contained within theot…her. To solve, you have to make each side of the ration equal,like an even scale. Adding further it is the value of relation between to numerical ornon-numerical figures, for e.g 10:12 is, 10 upon 12 ( Full Answer )

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ratios are maths way of say there are eg: 3 boys for 15 so there would be 18 people in the class The quantitative relation between two amounts showing the number oftimes one v…alue contains or is contained within the other..
A ratio is the quantitative relation between two amounts showingthe number of times one value contains or is contained within theother. ( Full Answer )

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A ratio is done simply by finding the quotient of the two values.For example the ratio of A to B = A / B. The ratio of B to A = B /A.

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In WW2 Homefront

Rationing was a form of delivering food and equipment to soldiers on the front. Rations were mostly packed in cans.

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In Investing and Financial Markets

Ratios simplified is base total number versus the control number it can be expressed as in four languages: fractions, percentages, verbals identity and or ratio identification… which is base to control numbered amount . Examples & Expressions Fraction - 1/4 1/4 invested amount goes into administrative fees Percentage - 25% The lowest level profit margin accepted preventing loss is 25% verbal identity - quarter Software engages registering quarter sales variance spikes to reveal trends Ratio - 1 in four expressed as 1:4 or per business it's 0.25 The control break-even is 1 to 4 in travel sales so out of 4 long distance sale call it takes 1 loss to break even. Usually in business it's simplified more to 0.25 as the examples all given in a fraction of 1 over 4 you divide the 1 by four and get the set decimal listing. The 1 expresses the control result and the bottom number the total attempts or options. Such as example expressions how many failed long-distant sales 1 is calls per expense may affect profits margin, break even or complete losses by variance of achieved sales. This is used also to track in accounting an acid test ratio see if a business is failing and other avenues tracking quickly visualization changes are negative or positive depending what the selected control number is applied towards total base number from which the control number is derived. ( Full Answer )

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In Algebra

the answer on how to do a ratio problem is the relationship in quantity,amount,or size between two or more things.

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There are two kinds of ratios. One is the ratio of a circle, which is half the circle's diameter, (which is the length of the circle across), which can be used to find the cir…cles area. (the ratio squared multiplied by pi). The other ratio is something that looks like this 1:2 which work similar to fractions. Such as, for every one ____ there are two ___. ( Full Answer )

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A ratio says how much of one thing there is compared to another thing. There are 3 blue squares to 1 yellow square Ratios can be shown in different ways: Using the ":" to sep…arate the values: 3 : 1 Instead of the ":" you can use the word "to": 3 to 1 Or write it like a fraction: 3 1 A ratio can be scaled up: Here the ratio is also 3 blue squares to 1 yellow square, even though there are more squares. ( Full Answer )

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The definition for the word ratio is "the quantitative relationbetween two amounts showing the number of times one value containsor is contained within the other."