Contents

- 1 How can you use scaling or equivalent ratios?
- 2 How are equivalent ratios used in real life?
- 3 What strategies can you use to determine equivalent ratios?
- 4 What is an example of equivalent ratios?
- 5 What is ratio and proportion examples?
- 6 Why do we use ratio?
- 7 What is the ratio method?
- 8 Which of these is equivalent to a ratio of 12 20?
- 9 What are 3 ratios that are equivalent to 7 6?
- 10 What is the ratio equivalent to 3 7?
- 11 What is the ratio of 2 to 4?
- 12 What are the first and last numbers in a proportion?
- 13 What is the ratio 8 to 2 equivalent to?

## How can you use scaling or equivalent ratios?

❖ Multiplying or dividing two related quantities by the same number is called scaling. ❖ Sometimes, when creating equivalent ratios, you need to scale back (divide) and then scale forward (multiply) to find the equivalent ratio.

## How are equivalent ratios used in real life?

Outside of math class, it is easy to recognize ratios in the real world. Common examples include comparing prices per ounce while grocery shopping, calculating the proper amounts for ingredients in recipes and determining how long car trip might take. Other essential ratios include pi and phi (the golden ratio).

## What strategies can you use to determine equivalent ratios?

By multiplying each ratio by the second number of the other ratio, you can determine if they are equivalent. Multiply both numbers in the first ratio by the second number of the second ratio. For example, if the ratios are 3:5 and 9:15, multiply 3 by 15 and 5 by 15 to get 45:75.

## What is an example of equivalent ratios?

In fact, they’re called equivalent ratios, which are ratios that express the same relationship between two numbers. The ratios 60/1 and 120/2 are equivalent because the relationship between the two parts of the ratios didn’t change. According to the ratio 60/1, you travel 60 miles for every hour you drive.

## What is ratio and proportion examples?

A ratio is an ordered pair of numbers a and b, written a / b where b does not equal 0. A proportion is an equation in which two ratios are set equal to each other. For example, if there is 1 boy and 3 girls you could write the ratio as: 1: 3 (for every one boy there are 3 girls)

## Why do we use ratio?

Ratios are used to compare values. They tell us how much of one thing there is compared to another. For example, ratios can be used to compare the number of girl puppies to boy puppies that were born.

## What is the ratio method?

Ratio Method means that ICE Futures Europe will determine and disclose the adjustment ratio if known or the equation necessary to calculate the ratio. The adjustment ratio will be rounded, using normal mathematical rounding conventions, to five decimal places.

## Which of these is equivalent to a ratio of 12 20?

So 12: 20 is equal to 3: 5 and 6: 10.

## What are 3 ratios that are equivalent to 7 6?

Answer: 14: 12, 21: 18 and 28: 24.

## What is the ratio equivalent to 3 7?

two equivalent ratios for 3:7 are; 3:7 can also be written as 3/7. therefore 6:14is an equivalent ratio for 3/4. Therefore 9:21 is another equivalent ratio for 3/7.

## What is the ratio of 2 to 4?

Note that the ratio 2 to 4 is said to be equivalent to the ratio 1 to 2, that is 2:4 = 1:2. Note also that a fraction is a number that stands for “part of something”, so although this ratio can be expressed as a fraction, in this case it does NOT represent “part of something”.

## What are the first and last numbers in a proportion?

The first and last terms of a proportion are called extremes. It was named so because the word ‘extremes’ is derived from a latin word meaning outermost. On the other hand, the terms inside the proportion are called means because the latin word where ‘means’ originated means middle.

## What is the ratio 8 to 2 equivalent to?

Step-by-step explanation: 8 to 2 can be reduced to 4, so to have a ratio equivalent, it must be able to be reduced to 4 also. An example would include, 16 to 4.