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Math and Arithmetic

# What numbers are the means of the proportion shown below?

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###### Asked in Percentages, Fractions, and Decimal Values

### How do you translate a percent into a proportion?

Take the amount shown by the percentage as the left number in
the proportion. 100 minus that amount is the right number in the
proportion. This can then be simplified by identifying any common
factors in the two numbers. For instance 40% would be written down
as 40:60. This could then be simplified to 2:3.

###### Asked in The Difference Between

### What is the difference between Autocomplete and autosuggest?

when you type some thing in textbox and below the similar words
are shown which mached the word you typed,this is known as
autosuggest.e.g
if you type word 'pak'
and below pakistan is shown.
Similarly if you type some thing in text box and it
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###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Calculus

### How do you solve a proportion if a variable is missing?

You can look at the ratio that is given to you for example in
geometry... It is used to compare two ratios or make equivalent
fractions. Use the ratio and make that the denominator of the
proportion and cross multiply.
A proportion will help you solve problems like the one below.
Jane has a box of apples and oranges in the ratio of 2:3. If
she has six apples, how many oranges does she have?
Before we begin to set up proportions for a word problem, we
will concentrate on solving proportions. Remember, a proportion is
a comparison between two ratios. The proportion shown below
compares two ratios which are in the fraction form. 1 x - = - 2
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###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Irrational Numbers

### What do you mean by countably infinite and infinite?

Countably infinite means you can set up a one-to-one
correspondence between the set in question and the set of natural
numbers. It can be shown that no such relationship can be
established between the set of real numbers and the natural
numbers, thus the set of real numbers is not "countable", but it is
infinite.