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Do you reduce proportions

Updated: 9/15/2023
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I would say yes. For example, 10:1 is so much easier (when one number is a 'one') to read than 100:10 or 20:2. Exceptions will be perhaps 5:3 is easier to read than 1.666666666666:1. If the question requires a certain syntax, then it should say so.

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