# How To Find Equivalent Ratios?

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## What is an equivalent ratio?

Equivalent ratios (which are, in effect, equivalent fractions) are two ratios that express the same relationship between numbers. We can create equivalent ratios by multiplying or dividing both the numerator and denominator of a given ratio by the same number.

## What are two ways to find an equivalent ratio for 10 25?

410 is equivalent to 1025 because 4 x 25 = 10 x 10 = 100. 615 is equivalent to 1025 because 6 x 25 = 15 x 10 = 150. 820 is equivalent to 1025 because 8 x 25 = 20 x 10 = 200.

## How do you find the missing number in equivalent ratios?

Finding missing numbers in equivalent ratios –

## What is the ratio of 4 to 9?

Ratio 4:9 is also 49 . This ratio is in reduced form (no whole can be divided into both evenly). Etc.

## What is the equivalent ratio of 2 5?

Fractions equivalent to 2/5 are 4/10, 6/15, 8/20, 10/25,

## What is the ratio of 3 to 2?

A ratio compares two numbers using a fraction. Ratios can be written three different ways: (1) 2 to 3 (2) 2:3 (3) 2/3 They all mean the same thing. Pretend I have a class of 25 students: 10 students are boys and 15 are girls. I can compare number of boys to girls using the ratio 10/15 (or ; or 10 to 15).

## What is the equivalent ratio of 2 3?

The ratio 2 : 3 is the same as the ratio of 6 : 15. 2.) This is an example of scaling down by a scale factor of 5. The ratio 8 to 11 is the same as the ratio 40 : 55.

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## What is equivalent to 4/5 as a fraction?

Decimal and Fraction Conversion

Fraction Equivalent Fractions
4/5 8/10 16/20
1/6 2/12 4/24
5/6 10/12 20/24
1/7 2/14 4/28

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## How do you find an unknown ratio?

Ratios : Finding Unknowns –

## How do you find the ratio of three numbers?

To calculate a ratio of 3 numbers, we follow 3 steps:

• Step 1: Find the total number of parts in the ratio by adding the numbers in the ratio together.
• Step 2: Find the value of each part in the ratio by dividing the given amount by the total number of parts.
• Step 3: Multiply the original ratio by the value of each part.

## How do you solve a ratio table?

Using Ratio Tables –