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## Definition:

In mathematics, a ratio indicates how many times one number contains another. In other term, it simply shows the relative sizes of two or more values.

## Summary:

**RATIO**

- It says how much of one thing there is compared to another thing
- It is a comparison of two similar quantities obtained by dividing one quantity by the other

**REMEMBER!**

We use the word “to”–we say “the ratio of something to something else.” Ratios can be written in several different ways: as a fraction, using the word “to”, or with a colon.

**EQUAL RATIO**

- To find an equal ratio, you can either multiply or divide each term in the ratio by the same number (but not zero).
- For example, if we divide both terms in the ratio 3:6 by the number three, then we get the equal ratio, 1:2.

- To find out if two ratios are equal, you can divide the first number by the second for each ratio. If the quotients are equal, then the ratios are equal.
- Is the ratio 3:12 equal to the ratio 36:72? Divide both, and you discover that the quotients are not equal. Therefore, these two ratios are not equal.

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